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Episode 152: Turn Up For Watt Podcast

Joined by Cody Stoots from the Wheelhouse on ESPN Houston 97.5 to talk the Houston Texans loss to the Giants. A 4th straight loss and despite a straining sense of repetition, the first overall pick in the draft seems even…

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Episode 151: Turn Up For Watt Podcast

Joined by Ross Villarreal of Sports Talk 790. As we talk over the Houston Texans 17-29 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday Night Football. The highs, the lows the rookies, a want-away receiver, team needs ahead and is the…

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Episode 150: Turn Up For Watt Podcast

Joined by Brandon Scott, from Radio 610, to talk the Texans loss to Tennessee, in a game that Lovie Smith admitted Houston was never in.  A defence that can’t stop the run was predictably hammered by the Titans ground attack…

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Can The Davis Mills Up-Turn Continue?

Despite the loss in Las Vegas, Sunday was undoubtedly Mills best performance of the year and perhaps of his career.…

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Bye Week Review

After 5 games, have the Texans improved? What lies ahead for the remainder of the 12 games? What does the…

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Lovie Leaves A Sour Taste, As Replacements Emerge Turn Up For Watt? – Houston Texans Podcast

Losing the first overall pick, a head-coach firing & a raft of potential replacements, a search headed up by and under-fire GM, is just some of the topics we discuss. Joined by Mike Meltser as the Texans keep it interesting as ever but they are running out of places to turn, in righting the good ship on Kirby Drive. PodcastTexans.com 
  1. Lovie Leaves A Sour Taste, As Replacements Emerge
  2. Stuck As The NRG Roof – But Can They be Fixed?
  3. A Version of The Old Returns, As The Texans Look Towards New
  4. Despair & Abject Failure All Around, Can 4’s Browns Help The Picture?
  5. The Texans Are In A Tier of Their Own