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The Houston Texans were early-season Super Bowl favorites, to say the least. Despite a strong start early in the season, in which they only reinforced those pre-season Super Bowl predictions, the Texans appear to have fallen from their seat as a superior AFC team.Over the last two weeks they have been challenged by not-so-challenging teams. Both Jacksonville and Detroit gave Houston a real run for their money. So then, Houston, do we have a problem? I have drawn up four problems with the Texans at this point; four reasons that they will not be able to compete with other AFC power house teams.
BEST OF MAXIM
Running back, Davin Meggett
The Houston Texans announced they released rookie running back Davin Meggett from the practice squad and brought back inside linebacker Cameron Collins (pictured above). Collins will now be on the practice squad for the second time this season, and this looks like a move just in case the linebacker depth takes anymore hits.
With an ailing Bradie James...
The Houston Texans currently hold the AFC’s best record at 10-1, also tied for the top record in the NFL. However, as the Texans continue to pile up wins, their opponents continue to bring their “A” game in hopes of playing spoiler and knocking off a legit Super Bowl contender. The past two weeks, the [...]
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The NFL will be looking into Ndamukong Suh’s below the belt kick on Matt Schaub today. Regardless of the league’s take on the matter, Schaub has made his opinion clear on Suh.
“You don’t want a player like that. The stuff that he stands for and the type of player he is, that’s not Houston Texan-worthy,” Schaub told KILT-AM. “That’s not what we’re about as...
NFL fans and pundits are mostly unanimous in what they think about the shenanigans of Ndamukong Suh.
The Detroit defender further entrenched his reputation as a dirty player with a kick that literally went below the belt of Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub on Thanksgiving.
Now Schaub is jumping into the mix, and although he hasn’t extrapolated much on his feelings, he has...
HOUSTON -- Matt Schaub hasn't come right out and said he thinks Lions defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh intentionally kicked him in the groin on Thanksgiving Day, but he's said enough now that his opinion seems clear.
Speaking to Nick Wright on 610-AM in Houston, the Houston Texans quarterback said he wouldn't want Suh on his team.
"No, you don't want a player...
Here are some random facts from the Houston Texans to get your week started off.
#Texans have given up 15 sacks on the season. #62 #75 (3) #74 #60 #68 (2) #55 #76 #23 (1) cc @iamjsimon
— PDS (@PHABMK6) November 26, 2012
The #Texans have 22 negative runs to the left and 16 negative runs to the right.
— PDS (@PHABMK6) November 26, 2012
The #Texans have...
There will be no Ndamukong SUHspension coming…
NFL spokesman Greg Aiello announced via Twitter that the Lions defensive tackle will not be suspended following his controversial groin kick to Texans QB Matt Schaub last Thursday.
Our office has notified the Lions that N Suh will not be suspended for last Thursday’s incident. It will be reviewed for a potential fine.
— Greg Aiello...
With the Titans facing off against the Houston Texans once again this week, this time in the hopefully friendlier confines of LP Field, I'll once again be doing a Q&A with Texans blogger Steph Stradley.
If you have any questions for Steph about how the Texans have changed since late September or what the rest of the year looks like for them, post them in the comments section.
Once again in the days following a Lions Thanksgiving Day game, a lot of the debate and discussion is surrounding the actions of defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.
After kicking Houston quarterback Matt Schaub in the groin during Thursday’s game the debate rages on as to whether or not it was done intentionally. Although Suh hasn’t commented on the specific play Schaub himself has...
The NFL announced earlier today that Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh will not be suspended for booting Texans quarterback Matt Schaub in the ballsack during the first quarter of Houston’s 34-31 overtime victory on Thanksgiving at Ford Field in Detroit. … Continue reading →
Athlon Sports' weekly rankings of NFL teams — from the best, one-loss Houston Texans, to the worst, the autograph-seeking one-win Kansas City...
Playoff picture is still a mess. We basically have five great teams and then a bunch of “uhh . . . they might be good.” Houston Texans (10-1) [No Change] – The Lions arguably played at their best of the entire 2012 season. And the Texans still won. (Okay, yeah, that penalty helped. Still.) Atlanta The post No Coast NFL Power Rankings — Week 13 appeared first on No Coast Bias.
Texans def. Lions (OT): Despite moving to an impressive 10-1, the Texans should be very concerned about the past two games. This team's strength is their defense, and they've let two teams take them to overtime after giving up 30+ points. They actually should have lost this game, had it not been for a lack of rule book knowledge by the Lions head coach. The Texans need to...