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There might not be a good time to play the 8-1 Houston Texans this season. But if there is a good time, it could be this week as the Texans are coming off an emotional 13-6 Sunday night victory over the Chicago Bears that stamped Houston as a prime Supe…
Share TweetBears linebacker Brian Urlacher left Sunday night’s game impressed by the Texans. Urlacher called running back Arian Foster a “bad ass” after the game was over and congratulated Texans safety Danieal Manning after Manning intercepted Jay Cutler inShare TweetWhat I think they’re thinking at the headquarters of the Indianapolis Colts this afternoon ... This confidence is good and we’ve positioned this team to carry ourselves with some swagger. But as Bruce Arians reminded us, we can lose to anyone. It’sShare TweetIndianapolis has lost starting cornerback Jerraud Powers and defensive tackle Drake Nevis for the rest of the season.
Most Boring NFL Team Inspires Most Boring NFL HeadlineUpdated Nov 12, 2012 Share Tweet"Jaguars sign another Greg Jones." This means that half the Greg Joneses to ever play in the NFL on are on the Jacksonville roster right now. They also kind of look like each other, right? Is that racist? More »Source: deadspin.comShare TweetJaguars coach Mike Mularkey’s Mondays are starting to resemble a less amusing Groundhog Day. Every week he comes to the podium to answer questions about how the team will find a second win this season, something that’s hard enough when he doesn’t a
Bears fans get married at tailgate before team’s disastrous lossUpdated Nov 12, 2012 Share TweetThe Chicago Bears' loss to the Houston Texans on Sunday was not a game most Bears fans want to remember. Jay Cutler and Shea McClellin left with concussions. The team turned the ball over four times in the first half. It was cold, rainy, and it halted t…Source: yahoo.comShare TweetWhile Texans linebacker Tim Dobbins argues that the NFL should pass on fining him for hitting Bears quarterback Jay Cutler in the helmet on Sunday night, the league is reportedly investigating another part of Cutler’s night. Cutler remained in the game,Share TweetThe Jaguars finally lead the league in a category. And it will be hard for anyone to catch up with their Joneses According to Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union, the Jags signed former Giants linebacker Greg Jones. They can now pair him with cur
Roundup: What You Missed The Weekend We Unforgot The '72 DolphinsUpdated Nov 12, 2012 Share TweetGo Home, Everybody: We Found The Most Ridiculous Fan In The World | He was at the Dolphins game. They lost by 34. To the Titans. Unforgotten isn't a word. Is that a bowling tattoo on the right side of his torso? Read » More »Source: deadspin.comShare TweetDolphins running back Reggie Bush lost a fumble and was benched after getting just five touches in Sunday’s 37-3 loss to the Titans. Afterward, Bush called the benching the right call. “I didn’t deserve to be back in there,” Bush said. “I fumble
Slideshow: AFC South Week 10 photosUpdated Nov 12, 2012 Share TweetSo I've jumped on the photo train as we're doing more with pics from us, at game, and from you -- at games, at bars, at home or just about anywhere. (You can also find me at pkuharsky on Instagram.) I think I've got some Ansel Adams in me, and you do to…
Jaguars' playing time vs. ColtsUpdated Nov 12, 2012 Share TweetPlaying time totals and analysis from the Jaguars’ game against Indianapolis on Thursday: OFFENSE (70 snaps) RB: Rashad Jennings 40, Jalen Parmele 27, Will Ta’ufo’ou 3, Montell Owens 6. TE: Marcedes Lewis 41, Zach Potter 3, Maurice Stovall 1, Guy WhSource: jacksonville.com
RTC: Pride triggered Titans' big dayUpdated Nov 12, 2012 Share TweetReading the coverage... Houston Texans It made “editorial sense” to compare these Bears to the Super Bowl shufflers, but Sunday night’s shutdown of Chicago is what the Texans do, says Jerome Solomon of the Houston Chronicle. These Texans are hardlyShare TweetBefore Sunday night’s impressive 13-6 win over the Bears in a rainy and windy Soldier Field, Texans defensive line coach Bill Kollar wasn’t feeling well. As explained by Mark Berman of FOX 26 in Houston, Kollar became ill. He was taken to a local hoShare TweetIf you want to earn the respect of a hard-hitting defense, you have to be hard-hitting yourself. So it was no surprise the Bears were impressed with Texans running back Arian Foster last night. “He’s a bad ass,” Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher said,
NFL32OT: Texans Are Right On TrackNov 12Episode 222: Wendi Nix and Antonio Pierce discuss whether the Texans can be Super Bowl contenders. John Clayton breaks down Mike Shanahan's future with the Redskins. The NFL32 crew discuss the Giants loss to the Bengals.
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Don Banks: Texans prove they're ready for the elementsNov 12CHICAGO -- Covering a Ravens-Texans game last month on a beautiful sun-splashed Sunday afternoon in Houston, I couldn't help but notice the powers that be elected to keep the roof at Reliant Stadium closed, even though the weather couldn't have been muc…