• Texans' 'nightmare' season comes to Indy

    Summary of 9 articles · Updated Dec 12, 2013
    He’d like to think he’s the man to keep the Texans’ 2014 season from being a repeat nightmare. "It's obviously a nightmare," Texans interim coach Wade Phillips told Indianapolis reporters during his Wednesday conference call. The same can’t be said for the Houston Texans The Texans began the season as Super Bowl contenders in the AFC with Denver and New England. What do you think the Texans will do with Phillips? : I don't think they'll shut him out, but wanting to succeed for the coach was never a proble...
    • Wade Phillips: This season is “obviously a nightmare”

      Texans interim head coach Wade Phillips didn’t pull any punches when asked what this season has been like. “Well, it’s obviously a nightmare,” Phillips said on a conference call with Indianapolis reporters. “It’s been so many games and so close, and jus…
  • Wade Phillips trying to light a fire under Texans

    Defensive end Antonio Smith insists Wade Phillips, 66, has the energy and enthusiasm of a far younger man and Phillips wouldn’t disagree, saying he’s emphasizing same with his players as he takes over the Texans this week. He wants the Texans to relax a…
    Source: chron.com
    • Texans’ Wade Phillips continues to make strong case for full-time hire

      Wade Phillips has had two answers for continuing questions about his desire to become the Texans’ next full-time coach: 1.) The team’s interim coach and defensive coordinator says he’s so focused on moving the Texans forward in the wake of Gary Kubiak’s…
      Source: chron.com
  • Texans double up on red-zone practice for QB Case Keenum

    Texans interim coach Wade Phillips said the team’s offense repeated its red-zone session during practice Thursday. The repetition wasn’t on the initial workout schedule. But Phillips acknowledged the Texans are trying to have second-year quarterback Cas…
    Source: chron.com
    • Texans’ Keenum says ‘pissed off’ team wants to finish season strong

      Texans quarterback Case Keenum believes the NFL’s worst team could be trouble for their final three opponents. Keenum said Wednesday the 2-11 Texans are “pissed off” and know they’ve already been counted out. With two AFC South rivals (Indianapolis, Ten…
      Source: chron.com
  • Double Coverage: Texans at Colts

    INDIANAPOLIS -- This was supposed to be a game that had AFC South division title implications between a Super Bowl contender and a playoff team, one that could have even been flexed on the schedule. At least that's the way it was envisioned when the sea…
    Source: ESPN.com
  • Yankees, Reds reportedly discussed Phillips deal

    The Reds and Yankees have held trade talks regarding All-Star second baseman Brandon Phillips, MLB.com confirmed via an industry source on Wednesday night.
    Source: MLB.com

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