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This is the latest post in Kurt’s continuing series to identify the NFL’s Ultimate Franchise Player of All-Time. For an explanation of his methodology for choosing each franchise’s ultimate franchise player, and then how you and he will choose the NFL’s Ultimate Franchise Player from that list, click here. To see all the category page for this series, of which there will be one for every franchise, click here. Previous selections: ARI | ATL | BAL | BUF | CAR | CHI | CIN | CLE | DAL | DEN | DET | GB As Allen Parsons Project would say – ‘Where Do We Go From Here…’ In the latest edition of MSF Franchise Player, I go from the team with the most amount of history (Green Bay Packers) to the team with the least in the Houston Texans. The Brief History of the Houston Texans It is like going from the Gulf of Mexico to the local kiddie pool, maybe about knee-deep. Andre Johnson participated in one of the more infamous moments in Texans’ history. He’s also been one of the franchise’s best pla...
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The Texans blew their chance at the top seed in the playoffs following a huge collapse, where do they go now?
Here is my first look at the NFL Draft. There are a lot of teams that need quarterbacks this year. The problem, there are not enough QB's in the draft.
I expect to see teams trying to trade down, will they have any takers?
1. Chiefs - Bjoern...
The Houston Texans announced they have resigned outside linebacker DeLano Johnson who spent the entire 2012 season on the practice squad. Johnson came to Houston as an undrafted free agent from Bowie State and made an impression in training camp to make the practice squad.
Johnson is a gifted athlete who measures at 6-4 and 280 lbs. which is much-needed size at the outside linebacker...
QB Matt Schaub and Houston Texans were sitting on top of the world close to end of the regular season. Then things suddenly changed, and they found themselves backing into the playoffs and walking into a another right cross from the New England Patriots, the team who started their demise in the first place.
Today according to the Houston Chronicle’s John McClain, the Houston Texans signed free agent quarterback and former Texas A&M Aggie, Stephen McGee. The former backup quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys, was a 4th round pick (101st overall) in the 2009 NFL draft, and was the back up his three seasons in Dallas. McGee was drafted by Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips...
Matt Schaub is in the Pro Bowl this year. That means less now than it before they scheduled the Pro Bowl such that the Super Bowl participants couldn't make it, and it means even less for Schaub now than it did when he made it in 2009.
Schaub threw for more than 4,000 yards this season and led the Texans to the AFC South championship. But he played poorly enough in the playoffs...
Also to go along the signing of quarterback Stephen McGee the Houston Texans have also signed free agent linebacker Mike Mohamed. Mohamed played college football at California with the Golden Bears, and was drafted by the Denver Broncos in 2011 in the 6th round (189th overall) in the NFL draft.
Mohamed has spent time with Broncos, Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans organizations...
Hindsight is 20-20 and for the Houston Texans the 2012 cap situation put the team in some bad spots, and forced their hand to make some moves. We understand in a perfect world you want to keep everyone, but this is the NFL and there has to be moves made for the greater good of the organization.
We list the top five moves that if the Texans could re-do they would at least take a look...
It’s often you have players who come out and play above expectations and that was the case for five Houston Texans in 2012. The list is composed of players that were in the spotlight and a few that were behind the scenes but put together some solid play for the Texans.
Take a look at our biggest surprises of the 2012 season for the Texans.
It was pretty clear...
Team needs and impending free agents for the Houston Texans.