Found October 15, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
According to Nick Sucrfield of, cornerback Johnathan Joseph is day-to-day with a sore groin.He should be sore after getting lit up by Aaron Rodgers last night.Joseph should be fine for this week’s game against the Ravens.

David Hunter Added To Active Roster

After the season ending injury to defensive end Tim Jamison, the Houston Texans have promoted rookie defensive lineman David Hunter from the practice squad. Hunter was signed as an undrafted free agent from the University of Houston (Waller H.S.) and he impressed in training camp to earn a spot with the team. At times, he worked both defensive end and nose tackle for the Texans during...

Week 7 tight end projections and rankings – 2012 Fantasy Football

So far this has been a down year for tight ends across the board, but fear not, I am here with your weekly tight end rankings for week 7 of fantasy football 2012.  The players on bye week are at the bottom of the list since these rankings are just for week 7, not for the rest of the year. Join the chat in the forums, and don’t forget to sign up for the $300 freeroll fantasy football...

Houston Texans fall in wake-up game against Packers

Texans players, including QB Matt Schaub (8), look in disarray at the scoreboard during Houston’s 42-24 loss to the Packers on Sunday. (AP Photo/Dave Einsel)If anyone was leery of a Houston Texans letdown in 2012, they now have some cold-hard proof to go with their theory, as the Texans were defeated 42-24 at the hands of the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night.The Texans fell behind...

Houston Texans lose first game at hands of Green Bay Packers, 42-24

The national spotlight has not been kind to the Houston Texans of late, playing a close game last week on Monday Night Football, and now suffering their first defeat of the 2012 campaign to the Green Bay Packers 42-24 on Sunday Night Football. The Texans were bound to lose eventually, it’s just unfortunate their first loss came in embarrassing fashion on national television. And...

Houston Texans WR Andre Johnson Breaks 10,000 Career Yards…

Houston Texans WR Andre Johnson Breaks 10,000 Career Yards - Congrats to Andre Johnson. All of his hard work and determination has certainly paid off as he now has over 10,000 career receiving yards, all of which he gained as a member of the Houston Texans. With career numbers like his, there is no doubt that Andre Johnson will be inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame one day. Read More Here!

Texans implode as unbeaten streak ends

HOUSTON If you needed to joke about the Houston Texans being overwhelmed, undisciplined or discombobulated in a 42-24 loss to the Green Bay Packers Sunday at Reliant Stadium, they gave you plenty of material. There's the one about Arian Foster twice getting tackled by nothing more than the grass under his feet. Happened to Ben Tate once, too. There was the one about the third...

AFC South week in review: Does anybody know what's going on out there?

Only in the wild and wacky NFL could we have a week like this past one. The Colts, fresh off their most inspirational win in awhile, came out flat as a pancake against the New York Jets. The Tennessee Titans, left for dead after bumbling their way to another loss in Minnesota, somehow took down the Pittsburgh Steelers at home. And strangest of all, the previously undefeated Houston...

J.J. Watt mocks Rodgers' belt celebration

After picking up a huge sack for the Houston Texans, J.J. Watt does what most defenders have done this year, and mocked the “Discount Double Check” or World Title belt celebration that Aaron Rodgers does. This time, the defensive end put his own unique spin on the celebration by throwing the belt away and saluting the crowd.Via: @cjzero

Two Texans players leave game with injuries

Two Houston Texans players left Sunday night's game against Green Bay because of injuries, and neither was expected to return. Reserve defensive end Tim Jamison left because of a right Achilles injury, and right guard Antoine Caldwell left with a concussion.

Texans WR Andre Johnson Just 61 Yards Away From 10,000 Career…

Texans WR Andre Johnson Just 61 Yards Away From 10,000 Career Yards - Texans WR Andre Johnson has a chance to surpass 10,000 career rec. yds. tonight in front of the home crowd at Reliant Stadium. He needs 61 yds to reach 10k. ‘Dre averages more yds per game receiving (78.3) than anyone in NFL history. Read More Here!

Matt Schaub a Grave Disappointment On Sunday Night

Houston QB Matt Schaub had his worst game of the year Sunday against the Packers.Fantasy Spin:The ninth-year quarterback was picked off twice and failed to reach 250 yards passing for the third week in a row. Schaub's QB rating over the past two weeks is a dismal 63.6.

Texans DE Jamison, Green Bay LB Perry injured

Texans defensive end Tim Jamison left Sunday night's game against Green Bay with a right Achilles injury and the team said he would not return. The 6-foot-3, 285-pound Jamison played in each of the Texans' first five games, backing up J.J. Watt. Jamison had nine tackles, including a sack, and a deflected pass this season. Packers linebacker Nick Perry left in the second...

Aaron Rodgers Showed The Texans Why He Was The M.V.P. With 6 Green Bay Touchdowns

Aaron Rodgers gave the Houston Texans why he was the N.F.L.’s M.V.P.. He made the Texans secondary look foolish as he threw 6 touchdown passes. Rodgers took control of the game early and didn’t let up as he threw for 338 yards and 6 touchdowns. Rodgers and his Green Bay Packers dominated the Texans who came into the game looking to get their sixth win to remain undefeated in...

Texans brace for playoff rematch with Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens will get no sympathy from the Houston Texans about their devastating injuries on defense. The Texans and Ravens are 5-1 and tied for the best record in the AFC going into Sunday's game at Reliant Stadium. The Baltimore defense will be without cornerback Lardarius Webb (torn ACL) and inside linebacker Ray Lewis (torn triceps). The Texans know how the Ravens...

Packers 42, Texans 24

HOUSTON -- Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers did an exceptional job dissecting the Houston Texans' defense with his dazzling combination of poise and precision. The last thing Rodgers needed Sunday night at Reliant Stadium was assistance. For some curious reason, during the most critical drive of the contest, the Texans felt compelled to render aid. And given the...
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