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Houston Chronicle Nov 25, 2015

Texans defensive end J.J. Watt named AFC Defensive Player of the Week

Texans star defensive end J.J. Watt's dominant performance against the New York Jets didn't go unnoticed.
Houston Chronicle Nov 23, 2015

Texans defensive end J.J. Watt dominates Jets, leads NFL in sacks

Texans star defensive end J.J. Watt remains the scourge of NFL quarterbacks, a distinction that applied again Sunday when he turned New York Jets offensive tackle Breno Giacomini into a human turnstile and slammed former teammate Ryan Fitzpatrick to the ground. Watt busted through the line of scrimmage to twice sack the former Texans quarterback,
Houston Chronicle Nov 22, 2015

Touchdown opportunity slips through J.J. Watt’s hands

Texans defensive end J.J. Watt is still hunting for his first touchdown this season.
Houston Chronicle Nov 22, 2015

Texans coach Bill O’Brien: Brian Hoyer is still the starter

Although backup quarterback T.J. Yates led the Texans to consecutive wins in impressive fashion, Texans coach Bill O’Brien quickly stamped out any potential quarterback controversy.
Houston Chronicle Nov 22, 2015

Jets QB Ryan Fitzpatrick stymied in return to Houston

Strong safety Eddie Pleasant knocked off Fitzpatrick’s helmet earlier in the fourth quarter during the quarterback’s six-yard touchdown run. Although Fitzpatrick was shaken up, it was determined he didn’t suffer a concussion.
Houston Chronicle Nov 22, 2015

Texans S Andre Hal’s instincts lead to game-sealing interception

Texans free safety Andre Hal knew it was coming, anticipating a short pass in the fourth quarter from New York Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick that was intended for wide receiver Brandon Marshall.
Houston Chronicle Nov 20, 2015

Texans bracing for ‘powerful, high-motor’ Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson

Celebrated in his own right as one of the top defensive ends in the NFL, New York Jets standout Muhammad Wilkerson is still awaiting his $100 million payday like Texans star J.J. Watt.
Cincy Jungle Nov 17, 2015

Andy Dalton disappointed in J.J. Watt's comments calling him "Red Ryder BB Gun"

Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton was offended by comments made by Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt following Monday's loss. Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton clearly took offense to J.J. Watt's postgame interview with ESPN sideline reporter Lisa Salter. "Our goal was to come out here and make the Red Rifle look like a Red Ryder BB Gun and I think we did that today," Watt responded to Salter's question about long-distance third down scenarios. "He's a great player and they're a great team," Watt added before delving into the more PC version of a postgame interview, with the...
Cincy Jungle Nov 16, 2015

Week 10 Bengals vs Texans: Winners and Losers

We take a look at the Bengals' winners and losers following their loss to the Texans. It was an ugly game that saw both offenses nonexistent for much of the way and the defenses having to carry their clubs. We take a quick look at the biggest winners and losers from the Bengals' first loss of the season, which came at the hands of the Houston Texans on Monday Night Football in the Queen City. WINNERS Giovani Bernard: It was clear early on the Bengals' offense wasn't in sync and not as prepared for this game as they should have been. Maybe they were just out of sorts or overlooking the...
Cincy Jungle Nov 16, 2015

Bengals vs Texans: Bengals suffer first loss of season in 10-6 defeat to Texans

The Cincinnati Bengals have dropped their first game of the season, bringing back into the spotlight many of their usual primetime characteristics that have hounded them for years. Perfection is over. Cincinnati lost their first game of the season, nine weeks into their schedule with a 10-6 loss to the Houston Texans during Monday Night Football. Many of the same characteristics that have summed up the Bengals during primetime games re-surfaced on Monday. Houston faced third down from Cincinnati's 37-yard line with 14:56 remaining in the game. The Texans needed 13 yards to convert. Backup...
Battle Red Blog Nov 16, 2015

Open Game Day Q3 Thread: Houston Texans v. Cincinnati Bengals

Your Houston Texans are holding the undefeated Bengals in check, and the opportunity for a big upset is there if the corrupt NFL referees will stay out of the way in the second half. The halftime score is Cincinnati Bengals 6, Houston Texans 3 at halftime.  The refs continue to screw the Texans with no-calls for holding on offensive linemen who repeatedly rape J.J. Watt, and defensive backs who drape with early contact on DeAndre Hopkins, but that's todays's garbage NFL for you.  Seriously, I could do without this obviously corrupt product at this point.  It would also help if Johnathan...
Cincy Jungle Nov 16, 2015

Cincinnati Bengals vs Houston Texans Week 10

It's time for the second half! Who Dey!?
Baltimore Beatdown Nov 16, 2015

Texans vs Bengals: Monday Night Football GameThread

Entering week 10, there were few undefeated teams, the Cincinnati Bengals one of them. Heading into a Monday Night Football game where they will face off against one of the greatest defensive players the NFL has seen in quite a while in J.J. Watt, the Houston Texans have a chance at an upset and to keep their playoff hopes alive in a terrible AFC South division. Who will come out on top? Will it be the Andy Dalton led Bengals or the J.J. Watt led Texans?
Cincy Jungle Nov 16, 2015

Week 10 Cincinnati Bengals vs Houston Texans

Who Dey! The Bengals take on the Texans on Monday Night Football. Read our full Bengals vs Texans coverage here. The Bengals are heavy favorites to win this game. At CBS Sports, all eight experts predicted a Cincinnati win. All 13 experts at ESPN are picking the Bengals to beat the Texans. The SB Nation crew is picking the Bengals by a 7-0 edge. FOXSports.com went with the Bengals by an 8-0 margin as well. NFL Pick Watch, who keeps track of all expert picks across the web has Cincinnati getting 100-percent of the expert picks for the game. Here's the final injury...
Houston Chronicle Nov 2, 2015

Texans defensive end J.J. Watt credits trainers for healthy return from back injury

Texans star defensive end J.J. Watt didn't play Sunday like he had a back injury that sidelined him for two of three practices heading into a dominant performance over an overmatched Tennessee Titans offensive line.

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Texans Player News

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    Benardrick McKinney

    Texans rookie linebacker Benardrick McKinney encouraged, not satisfied with play

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    Derek Newton

    Texans tackle Derek Newton returns to practice, says he’ll play Sunday

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    Garrett Graham

    Seldom-used Texans tight end Garrett Graham maintaining even-keel approach

  • Brian Hoyer

    Three And Out: Useless Predictions For Texans-Saints

  • Jadeveon Clowney

    Texans’ Jadeveon Clowney takes pride in his run defense

  • DeAndre Hopkins

    Texans DeAndre Hopkins becomes the 3rd-youngest player to reach 200 receptions and 3,000 receiving yards

  • J.J. Watt

    Texans defensive end J.J. Watt named AFC Defensive Player of the Week

  • Whitney Mercilus

    Coming off best game, Texans linebacker Whitney Mercilus more comfortable on right side

  • Johnathan Joseph

    Texans’ corners Kareem Jackson, Johnathan Joseph limited Wednesday

  • Kareem Jackson

    Texans corner Kareem Jackson: ‘It’s been tough not being out there’