The Texans will try to block out their three-game losing streak to end the season and focus on starting the playoffs with a clean slate.
The Texans starting quarterback, T.J. Yates, talks with levity about his injury and the loss to the Titans.
Texans coach Gary Kubiak can’t just come out and say it, but the evidence of trust issues with his young quarterback were abundantly clear during Thursday night’s debacle in Indianapolis.
This certainly can’t be the script the Texans were hoping to follow into the playoffs.
We’re all a little concerned about Texans rookie quarterback T.J. Yates now.
Texans offensive tackle Eric Winston wasn’t speaking for anyone else when he said this week’s matchup against AFC South rival Indianapolis couldn’t come fast enough in wake of Sunday’s disappointing 28-13 loss to Carolina. But […]
The Houston Texans are the 2011 AFC South Division Champions after an incredible come from behind 20-19 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday afternoon.
But the Texans had to do it the hard way, coming back from behind on the road and defeating the Cincinnati Bengals 20-19 when rookie quarterback T.J. Yates fired a six-yard touchdown pass to receiver Kevin Walter.
No NFL team wants to be making a playoff push with their third-string quarterback. With that said, Winston, the Texans right tackle, is right.
If you hadn’t told someone who is unfamiliar with what has transpired through the course of the season for the Texans, that T.J. Yates was the Texans 3rd string quarterback, I wonder what they would […]