Are The Texans Finally Pivoting Towards The Future?

The news dropped rather suddenly Monday, following a performance of indignation in Indiana. There have been few inter-divisional games in recent memory, where the game was so heavily imbalanced as Sunday. The Texans were completely out-classed by the Colts, who only required 48-offensive plays to compile 31-points to Houston’s 3. That somber mood was reflective in Brandin Cooks’ post-game media conference, which then took a further turn the following day.

Saturday Texans Scroller – Pre-Season 3

NRG will host it’s first pre-season game since the visit of the Rams, August 30th 2019. A strange notion, with the impact of covid still a pertinent theme for teams as they make their first attempt to prepare for a 17-game season.

The Watson Conundrum – How Will The Case Be Remembered?

How The Texans choose to manage this unprecedented situation will define the Franchise’s future as viable football entity.  Looking at underlying causes, Watson’s personal situation & how the team should handle the situation.  The Origin: Two diverging worlds are emerging: people who are entrenched in social media and those that aren’t. The latter, it couldContinue reading “The Watson Conundrum – How Will The Case Be Remembered?”

Caserio In Full Swing – His Plan Is Unclear As The Future Of His Franchise Quarterback

The sheer volume of Texans new signings in free agency has been staggering. As of March 22nd, there have been over 30 players acquired, 4 by trade, whilst onboarding over $60million in guarantees. Details are still to emerge but Caserio’s first free agency, has been full-throttle but hard to accurately depict in it’s direction. TheContinue reading “Caserio In Full Swing – His Plan Is Unclear As The Future Of His Franchise Quarterback”