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Houston Texans News: November 11, 2015

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Your one-stop shop for Houston Texans, local sports, and news from around the league for Wednesday, November 11, 2015.

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Houston Texans emerge from rocky first half tied atop division - NFL Nation - ESPN
The Texans have been inconsistent and riddled with injuries, but J.J. Watt is back in form and the AFC South remains up for grabs.

Texans release unofficial depth chart for Cincinnati game
The Houston Texans (3-5) will head north to go up against the undefeated Cincinnati Bengals (8-0) on Monday Night Football. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. CT at Paul Brown Stadium.

First look: Bengals vs. Texans
A first look at the Cincinnati Bengals and the Houston Texans before Monday Night Football.

Texans' OL needs to break new ground against Bengals - Houston Chronicle
The best way to beat a heavily favored team in a hostile environment is to run the ball effectively and consistently to control the clock and keep the opposing offense tied to the bench.

Houston Texans emerge from rocky first half tied atop division - AFC South - ESPN
The Texans have been inconsistent and riddled with injuries, but J.J. Watt is back in form and the AFC South remains up for grabs.

Andrew Luck's injury won't change much for the Houston Texans in the A - AFC South - ESPN
Despite Andrew Luck's season-long struggles, the Colts still lead the AFC South over Houston, which faces a difficult schedule down the stretch.

Texans report: Bullough shows he's good fit at LB - Houston Chronicle
The 6-3, 249-pound Traverse City, Mich., native had 299 career tackles at Michigan State with eight sacks, three interceptions and four forced fumbles.

Around the League

Johnny Manziel isn't ready to start, not even close -
Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White took a closer look at Johnny Football's big game against the Bengals last week and found a young quarterback who isn't ready to start.

Appreciate Philip Rivers now before it's too late -
Philip Rivers' incredible season is being buried on a patchwork team within a dysfunctional organization. Appreciate him before it's too late.

2015 NFL power rankings, Week 10: Patriots, Bengals and Panthers stay above the chaos -
The Vikings, Jets and Steelers move up while the Broncos and Falcons drop. Sorting out another wild week in the NFL.

Eddie Lacy's struggles are derailing the Packers' offense -
The third-year running back's inability to get going is at the heart of Green Bay's two-game losing streak.

Jay Cutler made history Monday night -
But does he even care?

Houston & Collegiate Sports

Astros' Dallas Keuchel wins back-to-back gold gloves - The Crawfish Boxes
The beard plays.

Houston Rockets vs. Brooklyn Nets game preview - The Dream Shake
The Rockets look to continue their winning ways when they welcome the Brooklyn Nets to Houston.

5 reasons why the Texas Longhorns should keep throwback uniforms* - Burnt Orange Nation
The biggest problem with the current Longhorns uniform is the unnecessary clutter that the throwback look resolves with a clean, simple design.

Red Raiders in the Pros - Week 9 - Viva The Matadors
Two scores from Crabtree highlight the weekend for former Tech players.

Frogs Fall to 15th in CFP Rankings - Frogs O' War
TCU drops seven spots in the College Football Playoff Rankings after Saturday's 49-29 defeat in Stillwater.

Daily Bears Report: November 11, 2015 - Our Daily Bears
I'm pretty sure I'm coming down with a cold, so I'M NOT TAKING ANY OF YOUR NONSENSE TODAY, OK WEDNESDAY!?!?! OK?!?!? Rankings happened again. They dont matter. Nothing really does anyway. Except...

First Glance - Western Carolina at Texas A&M (Game Notes, Campus Connection, Radio, TV) - Good Bull Hunting
Game Notes, Campus Connection, Radio, TV.

Underdogs In The Second College Football Playoff Rankings - Underdog Dynasty
Four members of the Group of Five, all who also happen to belong to the American Athletic Conference, have been ranked among the top 25 teams in the country according to the College Football Playoff Selection Committee.

2015 Dynamo Theory Creamsicles: Ricardo Clark is the Midfielder of the Year! - Dynamo Theory
Ricardo Clark left the competition in the dust with his win for Midfielder of the Year.

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