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Foster strives to be known as more than a running backUpdated Jan 12 Share Tweet
Since Arian Foster considers himself, among other things, to be a dedicated follower of football fashion, his flights of fancy can throw some unexpected twists into the Texans’ orderly, structured routine. Foster, for example, announced at midweek it wa
For Texans, ‘Next man up’ motto traces origins to GM’s workUpdated Jan 12 Share TweetFOXBOROUGH, Mass. - Inside linebacker is a good example of what the personnel department means to the Texans. Because of injuries, five different inside linebackers have started games this season. Since the start of last season, the Texans’ motto hasShare TweetThe Texans are one step away from hosting the AFC Championship Game. Granted, it’s one very big step. Former University of Texas kicker Justin Tucker kicked a game-winning field goal in the second overtime as the Baltimore Ravens upset top-seeded DenverShare TweetThe Denver Broncos would very much like to thank the Houston Texans for waiving return man Trindon Holliday after Week 5 of the 2012 NFL season. The Broncos picked up the third-year man from LSU, and they haven't lost a game since. In fact, Holliday was…Share TweetThe King isn’t always right. I’m just so rarely wrong that people think that’s the case. My preseason pick of a Texans-Packers Super Bowl might be up against it this week, but I’m not bailing on it just yet. Yes, that means I am picking the Texans
Get the latest from Ultimate Texans staff on social mediaUpdated Jan 12 Share TweetGet the latest from Ultimate Texans staff on social media Keep up with the latest social media posts from the Houston Chronicle's Ultimate Texans staff.Share TweetThree Texans received All-Pro votes, but did not make the first or second team. Running back Arian Foster received three votes, center Chris Myers received seven votes and guard Wade Smith received one vote. Myers’ votes were the third most among centerShare TweetWhen the Associated Press announced its All-Pro Team on Saturday morning, just two players received 50 of a possible 50 votes: Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, and Houston Texans defensive lineman J.J. Watt. No surprise in either case, as…
Jim Trotter: Kaepernick answers another question with dazzling playoff deb…Jan 12SAN FRANCISCO -- Perhaps 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh is a football savant, because his decision to change starting quarterbacks midway through the season is, for the time being, proving to be as cunning as it was calculated.
NFL playoffs -- Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos choked in historic fashion …Jan 12Peyton Manning and the Broncos victimized themselves with a choke job for the ages against the Baltimore Ravens.