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After suffering a bad loss to the hands of Tom Brady and the Patriots the Texans are now back in a familiar place, out of the playoffs and wondering what went wrong. The Texans set their expectations for the season pretty high this year basically saying it was a Super Bowl or bust team. Now after falling short of the goal of the Lombardi trophy the Texans must look to learn from this years disappointments, and turn that into success. Many fans are blaming Texans QB Matt Schaub for the loss, saying he’s just not good enough. Schaub had a good year by anyone’s standards, and though he did struggle at times he was able to guide the Texans to the league’s second best record at 12-4 in the regular season.
While Matt Schaub did struggle at points during the season, he did lead the Texans to the franchises first 12 win season.
Playing defense and running the ball get you to the Super Bowl, and the Texans are very close to being the league at both. The coaching staff in place in Houston hav...
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Need proof that J.J. Watt is taking the Pro Bowl seriously? He showed off this bloody finger to Michele Tafoya, said his peace to Overlord Goodell and then went back out on defense on the next series for the AFC. You guys wanted effort in the Pro Bowl, so here it is. The guy could’ve called it a night and ordered a sideline cocktail. Not Watt. Warrior. Filed under: Football
Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub still believes he can lead his team to a Super Bowl after a disappointing season after getting manhandled by the Patriots in the divisional round of the playoffs.
“Absolutely I can,” Schaub said, per the Houston Chronicle. “With the guys that we have and the way our team is built, I definitely think so. I’ve had that confidence in myself...
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has indicated that players will have to give a 100 percent effort at this year’s Pro Bowl game, or else it will be eliminated.
Texans running back Arian Foster says people shouldn’t expect a full effort.
”This isn’t basketball – you can’t go play a pickup game of football,” Foster said.
Foster said if the NFL expects 100 percent effort...
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Peyton Manning and Arian Foster two of the NFL’s elite think Roger Goodell is off his rocker thinking he can get a better product in the Pro Bowl. The Pro Bowl is a pick up game, teams send the best of the best to play together in one game to highlight the best players in the NFL. If Goodell wants a better product then why not move the game until after the Super Bowl? This way...
David Carr: Carr was drafted No. 1 overall by the expansion Texans in 2002, but floundered in the NFL, leading the Texans to a 22-53 record in his five years starting with the team. Carr led the league in completion percentage, starting 16 games in 2006, but also threw just 11 touchdowns to 12 interceptions with 2,767 yards and 6.3 yards per attempt.
Carr led the league in times...
The Houston Texans signed eight players to reserve/future contracts, the team announced Thursday.
Barring injury, the Texans’ starting signal-caller next year will almost certainly be Matt Schaub. Even if backup quarterback T.J. Yates shines all spring and summer, it’s almost set in stone that he will be the No. 2 QB on the team in 2013.
However, it looks like a quarterback...