The Houston Texans schedule may even be tougher than it has been the past couple weeks when next Sunday arrives. Since Week 2, the Texans have consecutive losses to the Cleveland Browns and the Carolina Panthers.
A 24-9 primetime loss is hardly the way any player wants to start their NFL career, but that was the case for Houston Texans rookie quarterback Davis Mills on Thursday night against the Carolina Panthers.
Another year, another Josh Gordon reinstatement. Should the Houston Texans sign him? With the offense being as stagnant as it was on Thursday night against the Carolina Panthers, the Houston Texans could explore the opportunity to sign the well-documented troubled, yet skilled wide receiver Josh Gordon.
- Jon Greenard busted into the Carolina Panthers’ backfield for a strip sack Thursday night, forcing the first fumble of his career. Greenard hadn’t played in a game since last season as he was inactive for the first two Houston Texans games after spraining his ankle against the Green Bay Packers during a preseason.
The Houston Texans scouts can’t miss Kenneth Walker III. In what has been one of the earliest and most surprising Heisman candidates, Kenneth Walker III for Michigan State made the biggest entrance to the season.
This is getting old really fast with Joey Slye. The former Carolina Panthers kicker was signed after Kai’imi Fairbairn went on the temporary I.R. moments before the preseason game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Since the Texans don’t want to risk Watson getting hurt by playing and he is happy to never play for the franchise again, the Commissioner’s Exempt list doesn’t need to be used. Watson is still getting paid and is out of the spotlight.
What was that last night from the Houston Texans? Thursday Night Football turned into a Thursday Nightmare, as the Houston Texans played their worst game of the season in a 24-9 loss to the Sam Darnold-led Carolina Panthers.
A time for work, a time for play, a time...for vengeance? Houston, TX – What a week it was. It all started out with a slugfest in Cleveland, where the Texans demonstrated that they could put up a good half of football on the road in a hostile environment against a contending team.
- Texans kicker Ka’imi Fairbairn is making progress in his recovery from a groin injury and the team will evaluate him again next week on whether he can be activated from injured reserve and kick against the Buffalo Bills.
- Davis Mills calmly fired spirals, remaining fundamentally sound despite the hurried nature of the situation. Running the no-huddle offense against the Carolina Panthers’ top-ranked defense, a stout unit that sacked him four times and hit him nine times, the Texans’ rookie quarterback was extremely sharp.
Twitter had plenty to say about the size of his neck 1. Going back to my Hot Clicks days, I have written a lot of ridiculous things over the years for SI.com, but today may take the cake because I’m about to write a column about someone’s neck.