Both Patriots Nation and Broncos Country are looking forward to Brady/Manning XV. The rest of the planet will probably enjoy the game, too.
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.
For a team that is struggling, nothing like a meeting with an opponent that is currently leading your division. Welcome to the world of the Houston Texans.
Just when you thought things could not get worse for the Houston Texans…. they did. A 38-13 pasting at home Sunday versus the St. Louis Rams has left a team some thought could contend for a Super Bowl barely able to feel its playoff life after six weeks.
After what amounted to essentially a dismantling this past Sunday at the hands of the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens (30-9) on the road, the Houston Texans look to rebound Sunday against the visiting Seattle Seahawks.
After struggling to put away a Tennessee team that is not expected to do much this season, the Houston Texans (2-0) take their show on the road this coming Sunday, meeting the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens.
Following a wild rally Monday evening in San Diego, the Houston Texans look to keep their momentum going Sunday when they play host to the Tennessee Titans in an AFC South meeting.
The San Diego Chargers are coming off of one of their worst-played seasons in a long time, and they have hopes that 2013 is going to be different. Sadly, it probably won’t start out any better than last year because they just don’t have the talent to keep up with the Houston Texans.