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We noticed a tweet this afternoon from @bdeoff mentioning something about a J.J. Watt wedding cake. Being such big fans of sports themed cakes naturally this tweet caught our attention. After checking it, out this baby didn’t disappoint. It’s detailed down to the Nike logo on the jersey and even looks like it’s close to life size rendition. All in all, very impressive cake work. Here are some tweets that @bdeoff sent out to both Rovell and J.J. Watt trying to get some love for his dessert. This Stephanie is a hell of a find. Any wife who is down for an NFL themed wedding cake is certainly a keeper in our book. No word yet from Watt on what he thinks of the cake. Filed under: Football, NFL
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JJ Watt, the Houston Texan linebacker, sent out a Twitter yesterday saying he didn’t care if you were a 5 star recruit or not and that it’s all about how much work you put in. Watt was a 2 star recruit and now plays in the NFL. Good advice that some recruits could take to heart. Watt is a star for the Texans and is giving a great advice.
Congrats to all recruits signing today...
More than usual, it looks like Houston Texans’ Owner Bob McNair has been making the rounds and making his voice heard. Mr. McNair does not talk often but when he does it usually has validity. Since the Texans’ season ended, he has been talking to numerous outlets and being put on record on what he feels the team should be looking for this off-season.
There has been little change...
We already know he's sweet enough to pretend marry a little girl, but this is in the more literal sense.
This picture of a fan's groom's cake was tweeted to the Defensive Player of the Year, Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt.
While the craftsmanship is admirable, you know if the Cake Boss had built this sucker the arms would be swatting at little footballs...
The 2013 NFL salary cap number has not been set yet, but the cap number has been estimated to be in the $121 million range. This being said the Texans are in better shape than they were entering the 2012 off-season. Below is the cap space for the AFC South and despite the lowest number is decision the Texans are in decent shape to make necessary moves to improve their 2013 team...
Houston Texans linebacker Brian Cushing suffered a torn ACL in October, and although the team had a successful season and made the playoffs, the injury was big blow to their defense. Texans owner Bob McNair is optimistic about Cushing being ready for next season,
According to Nick Scurfield of HoustonTexans.com, Texans’ owner Bob McNair says that linebacker Brian Cushing is ahead of schedule with his rehab after tearing his ACL this past season.
This is great news. It also helps Cushing that he tore his ACL in the middle of the season rather then later on. It gives him a better chance of being able to participate in training camp.
Houston Texans linebacker Brian Cushing tore his ACL during
a game against the New York Jets on Oct. 8. While the injury caused Cushing to
miss the remainder of the 2012 season, Texans owner Bob McNair told Nick
Scurfield of HoustonTexans.com that the linebacker is “ahead of schedule” in
Bob McNair cautioned that ACL injuries take time to fully heal but said @briancushing56...
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According to at least one bookmaker, the Houston Texans are just as likely to win the 2013 Super Bowl as the Baltimore Ravens are. But that's not exactly an endorsement.
The sports betting site Bovada installed the Houston Texans and Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens as equally likely to win the Super Bowl next season, but that was below five other teams.
Bovada has both...
It was not supposed to end like this for the Houston Texans. This was the year they were going to win the Super Bowl. With a healthy Matt Schaub, Arian Foster and defensive player of the year J.J. Watt there was no reason to worry. Instead, their 2-4 finish to the season, and an eventual loss in the Divisional Round of the playoffs would leave fans upset due to the lofty expectations... Read more