Houston (CBS Houston) – D.J. Swearinger may believe his time in Houston is coming to an end but as of right now the head coach and general manager of the Texans said the same thing: He’s […]
Houston (CBS Houston) – “This is an evaluation weekend.” Texans Head Coach Bill O’Brien knows the goal this weekend for his rookie mini-camp. He wants to find out if his players, who played football all their […]
Bill O’Brien is confident of the job he’ done in year one.
HOUSTON (CBS Houston): Number 99 was not seen on the field friday for the Texans final day of OTAs. J.J. Watt was held out of activities today due to a knee injury, according to Head […]
HOUSTON (CBS Houston): When asked about the offensive line, specifically Right Tackle, Texans Head Coach Bill O’Brien gave a very matter of fact answer. “Derek Newton is our starting Right Tackle.” In reality, O’Brien is […]
USA Today’s Nate Davis joined The B-Straw & Pauly G Show to discuss an article he wrote on NFL predictions for this season. He told the guys why he thinks the Texans can win nine games this coming season which included that he likes Coach O’Brien. Davis says that the Texans pre-season problems don’t have to mean they won’t do well this time around. He also gave more insight into how he thinks other teams around the league will fare this time around. He thinks that the Colts will come out on top in the AFC South. He also sees the Cowboys doing very poorly this season.
Case Keenum knows he must adapt to be successful under Bill O’Brien.
David James, Open Door Sports Consulting, joined The B-Straw and Pauly G Show to discuss who the Texans will draft. He said he saw it coming that the Texans would let Gary Kubiak go. James is not as high on Clowney as high on him as a lot of people. He thinks that O’Brien might be looking at more of a long term solution at quarterback. He thinks trading a later pick for Ryan Mallet or Kirk Cousins would be a bad move because the Texans have Fitzpatrick already.
Penn St. coach Bill O’Brien is reportedly closing in on deal to be the next Texans head coach.