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Johnson: ‘Have to keep fighting’ Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson caught eight passes for 95 yards in Sunday’s loss. “I feel bad, especially for the older guys, including myself, because you don’t get too many shots at this,” he said. “Me
Share TweetBefore Sunday’s game against the Patriots, Texans defensive end J.J. Watt went to midfield, spit on the grass and wiped his shoe. It so happened that Watt spat on the Patriots’ logo, which caused a pregame stir. Watt didn’t think his actions warrant
Third quarter changes momentumUpdated Jan 13 Share TweetFOXBOROUGH, Mass. — For the last 3½ minutes of the first half Sunday, the Texans acted like the team that some people briefly thought might be in the NFL’s best this season. Mired in a hole against the most formidable of opponents, a team pursuing it
Pats’ Wes Welker lets performance do talkingUpdated Jan 13 Share TweetBy Seth Lakso FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Speaking to a reporter Thursday, Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips may have served up some accidental bulletin board-material in the direction of Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker. “Ah, Welker’s not (Cincin
McClain: Familiar problems lead to eliminationUpdated Jan 13 Share TweetFOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The same problems that plagued the Texans over the last month of regular season — when they lost three of four games and blew home-field advantage — contributed mightily to Sunday’s 41-28 loss to New England. For the second conShare TweetFOXBOROUGH, Mass. - Brian Cushing felt helpless as he watched. The Texans were losing in the AFC divisional round again, and there was nothing he could do about it. There had been nothing he could do about anything they did for the past three months. So
Stepping It Up: When Rob Gronkowski and Danny Woodhead were hurt …Updated Jan 13 Share TweetWhen Rob Gronkowski and Danny Woodhead were hurt in the first quarter, the Patriots turned to their reserves and ripped the Texans 41-28. It is the Patriot Way, says Don Banks.Source: CNNSI.comShare TweetFOXBORO, Mass. -- By now, you have to wonder if the New England Patriots could even remember what full strength feels like, if they ever again are lucky enough to experience it. Here they are, making yet another deep playoff run, and they're faced with …
Attack Mode: Tom Brady found an edge, and the Texans never adj…Updated Jan 13 Share TweetTom Brady found an edge, and the Texans never adjusted, says Chris Burke, who weighs in on the Patriots' 41-28 win that set up a rematch with the Ravens in the AFC title game.Source: CNNSI.comShare TweetTexans receiver DeVier Posey suffered a torn Achilles tendon injury in Sunday’s loss to the Patriots. Posey went down in pain and had to be carted off the field, and he confirmed the diagnosis after the game. “It felt like I got shot. I’ve never fel
During Patriots win, Brandon Spikes shows off his sweet dance moves (VIDEO)Updated Jan 13 Share TweetDuring the New England Patriots' divisional win over the Houston Texans, Owen Daniels was dropped for a one-yard loss. He dropped the ball, but the play was whistled dead before the fumble. It didn't matter to Brandon Spikes. He used the chance to plead…Source: yahoo.comShare TweetThough Texans quarterback Matt Schaub had a solid game on Sunday against the Patriots, plenty of his yards and both of his touchdown passes came after Houston had fallen into a 25-point hole. Regardless, a season of high expectations ended with the Tex…Share TweetTom Brady became the winningest quarterback in postseason play, throwing for three touchdowns Sunday to beat Houston 41-28 and lift the New England Patriots into the AFC Championship Game.
Harvey: Wait until next year … againUpdated Jan 13 Share TweetFOXBOROUGH, Mass. - The good news … well there is no good news for the Texans. But if there were good news, it would be that the Texans play the New England Patriots at home in the 2013 regular season. There is always next season, for worse or worse.
Super Bowl hopes almost gone; Texans trail 38-13Updated Jan 13 Share TweetThe Texans' season-long push toward the Super Bowl is on the verge officially being erased.
Pats push lead back to 11Updated Jan 13 Share TweetYep, the Texans should have deployed an onside kick to start the third quarter. Instead, they kicked away. And Pro Bowler Matthew Slater returned it to the New England 31. And the Patriots then drove 69 yards in seven plays, with Stevan Ridley cappingSource: profootballtalk.com
Patriots keep piling on, lead Texans 24-13Updated Jan 13 Share TweetWhat break? New England took its opening third-quarter drive 69 yards in just 3 minutes, 30 seconds and quickly grabbed a 24-13 third-quarter lead against the Texans on Sunday during an AFC divisional playoff game at Gillette Stadium. Stevan Ridley’s 8-
First-quarter analysis: Throw more to Johnson, FosterUpdated Jan 13 Share TweetFOXBOROUGH, Mass. - The Texans should be leading this game, but they trailed 7-3 after the first quarter. They wasted Danieal Manning’s 94-yard return to the New England 12 on the opening kickoff. James Casey dropped a Matt Schaub pass. Then Schaub ov
Photos: From Houston to Foxborough, Texans fans cheer on their teamUpdated Jan 13 Share TweetPhotos: From Houston to Foxborough, Texans fans cheer on their teamShare TweetFOXBOROUGH, MA. - There were no surprises among the Texans’ inactives for today’s game against New England. Cornerback Roc Carmichael, cornerback Stanford Routt, linebacker Cameron Collins, guard Antoine Caldwell, offensive tackle Andrew Gardner, gu
Jackets not prominent for Texans this timeUpdated Jan 13 Share TweetFOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Five weeks ago, when the Texans got off their team busses here, they were all in new letterman jackets. It was a harmless gesture of team unity. Yeah, it’s a high-schoolish deal, but injecting a little high school-style spirit intoShare TweetFOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The inactives for today's Texans-Patriots divisional round playoff game: Texans CB Roc Carmichael CB Stanford Routt ILB Cameron Collins G Antoine Caldwell T Andrew Gardner G Cody White NT Terrell McClain Patriots WR Matthew Slater S…Share TweetSeattle at Atlanta 1:00 p.m. (FOX): Well, it's put up or shut up for the "Falcons stink in the playoffs" narrative. It really could not have shaken out any worse for them, though, as the white-hot Seattle Seahawks come into town. While Atlanta…Source: deadspin.comShare TweetIt’s awfully easy to look at the plays made by Trindon Holliday and Jacoby Jones in Saturday’s great Baltimore Ravens-Denver Broncos game and say the Houston Texans blew it. Both those guys belonged to Houston. Both those guys were cut by the Texans.Share TweetKenny Mayne examines the "heated" exchanged of blows between the hometown newspapers of the Patriots and Texans.
Texans Don't Matchup Against PatriotsJan 13James Walker and Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com on the Texans troubles this season against the Patriots.
Patriots Headed Back To AFC ChampionshipJan 13Shane Vereen combines for three touchdowns and over 160 yards of offense as Patriots put away Texans and advance to their seventh AFC Championship under Bill Belichick.
Countdown Daily Recap: Texans-PatriotsJan 13Jim Basquil and Eric Allen break down the Patriots' 41-28 win over the Texans.
GameDay: Houston Texans vs. New England Patriots highlightsJan 13Tom Brady and the New England Patriots advance to the AFC Championship Game for the second consecutive year with a 41-28 win over the Houston Texans.
Don Banks: No Gronkowski, no problem as Patriots offense steamrolls TexansJan 13FOXBORO, Mass. -- By now, you have to wonder if the New England Patriots could even remember what full strength feels like, if they ever again are lucky enough to experience it. Here they are, making yet another deep playoff run, and they're faced with …
NFL playoffs -- Can the Baltimore Ravens upset the New England Patriots fo…Jan 13It's Ravens vs. Patriots in the AFC Championship Game. How does the matchup shake out?
Don Banks: It was never easy, but Ryan, Smith solve playoff woes; more Sna…Jan 13FOXBORO, Mass. -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight as the most riveting weekend of NFL playoff action in memory winds to a breathless close....
NFL playoffs -- NFC finalists have been vindicatedJan 13The Falcons and 49ers found vindication while winning their way into the NFC Championship Game.