Clark Judge

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Chris Carter Says Things For Shock Value

Friend of the show Clark Judge of joins MaD Radio. We talk about the Texans addition of John Beck, and Jacoby Jones signing with Baltimore.


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Andrew Luck Is The Best QB Since Elway In 1983

Clark Judge of joins MaD Radio. We talk about the Bountygate and the NFL draft.


Texans defensive end Mario Williams (credit: Bob Levey/Getty Images)

Mario Has To Be Franchised

Clark Judge of joins Mad Radio. We talk about the combine and the Texans pending free agents.


Texans rookie defensive end J.J. Watt celebrates after a play against the Ravens. (credit: Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

Texans Favorites In AFC In 2012

NFL Columnist for CBSSports Clark Judge joins MaD Radio. We talk about the Texans prospects for 2012 and this weekends playoff games.


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Luck Closest To A Sure Thing Since Peyton Manning

Clark Judge from CBSSports.comtalked about his thoughts on the Texans and the other potential playoff teams in the AFC, Tim Tebow, The Philadelphia Eagles and Phillip Rivers.


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Saints Are Huge Challenge For Texans Defense

Clark Judge from CBS Sports previewed the Texans/Saints game, Tony Romo’s injury, Cam Newton, Mike Vick and a look at Buffalo/New England

SportsRadio 610–09/23/2011

Houston Texans v Denver Broncos

Clark Judge: “This Is The Year For The Texans”

Clark Judge, the NFL columnist for, explains why he predicted the Texans to beat the Steelers in the playoffs and Gary Kubiak to win the Coach of the Year award.


Oakland Raiders v San Francisco 49ers

Nnamdi May Be Headed To New York

Clark Judge of CBS joins Marc and John to keep us updated on all of the breaking free agency news.

SportsRadio 610–07/27/2011

Jacksonville Jaguars v Houston Texans

Texans WILL Be Playoff Bound This Year

Clark Judge, the Senior NFL Writer for, explains his article in which he proclaims the Texans are playoff bound this year and how soon the NFL lockout could end.