Brian Billick Very Impressed With Deshaun WatsonSuper Bowl champion coach and current NFL Network analyst Brian Billick joined In the Loop and they talked about the Texans and Deshaun Watson as well as the latest around the NFL.
Texans Injury Report Lengthy; Bouncing Back After Big Defensive LossesThe Houston Texans had eight players out of practice on Wednesday ahead of Sunday's match-up with the Cleveland Browns.
How Will The Latest Injury Effect JJ Watt's Future?Dr. Sabrina Strickland joined In the Loop and they talked about the injuries to JJ Watt and Whitney Mercilus
The Best of The Triple Threat 10-09-17The Best of The Triple Threat, from Monday 10-09-17
The Mad Radio Morning After Week 5 Vs Kansas City [AUDIO]Landry Locker of Mad Radio guides you through the best sound from the airwaves, the locker room and the podium the morning after the Texans game. This week Mike and Seth discuss the mistakes the front office made during the offseason, Mike Vrabel's performance as a defensive coordinator, Deshaun Watson's performance and the end of Whitney Mercilus and JJ Watt's seasons.
Texans Lose Watt, Mercilus, In Sunday Night Defeat To Chiefs
JJ Watt Wants To Temper Excitement In Texans Before Chiefs Game
Five Reasons The Texans Will Beat The TitansLandry Locker of Mad Radio gives five reasons why the Houston Texans will beat the Tennessee Titans Sunday night at NRG in Deshaun Watson's first career start in the state of Texas.
Watt Expects Team To Lock Arms For Anthem Again
Watt Appreciative of Brady and Belichick Donations Ahead of Sunday Vs PatsJJ Watt's crusade to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey was more impactful than he could have ever imagined.
The Best Of Mad Radio 9-15Today on Mad Radio: Reaction to the Texans 13-9 win in Cincinnati, Deshaun Watson's starting debut, the defensive performance, the continuing struggles of the offensive line, Seth's banter with listeners about JJ Watt's finger, Wade Smith's weekly visit, Worst Take of The Week and more.
[WATCH] J.J. Watt's Spear To End The Texans GameThe Houston Texans needed one more stop of the Cincinnati Bengals to end their 13-9 win Thursday Night. J.J. Watt provided that in the form of a perfect spear tackle of Bengals center Russell Bodine.