Houston Texans fans, the city and organization has suffered through years of mediocrity but this 2013 season was one beyond .500, it was beyond eeking into the playoffs and only sliding by the Bengals again, this league-worst 2-11 season has been a colossal embarrassing mess.
John McClain joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about the changes that will happen in the off season for the Texans, a preview of the Thursday night game versus the Jaguars, draft order scenarios for Houston and who are the potential selections for the Texans.
John McClain joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about possible quarterback options in the draft for the Texans, what is going to happen to the Texans coaching staff and front office and their NFL power rankings
Forget firing Gary Kubiak. Let’s embrace his mediocrity the next five games.
Our old friend Hub Arkush joined MaD Radio to discuss the dismal state of the Texans’ season including if Gary Kubiak or GM Rick Smith should be here for the 2014 season.
Mike Florio of Profootballtalk.com joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about Ed Reed going to the Jets, can you fire Kubiak and not Rick Smith, do the Texans give Kubiak another season and a Chiefs/Broncos preview.
Bill Barnwell from Grantland joins MaD Radio to discuss the surprising downfall of the Texans. How much of it is do to the salary cap situation and some questionable moves by Rick Smith? Is Ed Reed just another bad contract or is he a blip on an otherwise outstanding record?
Ian Rapoport from the NFL Network joins MaD Radio to talk about where the Texans are as a franchise. They have cut their star free agent signing, gone on a seven game losing streak, and could be replacing large pieces of a team that thought they were a Superbowl contender.
John McClain joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about the release of Ed Reed, where will Reed end up, reports of over playing the starters, how much blame goes to Gary Kubiak, Rick Smith or Bob McNair.
Sam Montgomery’s Texans career hasn’t gone as planned.