The Texans Should Draft Jadeveon Clowney without Any Further Hesitation

I will admit that I was one of the folks who was extremely high on Teddy Bridgewater at the end of the college football season.  Bridgewater seemed like he was the most pro-ready prospect available who would seemingly adjust very quickly to the NFL.  He was a complete master a Louisville offense that included checks […]

April 2014 by ethancohen

The Great First Pick Debate of 2014: QB, Clowney, or trade?

It all started with the final offensive play for the Houston Texans on December 29 2013 versus the Tennessee Titans.  Quarterback Matt Schaub had just air mailed a belated Christmas present to an opposing player. Said player, Michael Griffin, as happy to see Matt Schaub throwing in his general vicinity as a child is at […]

March 2014 by billywitt

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

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

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