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Hammond: Tyrod Taylor Should Be Texans Top QB Target

The Matt Hammond Show (thanks to @BlueApron): who should be Texans No. 1 QB target? is BOB on hot seat? https://t.co/UG1V2BvdAe

— Matt Hammond (@MattHammondShow) …

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Dumb NFL Coach of the Week: Divisional Round

(similar to this but not even close to the same)

WINNER: JASON GARRETT!

Not going to lie, it was a CLOSE decision. Andy Reid was up to his usual tricks and screwed up the clock enough at the end of the  game where he didn’t have any timeouts and there was zero sense of urgency. 269 more words

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The Texans Are Unsure What To Do At Quarterback Next Season

Houston (CBS HOUSTON) – In the back to back years, the Houston Texans season has ended after really poor quarterback play.

Last year Brian Hoyer threw four interceptions and he was replaced during the offseason. 248 more words

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George Godsey Out As Texans Offensive Coordinator

HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – The Houston Texans announced in a press release Monday afternoon that offensive coordinator George Godsey will not return to the team. 268 more words

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Reader Ready To Step-In If Wilfork Retires

Before the playoffs started, Texans nose tackle Vince Wilfork said he was thinking about retiring whenever the Texans season ended. That happened Saturday night with a 34-16 loss to the New England Patriots, and afterwards, the 13-year pro took it a step further. 413 more words

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Texans Offensive Problems Don't End With Osweiler

Brock Osweiler’s final possession of the 2016 season ended the same way his first did: with an interception. It was his third, Saturday night at Gillette Stadium, and it sealed the Texans 34-16 AFC Divisional Round loss to the New England Patriots. 585 more words

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The Patriots Drive for 5 Continues Tomorrow; RIP Texans

So just a quick post here late on a Friday. Just wanted to point out the fact that the Patriots are the biggest playoff favorite since 1998 with a spread somewhere between 15.5-16.5 over the Texans, depending on who you ask. 77 more words

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