Archive for category: Jared’s Texan’s Take

  • Do the Texans Have A Plan In Free Agency?

    Do the Texans Have A Plan In Free Agency?

    The first question that popped into my mind today as the release of right tackle Eric Winston along with FB Lawrence Vickers and QB Matt Leinert were made official was, “Do the Texans have a plan?” Let’s hope so. Rick Smith and company put together a spectacular offseason last year. […]




     
  • Mario Williams and Free Agency

    Mario Williams and Free Agency

    With NFL free agency about to be upon us, it is well chronicled that the Houston Texans have a salary cap dilemma on their hands. Mario Williams is a free agent, and the Texans simply don’t have the money to keep him along with all of the other players due […]




     
  • Houston Texans: Offensive Offseason Questions

    Houston Texans: Offensive Offseason Questions

    Jared's Texan's Take February 25, 2012 6:11 pm no comments

    This past Sunday night, some of the Houston Texans’ players likely watched the New York Giants celebrating on TV after their 21-17 defeat of the New England Patriots. Many of those same Texans players also likely couldn’t wait for it all to be over with so that a fresh offseason […]




     
  • JARED’S TEXANS TAKE

    JARED’S TEXANS TAKE

    Jared's Texan's Take January 16, 2012 7:15 pm no comments

    Texans’ Season Grades Below are my grades for the 2011-2012 Houston Texans. Please keep in mind that I have based my grades upon expectations. For example, just because I give T.J. Yates a B- doesn’t mean I would have given Matt Schaub the same grade had he put up the […]




     
  • Texans’ Season Over, But Future Is Bright

    Texans’ Season Over, But Future Is Bright

    Jared's Texan's Take January 16, 2012 12:16 am no comments

    Texans’ Season Over, But Future Is Bright The Houston Texans’ improbable run ended Sunday afternoon in Baltimore as they fell to the Ravens 20-13. The Texans had plenty of opportunities to win the game, but failed to sustain any scoring drives in the second half of the game, as T.J. […]




     
  • HOUSTON TEXANS AT BALTIMORE RAVENS

    HOUSTON TEXANS AT BALTIMORE RAVENS

    Jared's Texan's Take, NFL January 11, 2012 4:29 pm no comments

    Texans Flying High Into The Ravens Nest The Baltimore Ravens (12-4) begin their 2012 postseason Sunday afternoon when the Houston Texans (10-6), fresh off an impressive 31-10 wild card victory over the Bengals, come to M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. Considering all that has gone wrong this season for the […]




     
  • JARED’S TEXANS TAKE

    JARED’S TEXANS TAKE

    Jared's Texan's Take January 9, 2012 2:27 pm no comments

    5 Things To Consider About Baltimore Heading into Sunday’s matchup between the Baltimore Ravens, the Houston Texans will be heavy underdogs. You’ll be hard-pressed to find an NFL analyst picking the Texans to win this game, but according to the Texans’ players, that’s just how they like it. The last […]




     
  • CINCINNATI BENGALS AT HOUSTON TEXANS

    CINCINNATI BENGALS AT HOUSTON TEXANS

    Jared's Texan's Take January 5, 2012 2:44 pm no comments

    Texans, Bengals Set For A “Wild” Weekend Both the Bengals’ and the Texans’ futures look bright. Cincinnati has the Andy Dalton to A.J. Green connection going, and they will only get better. Dalton has proven that he is an NFL quarterback in his rookie season, displaying the ability to become […]




     
  • JARED’S TEXANS TAKE

    JARED’S TEXANS TAKE

    Jared's Texan's Take January 3, 2012 7:17 pm 2 comments

    Playoff Time In Houston It’s playoff time in Houston, and Texans fans have been waiting ten years for it. On Saturday afternoon, the Texans will take the field at Reliant Stadium against the Cincinnati Bengals in the franchise’s first ever playoff game. The national media seem to be all over […]




     
  • Tennessee Titans at Houston Texans

    Tennessee Titans at Houston Texans

    Jared's Texan's Take, NFL December 29, 2011 11:53 am no comments

    Titans Rumbling Into Houston What do the Tennessee Titans (8-7) and the Houston Texans (10-5) have in common? They both are the victims of the once-winless Indianapolis Colts’ two game win streak. On Sunday afternoon, two teams that have recently blown a golden opportunity to help their playoff positioning will […]