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How the Texans’ head coach alienated a promising young quarterback, the best player in franchise history, and an entire city.
Boomer Esiason joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they discussed the Ed Reed release and signing in New York, the progression of Case Keenum so far, who is the best team in the NFL and a preview of one of the top games this weekend Denver/Kansas City.
Mike Florio of Profootballtalk.com joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about Ed Reed going to the Jets, can you fire Kubiak and not Rick Smith, do the Texans give Kubiak another season and a Chiefs/Broncos preview.
Dr. Kenneth First joined In The Loop With Nick and Lopez and they talked about Arian Foster’s back surgery, the Ed Reed disaster, Peyton Manning and did Gary Kubiak come back too soon?
The story Tuesday was the abrupt news that the Texans had released future Hall of Famer Ed Reed.
With Joe Mays hampered by an oblique injury the Texans added some depth at linebacker on Wednesday.
Ian Rapoport from the NFL Network joins MaD Radio to talk about where the Texans are as a franchise. They have cut their star free agent signing, gone on a seven game losing streak, and could be replacing large pieces of a team that thought they were a Superbowl contender.
John McClain joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about the release of Ed Reed, where will Reed end up, reports of over playing the starters, how much blame goes to Gary Kubiak, Rick Smith or Bob McNair.
Can we all please relax? Can we all just take a deep breath? I get it, the Houston Texans are having a bad year. It happens, but can we please stop acting like this some […]
Ed Reed’s departure from the Texans was an unceremonious end to what was supposed to be a star studded tenure.