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Even though the Texans lost Sunday to the Ravens from the perspective of the Nielsen Co. they pitched a shutout in front of Houston television viewers.
The Texans’ loss at Baltimore was seen by an average audience of 23 percent of Houston’s 2.28 million TV households or about 526553 households on KHOU (Channel 11).
And the Astros’ noon game at Cleveland on Comcast SportsNet Houston?
0.00 Nielsen rating with an average audience of zero households.
For the first time in the Astros’ history as one of the first Major League Baseball teams to distribute their games over cable they played a game Sunday afternoon and according to Nielsen nobody watched.
There are a couple of asterisks involved here of course. For one thing Nielsen persists with the statistically supportable but still head-shaking concept that it can measure what millions of television viewers are watching by monitoring the behavior of hundreds.
On Sunday for example Nielsen had reports from 581 meters in Greater Hous...
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Three weeks into the season, the feeling is that the Houston Texans are on the brink of falling apart. The start of the season has not been pretty and can be described as sloppy football. The Texans have to do some self scouting and really look at on the field issues to make their team better for the long haul.
We are not talking about replacing Matt Schaub or firing Gary Kubiak...
Photo by Cody Duty/Houston Chronicle
A fan used cups to voice his/her displeasure with Texans quarterback Matt Schaub.
It was one game. The Texans are 2-1…relax.
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Texans QB Matt Schaub struggled on Sunday, as the Texans fell to the Ravens in their first loss of the season.
The Houston Texans went into this week’s game with what I would’ve called an advantage. The Ravens didn’t have their Pro Bowl RB available after he suffered a hip injury last week, they were playing a Ravens team that had yet to post consistent football this...
On Sunday the Houston Chronicle dropped something of a bombshell that former Raven Ed Reed will make his Texans debut to take on the team he recently won a Super Bowl with.
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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Cleveland Browns would love to land Texans running back Ben Tate in free agency after this season.
Browns covet Texans free-agent-to-be RB Ben Tate. Should Cleveland land Tate, it would have him and Indy’s first-rd draft pick in place of Richardson.
Tate would be a nice pick up, but he also struggles with injuries. I’m not sure how...
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Former Tennessee coach Phillip Fulmer says he wasn't aware of Houston Texans running back Arian Foster ever receiving money during his college career.
"As the head coach at Tennessee for 17 years, I took great pride in having a program that was NCAA compliant, as did our staff and administration," Fulmer said in a statement released to the Associated...
Houston Texans wideout Andre Johnson sustained a bad shin bruise Sunday, according to coach Gary Kubiak. SOURCE: Tania GanguliFantasy Spin:Johnson suffered the injury before the half but his X-rays came back negative and he returned for the third before exiting for good.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the Cleveland Browns the Browns “covet“ Texans RB Ben Tate and have plans pursue signing him to a contract this offseason.
The Browns just shockingly traded Trent Richardson to the Colts, so they clearly need a running back to build around. As of now, Cleveland has Willis McGahee and Bobby Rainey as their running backs, so it’s very...
Houston Texans wideout Andre Johnson is not expected to return to Sunday's game due to a leg injury. SOURCE: John McClain, Houston ChronicleFantasy Spin:Johnson was noticeably limping in the third quarter after being kicked in the shin. He had five receptions for just 36 yards against the Ravens.
IT was a rough one in Baltimore for the Houston Texans, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t some positives. The Texans are just getting started and still getting all their players healthy. We take a look at our players of the game for the Baltimore Ravens.
Houston Texans Offensive POG: Arian Foster
It was not a huge game from Foster, but go back and watch the way he ran against...
The Cleveland Browns are making moves and trying to change the face and culture of their downtrodden franchise.
Adam Schefter is reporting that the Browns covet Texans bruising backup running back Ben Tate, and would like to land him to replace Trent Richardson.
Browns covet Texans free-agent-to-be RB Ben Tate. Should Cleveland land Tate, it would have him and Indy's… http...
A 30-9 loss is not what the Houston Texans ordered when they traveled to Baltimore to face the Ravens. If anything could go wrong, it did and the Texans took an unfortunate loss to an injury depleted Ravens team. The Texans had one of the worst quarters in recent memory and it proved to be too much to overcome. A special teams and defensive touchdown turned the tide for the Ravens...
The defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens defeated the Houston Texans on Sunday by a score of 30-9. The score of the game was deceiving, as the Texans allowed just one touchdown defensively. The Ravens were able to return and interception and a punt return for a touchdown early in the game, which buried the [...]
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The Texans still have a long way to go The Ravens easily handled the Texans on Sunday, winning by a score of 30-9. The Ravens, without Pro-Bowl running back Ray Rice, only accounted for 236 yards of total offense, which was less than the Texans’ 264, and they still found a way to win. Houston’s [...]
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The Houston Texans and Baltimore Ravens will lock up in a Week 3 match-up on Sunday. Houston has begun the season 2-0 while Baltimore had to “win ugly” over Cleveland to even their record at 1-1 on the season.
Coverage of the game will air on CBS beginning at 1:00 pm ET from M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, MD.