World Series Or Bust For Houston AstrosThe Houston Astros are supposed to be here. Winners of the American League West. Favorites in the American League Division Series. The best offense in baseball. This is everything Sports Illustrated predicted would happen in 2017.
Biggest Difference Between James Harden and Russell WestbrookWhat James Harden does, and Russell Westbrook can't
Does Texans Bill O'Brien Need Tony Romo To Save His Job?How badly does Bill O'Brien need Tony Romo?
We're Talking PlayoffsIt's up to the Texans to give football fans something to watch during these playoffs.
Brady: Texans Defense Will Be ToughTom Brady and the Patriots expect a challenge against the Texans Defense.
Demps Leading Texans SecondaryQuintin Demps was named AFC Defensive Player of the Month.
Losing O'Brien Would Be Catastrophic For TexansThis past Sunday, Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer dropped a bomb when he suggested Texans coach Bill O’Brien could be this year’s surprise firing. When describing Houston’s front office, Glazer called the relationship between owner, general manager, and coach “just not a good fit.”
Positive Spin: 5 Reasons Brock Starting Is GoodLook, it isn't ideal. The Houston Texans are going into the playoffs with their ex-starting quarterback starting again because their ex-backup quarterback hurt his head and can't play. But it's not all doom and gloom for the Houston Texans. Brock Osweiler does bring some positives into the equation for the Texans as they face the Oakland Raiders on Saturday afternoon.
Hammond: Starting Brock Osweiler vs. Raiders The Texans Latest Gaffe At QBWhy is Brock starting in place of Savage, and not Weeden?
What's At Stake For The Texans In Week 17The Texans have a lot riding on Sunday despite already claiming the AFC South.
Inside The Numbers: Chiefs At TexansThe box score shows that the Chiefs scored 30 points on the Texans defense… but what the box score does not show is that the Texans Brian Cushing and Whitney Mercilus both had huge games and set Houston Texans playoff records in the process. Cushing led both teams with 13 tackles (nine of which were solo). He also recorded a pass deflection and an interception. The 13 tackles were a Texans’ playoff record. The previous record was held by J.J. Watt in the 2011 Division playoff game vs Baltimore.
Clowney Says He Never Left NRG, Wasn't Mad About Being InactiveThe Texans outside linebacker speaks out on the reports he was unhappy with team and left stadium