Start Em/Sit Em Fantasy Advice For Week 7Fantasy football start em/sit em advice for Week 7 with a Houston Texans focus.
Texans Happy Brown Is Back At PracticeTo have the respect of the teammates in your locker room means a lot. Duane Brown, who practiced Monday for the first time since tearing his quad in week 17 of the 2015 regular season, has that respect ten times over.
Bill O'Brien Slept At NRG Stadium Sunday NightWith the Texans playing the Patriots on the road Thursday, Bill O'Brien and company are spending as much time as possible in preparation
Johnathan Joseph's Interception Signals Preseason FocusJohnathan Joseph didn't play during the preseason in 2015, and it may have contributed to a slow regular-season start. He continued making the most of his 2016 preseason, picking off Drew Brees in Houston's 16-9 win.
O'Brien Won't Hesitate To Put Star Players On Special TeamsWhen asked about his Jadeveon Clowney's side work on special teams, head coach Bill O’Brien didn’t hesitate to say that he's willing to put his star players out on the field for those plays.
The Best of The Triple Threat 07-07-2016The Best of The Triple Threat, from Thursday 07-07-2016
Texans Defense Rolling Going Into Wildcard WeekendThe Texans defense is playing it's best football heading into their matchup with the Chiefs.
After Loss, Texans "On To New England"The Texans know they have to move on - and quickly - after a 30 - 21 loss to the Bills Sunday.
Injury Report: First-Place Texans Head To Buffalo With Healthy RosterThe official team website for the Houston Texans lists 13 players as probable for Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills on the road. That's not too surprising. What is shocking, however, is that there are no players listed as questionable, doubtful or out for this game. The first-place Texans are as healthy as can be heading into Week 13 of the 2015 NFL regular season, and that's extremely fortuitous as Houston attempts to win its first AFC South Division title since 2011.
Injury Report: Texans Getting Healthier At Perfect TimeSitting in first place atop the AFC South Division and riding a three-game winning streak, the Houston Texans are getting healthy at just the right time in order to make a focused run over the six games at the NFL postseason. Maybe Houston can make this season special yet.
Studs And Duds: First-Place Texans Get Bye Week To Focus On Second HalfBelieve it or not, the Houston Texans are in first place with their 3-5 record. Perhaps that's just the motivation the team needs to use this bye week as a springboard to a better second half, now that two key issues have been determined (quarterback and running back).
Injury Report: Mallett Questionable, Foster Game-Time DecisionThe two key offensive positions for the 2015 Houston Texans are up in the air this weekend in terms of injury, prior to the team's road contest against the high-flying Atlanta Falcons.