Texans Aware Of Rodgers And His WeaponsThe forecast for Sunday's game is calling for snow and near freezing conditions at Lambeau Field. The Texans will get a true test of the frozen tundra, but it's the weapons that the packers have offensively that provide their biggest concern.
Texans Have Seen Carr's Development Up CloseThe Texans saw Derek Carr as a rookie in 2014, but the quarterback they'll face Monday night is completely different.
Struggling Jaguar Offense Still A ConcernRomeo Crennel, as he does with every opponent, is taking Jacksonville’s offense seriously.
Benardrick McKinney Coming Into His Own As A Player"The thing that I love is when he takes on an (offensive) linemen and he shocks and he's able to shed and stop those guards in their track or knock the s--- out of one of those guys coming, I enjoy that," Mike Vrabel said.
Crennel: Vikings Running The Football Better Without PetersonThe Texans defensive coordinator thinks that Peterson's absence has opened things up for his backups
Clowney Showing Comfort And Versatility At Defensive EndJadeveon Clowney hasn't had the easiest first two seasons in the NFL after dealing with a variety of injuries and moving to an unfamiliar position in Romeo Crennel's 3-4 defense.
J.J. Watt Practicing, But Playing Time Sunday UnknownBill O'Brien said Watt has been "in there quite a bit" at practice, but is waiting for further medical evaluation before figuring that out.
Both Patriots' Coordinators Coveted For Vacant Head Coaching PositionsNew England possibly may lose both Matt Patricia and Josh McDaniels after this season.
Texans Defense Knows Containing Kelce, Smith Key To WinningAlthough the Texans defense is playing at a high level, the unit knows containing Chiefs Pro Bowl tight end, Travis Kelce, is one key to victory in Saturday’s AFC Wild Card game on Saturday at NRG Stadium.
Hammond: Will Watt Retire Early From NFL?What to do about concussions and youth football? How much longer until J.J. Watt retires from the NFL? Who cares about past Belichick assistants?
How Long Can The Texans Defense Keep This Up?Over the last four games, no defense in the NFL has been as good as the one in Houston. The Texans have won four straight behind a defense that has given up just nine points per game and just 250 yards per game.
Texans Defense Steps Up In Win Over SaintsIn the month of November, the Texans defense has been stellar. Entering Sunday’s game against the Saints at NRG Stadium, the unit had combined to allow 29 points over the first three games of the month, but that was against the likes of Zach Mettenberger, Andy Dalton and Ryan Fitzpatrick. Drew Brees and the Saints were supposed to pose a bigger test. They didn’t.