A Look at Prospect Zach Mettenberger

With the NFL Draft quickly approaching, the supposed “Day of Judgment” for the Houston Texans creeps closer and closer.  While there is still no indication as to who the Texans will select, many are claiming that whoever they pick will change the direction of this franchise, whether it be Jadeveon Clowney, Johnny Manziel, Blake Bortles, […]

April 2014 by ethancohen

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

Will the Houston Texans Trade Away the First Overall Pick?

With rumors flying that the Houston Texans are attempting to move the first overall pick, Texans fans are wondering, “for what?”  According to reports, the Buffalo Bills are interested in trading up all the way from the ninth spot to attain the coveted first overall pick.  Like John McClain, renowned beat writer for the Texans, […]

March 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

Deciphering Bill O’Brien’s Recent Comments on Rookie Quarterbacks

For the past few months, numerous draft analysts, mock pundits, and bloggers have pegged the Houston Texans as selecting a quarterback with their first overall pick.  Many believe that head coach Bill O’Brien is leaning towards picking Blake Bortles due to his physical stature, high potential, and connection with George O’Leary, who O’Brien previously worked […]

March 2014 by ethancohen

Mark Sanchez to Houston?

Could Houston realistically be the next spot for the infamous Mark Sanchez?  As reported by Ian Rapoport, if the Houston Texans do end up shipping Matt Schaub and his ludicrous contract off to the Oakland Raiders or the Cleveland Browns, they could be players in the Mark Sanchez sweepstakes if he were to get cut […]

March 2014 by ethancohen

5 Positions the Texans Must Address in Free Agency and the NFL Draft

The Houston Texans, like all other NFL teams, have some apparent holes to fill in their present roster.  With free agency and the NFL Draft approaching, it will be interesting to see how the Texans address their obvious needs.  Will they let tenured Texans players walk, like Antonio Smith and Earl Mitchell, in order to […]

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

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