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So far, Texans offensive coordinator Rick Dennison has landed on the interview list of only one NFL team - the Bears. His current boss thinks the time has come for someone to give Dennison a chance to run a team of his own. “I think he’s been read
Photos: Texans’ recipe for a payback against the PatriotsUpdated Jan 7 Share TweetPhotos: Texans’ recipe for a payback against the PatriotsShare TweetIf it's the NFL postseason, it's time for Patriots fans and columnists to ratchet their annoying tendencies up another few notches. Yes, they've reached many Super Bowls in recent years, and even won a few, and yes, we're all jealous of their success. B…Share TweetWhat I think they should be thinking at the headquarters of the Houston Texans this evening… We’re presumed dead. It’s understandable. We know what we did in New England last time. We hardly provided a lot of reasons for people outside this locker r
Belichick not impressed by blowout win over Texans on Dec. 10Updated Jan 7 Share TweetBy Jimmy Golen The Associated Press FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - To hear Bill Belichick glumly address reporters on Monday, you’d think the Texans blew New England out in the regular season - and not the other way around. “There were several things in that
Texans rebound at Reliant and move on to the next roundUpdated Jan 7 Share TweetWell, the Texans have done it again. In a repeat match-up against the Dalton-led Bengals, the Texans again sent the Katy native home for the season. But not without a fight. In the waning moments of the game the outcome was still not secured. While I’mShare TweetAs we get ready for Texans-Patriots Part 2 on Sunday in Foxborough, the Chronicle will take a daily look at some of the key matchups: Andre Johnson vs. Aqib Talib At first glance, Andre Johnson’s numbers in the regular-season meeting against the PatriotShare TweetIn December, the Patriots destroyed the Texans, 42-14. Which is great news for the Patriots, who get to play the Texans again on Sunday in the divisional round of the playoffs. Except for one problem: The Patriots have been down this road before: Two ye…Source: profootballtalk.comShare TweetNew England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady isn't resting on the fact that the first time his team played the Texans this season, they handily defeated them 42-14 on "Monday Night Football," when Houston was an AFC-best 11-1 at the time.
RTC: It's just the start for these ColtsUpdated Jan 7 Share TweetReading the coverage ... Football Outsiders discussed Bengals-Texans and Colts-Ravens as they unfolded. Houston Texans The Patriots' rout of the Texans turned on five plays, says Dale Robertson of the Houston Chronicle. That regular-season game in New E…
In Luhnow We Trust: The flag still flies but Astros still in crawl phase of rebuildingUpdated Jan 7 Share TweetAs the Texans keep hope alive - as well as the focus of the Houston sports world - the Astros inch closer to spring training. In case you’re still keeping up, mark it down. Pitchers and catchers start reporting as early as February 11. The Astros op
Foster Changes Twitter AvatarJan 7Arian Foster changes his Twitter avatar to a highly critical excerpt from a column by Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy.
AFC Divisional PlayoffsJan 7Eric Mangini, Herm Edwards and Tim Hasselbeck discuss which AFC team has the best chance to win a rematch in the divisional playoffs.
Brady Expects Different Game vs. TexansJan 7ESPN.com AFC East blogger James Walker discusses Tom Brady's comments that the "Monday Night Football" game between the Texans and Patriots will have no bearing on their playoff matchup.
NFL mailbag -- Carryover rules impact cap strategyJan 7The new carryover rule changes the way teams handle the salary cap. Plus: reader questions.
2013 NFL draft -- Zach Ertz of Stanford Cardinal enters NFL draftJan 7Stanford's offense will be without one if its premier playmakers after tight end Zach Ertz announced Monday he'll enter the 2013 NFL draft.
Peter King: RGIII injury closes the curtain on ugly Wild-Card WeekendJan 7Before we examine the final Ray Day in Baltimore and the Shanahan-RGIII race to blame in Washington (and elsewhere) and what in the world got into Chip Kelly, this observation about Wild-Card Weekend: That was some lousy football. It got me to thinking …