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Don't fret Patriots fans, the team has looked bad this season, but not as bad as most of the AFC. Even after New England's near debacle against the Jets on Sunday, you can still count the Patriots among the AFC's top three teams. After blowing out the Ravens, the Texans can be firmly penciled in to the No. 1 slot so far in the AFC. They have a good enough offense built off an impressive zone-blocking rushing attack and just above game manager-play from Matt Schaub. The defense is what really propels them, with possible-MVP J.J. Watt swatting passes and sacking quarterbacks at a historic rate. The team is still ticking despite losing star linebacker Brian Cushing because they have so many other strong pieces to work off of. The Ravens may have beat the Patriots in Week 3, but that was before losing Ray Lewis and Lardarius Webb for the season, and before Ed Reed and Haloti Ngata got banged up. Terrell Suggs may have been back in Week 7 -- and he certain...

Ravens activate Terrell Suggs, cut Sergio Kindle

Most said he wouldn't play this season, but Terrell Suggs is out prove to them wrong. The Baltimore Ravens activated him today, so he's now officially on the roster, and could possibly play Sunday against the Houston Texans. The team however, is mum about his availability. Suggs, the reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year, has missed the first six games of the season...

Video: Houston’s Glover Quin makes amazing one handed interception

With the ball on Houston’s thirty-six yard line, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco tried to help his time find the end-zone for the first time all game. Instead, his pass was tipped by rookie Whitney Mercilus and then intercepted by safety Glover Quin. Quin is able to tip the ball into the air twice, as he is falling to the ground and make the one handed interception. This...

Ravens Primer: 3 Things to Watch

Talk about an important game on the heels of what people are calling a wake up call after the Sunday night debacle for the Houston Texans. The Achilles heel of the Texans of the past few seasons are coming to town in the Baltimore Ravens. This game is important on so many levels in that the Texans need to show themselves that last week’s loss was a bump in the road and they can...

Week 7 Recap: Baltimore Ravens at Houston Texans

Welp, the AFC is wide open again. Funny how things change in a week’s time during October. One week, the Texans and Patriots are losing while the Ravens are booking their Super Bowl trip. Now, the Texans seem like the top dog, the Patriots reclaimed first place in the AFC East and people are wondering if the Ravens can hold off the Steelers in their own division. A rather drastic...

PHOTO: Booker T & Wife Sharmell at Sunday’s Houston Texans vs Baltimore Ravens Game; Booker Was Honorary Captain

SmackDown General Manager Booker T acted as the honorary team captain for the NFL’s Houston Texans as they defeated the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. Booker received a big pop when he was introduced to the crowd. Here’s a photo of he and Sharmell at the game: FOLLOW US on TWITTER at and LIKE US on FACEBOOK using key word "WrestleChat".

Texans Defensive End J.J. Watt Tells Ray Rice He Eats Burritos Bigger Than Him (Video)

If you haven't heard the hype over Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt yet, you probably don't watch football much. Watt already has 34 tackles and 9.5 sacks after week 7 this year.  Absolutely huge numbers to go along with a huge frame.  The guy is just a beast, it's a strait up fact.  Along with his numbers, he also provides the Texans with some good laughs...

Tough outing in Houston...back to the drawing board for Ravens...

Despite the amazing renaissance of OLB Terrell Suggs who basically rose up from the dead, the Ravens were unable to compensate for their current defensive deficiencies... and got pounded by the Houston Texans, 43-13...Matt Schaub threw two touchdown passes, Arian Foster ran for two scores and the Texans dominated a showdown of the conference's top two teams, routing the Baltimore...

J.J. Watt mic’d up talking trash with Ray Rice

ESPN has had a recent segment on at half time of the Monday Night Football game that is called “soundtracks” and it is a compilation of some of the best things said by players and coaches who are mic’d up during the games on Sunday.Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt has spent a ton of time in the spotlight this year because of his play, and this line will probably end up...

J.J. Watt to Ray Rice: I’ve eaten burritos bigger than you (Video)

J.J. Watt was mic’d up for last Sunday’s Texans-Ravens game, and he got off one of the funniest trash talk lines we’ve ever heard. During ESPN’s halftime segment on Monday Night Football called “Soundtracks,” the Texans star defensive end was seen saying, “I’ve eaten burritos bigger than you,” to Rice. The line was so funny it even appeared to make one of the Ravens...

J.J. Watt tells Ray Rice “I’ve eaten burritos bigger than you” (video)

During last night’s ESPN sound tracks, there was a part where Texans defensive end J.J. Watt was mic’d up and he told Ravens running back Ray Rice that he’s burritos … Continue reading »

AP PHOTOS: Texans win over Ravens tops NFL Action

The Houston Texans beat the Baltimore Ravens for the first time in seven matchups in a 43-13 win on Sunday. Antonio Smith had two sacks, J.J. Watt deflected a pass that led to an interception and Houston's defense returned to form after an embarrassing loss to Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers last week. In other NFL action on Sunday, the Giants defeated the Redskins 27...
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