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Welcome to another installment of Wild Card Wednesday, as I try to cram together all of the awesome, random things that we’ve been missing out on in favor of the big stories and half-naked Marisa Miller…
At some point on Sunday, Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub hurt his foot and now it looks like his season is over. I’m sure that the Texans won’t completely give up on Schaub until a doctor does something cool and drastic like slam his glasses down and yell, “Damn it, I’m not God!” In the meantime, the second coming of Matt Leinart is upon us, and somewhere there’s a Jacuzzi not being boned in.
Last night, Houston tight end James Casey Tweeted the above image of a local Hooters showing support for the new QB. Unfortunately, after calling the Hooters, I learned that they ran out of space and it should have read: “Hey Leinart, we believe you gave us all gonorrhea.” OK, I may have made that up. But would you bet against it?
I’ve got my fingers crossed for you, Texans fans. God k...
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“Next man up” has been the battle cry of the Houston Texans this season as player after player has succumbed to injury. Unlike years past, this years team has been able to not only plug in another player to fill the voids, this years team has been able to plug in players that have played well enough to make the Texans one of the best teams in the NFL. Now it is QB Matt Leinart’s...
In many ways, even one opportunity to get back on an NFL field is a small shot at redemption for Matt Leinart.
Adam Schefter of ESPN is reporting that Houston Texans QB Matt Schaub is done for the year with a foot injury. Schaub is seeking a second opinion next week, hoping he won’t have to have surgery on the Lisfranc joint in right foot.
Former Heisman winner Matt Leinart – whose last start came in 2007 – is expected to hold down the fort. Until when? “I’m not sure. I know there’s...
The Houston Texans are the best team in the AFC. That's at least what their record says, as Houston and Pittsburgh have the conference's best record at 7-3. However, they're about to be tested by injury. Texans coach Gary Kubiak informed reporters on Monday that quarterback Matt Schaub has suffered a "significant" foot injury. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported...
Has anyone taken inventory of exactly how well Texans safety Troy Nolan has performed since he replaced Danieal Manning in the lineup?
You remember Nolan, don't you? The supposed 'next man up' when Manning suffered a broken leg against the Titans on Oct. 23 in Nashville? When Manning, a crucial addition to the secondary via free agency, was felled the attention shifted...
By CHRIS DUNCAN
AP Sports Writer
HOUSTON (AP) -- Matt Leinart had a quick chat with Andre Johnson before leaving the Texans' locker room on Tuesday to catch a flight home to Southern California.
When he returns to Houston next week, Leinart will have a first-place team to lead. And maybe Johnson will be back from the injured list.
Leinart is the Texans' starting quarterback...
Mike Florio is joined by John McClain of the Houston Chronicle to talk about the Texans’ quarterback situation. McClain talks about Gary Kubiak’s future in Houston, Matt Leinart’s potential as starter with Matt Schaub out, Andre Johnson’s hopeful return after the bye week and more.
Former NFL coach and current NFL Network studio analyst Jim Mora on whether Houston Texans QB Matt Leinart can get it done in replacement of injured starter Matt Schaub, and whether the high-flying Green Bay Packers can go undefeated and how the New York Jets will defend against the run-heavy attack of the Denver Broncos…
As the regular season winds down, NFL fans have an eye towards the playoffs. In the AFC, will the road to the Super Bowl have to go through the New England Patriots? Given the events of this week, I would have to say that the New England Patriots will likely wind up with the number one seed in the AFC this season.
The obituary which was written for the New England Patriots...