April 16, 2014

Five Texans Ready for a Break Out Game

The Houston Texans are headed into Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins with high expectations and a 1-0 record. The Texans had a convincing win last week at home against the Indianapolis Colts, but it’s time to move on a look to game #2 of the season. With a roster with more talent the Texans have had in a while, it seems the contributors on game day can come from anywhere. On Sunday there are some players who are on the verge of “breaking out” and giving Texans’ more reason to cheer. Here are five players who a primed for…

10 Thoughts, Texans vs. Colts

With game one in the book the Houston Texans had a convincing victory over the Indianapolis Colts, 34-7. With one electric atmosphere with the 9/11 tribute across the NFL, opening weekend and Liberty White Day all wrapped up in one the Texans did not disappoint a packed house. With all of the action in the first half for the Texans, this game was all but in the bag after they dominated all three phases of the game on Sunday. With a 1-0 record for the second year in row, the Texans will look to build on this decisive victory.

10 Thoughts from the Texans vs. Vikings

The preseason is finally finished and the Houston Texans finished with a 3-1 record with a loss to the Minnesota Vikings 28-0. This was a game for majority of the reserves to showcase their abilities and prove they belong with the team. This game gave opportunities for players to be focused on for scouting purposes, and some made a last-ditch effort with their play to make an impression. Here are┬ásome thoughts from Thursday’s contest.

Numbers for Tonight’s Texans Game To Know

Tonight might be one of the most interesting games for the Houston Texans this preseason, and with the position battles still going on the game has taken new meaning. Players will be putting their best foot forward tonight to impress the Texans and maybe one of the other 31 teams that will see the film. Fans should be intrigued by the end of the preseason because players who snaps were limited in the first three games, will put in all on the line tonight. There are numbers tonight that will be meaningful in tonight’s contest against the Minnesota Vikings and…

Texans sign Bryant Johnson

According to John McClain the Houston Texans have agreed to terms with wide receiver Bryant Johnson (30 years old) to help a thin wide receiver corps. The Texans had a great battle heading into the preseason games with their young receivers, but none have taken the opportunity to win a spot on the team.