Houston Texans News: November 25, 2013

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Your one-stop shop for Houston Texans, local sports, and news from around the league for Monday, November 25, 2013.

Houston Texans News

Andre Johnson Is Sad
This afternoon, the Texans, who suck, lost to the Jaguars, who suck to some really historic degrees. That has made a lot of people in Houston sad, and apparently introspective. People like Andre Johnson. Here he is talking to a delightfully trolly ESPN reporter:

Kubiak’s fate as unknown as cause for Texans’ slide
To a man, the Texans insisted after a new low was reached Sunday, a 13-6 loss to Jacksonville, they would hate to see coach Gary Kubiak get fired.

Texans hit a franchise low
The Houston Texans have the worst record in the NFL.

McNair would do Kubiak favor by firing him now - Houston Chronicle
With a minute and a half left in Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, someone seated below the Texans' coaching booth, where head coach Gary Kubiak was seated, shouted: Hey, Kubiak! Just name Wade Phillips or Rick Dennison the interim head coach and try to get through the final five games with a top-five draft pick and no more major injuries.

Around the League

Bill Barnwell on Tom Brady, Peyton Manning - Grantland
Have the two iconic quarterbacks of the 21st century actually traded places?

Vikings vs. Packers Final Score 26-26: TIE-tletown - Acme Packing Company
In a roller coaster divisional showdown, neither the Vikings or Packers could manage to win.

Chargers-Chiefs final score: San Diego win 41-38 shootout in Kansas City - Bolts From The Blue
The San Diego Chargers got their most impressive victory of the season on Sunday, winning a 41-38 shootout against the Kansas City Chiefs in Arrowhead Stadium.

Broncos Patrios final score: Patriots win 34-31 in overtime game of "last fumble loses" - Mile High Report
Last fumble loses. Disappointingly for the Broncos, that was Tony Carter off a botched punt play by Wes Welker.

Patriots vs. Broncos Final Score: What a Comeback! Pats Win 34-31 - Pats Pulpit
The New England Patriots have pulled off one of the most memorable comebacks in team and league history, defeating the Denver Broncos 34-31 in overtime after trailing 24-0 at halftime.

Houston & Collegiate Sports

Recap: Dynamo Lose Eastern Conference Final To Kansas City 2-1 - Dynamo Theory
A trip to the MLS Cup for the third straight year was not to be for the Houston Dynamo as they fall to Sporting Kansas City 2-1.

Houston Rockets vs. Memphis Grizzlies game preview - The Dream Shake
The Rockets and Grizzlies face off in a battle of Southwest Division foes. Both teams will be missing an All-Star.

Perfect No More-- Oklahoma State Dominates Baylor 49-17 - Our Daily Bears
The perfect dream of the perfect season and a shot at the national championship is over. Clint Chelf and the Oklahoma State Cowboys dominated the Baylor Bears tonight on national television.

LSU vs. Texas A&M 2013 reactions and highlights: Tigers shut down Manziel again - SBNation.com
The Tigers put together a full performance and dismantled the Aggies.

#TTTQ Tweet of the Night

Last night's question from @battleredblog was -If the #Jaguars were considered to be the worst team in the NFL before today, what does that make the #Texans? #TTTQ

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