Posts Tagged ‘Texans’
Posted: Thursday, January 3rd, 2013 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 49ers, bandwagon, Buffalo Bills, Chiefs, dalton, fans, green, guides, J.J. Watt, Jets, manning, Patriots, playoffs, Raiders, Texans, Tony Gonzalez
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Posted: Saturday, November 10th, 2012 | NFL Playbook Staff Tags: Playbook Sunday Lookout, 49ers, Bears, Broncos, Buccaneers, Chargers, Cowboys, Eagles, Falcons, Jets, Lions, NFC matchups, NFL Playbook show, Panthers, Rams, Saints, Seahawks, SUNDAY LOOKOUT, Texans, Vikings
The Chargers defense has played a single high coverage 76% (104/170) of the opponents drop backs. They will also be forced to stack the box due to RB Doug Martin’s presence.
Posted: Monday, October 22nd, 2012 | Ian Rapoport Tags: Rap Sheet Rundown, Ravens, Texans
Of all the things that came out of the ugly loss on Sunday by the Ravens, it’s that they have some issues that need to be fixed. Ravens coach John Harbaugh was pretty blunt with how everything should be looked at after the Texans beat them down. And as DT Haloti Ngata told me about the defense, “Right now, we’re at the bottom.“ They’ve lost LB Ray Lewis, they’ve lost CB Lardarius Webb, Ed Reed has a torn labrum, and Ngata pointed out, “Today I was… I wasn’t 100 percent.” Duh. And so, Baltimore looked like the worst 5-2 team you can imagine. And yet… they are still in prime position. With the bye coming up, with some top-notch coaches, […]
Posted: Sunday, October 21st, 2012 | Ian Rapoport Tags: Nine things, Browns, Falcons, Jets, Lions, Raiders, Ravens, Saints, Steelers, Texans
As we do every week, let’s take a swing around the NFL, looking at a bunch of random things… 1. I spent some time in Chicago earlier in the week at the NFL’s annual Fall Meeting, and many of the topics addressed here are from the meeting. There were a bunch of issues discussed, but nothing more important happened than the introduction of Browns owner Jimmy Haslam III. I know it won’t exactly affect the team’s performance on the field today — or, likely won’t — but it is noteworthy. After years of having an owner in Randy Lerner who was never around, Haslam will be the opposite. He’s moving to Cleveland. He’ll be present, his family will be present… […]
Posted: Monday, October 15th, 2012 | Ian Rapoport Tags: Rap Sheet Rundown, Packers, Texans
We arrived in Houston last night for the Packers-Texans game, expecting to see a showcase of one of the NFL’s heavyweights. We did. Except, it wasn’t the Texans. QB Aaron Rodgers put on a show, a six touchdown masterpiece in a 42-24 beat-down of the Texans. All those offensive struggles, the inaccuracy from Rodgers, the up-and-down play? Not last night. Instead, it was the Texans shooting themselves in the foot. As for Rodgers, he put the team on his back. And, as I learned in the Packers locker room, it’s exactly what he told his team would happen. He wanted to be a leader, and he led. “It was time for our offense to make a statement,” center Jeff Saturday told […]