Found September 30, 2013 on
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Sunday was not a great day for the Houston Texans.
After jumping out to a 20-3 halftime lead at home over the Seattle Seahawks, Houston wound up losing 23-20 in overtime, and that had fans really upset.
In fact, after quarterback Matt Schaub threw an interception in the fourth quarter, a slew of boos rained down from the Gilette Stadium stands, prompting receiver Andre Johnson to deliver this comment after the game.
"Fans are going to be fans," Johnson said, via ESPN.com. "You have some that are loyal. You have some that are fair-weather, and they only come around when you win. I've been here when it was 2-14 and there was hardly anybody in the stands, so I really don't care about what fans think. A lot of them don't understand what players go through. They can talk about what they want to talk about."
Obviously, Johnson was frustrated with the situation, however, dissing the fans is never a battle you can win as a player, and it's not likely his comment will go over well with Texans fans, either.
Via Eye on Football
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J.J Watt wasn’t going to let a little — okay, a lot — of blood keep him from playing on Sunday afternoon.
The defensive end took a shot to the face during Houston’s matchup against the Seahawks. During the third quarter, Watt took off his helmet to reveal blood streaming down his face, and was forced to leave the field to receive medical attention. The Texans star needed...
I’m sorry Texans fans, but you cannot let a 20-3 lead going into the third quarter. Matt Schaub is a veteran quarterback and he made a stupid rookie mistake that cost him the game yesterday. When getting rushed late in the game Schaub elects to throw a floater in the air to the flats. The […]
Houston Texans fans have had enough.
Following Houston's 23-20 overtime loss to the Seattle Seahawks, a swarm of angry fans spilled out into the parking lot and proceeded to set ablaze any and all Matt Schaub jerseys.
Some of it probably had to do with the fact that the Texans squandered a 20-3 lead despite 355 yards passing and two touchdowns from Schaub. However, he did...
It is a frustrating time to be a fan of the Houston Texans. The team was supposed to kick butt this year. It was supposed to lock down opposing offenses, run all over their defenses, and pretty much dominate them in every facet of the game.
Yeah--that hasn't happened.
There are multiple issues the team needs to address, but there is one that...
Texans running back Arian Foster looked like his old self Sunday against the Seahawks, totaling 171 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown on 33 touches.Fantasy Spin:Foster carried the ball 27 times for 102 yards and had six catches for 69 receiving yards and a touchdown. His competition Ben Tate had 44 yards on seven carries (6.3), but lost a fumble. Tate has carried the ball nine...
Video: Texans blow a 17 point lead
There is just something about cheerleaders that makes us want to see more of them. Is it the dance moves? Their infectious energy? Their winning smiles? Or is it simply because they are hot?
Fans already get to see plenty of the Houston Texans cheerleaders with things like Freestyle Friday, but what if you could see even more of them? Now you can....
The Houston Texans are 2-2 following a tough loss to the Seattle Seahawks, a game where they led by as much as 17 points, fans in Houston have begun to hit the panic button and some have resorted to burning jerseys. I’m here to tell you it’s way too early to panic and the Texans […]
The Houston Texans are trying to send a message to the NFL, and they are delivering the beast mode to the Seattle Seahawks.
The Texans are hitting today, and no hit was bigger than this one by Brian Cushing on Marshawn Lynch that caused a fumble and a turnover for the Texans.
H/T Bleacher Report
Houston backup tight end Garrett Graham caught his third touchdown of the season Sunday against the Seahawks.Fantasy Spin:Graham has 12 catches this season after pulling in five Sunday. He's not going to see a ton of targets as the No. 2 tight end, but Matt Schaub looks for him often in the red zone.
Rookie mistakes and lack of offensive creativity led to an embarrassing loss for the Houston Texans to Seattle …
If parking lot incidents in two different cities on Sunday are any indication, stupid behavior does not discriminate between NFL fan bases. Late Sunday, photos and video surfaced of Houston Texans fans burning a Matt Schaub jersey in the Reliant Stadium parking lot. In that incident, at least nobody was harmed. The same can’t be said for this fight outside Qualcomm Stadium in San...
Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub had a forgettable day against the Seattle Seahawks and this hit by Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril had to hurt. Avril absolutely leveled Schaub who had nowhere to go but straight into Avril’s waiting arms.
The Seattle Seahawks and Houston Texans meet on Sunday in one of the weekends more anticipated games.
Seattle improved to 3-0 last week and will look to win again against a Houston team who was stung in a loss to Baltimore in Week 3.
FOX will have coverage of the game between the Seahawks and Texans beginning at 1:00 pm ET from Reliant Stadium in Houston, TX.
The Odds: The Seattle...
Well Seattle, here we go
It is week 4 and the Seahawks are heading down to Houston to take on Andre Johnson and the Texans. (I don’t care how good JJ Watt is, Andre is the name that goes before the team.
Because he’s my favorite player that isn’t a Seahawk and he is awesome.
Although Seattle is 3-0 and has had a solid season, they still show areas of struggle that they have...