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Named the Reliant Energy Player Of The Game in the Texans’ playoff loss to the Baltimore Ravens, Texans defensive end J.J. Watt is proud of the team’s performance in the game and he believes they will continue to be […]
Get to know Texans defensive end J.J. Watt with his player profile on the Texans Capital One Countdown To Kickoff Pregame Show before the Texans-Ravens playoff game. Mobile device users may click here to listen […]
Some people in Houston have been so focused on Ray Rice that it can feel like he is the only offensive player that the Ravens have.
Andre Johnson is one of the best, most dominant players in the NFL today and if you look at his stats with all of the information that goes along with it that becomes very apparent. If you just look at his regular season stats he played in seven games and averaged 70 yards and over 4.5 receptions per game. That’s not bad but there is so much more to what Andre brings to the table.
In the City of Houston, there’s a general sense of accomplishment for the Texans. They have already achieved more than anyone would have predicted coming into the season.
Texans fans are absolutely right to completely disagree with the title of this article. It is never okay to be complacent or to accept a loss. However, there is one thing that many fans miss in this era of instant gratification via twitter and the 24/7 news media that has completely enveloped sports.
The Texans may have bigger concerns than their third-string rookie quarterback. While the quarterback position is the most important position on the field and the difference between Schaub and Yates is a drastic one this season has been all about the Texans defense.
The Titans’ safety out of UT talks about the match up problems that James Casey presents as well as the depth of the Texans running backs. Mobile device users may click here to listen to […]
The Titans’ cornerback talks about the performance of Andre Johnson and T.J. Yates as well as the Texans backfield.
The Titan’s runningaback talks about Wade Phillips’ defense and how he was disappointed with how hard it was to beat the Texans second string players. Mobile device users may click here to listen to the […]