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Former NFL MVP Rich Gannon joined The Fred & Ted Show to talk about all things football. He talked about all the uncertainty the Texans have had at the quarterback position this season. Gannon says Keenum is an interesting prospect but has a ways to go moving forward. He said at this point Kubiak needs to just focus on the team having a clean performance moving forward. He also chimed in on what happened with the whole Richie Incognito situation.
Cornerback Kareem Jackson and linebacker Joe Mays were out with injuries.
Paul Gallant re-examines the Texans’ franchise record seventh straight loss, 27-24 to the Cardinals.
Paul Gallant breaks down the Texans’ week 10 opponent
December 11th at the Houston Improv we will be honoring Booker T with a roast of his career! Along with your favorite SportsRadio 610 hosts, comedians Ali Siddiq and Ryan Thauburn, and some special guests we will enjoy a night of laughs and maybe an Axe Kick, if we’re lucky!
Former NBA player Damon Jones joined The Fred & Ted Show to discuss the Rockets season so far. He isn’t surprised Harden and Howard have done so well together so far. Jones talked about how the first loss the Rockets have had so far shows what they need to work on moving forward with the season. He talked about the defense and how Harden needs to work on the defensive side of his game. Moving forward, Jones says the Rockets still have some work to do moving forward.
Paul Gallant examines the Texans’ sixth straight loss…27-24 to the Colts Sunday night.
Is this all Kubiak’s fault? Is it Schaub’s fault? How much responsibility does Rick Smith hold?
ESPN’s Mike Wells joined The Fred & Ted Show to talk about the Texans and Colts game Sunday. He talked about the vulnerability of the team without Reggie Wayne, but says he doesn’t think it’ll be as bad as people are thinking. Wells talked about what makes Andrew Luck a special player and good quarterback. He also discussed Pagano’s coaching style. Wells talked about how little the Colts know about Keenum but says they were impressed with his performance against the Chiefs.
Former Texans GM Charlie Casserly came on Mad Radio to discuss Case Keenum’s mobility and how the Texans have a shot to take down the Colts in Reliant Stadium on Sunday night.