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Thoughts on the NFL Combine and Johnny Manziel, Blake Bortles, and Teddy Bridgewater

The NFL Combine officially started this weekend on February 22nd.  So far, most of the position groups, with the exceptions of defensive line, linebacker, and defensive backs, have participated in their workouts.  There were many surprises this weekend in regards to 40 yard dash time, broad jump, vertical jump, etc.  The key position group that […]

February 2014 by ethancohen

Would the Texans Trade for Ryan Mallett or Kirk Cousins?

Both the Washington Redskins and the New England Patriots have a similar goal this offseason: they both want to attain second round picks for their backup quarterbacks.  As reported by Mark Maske of the Washington Post, the Redskins would like a second round pick in return for the services of Kirk Cousins.  Similarly, Ian Rapoport […]

February 2014 by ethancohen

Thoughts on All the Pre-Draft Chatter Surrounding the Texans

This will be short and simple.  The Houston Texans, who currently own the rights to the first pick in this year’s NFL draft, have the tough assignment of picking the player they think can most improve the team.  Many draft pundits have already concluded that the Texans will inevitably select Johnny Manziel, Blake Bortles, Jadeveon […]

February 2014 by ethancohen

A Look Ahead at the Texans’ 2014-2015 Schedule

Although it is certainly way too early to predict how the Houston Texans will fare next season, that is exactly what I intend on attempting in this post.  By doing so, I am looking at the Texans’ 2014-2015 season with a very, very optimistic view.  This means that I expect that the quarterback situation will […]

February 2014 by ethancohen

Bill O’Brien Cements Coaching Staff

As reported by Tania Ganguli, Bill O’Brien, head coach of the Houston Texans, has finally officially announced his coaching staff for 2014-2015 NFL season.  Although most of these names have been reported by various beat writers and news outlets, today is the first time an official list is available.  The biggest names on this list […]

February 2014 by ethancohen

3 Ways for the Texans to Get Back to the Playoffs

With it being Super Bowl Sunday, I thought it would be appropriate to address the state of the Houston Texans and their pursuit of reaching the Super Bowl.  After hitting rock bottom this season after an off-season filled with Super Bowl hopes and aspirations, the Texans look to be in re-building mode (although owner Bob […]

February 2014 by ethancohen

Texans Add Paul Dunn to Coaching Staff

After missing out on a reunion with Mike Munchak, the Houston Texans moved on and hired Paul Dunn.  Dunn, the former offensive line coach for the Atlanta Falcons, has a vast and impressive resume to his name.  Dunn had spent the past two years as the Falcons’ offensive line coach and the four years prior […]

January 2014 by ethancohen

Why Re-Signing Garrett Graham Makes Sense

The Houston Texans began the 2013-2014 NFL season with Super Bowl aspirations.  By the end of the year, they were ready to move on from the dumpster fire of a season and look forward to a new beginning.  There were very few bright spots from the season that could be recalled.  Yes, J.J. Watt was […]

January 2014 by ethancohen

Why The Texans Need an Official Offensive Coordinator

Bill O’Brien, the head coach of the Houston Texans, recently stated that he would be calling plays on offense for the Texans during the 2014-2015 season.  Last season, the Texans’ offensive coordinator was Rick Dennison.  However, Gary Kubiak, the Texans’ previous head coach, called the offensive plays.  O’Brien already has a lot of pressure on […]

January 2014 by ethancohen