Ted Johnson won three Super Bowls with the New England Patriots and every week he’ll give us his takeaways from the week that was. Now you can hear him on the “Fred & Ted Show” on SportsRadio 610
Gary Kubiak took out a full page ad in the Houston Chronicle Sunday thanking the fans, city and organization for their support through these eight seasons.
Wade Phillips thinks the pressure of losing eleven straight games has gotten to the Texans.
By now you know that the Houston Texans fired Gary Kubiak Friday morning but the question remains who will lead this franchise in 2014?
Corey Chavous, draftnasty.com, joined The Fred & Ted Show to talk about the Texans possibly getting a first round draft pick. He talked about possible outlooks for guys like Johnny Manziel, Teddy Bridgewater, and more. He talked about whether the Texans should go for a quarterback or look to fill some other need for the team. Chavous also talked a bit about the Texans situation with the firing of Kubiak and how to move forward with picking a new head coach.
Ian Rapoport joined The Fred & Ted Show to discuss Gary Kubiak’s firing. He discussed why Kubiak would be fired now as opposed to the end of the season. Rapoport discussed who might fit as the next head coach for the Texans. He thinks there is no chance Nick Saban will take the job. There is no doubt in his mind that the Texans head coaching job is a very attractive position to a lot of people.
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.
After losing eleven straight games, Gary Kubiak has been fired.
Jacksonville (CBS HOUSTON) – The Houston Texans committed 14 penalties for 177 yards as well as three that kept the Jacksonville Jaguars offense on the field after either 3rd down failures or an interception. The […]
New York Jets safety Ed Reed hopes to play another two years in the NFL, and doesn’t worry about critics who say he isn’t playing up to his usual high standards.