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Houston Texans Podcast: Breeding Apathy

Matt Weston and Joe Critz sift through the Texans’ empty husk.

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Laremy Tunsil was dreaming of sunny days in Mexico. Tytus Howard was thinking about hotel rooms. Zach Cunningham was occupied with visions of snorkeling in the Caribbean. Justin Reid was saving his shoulders for a 2021 backcountry camping trip. Max Scharping was drooling over lifting weights again. The Texans were empty and listless, filled with nothingness. Lackadaisical. Putrid. It was all Deshaun Watson trying to carry this husk against the Bears, and he was splattered across the field as a result.

On this episode of Battle Red Radio, Matt Weston and Joe Critz converse about the Texans’ hideous 36-7 loss to the Chicago Bears. Topics include looking back on the 2017 NFL Draft, why Mitch Trubisky had it so easy, why Deshaun Watson had it so tough, if there’s anything left to salvage from Max Scharping after he was benched for Brent Qvale, Anthony Weaver’s bedpost, the Eric Murray contract, holding out for Kahale Warring, and, of course, your beautiful and wonderful listener questions.

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