Since we are upon our great day of gratitude, a pretext for gorging on poultry and then taking our swollen torsos to the nearest television for some football, let’s look to sports for reasons to give thanks.
The Texans head had no information about the two after Foster missed Sunday’s game and Lechler was banged up.
After a rough outing against the Giants, the Texans are looking for ways to bounce back from their struggles on offense.
Paul Gallant breaks down the Texans’ 30-17 loss to the Giants.
Paul Dottino of WFAN in New York joined Patrick Creighton and Cody Stoots saturday monring to talk about the keys to the Texans beating the Giants, surprisingly he says JJ Watt has nothing to do […]
Irvin thinks the Giants could be one of the worst teams in the NFL
Marc Malusis, WFAN New York, joined The B-Straw & Pauly G Show to give some insight into the Giants for this week’s match with the Texans. He discussed a lot of the issues that the Giants are having and the fact that they are very much a work in progress. He says Eli Manning has been hesitant and shown a lack of confidence in his own footwork. He believes if the Giants make the same mistakes as their last game, the Texans will beat them.
The Texans’ head coach discussed trap games, Arian Foster’s workload, J.J. Watt and injury reports at his press conference today.
Mike Meltser gives his thoughts on the Texans’ 2014 slate of games
Brien and Paul pack for a chance of snow as they head up to New York for their first guest on tonight’s road trip. Joining the show from New York City is John Jastremski from “JJ After Dark” on WFAN. John talks about how much former Titan running back Chris Johnson will help the Jets’ struggling offense. John believes that Johnson can still produce and will join the bundle of offensive weapons that were signed by the Jets in this past off-season. The boys head south to warmer climate in Atlanta, where they are joined by Dan Mathews from Football.com. Dan gives an update on Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray’s highly anticipated pro-day.