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State of the Texans:
It this series we are going to look at the potential free agents of the Houston Texans, and figure out if they work into the plans for the coming years….
One of the most surprising players for the Houston Texans in the 2011 campaign, and he just completed his 5th season with the team. Joel Dreessen lead the Texans in touchdown receptions with 6 and proved a viable second tight end opposite of starter Owen Daniels.
Dreessen’s ability to block in the run game and provide enough athleticism in the pass game only makes the Texans offense that much dangerous. Dreessen has suited up for 77 games for the Texans out of the possible 80 regular season games. His durability and knowledge of the Texans offense, leaves a chance to keep him in a Texans uniform will only make the Texans offense that much better.
He will probably get some offers from other teams for an expanded role, but Dreessen has made his living knowing the ins and outs of the Texans offense. At the age of 29, the 6’4″ 2...
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Houston's Playoff run ended with a 20-13 loss at Baltimore in the Divisional Round on Sunday.
Quarterback T.J. Yates completed 17 of 35 passes for 184 yards, with no touchdowns against three interceptions - and was clearly razzled against a ferocious defense in a hostile environment at MT Bank Stadium. Stud running back Arian Foster had a strong outing with 132...
Houston Texans quarterback Jake Delhomme isn't ready to say he's officially retiring, but the 14-year veteran said his playing career is likely over.
Jacoby Jones apologized to teammates for a fumbled punt return that cost the Texans dearly in Sunday's divisional playoff loss to the Ravens, but the wideout refuses to dwell on the game-changing gaff.
Even the most devout Texans fan had to question how far rookie quarterback TJ Yates could carry them into the playoffs. The answer? To the Baltimore 38 yard line at the two-minute warning of the AFC Divisional Championship game.
Friend of TGS Patty Hsieh of The Pigskin Arch made a bold prediction: the Houston Texans would make three bone-headed plays in this game against the Ravens...
After the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Houston Texans 20-13 in Sunday's AFC Divisional playoff game, players and coaches met at midfield to shake hands and congratulate each other on a game well played.
However, Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis and Texans running back Arian Foster took that sportsmanship to the next level by swapping jerseys and signing them for each other after...
Houston Texans 13
Baltimore Ravens 20
This is another game that pretty much played out exactly as was predicted. The Ravens play pretty well when at home, while the Texans limped toward the end of the season with three straight losses before pulling out a victory last week against a Bengals team that may have been one of the only other teams in the playoffs with less momentum...
Do you love defense? The third clash in the Divisional Round of the 2012 NFL Playoffs features a bare-knuckles brawl between the Houston Texans (11-6) and Baltimore Ravens (12-4) in M&T Bank Stadium at 1:00pm EST on CBS.
The parallels between these two teams in postseason play are almost unparalleled.
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Both clubs rank in the Top 5 against the run...
Jacoby Jones, Punt Returner, Houston Texans. Oh, Jacoby Jones. I'm sorry that I have to write this when all I really want to do is give you a hug, but that's the way the cookie crumbles this evening. Jones was Monsignor **** on Sunday, making an absolutely inexplicable decision to try and field a bouncing punt right in front of a Baltimore defender. He muffed it, as you...