Gallant: Why Don't We Hear From Rick Smith More?We haven't been able to ask him about Colin Kaepernick. Hell, he hasn't even fielded questions about the Duane Brown trade. 'Sup?
O'Brien Expects Savage To Start SundayThe Texans quarterback struggled in his first start since Houston's season opening loss to the Jaguars
Bill O'Brien Discusses Free Agent Quarterback Colin KaepernickAfter Tom Savage struggled on Sunday, O'Brien confirmed that the team has had conversations about the controversial free agent
Gallant: You Knew What You Were Going To See SundayThe real question: how will the Texans approach the rest of the season?
O'Brien On Texans Loss: "It's My Fault"The Texans head coach took the blame for Houston's 41 - 38 loss to the Seahawks.
Watson: "Things Are Pretty Decent"The Texans rookie leads the NFL in touchdown passes and is setting records left and right. Yet he's still striving to get better.
Texans Expect Kevin Johnson Back After Bye, Unsure On Dylan ColeThe Texans cornerback hasn't played since spraining his MCL September 14th. Meanwhile, Cole suffered a hamstring injury Sunday.
With Rumors Swirling on Brown, LT Clark Weighs InWhile Brown's holdout continues Clark still talks with the absent left tackle
Defense Reacts to Watt, Mercilus LossesThe Texans defense weighs in on their losses
The Best of Gallant at Night 10-6-17
VIDEO: Deshaun Watson Donates 1st Game Check To Texans EmployeesTexans rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson is making an impact on the football field after being named the Houston starter in just his second week of his NFL career.
Texans - Patriots: In A NutshellPaul Gallant weighs in on the Texans 36 - 33 defeat in Foxborough against the Patriots
O'Brien Thinks Watson's Big Stage Experience Could Help SundayWhile acknowledging that the NFL and NCAA are different, O'Brien is hoping Watson's National Championship experience carries over to Sunday's game against the defending champions.
O'Brien On Texans OL: "I'm Going To Play The Best Five Guys"Greg Mancz, who played right guard Thursday, will likely continue to be right guard
O'Brien, Texans Preparing For Another Game Against The PatriotsHouston is 0-3 (including playoffs) against New England in the Bill O'Brien era, and 1-8 all time.