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11-1 starts by Texans, Falcons no guarantee of Super seasons
And the South shall rise again? If the AFC’s front-running Texans and the NFC-leading Atlanta Falcons stay on track to reach the NFL’s finish line in New Orleans on Feb. 3, it will be the first of 47 Super Bowls between two teams from Dixie. At 11-1,Upvote Share Tweet
One day after the regular season ends, a panel of sports writers and broadcasters will vote on individual awards in the NFL for the Associated Press. Three players are in the running for NFL Defensive Player of the Year: Texans defensive end J.J. Watt, …Upvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Updated Dec 8, 2012After missing two games with an ankle injury, Patriots defensive end Chandler Jones says he’s ready to go for Monday night’s AFC showdown against the Texans. Although Jones is listed as questionable on the official injury report, he didn’t sound likUpvote Share Tweet
Know Your Enemy — A Scouting Report on the PatriotsOFFENSE DEFENSE Teams PF/PA Rush Pass Total Rush Vs. Pass Vs. Total Houston Texans 29.3 / 18.4 141.4 247.1 388.5 88.2 234.8 322.9 New England Patriots 35.8 / 21.7 140.8 285.5 426.3 101.1 280.6 381.7 d Patriots on Offense * The Patriots are a much more .…Upvote Share Tweet
Texans vs Pats — A critical game…unless it isn’t…By DanPBack by popular demand! Dan P. has offered up his takes on the upcoming MNF match-up between our hometown squad and the New England Patriots. As for my own takes, here’s what I think has to happen for the Texans to win: The Texans offense has to play biUpvote Share Tweet
Texans vie with Patriots for AFC supremacyESPN.com Updated Dec 8, 2012It’s been a while since the New England Patriots won a Super Bowl, but they remain the standard-bearers in the AFC. They’ve been to two of the past five Super Bowls, including the most recent one. They’ve been in five of the previous 11 Super BowlsUpvote Share Tweetyahoo.com Updated Dec 8, 2012Your browser does not support iframes. When the Houston Texans travel to meet the New England Patriots this weekend, they'll look a bit like something right out of "Friday Night Lights." That's because every Texans player will be wearing custo…Upvote Share Tweet
Tom Brady The Family ManDec 8Tom Brady sits down with Mike Tirico prior to the Patriots' Monday Night Football game with the Texans.
NFL: Onus on league to deal with guns, drunken driving, domestic issuesDec 8After another tragic Saturday, the NFL must rethink how it's addressing some of the less discussed issues affecting its brand, Jeffri Chadiha writes.