Found November 27, 2011 on
Pro Football Talk:
The Texans didn’t call “retired” quarterback Brett Favre two weeks ago, after starting quarterback Matt Schaub suffered a season-ending foot injury. Now that backup Matt Leinart is feared to be lost for the season with an apparent broken collarbone, will the Texans call Favre? Um, no. Peter King of Sports Illustrated explained during Football Night…
BEST OF MAXIM
After the Texans lost both Matt’s — Schaub and Leinart — to significant injuries, the Texans need help at quarterback if they want to achieve a playoff berth for the first time in franchise history.
Naturally, when a contending team needs a signal-caller, one name, for whatever reason, immediately comes to mind: Brett Favre.
When some begin to connect the dots, assuming the...
All the planets seemed to be aligned for the Houston Texans to finally take charge of the AFC South this season. Peyton Manning was injured, transforming to Colts from a contender to the worst team in the NFL. The Titans have played on valiantly with 36-year-old Matt Hasselback at quarterback and the ghost of Chris Johnson at running back. The Jaguars cut David Garrard before the...
The Texans are on the hunt for a signal-caller again, and a familiar name -- Brett Favre -- has emerged. But both the team and the QB deny that anything's in the works, or even possible for that matter.
I mean, Brett Favre threw interceptions before. You’re not going to have a perfect game all the time, you’re not going to have your best game all the time. I’ve have had horrible games in the past.”
– Darrelle Revis on his performance Sunday, to ESPN NY
Many who cover college football call the newly-named Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer a gentleman and a class act. And since I don't know him, I can't debate that, so I won't. I'll give him the benefit of the doubt there. Why wouldn't I? But over the last couple years, if there has been a prominent sports figure who has spoken out of both sides of...
Matt Leinart's return to the NFL lasted less than a half, and coach Gary Kubiak says the Texans will sign another quarterback this week. Perhaps even Brett Favre.
We’re a fan of Deadspin. Really, name a sports fan who isn’t. With that in mind, it’s certainly notable that Deadspin Editor-in-Chief has been promoted to the Editor-in-Chief of all of Gawker. To replace AJ Daulerio on Deadspin, the company pegged Tommy Craggs.
AJ Daulerio has pushed Deadspin into being arguably the largest and most important sports blog in the world. His crowning...