You Are Here: Home » Posts tagged "Houston Texans"

Houston Texans Fire Gary Kubiak

Follow @GayleESaunders Team Owner Bob McNair has finally parted ways with head coach Gary Kubiak. The Texans have gone to a spiraling crash this season,losing 11 straight games this season. The Texans lost their 11th game in a row to the Jacksonville Jaguars in front of a nationally televised audience Thursday Night. Kubiak had a 7 year run with the Texans which include 2 AFC South Championships and 3 losin ...

Read more

Arian Foster Practices on Thursday

Follow @GayleESaunders Good sign for Arian Foster as he stepped on the practice field in limited fashion today. Coach Kubiak's decision may be a game time decision for both Foster and Ben Tate though. If Foster can get another productive practice in on Friday and show that he's capable of giving it a go, he may probably get the start on Sunday. Ben Tate will probably split carries with Foster even though he ...

Read more

Dolphins and Giants have interest in Vonta Leach

Follow @GayleESaunders The Baltimore Sun is reporting that the Miami Dolphins will visit with Vonta Leach on Wednesday. The 3 time Pro Bowler was not looking forward to taking a pay cut to stay with the Baltimore Ravens. I believe Leach knows his worth, and knows he's one of the best blockers in the business, ask Ray Rice or Arian Foster. The Ravens didn't make him the highest paid full back in the league f ...

Read more

Coach Kubiak Thinks DeAndre Hopkins is a Special Talent

Gayle Saunders Follow Him on Twitter So far so good, for rookie wide out DeAndre Hopkins in Houston. Texans head coach Gary Kubiak is giving out rave reviews on his young stud WR. "He’s special," Kubiak said after the final day of work. "Ball skills are extremely special. Very long; long arms. Big hands; you saw the catch he made out here today. He’s going to help us early, and we know that, and that’s why ...

Read more

Pre-Draft Visits 2013: Which Prospects are meeting with your Team?

By Gayle Saunders Follow Him on Twitter Each NFL team is allowed to bring in 30 non-local players for pre-draft visits. During their visit there is no on-field work. The visits are an opportunity, for the players to sit down with the coaches and personnel people for any additional questions, football or otherwise. Teams also have a workout for local players that play college football in their region. These ...

Read more

JJ Watt Named Defensive Player of the Year

The Associated Press names J.J. Watt as the 2012 NFL Defensive Player of the Year. Watt won by a landslide with him getting 49 of a possible 50 votes. On the season Watt had had 20.5 sacks and 22 tackles for loss which both led the league. Watt also changed the game with his technique of batting down passes with 16 on the season and 56 defeats as well. THE SKINNY: Wade Phillips believes that Watts 2012 seas ...

Read more

Texans: Meet the 2012 Draft Class

Round 1: Whitney Mercilus, OLB, Illinois Mercilus was drafted to replace Mario Williams. He'll be developed behind starters Connor Barwin and Brooks Reed. He'll play in passing situations next to Brian Cushing. They'll play behind a four-man front of Barwin and Reed at end and J.J. Watt and Antonio Smith at tackle. Mercilus started one season in college. He had 16 sacks, nine forced fumbles and 22 tackles f ...

Read more

THE SKINNY: A Chat with Amobi Okoye!

Not too many people can claim the list of accomplishments that Houston Texans Amobi Okoye can. Born in Nigeria, he moved to America and made quick work of school. Entering the University of Louisville at the age of 16, Okoye was the youngest to be playing Division I sports. Choosing to be a Cardinal over Harvard for football reasons, Amobi quickly became a very good Collegiate player and an extremely bright ...

Read more

© 2013 SkinnyPost.com | All Rights Reserved

Scroll to top