Titans Rushing Attack Will Be Tough For The Texans To Stop"(Murray) is doing an excellent job," Bill O'Brien said. "He's running hard, he breaks tackles, he's got good vision, he's an excellent running back."
REPORT: Texans RB Jonathan Grimes Out With Cracked FibulaThe Houston Texans running back Jonathan Grimes will be out for possibly a month after reports that he has a cracked fibula in his leg.
Texans Will Fuller Taking A Lot Of Notes In Rookie SeasonDespite his first round status, Texans rookie wideout Will Fuller has been a bit of a surprise with his production through three games.
Hammond: Can The Texans Make The Playoffs Without JJ Watt?Can the Texans overcome JJ Watt's injury?
Start Em/Sit Em Fantasy Advice For Week 4Fantasy football start em/sit em advice for Week 4 with a Houston Texans focus.
Special Teams For The Texans Haven't Been Very Special"We just got to focus and improve on the little things that we can," Charles James said.
Daune Brown Say's "It's A Possibility" About A Return This Sunday"Feeling really good today, probably do a little more tomorrow and go from there," Duane Brown said.
Antonio Smith "Always Knew" He'd Be Back On The Texans"No replacement at all," Smith said of stepping in for Watt, "I'm just here to help the team out as best as I can."
Figuring Out Why J.J. Watt Hurt His Back AgainI took to Social Media on Tuesday Night and Wednesday after the news broke to see what kind of answers I could find to "Why Did J.J. Watt Hurt His Back Again?"
Texan Players React To Watt InjuryWith news of J.J. Watt being placed on injured reserve rippling through the Texans locker room, there have been two common themes from the players, disappointment that Watt is injured but that the next man has to step up.
Bill O'Brien: "You Can Never Replace The Best Player In The NFL"Texans head coach Bill O'Brien addressed the media Wednesday after practice. Before taking any questions O'Brien talked about the hardships of replacing such a dynamic player.
J.J. Watt Tweets Letter To The Fans; "This Won't Be Fun"J.J. Watt is likely out for the remainder of the 2016 season after aggravating his back during the New England Patriots game last Thursday.  On Wednesday the Houston Texans placed the three-time defensive player of the year was placed on the injured reserve list.  Watt then sent out a short letter on Twitter.

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