Gameday Central will keep you up to date with everything you need to know before, during, and after the Texans season opener.
The Texans had a 3-1 preseason and had some good position battles, highlighted by an interesting back up QB battle between T.J. Yates and Case Keenum. This is Week 1 of the regular season and […]
Michael Gehlken, beat writer for the San Diego Union Tribune, joined Patrick Creighton and Travis Johnson to talk about the San Diego Chargers. He talked about how Philip Rivers has a knack for being where he needs to be as quarterback. Gehlken discussed the lack of use of Manti Teo and that he will likely not play in the opener. He discussed other guys to watch for in the opener against the Texans.
Kevin Acee joins MaD Radio to discuss the Texans vs Chargers match up. He updates us on Manti Te’o and if he will be healthy enough to play against the Texans, what the offensive line could be for the Chargers, as well as the impact of new Head Coach Mike McCoy.
Finally in the NFL, Manti Te’o is looking to give football fans everywhere reasons to forget about his fake girlfriend scandal. His performance with the San Diego Chargers may be just the thing to jolt his name back to football relevance.
Michael Gelken, San Diego Tribune, joined the Fred & Ted Show for the first installment of Know Your Foe to talk about the Chargers and the first game of the football season where they’ll meet up with the Texans.
Perhaps the following story can be filed under the “huh?” file, but nevertheless, it is real and not a figment of anyone’s imagination.
A production company owned by television psychologist Dr. Phil has filed a federal lawsuit in Texas claiming improper use of an interview he conducted with the man who perpetrated a hoax on former Notre Dame football star Manti Te’o.
John McClain joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about Vince Young’s pro day in Austin and would he be good competition for Matt Schaub, the Texans hiring a special teams assistant and where the Texans should go in the first round.
Antonio Smith’s take on Teo.