Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt was frustrated after the 23-20 loss to the Seattle Seahawks in overtime Sunday.
Gil Kuta, CBS Sports in Baltimore, joined The Fred & Ted Show to discuss the up coming Texans versus Ravens game this Sunday. He talked about the likelihood that Ed Reed and Ray Rice would play in this week’s game where the rule should be if they aren’t ready to go then they shouldn’t play. He commented on the transition in leadership in the Baltimore defense after losing several of their leaders last year. Kuta said that the Ravens can only win by shutting J.J. Watt down, confusing Matt Schaub and having an effective offense.
Rookie Chance Warmack got his first taste of J.J. Watt last weekend. Most who play against Watt come away in awe of his talent, but not Warmack.
Texans enter week 2 with the Titans coming off an epic comeback win against the Chargers. The team came back in the 2nd half of the game from 21 points down to win 31-28, coming […]
Dr. Kenneth First joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about the latest injury news around the Texans including Ed Reed, JJ Watt, Brice McCain, Wade Smith and Owen Daniels as well as the Patriots injury woes and RGIII coming off knee surgery is rusty in game one.
Josh Lewin joins MaD Radio to discuss what should the Texans expect from the Chargers? Is Phillip Rivers the right guy for the Chargers? Can they find a way to stop JJ Watt (hint the answer starts with an “n”)?
The Texans had a 3-1 preseason and had some good position battles, highlighted by an interesting back up QB battle between T.J. Yates and Case Keenum. This is Week 1 of the regular season and […]
Michael Gehlken from the San Diego Union Tribune joined the Average Pro Show here on SportsRadio 610 to talk about the Monday Night Football game between the Texans and Chargers, possible issues with the Chargers […]
The Texans went through their final preparations for San Diego on Saturday. Here’s everything you need to know from Reliant.
Hank Bauer, color analyst for the Chargers, joined The Fred & Ted Show to talk about the Chargers playing the Texans on Monday. He said not to count the Chargers out of the game because you never know what will happen. The match up to watch for in the game definitely comes down to Watt versus Fluker on the field. Bauer talked about how the offense’s goal is going to be to run the football and get it down the field. He thinks the Chargers can only make the playoffs if they keep all their starters healthy.