Why Andre Brown is a Solid Signing for the Houston Texans

All things considered, the Houston Texans made a solid signing by bringing in Andre Brown on a veteran’s minimum contract.  Brown, who has a past injury history, was easily the best available free agent running back for his asking price.  Although he merely averaged a paltry 3.5 yards per carry last season, Brown was a […]

April 2014 by ethancohen

Thoughts on the Texans’ Moves in Free Agency

After an initial period of inactivity in free agency, Rick Smith and company eventually joined the fun and chaos by re-signing Garrett Graham and signing Jerrell Powe, Ryan Fitzpatrick, and Kendrick Lewis. Graham was a must re-sign after the Texans cut ties with Owen Daniels.  If they had not resigned Graham, the Texans would only […]

March 2014 by ethancohen

Demarcus Ware, a Houston Texan?

With news that Demarcus Ware could be a possible cap casualty for the Dallas Cowboys, one wonders what teams may be interested in the future Hall of Fame pass rusher if he does end up getting cut.  A possible destination for the 31 year old could be the Houston Texans, who are in desperate need […]

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

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