Chris Myers caught up with Brian Cushing after practice to discuss the Broncos coming to town on Saturday and the excitement of seeing former coaches and teammates. They also talked about Tuesday’s Hard Knocks revelation […]
Tonight the B-Straw & Pauly G Show Road Trip traveled to Baltimore to talk to Jeremy Conn, 105.7 The Fan. Conn said that everyone is “intrigued” with Gary Kubiak so far and that the offense is looking good so far there. He thinks the Ravens have made a lot of improvements to the offensive that should help revamp the line. He says that Cincinnati is a team to look out for and that it would surprise him if the Browns do that much. He says the Ravens fans either love or hate Joe Flacco, there is no middle ground on him. Conn also touched on that a lot of people are optimistic about Kevin Durant possibly coming to the area but he isn’t buying it.
The past year saw ups and downs across the board for Houston sports. The Texans, Rockets and Dynamo all saw the playoffs this year. The Astros saw the cellar for most of the year and Aeros are now in Iowa. With so many things happening here is our list of the top ten sports stories from 2013.
Kerry Byrne, Cold Hard Football Facts, joined The Fred & Ted Show to discuss why he names the Texans as the dumbest team in football. He discussed how coaching impacts how smart or dumb a team is rated. Byrne speculated who might step up as the next head coach for the Texans. On the bright side Byrne says the Texans have the hottest cheerleaders.
If you had told someone at the start of the year that the Houston Texans would be suffering from an 11-game losing streak beginning after week two of the season, they probably would have laughed in your face.
After losing eleven straight games, Gary Kubiak has been fired.
HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) Texans cornerback Kareem Jackson told reporters after Friday’s practice that he will play in Sunday’s game against the AFC East leading New England Patriots. Head Coach Gary Kubiak confirmed Jackson’s comments in […]
Gary Kubiak announced Wednesday JJ Watt missed practice with a sore back.
How the Texans’ head coach alienated a promising young quarterback, the best player in franchise history, and an entire city.
Houston (CBS Houston) – It’s funny how quickly expectations can change in the NFL. Going into the 2013 season, the Texans were the odds on favorite to win the AFC South. Getting to the playoffs […]