CBS Sports' Phil Simms Looks At TNF, Other Big AFC Week 2 Match-UpsPhil Simms, CBS Sports analyst and ex-NFL quarterback, breaks down Week 2 games, starting with Jets-Bills on Thursday Night Football.
Thursday Night Breakdown: Jets May Have Far Too Much For Bills To HandleAFC East divisional rivals clash to open Week 2 in the NFL on Thursday Night.
Is Rex Ryan Making The Buffalo Bills Better Or Worse?Will Rex Ryan's act wear thin in Buffalo? It will if the Bills' defense, which faltered last season under his watch, doesn't improve.
Hammond: So What If Watt Gambles? He Makes It Worth ItLeSean McCoy says he won't shake Chip Kelly's hand. J.J. Watt is criticized for taking too many chances. Jerry Jones publicly questions Jason Garrett's coaching. Astros land closer Ken Giles in trade with Phillies.
Hammond: After Early Season Issues, Texans Out Of CushionTexans lose to Bills. Eagles beat Patriots. Browns name Johnny Manziel starter.
Seth Payne's Texans Vs. Bills Game PrepEvery week Mike Meltser and I host the pre-game show for the Texans game on Sportsradio 610 AM irn Houston. You can tune in today at 9 a.m. In preparation for the show, I pull tidbits from a slew of articles and posts. I offer you a sampling from that slew.
Injury Report: First-Place Texans Head To Buffalo With Healthy RosterThe official team website for the Houston Texans lists 13 players as probable for Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills on the road. That's not too surprising. What is shocking, however, is that there are no players listed as questionable, doubtful or out for this game. The first-place Texans are as healthy as can be heading into Week 13 of the 2015 NFL regular season, and that's extremely fortuitous as Houston attempts to win its first AFC South Division title since 2011.
Hammond: O'Brien Gives Texans Big Edge Over Bills, RexHow the Packers beat the Lions. Why the Texans will beat the Bills. Why James Harden should ask to play fewer minutes.
Texans Defense To Face Challenge In Bills Many WeaponsA lot of discussion regarding Sunday's game between the Texans and Bills has centered on the speed the Bills possess on offense. While the Texans defense adjusts from week-to-week, it won't be intimidated by the Bills speed.
Have the Bills Had Enough Of Mario Williams?Chris "Bulldog" Parker of WGR sportsradio in Buffalo joined Mad Radio and they talked about the Buffalo Bills heading into their game with the Texans this Sunday.
How Long Can The Texans Defense Keep This Up?Over the last four games, no defense in the NFL has been as good as the one in Houston. The Texans have won four straight behind a defense that has given up just nine points per game and just 250 yards per game.
DeAndre Hopkins And Sammy Watkins Both Weapons To Be FearedThe two standouts from Clemson bond has grown as the two have become talents to be concerned about.