For the second consecutive year, the Texans hit the road for the AFC divisional round against a team that was better than them. And they lost.
The Bengals offense is much like the Texans’. Andre Johnson is the team’s best weapon and Matt Schaub’s favorite target. A.J. Green plays the exact same role in Cincinnati’s offense.
Dr. Kenneth First joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about Jonathan Joseph’s hamstring and an update on the other Texans defensive backs injuries as well as some key injuries around the NFL.
Just over nine months ago, the Baltimore Ravens ended the Texans’ first ever playoff run. But do they still have the guns to take Houston down on Sunday? Identity Change Since the turn of the […]
HOUSTON (CBS Houston) – Texans coach Gary Kubiak has some tough decisions to make in several key areas as the preseason winds down and the regular season looms in two weeks. But nowhere will those […]
As far as Texans cornerback Kareem Jackson is concerned he doesn’t have any critics.
Some people in Houston have been so focused on Ray Rice that it can feel like he is the only offensive player that the Ravens have.
The Texans may have bigger concerns than their third-string rookie quarterback. While the quarterback position is the most important position on the field and the difference between Schaub and Yates is a drastic one this season has been all about the Texans defense.
The Houston Texans have locked up their first playoff berth, a home game in the playoffs, and a division title. They can not move from the No. 3 seed. However, this is an absolute must-win game.