Alshon Jeffery Will Give The Texans Defense It's First Test"His ability to make contested catches and attack the ball with his hands, just a natural catcher, real big body, tough to get around guys like that and make plays," Kevin Johnson said of Jeffery's game.
Texans Defense Relentless Again With 5 Takeaways In Win Over ArizonaThe Texans forced another handful of turnovers against the Cardinals, reinforcing a strength of this defense in a 3-0 preseason start.
Kevin Johnson Looking Forward To Playing Another Team This WeekTexans cornerback Kevin Johnon joined In The Loop and they talked about coming back from injury, having two great mentors in Joseph and Jackson, AJ Bouye's improvement this summer and JJ Watt ribbing him.
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 Ten Years Of Rick Smith: By The Number Years One-SevenA quick look at the 10 Years of Rick Smith up to this point with links to all the previous posts
Mike Meltser Fields Texans Draft QuestionsMike Meltser fields and answers questions on Twitter about the Houston Texans and the NFL Draft
The Ten Years of Rick Smith: Year FiveOne of the years where Smith had a really bad draft and more is examined in the Year 5 look
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.
Jackson Yields Immediate Impact in Return to Texans DefenseThe Texans saw the return of one of their veterans who made an immediate impact on the defense
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.
Hoyer and Jackson Return to Practice Ahead of Saints GameThe Texans get a veteran defensive back and their starting quarterback at practice after both missed with injuries last week.
Injury Report: First-Place Texans Have Major Injury Concerns For Week 11Houston Texans starting quarterback Brian Hoyer is definitely out this weekend as he recovers from a concussion suffered in Monday night's win over Cincinnati, while No. 1 wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins missed workouts all week with a knee problem. Hopkins says he will play, but he's officially questionable for Sunday's game against the New York Jets at home. Without these two offensive cogs at 100 percent, the Texans defense once again may have to carry the team.