Houston Texans Preseason Week 2 Yearbook AwardsThe Texans looked pretty good Saturday night. Sure, it was only a pre-season game -- an utterly meaningless endeavor to the outside world. It probably doesn’t predict much about the future, but it matters intensely to those of us in the thick of it. It’s exactly like high school. So in the spirit of high school, here are the Preseason Week 2 Superlatives.
Cecil Shorts III: Making Or Missing The CutDeAndre Hopkins, Will Fuller, Braxton Miller and Jaelen Strong are the epitome of a cinch. These four horsemen will certainly be hauling in passes from the Texans 72 million dollar man. That leaves six hopefuls vying for one seat. Among those, in this crab in a barrel race to the top, is Cecil Shorts the elder of ten receivers on the Texans roster.
J.J. Watt Wants To Coach High School Football When He RetiresThe Houston Texans best player, J.J. Watt, sees himself as a coach when he calls the playing career quits. But his Alma Mater Wisconsin or a number of NFL teams shouldn't be too hopeful. Watt told Mad Radio's Mike Meltser and Seth Payne on SportsRadio 610 on Friday that he wants to be a High School Football Coach.
Texans Guard Brandon Brooks Out Of Hospital; Heading Back To HoustonBrooks stayed in the hospital overnight while his team flew back to Houston after the loss to get ready for the New England Patriots on Sunday Night. Monday morning Brooks tweeted a thank you to fans and said he will be released from the hospital soon.
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DeAndre Hopkins Still Not Through Concussion ProtocolHouston Texans first round pick, DeAndre Hopkins, still has not passed the NFL mandated concussion protocol to allow him back on the field. However, Texans head coach Gary Kubiak is not worried about Hopkins missing week one.