Photo by Marco TorresYesterday was a great day. The NFL season kicked off, the Texans were at home, and the weather was an unseasonably cool 96 degrees in Houston, perfect tailgating weather if you can deal with pit stains and butt sweat.
Oh, and the Texans beat the Colts in the opener for t ... More >>
Chris Johnson: Don't rush into a contract, dudeWhen I first got on Twitter a couple years ago, I followed Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson for the first few months.
For whatever reason, around this time, athletes thought it was a good idea to put up links to a uStream feed where ... More >>
Gary Kubiak: Three simple questionsThe only thing that has become more predictable than the Houston Texans' collective performance each Sunday (or random Monday or Thursday) is Gary Kubiak's weekly "day after game" press conference, not surprising since the content for the latter is a direct ... More >>
Boom goes the Texans' seasonFor once in the debacle that is the 2010 Texans, something feels different compared with Houston teams of recent past.
Finally, the Texans (5-9) appear to have quit.
The gut-wrenching heartbreaks, snatching defeat from the jaws of victory? Seen those before. Pl ... More >>
Orange slices for the Texans!"I wanted the team to know not only how close we think they are but how close our competitors think they are to being an outstanding team." -- Texans owner Bob McNair, presumably not being held at gunpoint nor under the influence of any drugs or alcohol
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Marco TorresAndre Johnson (left) was ejected from the game after a fistfight with Titans player Cortland Finnegan. See more photos from the game in our slideshow.For the first time in four weeks, the Texans left someone other than themselves and their fans feeling the effects of a punch.
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Down goes Finnegan!! Down goes Finnegan!!''I want to apologize to the organization, our owner and my teammates. What happened out there today wasn't me. I just lost my cool. I wish I could take back what happened. I can't. It's over and done with now. I'm pretty sure I'll be disciplined. I'll ... More >>
Texans: The hits keep comingThe beauty and curse of football is how much can be determined and learned through one single play. For Texans fans, never has that been more visible than Sunday.
Leading by four with the Jets at midfield with 24 seconds and no timeouts, two priorities should have ... More >>