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A difficult season just got a little tougher for the Houston Texans. Not only do they have to get Matt Schaub over a horrible case of Pick 6-itus (nasty little disease), but they will have to do it without the services of one of the more reliable tight ends in the NFL.
During the Monday Night Football game rumors began to make the rounds online that Daniels may be out for awhile with some sort of fibula injury. Tuesday morning those rumors became fact when the team announced that Daniels would be out for 4-6 weeks with a non-displaced fibular fracture.
The team will hope that Garret Graham can pick up the slack in the interim, but it would not be surprising to see them give 6'6" rookie Ryan Griffin a look as well.
Fantasy owners might want to grab Graham as quick as they can, but if he is already gone it might not be a bad idea to go after Jeff Cumberland. Yeah, he has been a nobody up until last night's game agai...
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According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, the Texans are worried that tight end Owen Daniels will miss a few weeks after suffering a fibula injury.
The Texans are worried that TE Owen Daniels’ fibula injury could be serious enough to cause him to miss a few weeks.
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This week in Player Spotlight we will focus on one of the many offensive weapons that Matt Schaub has at his disposal. This player is an integral part of the offense and does a lot of the dirty work over the middle of the field. The player in the spotlight this week is considered to be Schaub’s safety blanket, tight end Owen Daniels.
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Since word of Houston Texans tight end Owen Daniels’ injury came out, it was clear that he could be required to miss time. It was initially reported as an injured fibula, but the team has since confirmed that the tight end suffered a non-displaced fracture in his leg. Houston confirmed yesterday that the injury has caused them to place Daniels on their short-term Injured Reserve...
Houston tight end Owen Daniels had an MRI on his injured leg and is expected to miss 4-6 weeks, according to Texans beat reporter Tania Ganguli.Fantasy Spin:The injury is a non-displaced frature of the fibula. Owens is one of Matt Schaub's favorite targets and has accumulated 24 catches for 252 yards and three touchdowns this season. Garrett Graham will take his place in the passing game.
According to CBS Houston Sports 610, Houston Texans starting quarterback was visited by an unwelcome visitor at his Houston residence, an unhappy fan. The full report is here from Sports 610.
Here’s another tough blow to Matt Schaub’s already shaken confidence.
ESPN.com is reporting that Texans tight end Owen Daniels will likely to miss four to six weeks after he suffered a non-displaced fibula fracture late in Sunday night’s game against the 49ers.
Daniels is tied for the team lead in touchdowns, and probably the only person Matt Schaub can get the ball to right now.
Matt Schaub has taken a few blows lately, especially after recording his fourth straight game with a pick six during the Texans' lopsided loss to the 49ers.
Before pick No. 4 was in the record books, one Houston restaurant decided to joke about Schaub's streak by creating a "Matt Schaub Special." It included a burger with the customer's "pick" of...
The rowdy fans showing up to Matt Schaub story just took another weird turn.
According to a press release from he Houston Police department, they are confirming that there was no call made from the Schaub resident to them, and they have no information about a disturbance at the residence as well.
That would contradict a report, filed Tuesday by CBS Houston, said that the fans...
Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak told reporters yesterday that he has decided to stay the course and keep struggling quarterback Matt Schaub as his starter. Kubiak made the announcement during his news conference, admitting that it was a "tough decision.""It was a tough decision," Kubiak said during the news conference. "Real tough. But I feel like...
Texans QB Matt Schaub will continue to start, according to coach Gary Kubiak.Fantasy Spin:Schaub set a record for futility with a fourth consecutive game throwing an interception for a touchdown. Kubiak's options are limited (T.J. Yates, Casey Keenum) and if the coach can help Schaub regain his confidence, he's still the team's best chance to win and go deep into the playoffs.
Houston coach Gary Kubiak says Matt Schaub will start on Sunday against St. Louis, but added that staying with the beleaguered quarterback was a ''tough decision.''
Schaub has had a terrible three weeks. He has thrown six interceptions -- three of them returned for touchdowns -- and the Texans have dropped three straight.
Kubiak said Monday that Schaub remained...
It's been a rough season for the Houston Texans so far; especially when the ball is in the hands of quarterback Matt Schaub. For four games in a row the man has had a ball intercepted and returned for a touchdown. What was supposed to be a Super Bowl season is not looking too good.
Fans need someone else. They need someone dynamic; that can make plays; who will at least try...