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Five times, Wade Phillips has joined a non-playoff team as their defensive coordinator. And for the fifth time this season, he turned them into a playoff team, this year with the Texans.
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Yesterday I delved into the possibility of the Houston Texans pursuing a NT in the first round of the 2012 NFL draft. However, that was pure speculation as my best guess would be that the Texans would draft a wide-receiver in the first round.
The need for a receiver to compliment Andre Johnson was made glaringly clear this past season.
WR Jacoby Jones, who has become public enemy...
With the season over for the Houston Texans the front office now begins to shift gears and prepare for the upcoming 2012 NFL Draft. Sure, the Pro Bowl is a few weeks away but nobody really cares about a game that does not matter. So, looking ahead to the upcoming draft the Texans must assess their needs in terms of players who will become free agents, depth at each position, and...
According to the Houston Chronicle’s John McClain, Auburn University is interested in Houston Texans’ quarterback coach, Greg Knapp. Knapp just finished his second year with the Texans, and had a huge impact on the development of T.J. Yates.
Texans quarterback is quick to give praise to Greg Knapp on helping him the past two seasons as a signal caller. Knapp was instrumental in...
According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, the Texans will likely not place the franchise tag on linebacker Mario Williams since it would account for $23 million against the cap. The Texans can afford to have that much money on their payroll.
McClain believes that the Texans will likely get a deal done with Williams as they get closer to the beginning of the league year...
Corner Back Kareem Jackson showed improvement from year 1 to year 2, but how much does Kubiak and the staff trust him to be the true #2 CB behind Johnathan Joseph ? I don’t think the coaching staff has as much faith in Kareem Jackson as some think … [visit site to read more]
Tough Choices ahead for Houston Texans Front Office. - Toro Times - Toro Times - A Houston Texans Fan...
Center Chris Myers and defensive end Antonio Smith have been added to the AFC Pro Bowl roster.
Myers replaces Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey, who will miss the game with an ankle injury. Smith replaces Patriots defensive end Mark Anderson, who was placed on injured reserve with a thigh injury.
A sixth-round pick out of Miami by the Denver Broncos in 2005, Myers became a full-time...
Houston Texans veteran quarterback Jeff Garcia is doing his best to put himself in Terrell Owens' shoes.
In a matter of speaking, the 41-year-old Garcia knows the situation of his former San Francisco 49ers teammate all too well.
After Owens announced that he's going to play for the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League, Garcia was reminded of his 2010 days with...
For Houston, the year of the “Next Man Up” is nevermore as the Texans lost 20-13 to the Baltimore Ravens in a hard fought divisional battle.
Where I was Nostradamus:
“Frankly, it's tough to bet on a fifth-round rookie quarterback, going into Baltimore in his first road playoff, against a Ray Lewis-led defense that boasts a bevy of Pro Bowlers, sprinkled with some...
Houston Texans center Chris Myers and defensive end Antonio Smith have been added to the AFC's Pro Bowl roster.
Two Houston Texans players -- center Chris Myers and defensive end Antonio Smith -- and Oakland Raiders long snapper Jon Condo were added Thursday to the AFC's roster for the Jan. 29 Pro Bowl in Honolulu. Seattle Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson was added to the NFC's roster.