Former Texans quarterback Sage Rosenfels joined Mad Radio and they talked about the difference between Bill O’Brien’s offense and Gary Kubiak’s, his second career in the media as well as his thoughts on Ryan Fitzpatrick and Andre Johnson’s holdout.
HOUSTON (CBS Houston): The 2014 season is still 4 months away, but it’s already very clear. The Texans are going to be a very physical football team. Forget any semblance of the finesse team the […]
Vinny Cerrato from 105.7 “The Fan” joins Brien and Paul to talk about former Texans head coach, Gary Kubiak and how well he will fit in as the new offensive coordinator of the Baltimore Ravens. Vinny predicts that Coach Kubiak’s offense will improve QB Joe Flacco’s skills on the field and his mental preparation in the film-room. In Vinny’s opinion, Joe Flacco and the rest of the Ravens team is making too many poor excuses for their performance last year.
John McClain joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about the new assistant coaches coming to the Texans, did JJ Watt influence Biil Kollar being retained, will the tight end position change players for next year, Gary Kubiak potentially going to the Detroit Lions, the selection process for selecting a quarterback with the first pick in the draft.
Houston (CBS Houston)– As the Houston Texans’ 2013 season comes to an end, SportsRadio 610 looks ahead as to who the Texans should consider as their new head coach. John Lopez: Wants coach to be […]
The Texans prospects of slowing down Peyton Manning just got a lot worse.
Bob Allen joined MaD Radio to have a little fun but in the process confirmed what many have believed, that the Texans had a chance to sign Manning. Find out what happened here (it is in the middle of the audio).
While many people are preparing for the joys of the holiday season, a good number of current NFL head coaches are dreading the worst day of the year in their profession: Black Monday.
With Wade Phillips at the helm, the Texans were unable to avoid their 12th straight loss.
For a season that can’t end soon enough for the Houston Texans, the road winds through Indianapolis this Sunday and a meeting with the AFC South champion Colts.