Found October 10, 2013 on Sports by Colin:
Although “nicked up” and not “near where he wants to be physically,” Texans free safety Ed Reed will play Sunday when Houston hosts the St. Louis Rams at Reliant Stadium. The 35-year-old Reed tweaked his MCL in last weekend’s loss to the 49ers in San Francisco. Shortly after inking a three-year contract worth $15 million to become a Texan, Reed blindsided Houston and underwent minor hip surgery in March to repair a small labral tear. Reed was signed by Houston general manager Rick Smith to replace Glover Quin in the secondary. Although graying and gimpy, a healthy Reed will bolster … Continue reading →

The angry fans at Matt Schaub’s house is not true, GIANT HOAX

Wow, well the good thing is that the NFL should still look into security and maybe Matt Schaub is as hated as first reported. Houston Police went to twitter today to make sure the story was cleaned up. houston police ‏@houstonpolice54m Contrary to some reports, there was not a group of “angry fans” outside the Schaub […]

Texans' Watt reveals fans often 'visit' his house

Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub made news this week after some fans reportedly harassed him outside his house on Tuesday due to his struggles in the first five games of the season. Wednesday, defensive star J.J. Watt revealed he often has fans 'visiting' his house as well. While Watt's home encounters are not of a negative nature as was Schaub's, they are...

Report: Matt Schaub will be on a short leash this week

Ian Raopoport of the NFL Network reported at half time of tonight’s Giants-Bears game that Texans quarterback Matt Schaub will be on a short leash this week with all of the turnovers he’s committed over the past few weeks. Also from @RapSheet: Texans won’t hesitate to yank Schaub if the turnovers continue because it’s “simply not fair to the rest of the team.” — NFL...

Preview: Texans ride three-game losing streak into meeting with Rams

The Houston Texans are mired in their roughest stretch in almost two seasons, greatly because of some poor play from quarterback Matt Schaub. Though coach Gary Kubiak called it a "tough decision," he plans to stick with Schaub as the Texans try to avoid a fourth straight loss Sunday against the visiting St. Louis Rams. After scoring 61 points to beat San Diego and Tennessee...

Texans Will Keep Matt Schaub As Their Starting QB For Week 6

Texans HC Gary Kubiak told reporters on Wednesday that after a good deal of consideration Matt Schaub will remain the team’s starting quarterback for Week 6′s game against the Rams. “Matt gives us our best chance to win,” Kubiak said,per Tania Ganguli. “It was a tough decision, real tough.“ While I’m sure that Kubiak actually gave this some thought, it isn’t as...

Texans place Owen Daniels on short-term IR

Since word of Houston Texans tight end Owen Daniels’ injury came out, it was clear that he could be required to miss time. It was initially reported as an injured fibula, but the team has since confirmed that the tight end suffered a non-displaced fracture in his leg. Houston confirmed yesterday that the injury has caused them to place Daniels on their short-term Injured Reserve...

Schaub remains Texans starting quarterback, will face Rams on Sunday

Quarterback Matt Schaub will remain in the starting lineup for Sunday’s game against St. Louis at Reliant Stadium Texans coach Gary Kubiak said today. Kubiak ended speculation that Schaub might be replaced by T.J. Yates at his postpractice news conference. Yates replaced Schaub early in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s 34-3 loss at San Francisco where the Texans fell to 2-3 with...

Texans to start Matt Schaub against Rams

  getty images The Houston Texans are sticking with Matt Schaub as their starting quarterback for Sunday’s game against the St. Louis Rams. “Matt gives us our best chance to win,” coach Gary Kubiak said. “It was a tough decision, real tough.” The Texans only have T.J. Yates as their backup and simply feel he does not provide the team with a chance to win. Meanwhile the...

Matt Schaub Gets An Unwelcome Visitor

Schaub: Ah, nothing like a glass of warm milk before bed!Mrs. Schaub: Honey, I think I heard a noise downstairs, could you check it out?Schaub: Again? Ugh. Fine.*white picket fence gate flies open*Fan: You’ve got some nerve, you piece of sh*t.Schaub: Excuse me?Fan: YOU HEARD ME. YOU’VE GOT SOME NERVE. What you did on Sunday was an EMBARRASSMENT to good Texas football.Schaub:...

The POGs: 49ers Edition

Welcome back, Houston faithful! On this week’s installment of Players Of the Game, we dig deep to find what little positives we could come up with in the loss against the San Francisco 49ers. Let’s get started.   Houston Texans Offensive POG: Arian Foster With an offense that has only put up a touch down in one of its last three losses, Arian Foster has to be the obvious bright...

NFL VP: Man yelled obscenities at Matt Schaub's home

NFL vice president of security Jeff Miller confirmed Wednesday to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport that the league is aware of an incident at the home of Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub involving a fan. "This is a little unusual in that we don't normally have fans acting in this way going to a players residence that sort of thing" Miller said. "In this case...

Houston Texans Cheerleaders Getting Over the Hump on Freestyle Friday

Normally when I watch the Freestyle Friday clips I'm thinking--hot dance moves (will never be able to do any of them) babes...go babes.Yeah, something like that. Since I know how many of the folks that checkout my blog are looking to see the latest  dance moves  it  was my duty to them to provide them with a clip of some lovely young ladies...

Kubiak sticking with Schaub at QB

Houston coach Gary Kubiak says Matt Schaub will start on Sunday against St. Louis, but added that staying with the beleaguered quarterback was a ''tough decision.''

The Texans can win by getting back to basics

The Houston Texans are a good football team. I can say that with 100% honesty all the while keeping a completely straight face. So, if we work off the base premise that the Texans are indeed a good football team, why has their season gone from on track to terribly wrong in just a few short weeks? In a word, carelessness. Houston sports a top-tier defensive unit that, if given...

Arian Foster and the Underrated Value of Positive Press

For almost the entire summer, beginning mid-to-late June and lasting well into August and early September, almost every media outlet was focused on one person: Aaron Hernandez, the now-former New England Patriots tight end who is being charged with first-degree murder (he has pleaded "not guilty"). From the second the news broke, people across the country were following...
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