In this week's red zone review, we go over, as little as possible, the "game" on Thursday night. We also contemplate how thoughtful Gary Kubiak is.
Texans/Colts Third Quarter Open Thread. Hopefully the game will actually be worth watching in the second half.
The Texans are going to the playoffs. Yes, those Texans. And now you can find out what playoff seed the Texans could see without all those messy variables.
This week as we look at the red zone, we make a desperate attempt to connect football to Japanese anime. We also hope for help from Miami and Buffalo in order to get a first round bye.
Texans guard Mike Brisiel will miss time due to a fractured fibula...which he played on for most of the game. Oh, and Derrick Mason is gone.
This week, the red zone takes a back seat as we muse about how the Texans earned their first division title. We also review how the Texans scored on "The March."
In this week's Battle Red Onion, the Texans local bloggers take their pitchforks and plan their revenge against the god of injuries. Vengeance will be ours!
This week's red zone review has the Texans playing their third quarterback in as many weeks. Will their trips to the red zone be as fruitful as they have in the past?
This week, the red zone wonders how many injuries can one team pile up before it runs out of people to play. Also, the red zone looks at how the Texans performed with one of those injuries (Matt Leinart) in said red zone.
The Texans aren't known for making a splash in free agency. This year changed that with Johnathan Joseph and Danieal Manning. Now the Texans make another controversial signing to save their rapidly thinning quarterback corps.
There have been a lot of people, both in the media and regular football fans, who think the Texans should take a look at Brett Favre. This helpful filmstrip explains why that would be a bad idea and how to spot signs of Favre addiction.
The Texans possess the best record in the AFC going into their bye week. Yes, you read that correctly. Also, red zone statistics.
We look at the red zone performance by the Texans in Sunday's game. Come take a look and happiness will abound. Unless you're a Browns fan, then maybe not so much.
The Texans aren't the only ones contending with injuries. This week, even their bloggers are fighting the dreaded "injury bug."
This week in the red zone, we look at omens, ugly games, and the comedic running styles of Matt Schaub. There's also analysis and stuff about the red zone and an interesting trend in Texans' opening drives.
What do the Twilight Zone, Mighty Mouse, Broadcast News, and sparkly vampires have in common? Click here to find out as BRB previews the Texans and Jaguars.
This week in the Red Zone Review, the Texans took on the Tennessee Titans with hilarious results. Well...hilarious for Houston anyway. I can't imagine too many Titans fans laughing.
In this week's Behind Enemy Lines, we look for weaknesses against Bud Adams' forces of darkness. As it turns out, we may have found a couple.
This week's review of the Texans' red zone performance is probably one of the strangest I've had to do. Want to know why? You'll just have to click to find out, won't you?
Ordinarily Reliant Stadium doesn't have much of a ghost infestation problem. But this week, phantoms abound at the ol' gridiron.
A (very) brief look at how the Texans fared in the red zone today against the Raiders. Now let us never speak of this game, again.
This week the Texans take on the Oakland Raiders. Here's a take on how the Texans could stop the Raiders offense.
In this week's Battle Red Onion, we learn about an insidious problem within the ranks of the league's officials. It also explains how Super Bowl XL was really won.
The Comcast Red Zone Review goes over how the Texans performed in the red zone. Although, due to the number of penalties, it's more like the Orange Zone Review.
It's our weekly red zone recap, brought to you by some cable company or other. Never has a 100% red zone efficiency rate been so disappointing.