Houston
Texans
NRG Stadium - Houston, TX


TEAM PERFORMANCE
  PPG PPG
AGAINST
TOTAL
OFFENSE
PASSING
OFFENSE
RUSHING
OFFENSE
TOTAL
DEFENSE
PASSING
DEFENSE
RUSHING
DEFENSE
Houston
Texans
20.3
(9th)
14.3
(8th)
268.2
(7th)
201.3
(2nd)
75.2
(19th)
195.8
(8th)
98
(4th)
97.8
(12nd)

STANDINGS - ALL-STAR EAST


TEAM W L T PCT PF PA NET HOME ROAD DIV PCT CONF PCT NON-
CONF
STREAK L5
Houston
Texans
4 2 0 0.667 122 86 36 4-2-0 0-0-0 1-1-0 0.500 4-1-0 1.000 0-1-0 W1 3-2
Philadelphia
Eagles
3 3 0 0.500 112 89 23 0-0-0 3-3-0 0-1-0 0.000 3-1-0 1.000 0-2-0 L1 2-3
Carolina
Panthers
2 3 0 0.400 85 117 -32 2-3-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 1.000 2-2-0 1.000 0-1-0 L1 2-3
Green Bay
Packers
0 0 0 0.000 0 0 0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0.000 0-0-0 0.000 0-0-0 0-0


TEXANS CAN'T FIND OFFENSIVE PLAYBOOK IN HOME LOSS TO JAGS

The 1-4 Jaguars traveled to Houston for today's match up at NRG Stadium. Coming off a tough win in week 6 against the Bears, the Texans prep time for the Jags was limited to film study. "We expected to have a tough time, but not on offense"; said coach Kane, "Everything we saw said that Coach DMc's defense should have set us up nicely for our inside run scheme". Whether it was a bad scout, or the unprepared team, the Jags defense stepped up and held coach Kane's run game to 107 yards on 18 carries but more importantly kept the ball away from the offense. "I swear, it felt like they didn't know their playbook at all"; said DE Clowney referring to his offensive counterparts, "but then again, we didn't really do much either"; citing the Texans inability to put any pressure on QB Bortles with only 1 sack and zero hurries while the Jag QB sat in the pocket and picked apart the Texans secondary.

"All we can really do is get ready for the next one - no point in dwelling on this"; said Kane as he walked away from the podium.

GG DMc - good luck the rest of the way!

LAST MODIFIED: Sunday December 18th, 2016 - 6:03 PM

Houston, hosting its 2nd consecutive home game, came out flat offensively and stayed that way for most of tonight's game. "When you throw a pick on your set of your first possession, you know it's going to be a long night" said coach Kane referring to Osweiler's 3rd down interception by Callahan on his first throw of the night. The bright spot for the Texans proved to be their defense. After the Bears pick and following missed FG, the Texans defense stepped up on the night producing 4 pics of their own and a forced fumble and recovery. "The only time we let them put points on the board was when our offense turned the ball over or failed to convert 3rd downs" said Kane, "Our only real bright spot on offense was Lamar...again".

Texans Lamar Miller finally found his grove in the 2nd period and found a lot of holes at the same time. "My O-Line was doing their job all night" said Miller, "I finally turned the corner tonight when Brown sealed the edge on that toss and Griffin picked up the outside block" . The resulting 50 yard scamper at the start of the 2nd quarter sent the momentum back to the Texans sideline and the left the half leading 14-3 with Miller contributing both TD's. Osweiler showed moments of greatness on their opening possession in the 3rd which was set up by a Clowney caused fumble and Simon recovery. "Bret looked good on that drive and ended it with a tight pass to Fuller in the end zone" said Kane. The Texans would soon go flat again and the Bears took full advantage of the opening, but in the end they couldn't get past the staunch defensive backfield play. The Texans took their last possession via their final interception by A.J. Bouye with 1:55 to play.

GG Clock - GL the rest of the way!

LAST MODIFIED: Saturday December 10th, 2016 - 1:57 AM

In their home opener, the Texans received the opening kick off and proceeded to move the ball consistantly downfield capping the drive with a 25 yard Miller TD. Their first defensive appearance of the night left fans with the same feeling; the Texans were home and going to be in full control. "Sometime around the start of the 2nd Qtr, I'm guessing coach BOnly decided that he didn't like our gameplan" said Kane, "he went downfield on us 3 straight possessions and scored on each" referring to the Bengals unanswered 17 point run in the 2nd quarter. The Texans were able to manage a FG near halftime to keep the game within 7 points at half.

The remainder of the game left the Texans running from behind, participation after a 3rd quarter shut out. One of the bright spots of the game was Lamar Miller's 20/111 yds and 2 touchdowns. "Lamar has been solid for us all year so far" said Kane, "I guess it was really special tonight because Coach BOnly has such a stingy run defense ".






The Texans appeared to pick up momentum again in the 4th, putting up 14 points. But they ultimately fell short in the end. "The middle quarters just turned out to be too much" said Kane, "this is an unforgiving league - if you don't put up points consistently then it pretty tough to win.




GG BOnly - GL the rest of the way!

LAST MODIFIED: Sunday December 4th, 2016 - 7:42 PM
TeXans win home opener
The Texans were able to get the defense together the second half of the game .They only gave up 7 points in the 2nd half and scoring 24.Coach Bonly put the ball in his star running back hands.Foster ran for 129 and Chris Polk added 75 totaling 204 total rushing yards.DHop added 153 in the air,after the game Coach said there would be adjustments made on defense.gg stonecold

LAST MODIFIED: Wednesday October 14th, 2015 - 8:46 AM
Pre-Season

Regular Season
1 24 Texans
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4 - 2 AT 1 - 4 Cardinals
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10
2 24 Panthers
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2 - 3 AT 4 - 2 Texans
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17
3 10 Rams
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2 - 3 AT 4 - 2 Texans
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23
4 19 Texans
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4 - 2 AT 4 - 2 Jaguars
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20
5 19 Browns
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2 - 4 AT 4 - 2 Texans
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20
6 3 Eagles
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3 - 3 AT 4 - 2 Texans
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19
7 Texans
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4 - 2 AT 3 - 1 Raiders
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8 Packers
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0 - 0 AT 4 - 2 Texans
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9 49ers
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2 - 4 AT 4 - 2 Texans
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10 Seahawks
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4 - 1 AT 4 - 2 Texans
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11 Texans
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4 - 2 AT 2 - 3 Vikings
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12 Texans
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4 - 2 AT 0 - 0 Packers
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13 Texans
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4 - 2 AT 1 - 6 Chargers
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14 Texans
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4 - 2 AT 2 - 3 Panthers
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15 Steelers
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7 - 0 AT 4 - 2 Texans
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16 Texans
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4 - 2 AT 3 - 3 Eagles
DA HEATER (aka Phillytwn)

Post Season

Roster
# IMAGE NAME
TE 0 RaShaun
Allen
DB 0 Lonnie
Ballentine
DB 0 Johnthan
Banks
LB 0 Max
Bullough
DB 0 Marcus
Burley
DL 0 Alex
Carrington
LB 0 Mike
Catapano
DB 0 Marcus
Cromartie
WR 0 Cobi
Hamilton
DL 0 Kendall
Langford
WR 0 Josh
Lenz
QB 0 Matt
McGloin
LB 0 Sio
Moore
DL 0 Jeoffrey
Pagan
DL 0 Gerald
Rivers
DB 0 Marcus
Roberson
DL 0 Antonio
Smith
WR 0 Devin
Street
DL 0 Vince
Wilfork
WR 0 Keith
Mumphery
DL 0 Dan
Pettinato
TE 0 MyCole
Pruitt
WR 0 DeAndrew
White
WR 0 Quenton
Bundrage
DB 0 K.J.
Dillon
WR 0 Marcus
Leak
DB 0 Richard
Leonard
LB 0 Shakeel
Rashad
WR 0 Wendall
Williams
LB 0 Avery
Williams
QB 0 Zach
Conque
DL 0 T.J.
Daniel
LB 0 Kennan
Gilchrist
WR 0 Germone
Hopper
LB 0 LaTroy
Lewis
DB 0 T.J.
Mutcherson
RB 0 Dare
Ogunbowale
LB 0 Dayon
Pratt
DB 0 Malik
Smith
DB 0 Dee
Virgin
QB 2 T.J.
Yates
QB 3 Tom
Savage
QB 4 Deshaun
Watson
RB 6 Jordan
Todman
K 7 Ka'imi
Fairbairn
QB 8 Josh
Johnson
WR 10 DeAndre
Hopkins
WR 12 Bruce
Ellington
WR 13 Braxton
Miller
WR 14 Chris
Thompson
WR 15 Will
Fuller
WR 16 Deante'
Gray
DB 21 Marcus
Gilchrist
DB 23 Kurtis
Drummond
DB 24 Johnathan
Joseph
DB 25 Kareem
Jackson
RB 26 Lamar
Miller
RB 27 D'Onta
Foreman
RB 28 Alfred
Blue
DB 29 Andre
Hal
DB 30 Kevin
Johnson
DB 31 Treston
Decoud
RB 34 Tyler
Ervin
DB 35 Eddie
Pleasant
DB 37 Bryce
Jones
DB 40 Marcus
Williams
LB 41 Zach
Cunningham
DB 43 Corey
Moore
LB 44 Jelani
Jenkins
RB 45 Jay
Prosch
LB 50 Ben
Heeney
LB 51 Dylan
Cole
LB 52 Brian
Peters
LB 53 Gimel
President
LB 55 Benardrick
McKinney
LB 56 Brian
Cushing
LB 57 Brennan
Scarlett
LB 58 Lamarr
Houston
LB 59 Whitney
Mercilus
DL 69 Matt
Godin
TE 84 Ryan
Griffin
TE 87 C.J.
Fiedorowicz
TE 89 Stephen
Anderson
DL 90 Jadeveon
Clowney
DL 91 Carlos
Watkins
DL 92 Brandon
Dunn
DL 93 Joel
Heath
DL 94 Ufomba
Kamalu
DL 95 Christian
Covington
DL 96 Chunky
Clements
DL 97 Angelo
Blackson
DL 98 D.J.
Reader
DL 99 J.J.
Watt


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