J.J. Watt is now officially a deity. He had a beer made especially for him in Dublin, Ireland.
Jets running back Chris Ivory will most likely hit the free agent market soon. Ivory is a tough back who went for over 1,000 yards in 2015. Houston should take a look at him.
Texans owner Bob McNair came out with some interesting comments regarding the quarterback situation. Are they really indicative of Houston's mindset?
Without a doubt, the best moment of the 2015 season for Miami Dolphins fans was their week 7 annihilation of the Houston Texans (coming...
Texans all-time great Andre Johnson is in the twilight of a great career. In a 2012 game against the Jags, Johnson put up a historic performance.
Tom Savage is the forgotten man in the Texans QB conversation. After spending the season on IR, Savage just might be the next starter for Houston.
Brian Hoyer is not a popular man in Houston. However, after all the smoke has cleared, he may still play an important role for Houston in 2016.
Alabama's A'Shawn Robinson is a monster defensive tackle who has all the tools to be great in the NFL. If Houston decides to draft defense in the first round, Robinson could be their guy.
Ole Miss receiver Laquon Treadwell is the highest rated pass catcher in this year's draft. While we all assume Houston will take a quarterback in round one, is it possible they have their eye on Treadwell?
Former Texans coaches Gary Kubiak and Wade Phillips led Denver to victory in Super Bowl 50. Should the Texans regret letting them go?
Texans J.J. Watt continues to rewrite the record books. He was name NFL DPOY for the third time in five years. Some continue to hate on Watt, but his numbers clearly stack up with the best in NFL history.
Houston Texans Shane Lechler's punting career has him heading directly to Canton. He will be a free agent, but the Texans would be foolish to let Lechler go.
Texans free agent Friday takes us to T.J. Yates and Brandon Weeden. Both are backup quarterbacks and unrestricted free agents. Will Houston sign them for 2016.
A couple of Texans awards have recently been announce. J.J. Watt was voted best defensive player in the AFC South, while Deandre Hopkins received the same honor on the offensive side.