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In the first of a series of articles that will analyze the position battles heading into training camp for the Houston Texans, Texans 101 will look at the quarterback position. This is a logical place to start because of the importance of solid quarterback play, but most position battles are for starting jobs. There is no competition for the starting quarterback job, it will be Matt Schaub should he be 100% healthy (and all signs indicate he is). Past Schaub, there are three QBs fighting for two roster spots: T.J. Yates, John Beck, and Case Keenum.
This positional competition is initially between Beck and Keenum. In the minds of many, Yates’ performance last year once Schaub went down for the season with his Lisfranc injury unquestionably pencils him in as the teams #2 QB. As the #3 QB in 2011, Yates went 2-3 in the five regular season games he started, leading the Texans to their first AFC South divisional title. He then helped the franchise win its first playoff game in the wild...
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In this series we will look at potential road blocks for the Houston Texans heading into the 2012 season. This is part 4 of the series.
When you read about the Houston Texans you commonly find the words “Super Bowl” somewhere in the conversation and this thought has gained steam after a great run to the playoffs in 2011. The talk is warranted because...
As he heads into a contract year, the Texans reportedly want to see Matt Schaub, who is coming off a season ending foot injury, prove he can stay healthy before they give him a long term deal. Schaub is a very talented quarterback who has thrown 98 touchdowns to 58 interceptions, completed 64.3% of his passes and averaged 7.9 YPA in his career. However, for a variety of reasons,...
In this series we will look at potential road blocks for the Houston Texans heading into the 2012 season. This is part 5 of the series.
We have talked about injuries, contract issues, the quarterbacks the Houston Texans will see, and “If” they can handle the success from last season. There are so many road blocks for the 2012 Texans but ultimately it comes...
In this series we will look at potential road blocks for the Houston Texans heading into the 2012 season. This is part 3 of the series.
Let’s be honest, the 2011 Houston Texans seemed to be snake bitten every week when it came to an injury. It started during training camp and carried on throughout the season and it was so bad that Matt Schaub, Arian Foster...
According to Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com, Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub has been medically cleared to take part in training camp, once things kick off in a couple of weeks.
Schaub’s surgeon Dr. Robert Anderson gave him the green light at a recent check up, after undergoing surgery to repair a Lisfranc injury to his foot, per Kuharsky’s source.
After much success. we bring back ”Name that Texan!” We bring back 7 Texans players from the vault to see if you know who your past Texans were. Trust me, if you can recognize the past players we are fully impressed.
The answers are at the bottom of the post. Let us know how you do! Good Luck.
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This defensive end showed up in Houston after...
Andre Johnson turned 31 on Wednesday. He was 29 when he ripped off Cortland Finnegan's helmet. He was 28 when he flattened those three Arizona Cardinals on that famous touchdown catch. He was 27 when he led the NFL in receiving yards for the first time, and he was 23 when he made his first Pro Bowl.
It has been a long and dignified and dazzling career, and when you start talking...
There are a lot of great passing combinations out there, and today we break down the top 7 passing combos in the league today.
Rankings are based upon 3 criterias:
- Consistency through the years
- Last year's performance
- The talent/skills of the players
Here's the list (with ranked honorable mentions):
Honorable Mentions: 13. Andy Dalton & AJ Green...