As Aaron Rodgers ripped through the Texans defence with, putting them up 21-points at the half, a familiar feeling echoed around an empty NRG Stadium. Downtrodden with limited signs of positivity.
Sunday’s overtime loss added to the Texans litany of losses where Watson’s offence, leaving the field with a lead yet to only suffer a loss.
The Texans travel to Nashville with the hope of building on their maiden win, after last weeks victory over Jacksonville.
A new era of Texans football will begin on Sunday, after the departure of Bill O’Brien. But how much materially changes, as it pertains to this seasons success, will likely be inconsequential. The change was much celebrated but perhaps such rejoice was premature, as it will take time for any marked difference to reach theContinue reading “Devoid of Changes, The Texans are Entering into a New Era”
O’Brien, colleagues and ownership will asses these years as a golden chance squandered but much of the downfall was self created.
After Only four games into his seventh year Bill O’Brien was relieved of his duties. But it cannot be ignored, further corrective steps are required if this franchise is to reset its course.
Houston are out of time with nowhere to turn, as this team’s shots at success have been taken and a reset is required.
The Texans Face Unhealthy Revisionism At Every Turn, As Both Teams Search For A Maiden Victory Of 2020.
After starting 0-3 their weaknesses are apparent and they show limited signs of improvement.
Houston need to win at Heinz Field or face another season of mediocrity to add to a long list.