Michael Irvin joined Mad Radio and they broke down the Texans-Colts Thursday night game and what went wrong for Houston, his thoughts on the performance of Ryan Fitzpatrick, Hopkins effort on the final fumble, the Texans slow starts and JJ Watt.
J.J. Watt is on another world. He is widely referred to as the best defensive player in the league, he is the highest paid, and could be the best player in football. While it might seem like there is nothing he can’t do, we did some hard core investigative reporting to find out six things J.J. Watt can’t do.
The Colts went up 24-0 in the first quarter this Week 6 Thursday Night Football matchup. Could’ve been another blowout, but the Texans made of game of it.
Former Texans Head Coach Wade Phillips joined Nick and Lopez to break down the Texans loss to division foe’s the Colts.
Could JJ Watt be a two way player?
In his team’s 33-28 to the Indianapolis Colts Thursday night, Texans head coach Bill O’Brien saw his team fall behind 24-0 after the game’s first 15 minutes. “I believe the team was ready to play,” […]
Four days after losing an overtime game to the Cowboys, J.J. Watt and the Texans found themselves on the short-end again in a 33-28 loss to the Colts. For the first time all year, the […]
Steve Wyche from NFL Network joined Mad Radio and they talked about the playoff chances for the Houston Texans, the greatness of JJ Watt, the workload of Arian Foster, the big amount of visiting fans at Jerry World and will there be more competitive Thursday night games?
Things you think, or you think ancient people thought, about the Blood Moon. Nick suspects he’s been plagiarized by 610’s own website. John McClain on whether the Texans may make a change at QB. John […]
The Cowboys were a JJ Watt finger nail from possibly not winning Sunday’s tilt with the Dallas Cowboys. Watt had beat Cowboys’ left tackle Tyron Smith and had Tony Romo lined up for a big […]