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State of the Texans:
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If things could have not gotten any worse for the Houston Texans on national television, it happened on Monday night versus the New England Patriots. Tom Brady and Company showed the Texans that missed opportunities would come back to haunt the Texans with a 42-14 thrashing at Gillette Stadium.
The Texans started slow and could not match the Patriots’ intensity from the get go and they could not get their footing offensively and early defensively while the Patriots scored touchdowns on their first three possessions of the game. There are plenty of things to look at in this game and not many positives, but let’s take a look at a few things from the game.
- Brandon Harris
With such a positive start of his defensive career last week, Harris showed how green he is as player for the Texans. Taking the place of injured cornerback Brice McCain, Harris’ time on the field the past two weeks has been marred by penalties and poor coverage. He has given up big plays on deep pass...
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Tom Brady celebrates after running for a first down during the third quarter of Monday’s Texans-Patriots game. Brady threw four touchdown passes as New England won in a route, 42-14. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia)
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New England Patriots fans everywhere, today is a much important day. For the last time until December 12th in the year 2112, it is the magnificent holiday known as Tom Brady day.
What does Tom Brady entail? Well on this day we celebrate the greatest quarterback in New England Patriots history and all his accomplishments. The Super Bowl championships, the records, and the MVP awards...
Maybe whenever Tom Brady does this he’s letting the defense know that he’s smarter than them.
Few athletes have the patience and desire to prepare themselves for battle after battle on the same level as Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. Every week presents a new challenge whether it’s playing in the frigid cold of Green Bay, the intense heat of Miami, the incredibly loud environment...
After remarks that this game might have been the biggest in the franchise of the team. After Texans players saying all week they understood what the game meant in terms of how things could shape up come playoff time. Even after hearing the Patriots talk about how they were preparing all week, the Houston Texans could not find a way to get it done on Monday night against a high powered...
Tom Brady led the Patriots to a big win over the Houston Texans on Monday Night Football. (Mandatory Credit: Michael Ivins-USA TODAY Sports)
1. New England Patriots (3): Here we go again; the late surge for the first seed. Does anybody doubt they’ll get it?
2. Houston Texans (1): They came out and laid a complete dud. Fans better hope that was a wake up call.
3. Denver Broncos...
The New England Patriots have been the biggest contrast in the NFL for the 2012 season. While boasting the most prolific offense in the league, they also boast one of the worst defenses as well.We know that Tom Brady gives this team the best chance to win of any quarterback currently playing the game. That shows in a league leading 425.7 yards per game along with 472 total points...
Tom Brady is my Vader Juan…
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and his wife, eventual billionaire model Gisele Bundchen, just welcomed their second child (Brady’s third) into the world. Joining the two boys that Brady has already fathered is a daughter named Vivian Lake Brady, which is considerably better than Katniss Vanellope. But I’m not here to make child birth announcements for millionaires...
The Patriots insist that their rout of the Texans was not a ''statement'' game to show they could excel against the team with the NFL's best record.
They made one - loud and clear - nevertheless.
Tom Brady and company let the dwindling group of doubters know that they can dominate even their best opponents and are still improving as they head toward the playoffs...
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning leads all NFL All-Stars in balloting for the 2013 Pro Bowl with 823,372 votes, NFL.com announced today.
2013 Pro Bowl voting ends Monday, December 17.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady ranks second overall with 746,710 votes, while Houston Texans running back Arian Foster (699,866 votes), Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson...
Adrian Peterson has Eric Dickerson on his radar screen after another beastly effort on Sunday afternoon, this one against the Chicago Bears.
The Minnesota Vikings running back is doing all he can to make us question everything we thought we know about modern medicine, as he continues to chase down Dickerson’s single-season rushing record, just a year removed from major knee surgery...
The best record in the AFC will mean little to the Houston Texans if they can't beat the defending conference champions.
The Texans lost for just the second time this season on Monday night when the New England Patriots coasted to a 42-14 win in a matchup of the two top teams in the AFC. Tom Brady threw for four touchdowns as the Patriots (10-3) opened a 28-0 lead and ended...
The New England Patriots have placed wide receiver Donte' Stallworth on injured reserve with an ankle injury.
The move on Tuesday ended his season after just one game, a 42-14 win over the Houston Texans on Monday night in which he scored on his only reception, a 63-yarder from Tom Brady. The Patriots, who had released Stallworth following training camp, re-signed him on Dec...
Tom Brady may not have had much sleep on Sunday night — since he and wife Gisele Bundchen welcomed baby daughter Vivian Lake to the family on...
(Cross posted from CelticsLife.com with a few edits of the promotional stuff, courtesy CelticsLife writer Mike Dyer)With the entire region still flying high after the Patriots evisceration of the Texans on Monday night football, it's no surprise that the Pats became a big time talking point at Celtics practice today. First, we found out that not only was Doc Rivers on the sideline...