Dear Houston Texans rookies, I welcome you to the great city of Houston. It is the fourth largest city in the United States, and the place that some of you will call home for the […]
This week Seth Payne takes you into the world of the athletes that might not have been thought to rise as high as they did for being so short. From basketball stars like Spud Webb […]
Take heart in the fact that there is still a plethora of sports in which we Americans only take note when things are going well. They are sports in which it is still okay for us to lose. I list them for you in the video above. If we have an American champion in one of these sports, we delight in his or her success. Once that champion fades, however, we barely acknowledge that the sport exists.
On Monday, P-Diddy was arrested for allegedly attacking a strength coach and intern at UCLA’s football weight room. The report says he swung a kettlebell at an intern after attacking the Bruins strength coach. So […]
These are my favorite 2014 Houston sports moments that I tweeted about at the time. Not the best moments, not the most memorable moments, but my favorite Houston sports moments that I tweeted about at […]
In this episode of Deceptively Fast University, Seth Payne shows you why the Texans were getting beat consistently and tells you what they’ll have to do to stop the Raiders from doing the same thing.
Seth Payne takes you through how J.J. Watt will look playing in a new defense under Romeo Crennel and why it actually wont look that different.
The fourth preseason game. For many young players, this is where experience and pressure combine to produce their best results. For others, it’s where they flame out. Here are the challenges some of these young guys will face Thursday vs. San Francisco.
In the first ever Deceptively Fast podcast, I catch up with my former teammate (as well as Andre Johnson’s former teammate) Drew Hodgdon. We discuss Andre’s discontent, Clowney’s transition to outside linebacker, the other draft picks, and the […]
I’ve asked a few former NFL players to give their opinions on some of this year’s prospects. I call them my Stable of Bros, and you will read them because I’ll go Incognito on you if you don’t. Also, I figure they’ll have a slightly different perspective. Cool, right?