Houston (CBS Houston) – The offseason is here for the Texans. Veterans and young players. Free agents and those under contracts. MVP candidates and part-time performers alike. It’s the offseason and the questions are numerous. Kareem […]
HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – The NFL named its 2015 Pro Bowl rosters on Tuesday evening. Arian Foster and J. J. Watt are on the invite list. DeAndre Hopkins, Duane Brown, and Chris Myers are listed […]
Houston (CBS Houston) – The Houston Texans remain alive in the their quest to make the playoffs as they beat the Baltimore Ravens today 25-13. The Texans defense stifled Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco from the start of […]
It was maybe the most unusual, if not admirable, piece of fan mail J.J. Watt had ever received. A seven-year-old’s football jersey, autographed by the sender himself, with a special message attached: Just so you […]
J.J. Watt is the undisputed AFC/NFL/World Defensive Player of the year. He’s so good I believe he won a Gold Glove Award for the Astros (HE DOESN’T EVEN PLAY BASEBALL!) But DPOY is not the award that people are wondering if he can win. It’s the MVP. The Most Valuable Player. The only award that is exactly the same in the NFL, MLB, & NBA. The NHL calls it a weird name (Hart Memorial Trophy), but they have one too.
A late divisional battle could see the Indianapolis Colts take the AFC South crown with two games still left to go, but the Houston Texans are fighting for a playoff spot and still need the win badly. Dan Fouts of CBS Sports took the time to talk on the big AFC match-up and what it means to both teams.
HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – Looking for that perfect sweater for the Christmas party this year, but don’t want to stop rooting on the Texans? Fresh Brewed Tees has you covered with the J.J. Watt Nutcracker […]
Paul Gallant recaps the Texans’ 27-13 victory over the Jaguars
As much as J.J. Watt is chasing an NFL MVP award, the Houston Texans are seeking a playoff berth. Neither the defensive end nor his teammates are shying away from the stakes, either. “We know what’s […]
As Texans defensive end J.J. Watt continues his assault on both the franchise and league record book, not to mention opposing quarterbacks, the conversation both in Houston and nationally has turned to whether or not Watt can become the first defensive player in 28 years to take home NFL MVP honors. Only twice in the 57-year history of the AP NFL MVP award has a defensive player been victorious: Giant’s linebacker Lawrence Taylor in 1986 and Viking’s defensive tackle Alan Page in 1971. That’s it.