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Hoyer tries hyperbaric chamber to recover from concussion

Brian Hoyer is leaving no stone unturned in his effort to come back from his second concussion of the season. According to the Houston Chronicle via Pro Football Talk, the Texans quarterback has spent $20,000 on a hyperbaric chamber. Brian Hoyer’s trying acupuncture, hyperbaric chamber in effort to return from concussion https://t.co/sRDq5vF3Bo — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk...
Via The Sports Daily
December 24, 2015  |  Discuss

With Brian Hoyer out, it's T.J. Yates' time to shine for Texans

T.J. Yates sparked the Houston Texans to victory over the undefeated Cincinnati Bengals on Monday night, and now he’s going to have another chance to provide his team with a boost in Week 11. Starting quarterback Brian Hoyer has been ruled out with a concussion, making Yates the next man up for the AFC South playoff contender. Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle broke this news...
Via Sportsnaut
November 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Houston Texans sign T.J. Yates, should reach out to Tim Tebow

Could the Houston Texans quarterback situation get any worse if they entertained the idea of signing Tim Tebow to the team? Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports the Texans are bringing back T.J. Yates, who played for three seasons with the team, starting five games back in 2011. Yates last played in a regular season game during his tenure last year with the Atlanta Falcons...
Via Sportsnaut
October 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Are the Houston Texans Missing Former Quarterback T.J. Yates?

When the Houston Texans traded quarterback T.J. Yates to the Atlanta Falcons part of the team's history went with him. He did win the franchise's first playoff game during his rookie season, but since than he just didn't have much to offer. After barley playing in 2012 he was given a quick hook in 2013 after imploding against the Rams in mid-October.He never set foot on the playing...
Via FatManWriting
September 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Atlanta Falcons QB T.J. Yates named a top-5 hero in NFL from last week

Most people consider the final preseason game as a throwaway; regular starters don’t play, so it’s reserved mostly for guys who will be selling insurance three days later. But that notion, while grounded in some element of truth, isn’t 100 percent accurate. In fact, some on the bubble were able to play their way onto (and off of) rosters last week. Who fell into each category...
Via cover32 - Falcons
September 02, 2014  |  Discuss

I Hate Thursday: Goodbye T.J. Yates, Hello Ryan Fitzpatrick

In this week’s edition of “I Hate Thursday” we recap the Houston Texans and their decision to say good-bye to T.J. Yates while giving Ryan Fitzpatrick the nod to become the team starter. I did already have some form of a take on this yesterday, but I will try to explain more in-depth as to why this is a mistake. First off, yes Yates wasn’t as good as advertised. In 2011,...
Via cover32 - Texans
June 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Falcons acquire experienced QB Yates in trade with Texans

Hours after Falcons coach Mike Smith discussed his team's open competition at the quarterback spot behind starter Matt Ryan, Atlanta's front office all but ended the conversation. The Falcons acquired former Texans starter T.J. Yates in a two-player trade on Wednesday night, sending linebacker Akeem Dent to Houston in return. The acquisition assures the Falcons have plenty of insurance...
Via Fox Sports South
June 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Why T.J. Yates deserves another shot to start

There are rumors out there that the Houston Texans have named Ryan Fitzpatrick their starter for the upcoming season, or that he is atleast the favorite. Fitzpatrick has lacked consistency his entire career, tossing 106 touchdowns but 93 interceptions in his eight year career. Case Keenum did show some impressive moments when he played last season, but lacked consistency and didn’t...
Via cover32 - Texans
June 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Texans mimicking Patriots under new coach O'Brien

As the Houston Texans attempt to rebound this upcoming season after a dismal '14 campaign, it makes sense for them to mimic one of the perennial best teams. According to quarterback T.J. Yates, the Texans this season will be the Patriots 2.0 under new head coach Bill O'Brien. "Obviously watch a lot of Patriots films and seeing how they do it." Yates told CSN Houston. "We're trying...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
May 30, 2014  |  Discuss
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