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Texans’ Long Journey Not Over Yet

The Houston Texans are the 2011 AFC South Division Champions after an incredible come from behind 20-19 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday afternoon.


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Texans Clinch Franchises’ First Playoff Berth With Win Over Bengals

But the Texans had to do it the hard way, coming back from behind on the road and defeating the Cincinnati Bengals 20-19 when rookie quarterback T.J. Yates fired a six-yard touchdown pass to receiver Kevin Walter.


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Texans Playing Like A Team That Can’t Be Beat … In The AFC

After a few uncertain weeks, the Texans are beginning to round into a team that won’t take a backseat to any AFC opponent.


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Texans Key Injuries Could Prove Beneficial

The Houston Texans have been cursed this season when it comes to injuries.


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Texans Starters Against Tennessee

Make a note of today’s starters against the Titans.


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Walter: “We Will All Step Up On Sunday”

Texans WR, Kevin Walter, reminds us all we can still win without AJ.

SportsRadio 610–10/06/2011

Texans Taking Cautious Approach With Running Back Arian Foster

Still trying to find the right balance between preparation and rest, the Texans had running back Arian Foster working out Wednesday but did not allow him to practice with the team. The Texans are taking […]


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Foster, Walter Sighting On Practice Field

During the first practice of the week, on Wednesday, two familiar faces returned to the Texans practice field at the Methodist Training Center.

SportsRadio 610–09/21/2011

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Texans Starters Against Dolphins

See who’s filling in for the injured Texans starters.


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Jacoby Jones Ready For Next Level

It’s become a familiar site each day at the Texans practice facility, fifth-year receiver Jacoby Jones arriving early and staying late to his hone his craft.