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Breast Cancer AwarenessAs the NFL adopts pink everything, from pink coins used for the coin toss, to pink equipment, I inquire you to take a moment and consider the importance of breast cancer awareness.It has less to do with pink equipment, and more to do with encouraging women 40 and older to have an annual mammogram.Don’t let the month of excessively-pink fields, and equipment go to waste. Get a mammy! (Unless you are a man, then take a woman to get a mammy!)Chuck Pagano Unlikely To Return In 2012 Indianapolis Colts’ head coach Chuck Pagano has been diagnosed with a treatable form of leukemia.A number of reports state that Pagano will miss just six to eight weeks, while others have stated that Pagano will not return this season. Speculation has played a large part in this varied array of predictions. The amount of time Pagano misses is irrelevant.The more important thing is that Pagano has a positive mindset, and is driven to overcome this sickness. We all wish him the best.Offen...
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Recently, the Houston Texans had to make roster adjustments due to safety Quintin Demps breaking his forearm. The Texans had to add another safety to the fold while cutting someone to stay at the league required 53 man roster. The Texans resigned safety Troy Nolan back to the roster while cutting quarterback John Beck. Before the cut was made, a debate amongst Texans fans and media...
The Houston Texans have waived third string quarterback John Beck to clear room for the recent addition of safety Troy Nolan. Beck who won a spot on the roster with his good play during the 2012 preseason and was an asset with his knowledge of the offense.
The move comes as a bit of surprise especially with the quarterback situation from last season and the injuries that happened...
The Houston Texans may be the best team in the NFL through the first quarter of the 2012 NFL season. They have one of the most dominating defenses in the league and arguably the best running back as well in Arian Foster. While Texans head coach has said that Foster could handle becoming the fifth member of the 400+ carries club for one NFL season, he would be making a huge mistake...
Texans’ J.J Watt Named AFC Defensive Player Of The Year Award -
Houston Texans DE J.J. Watt has been voted as the AFC defensive player of the month. In the Texans’ 4-0 start, Watt has 32 tackles, 7 ½ sacks, 10 tackles for loss, 10 quarterback pressures, five passes deflected and two fumble recoveries. In his second season, Watt has helped the Texans rank first in defense and...
Coming off yet another convincing win last Sunday against the Tennessee Titans the Houston Texans now have their sights set on the first prime time game they’ll have this season. A Monday night match up with the struggling New York Jets. The Texans as a franchise are 0-5 against the Jets and 0-3 against them on the road. They’ll be looking to try and make up ground in the all...
The Houston Texans are now 4-0 for the first time in franchise history after a big home win Sunday over division rival Tennesseeive Titans. It was a game that the Texans had control of from the starting drive to the closing whistle as they were dominant on both sides of the ball the whole game.Houston Texans QB Matt Schaub has played almost perfect mistake free football, all while...
The Quality Stats Power Rankings continue to fluctuate, but a familiar face returns to the top spot. And what 2-2 team dropped 12 spots to No. 28 in our rankings?
Houston Texans (4-0) at New York Jets (2-2)
Prior to the Jets’ 34-0 home loss to the 49ers last week, one NFL executive compared the Revis injury to any other team losing it’s starting quarterback and he was so right. Without Revis, they can’t do any of the things to normally make them good defensively and for a defensive minded team, that’s absolutely devastating. Without...
The Texans, Falcons and Ravens hold their own atop this week's power rankings, but, there is plenty of movement in the middle ranks... including the Arizona Cardinals making their climb upwards.
1. Stop the run
- San Francisco absolutely decimated the Jets last week thanks to their ability to run the ball. They barely took to the air, instead relying on a run-heavy attack that racked up over 200 yards on the ground. Houston has a great run game, spearheaded by All-Pro running back Arian Foster. If the Jets want to win, they’ll have to find a way to shut down Foster, Ben...