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Matt Schaub threw for two long touchdowns, while Arian Foster, Ben Tate and Derrick Ward each ran for scores Sunday to help the AFC South-leading Houston Texans rout the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 37-9.
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Just when the Texans finally begin to look like a team that can and would win their division, they get the awful news that Matt Schaub is likely to miss the rest of the season. I took that into account when ranking them. Still, they should continue to play good football despite the loss.
The Lions have lost 3 of their last 4 games, and they're on the brink...
The Houston Texans have enjoyed a historic start in the franchise history as they moved out to a 7-3 record with a complete beatdown against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers yesterday. The Texans have been able to overcome the loss of two superstar players on their roster, DE Mario Williams and WR Andre Johnson. Now, it appears that Houston might be without starting QB Matt...
HOUSTON — Houston quarterback Matt Schaub is out indefinitely with a "significant" right foot injury and will miss the Texans' next game in two weeks.
Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub will miss several weeks with a significant foot injury.
The Texans are steam rolling towards their first AFC South title, and Sunday in Tampa they once again took care of business against a team that was looking for a statement win.
Matt Schaub had another solid game for the Texans, throwing for two touchdowns, Arian Foster, Ben Tate and Derrick Ward ran for scores Sunday as the AFC South-leaders forced four turnovers and sacked Josh...
The Houston Texans are the best team in the AFC. That's at least what their record says, as Houston and Pittsburgh have the conference's best record at 7-3. However, they're about to be tested by injury. Texans coach Gary Kubiak informed reporters on Monday that quarterback Matt Schaub has suffered a "significant" foot injury. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported...
HOUSTON (AP) Houston quarterback Matt Schaub will miss the remainder of the season with a 'significant' foot injury, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Week 10 was not a great week for QBs, as Matt Schaub(foot), Michael Vick (broken ribs) and Matt Cassel(hand) all suffered serious injuries.
Quarterbacks will be a position of emphasis this week. If you have one of these three gunslingers, the waiver wire will be all that much more important. Let’s take a look at what players are available in free agency.
Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub (8) signals his offensive line against the Indianapolis Colts during the third quarter of their NFL football game in Indianapolis November 1, 2010. REUTERS/Brent Smith (UNITED STATES – Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
What are some of the big questions heading into this week in the NFL?
1. Can Matt Leinart save the Texans’ season?
You almost have...
Ben Tate (credits below) RB Start: Ben Tate (Houston Texans, Week 10: @ Tampa Bay) In the five games where Tate has 12 or more carries, he has averaged 12.6 fantasy points and hasn’t had fewer than eight points in any of those games. Against a Tampa Bay team that has allowed the fifth most fantasy points to opposing running backs and who is without DT Gerald McCoy, the Texans...
With the NFL's No. 1-ranked defense and a potent running attack on his side, Matt Schaub is making it look easy for the Houston Texans.
We're gonna cover fantasy football all season long here at Bird's Nest by answering five questions every week about various fantasy-related topics. FLESH FOR FANTASYYYYYY. Let's roll.
1. How does Matt Schaub's injury affect the rest of the Texans offense? Despite the fact that it'll be Matt Leinart and his puffy vest at quarterback from now on (Schaub is done...
All season long the Bucs could hang their hats on their ability to recover and make adjustments in the second half. The Bucs have so much faith in their second half ability they wasted a FG opportunity at the end of the first half to go for it on 4th and 2 but failed. The defense held and Connor Barth nailed a 55 yard FG to put the Bucs right where they wanted to be: down by 13 with...
So when you saw that first play of the game, what was your reaction? Was it one of total shock and disgust, as though you had been slapped in the face with a giant dong? Or did you just kind of shrug and say, “I guess it’s going to be that kind of game.”? It wasn’t the most unexpected thing in the world, was it?
Speaking of that play, Sean Jones has gone from solid last...