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Pyrrhic Victory May Have Texans Dialing Casey’s Number More Often

Published on: 18th August, 2009

Could Winning Shift Houston Fans’ Allegiance Again?

Published on: 10th July, 2009

Houston, it should be known, is a city which suffers from multiple personalities. It should be little surprise that this malady has long affected the way the city’s fans view their football teams. The city is home to two major universities, for example, which at various points have competed for or ...

“Dynasty” Predictions Don’t Fit HoustonTexans–Yet

Published on: 9th July, 2009

Some other posters here at Bleacher Report have hinted at it, while others have boldly proclaimed it. Are the Houston Texans on the verge of becoming pro football’s next great dynasty? Give owner Bob McNair’s management team credit: GM Rick Smith and head coach Gary Kubiak have assembled a lot of the ...

Secondary Remains Texans Biggest Question Mark

Published on: 5th July, 2009

As the pre-season predictions continue to drift in, the Houston Texans find themselves in a position they’re not really used to: entering training camp as the favorite to win their division. It’s cause for high hopes for Houston’s long-suffering football fans. It’s been years since a Houston professional football team has ...

“Git ‘Er Dun” Attitude Makes Houston Texans’ Receiving Corps Unique

Published on: 1st July, 2009

It began in the mind of Sid Gillman in the 1960s, when he made the San Diego Chargers the most pass-happy team in the old AFL. It evolved into “Air Coryell” with the St. Louis Cardinals and later evolved again with the Chargers under head coach Don Coryell.  Al Davis lifted the ...

The Colts Are Still the Team To Beat, but the AFC South Is Anyone’s Race

Published on: 27th June, 2009

The Indianapolis Colts still hold the pole position in the AFC South, but the other three teams in the race have the capability of taking the checkered flag. It won’t be sleek new aerodynamics, fuel efficiency, or revolutionary suspension which makes the difference, however: like an Indy-car race, the 2009 ...

Texans Counting on Top Draft Picks To Give Them Killer Instinct

Published on: 22nd June, 2009

They’ve got the players. They’ve got the battle plan. Now, the only thing the Houston Texans need to become a force in the National Football League is a killer instinct. It’s the one intangible of the NFL which separates a playoff team, especially a Super Bowl team, from the rest of the pack. Lack ...

Texans Sign Anthony Hill, Kris Brown

Published on: 17th June, 2009

  The Houston Texans on Wednesday announced they signed rookie tight end Anthony Hill, but did not immediately confirm a newspaper report stating the team had signed kicker Kris Brown to a four-year contract extension.   Hill, a 6'6", 265-pounder from North Carolina, was taken in the fourth round and has impressed the ...

Talent at RB Makes Texans’ Kubiak One Happy Camper

Published on: 17th June, 2009

  Have the Houston Texans found the tough-yardage back they’ve wanted for so long?   Not yet, says head coach Gary Kubiak—but when training camp starts July 31, he’s not exactly going to be moaning over the lack of talent.   “It’s hard to tell, but they all have the ability to run the ball ...

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