Injury Report: Texans Go For Division Title With Healthy RosterAs the Houston Texans attempt to clinch a third AFC South Division title in five seasons, the team is pretty healthy heading into the weekend. Linebacker Jadeveon Clowney is the only player with a serious injury, and quarterback Brian Hoyer is ready to start again.
Only Jacksonville Now Stands In The Way Of Texans Division Title HopesIt's pretty simple for the Houston Texans this weekend: They need to beat the Jacksonville Jaguars at home to clinch the AFC South Division title and a playoff berth in the NFL postseason. If the Texans lose, they might still make the playoffs, but they don't want to leave their destiny to chance.
Hoyer Officially Clears Concussion Protocol, Will Start Sunday Vs. JagsBrian Hoyer will return Sunday after clearing the final stage of concussion protocol before Wednesday's practice. But will he be in sync with the offense and play aggressively after a pair of head injuries?
O'Brien: Hoyer Still Starting QuarterbackHe'll start Sunday against the Jaguars assuming he passes the final phase of the concussion protocol.
Injury Report: Lots Of Injury Questions For Texans In Week 16The 2015 Houston Texans finally have climbed into first place all by themselves, but the AFC South Division title isn't clinched yet. The team has two games left to play, and there are numerous injury concerns on both sides of the ball for the Texans as they travel to Tennessee this weekend to take on the Titans.
Hoyer Limited in Practice Return, Not Yet Game ReadyThe Texans quarterback was back at practice but he didn't participate fully
Hammond: Can Texans Win A Playoff Game With Weeden At QB?NFL Pro Bowl snubs. Brandon Weeden. Kubiak, Peyton and Brock.
O'Brien: Hoyer Doubtful For Sunday With ConcussionThe Texans' quarterback has suffered two concussions over the last month
T.J. Yates Ready To Play If Hoyer Can't In IndyThe Texans backup quarterback has led Houston to two wins this year.
Patriots Rout Texans In Prime Time 27-6
With Four Games To Go, Texans Control Their Own AFC South DestinyAfter 12 games of the 2015 NFL regular season, the Houston Texans are 6-6 and tied for first place in the AFC South Division. However, they would lose the tiebreaker to the Indianapolis Colts currently due to a head-to-head Week 5 loss.
"Teapot" Bill O'Brien Has Boiled Over Less in Recent YearsBrian Hoyer tells some stories about Bill O'Brien's occasional outbursts in New England
Hoyer Remembers New England as He Preps for PatsWith the Patriots next up, Brian Hoyer remembers and important time in his life learning from the greats in New England.
Tony Banks Not Really Impressed With Hoyer's PerformanceFormer Texans QB Tony Banks joined Mad Radio and they talked about Brian Hoyer's performance, Marcus Mariota compared to RG3 and his overall thoughts on Jameis Winston.
Hammond: O'Brien Gives Texans Big Edge Over Bills, RexHow the Packers beat the Lions. Why the Texans will beat the Bills. Why James Harden should ask to play fewer minutes.