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Texans 7 Round Mock DraftThis year the Texans have 7 picks this year. The last couple years the Texans have focused on the defensive side of the ball. With JJ Watt, Whitney Mercilus, Kareem Jackson and Brooks Reed the Texans have developed a solid young defense. The Texans have some holes that need to filled on both sides of the ball. I have some solutions that could fix some holes before the draft. Nose Tackle and Inside Linebacker are their two big holes on Defense. Shaun Cody had a very unproductive year. He is also 30 years old and coming off injury. I think the Texans should put Jared Crick at NT. He was a sought out talent out of Nebraska who had his senior season shortened by a torn pectoral muscle. If they bulk him up to 300 pounds, which isn’t out of the picture because he weighs 287 pounds. They could let go of Shaun Cody who is a free agent. The next hole would be inside linebacker. The best run stopping LB last year was Brooks Reed. When he was injured they were shredded...
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There are a number of famous curses that pertain to sports. We have heard of the Madden curse and the curse of the Bambino, but most have probably never heard of the Buffalo Sports Curse and the Cardinals Football Curse (look them up). There is one curse though that has never been talked about, but deserves some consideration when it comes to sports and the unexplained. I’m talking...
Houston Texan Star and the NFL’s Defensive player of the year J.J. Watt is a mountain of a man. Watt weighs in at a meager 295-pounds, coupled with 6-5 height. He might just get your attention when he walks into a room. Watt recently had lunch with another Houston icon, Yao Ming. Yao is listed … Continue reading »
James Casey, #86
Two Houston Texans made the 2012 USA Today’s All Joe Team and they were fullback James Casey and special teams star Bryan Braman. Both players were key parts of the 2012 team and were put on this recognized post season team released by USA Today.
The criteria of the team is as follows:
About the team: The All-Joe team was created in 1992 by longtime USA TODAY...
BITTEN BY ACTING BUG
Houston Texans running back Arian Foster will make a guest-starring appearance on an upcoming episode of the series, Hawaii Five-O.
Lately I have noticed a handful of athletes willing to test their vocal skills out publicly, especially football players.
Houston Texans offensive lineman Duane Brown was visiting The Roula and Ryan Show on 104.1 KRBE, and decided to sing Goyte’s hit song “Somebody That I Used to Know.” I was expecting a Berry White voice coming from Brown, however I was clearly wrong. Never...
My Man, hahaha. Check out my high school classmate Duane Brown who is an offensive lineman for the Houston Texans. He's trying his hand at signing Goyte's hit song, "Somebody That I Used To Know" on The Roula and Ryan Show on 104.1 KRB. Personally I think it's an awesome job, but that's partly because I have to say that. Check it out for yourself...
Since we are a couple of days from the NFL combine, we here at Outside the Boxscore have to fill our NFL-related content with clips like these.
Check out Houston Texans offensive tackle Duane Brown singing Goyte's hit song, "Somebody That I Used To Know" on The Roula and Ryan Show on 104.1 KRBE:
Personally, I think that was a solid job by Duane.
Houston Texans offensive tackle Duane Brown did quite the good job of covering Goyte’s “Somebody That I Used To Know.” It is very comical, but you have to give it to the big guy for putting himself out there like that. The video comes from his recent appearance on The Roula and Ryan Show on 104.1 KRBE.
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NHL Network personality Carrie Milbank is yet another example of a cheerleader turned media personality. She captained the Houston Texans squad for four years.
From NHL.com The Hockey Show profile:
She was discovered by NFL Films in 2003 when she auditioned as a Guest Host on NFL Under The Helmet (FOX), revealing her Number One passion as an on–camera entertainer. She quickly...
1. Inside Linebacker
2. Wide Receiver
3. Right Guard
4. Right Tackle
5. Rush Linebacker
2. Right Tackle
3. Rush Linebacker
4. Nose Tackle