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Houston Texans Podcast: 2020 Houston Texans Season Review

Matt Weston and the big man himself, TIM, review the Texans 2020 season. Let’s wrap it up.

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The Texans 2020 NFL season sucked in a thousand different ways. Losing an incredible season from Deshaun Watson because of Bill O’Brien’s insidious decisions is disgusting and devastating, but it was necessary so this franchise could move on and move forward to play the games it should be playing with a quarterback like Watson instead of wasting away and rotting to the tunes of 9-7 and Divisional Round playoff exits. The sacrifice was necessary for a grander and more beautiful future.

Don’t cry because it happened. Smile because it’s over.

On this episode of Battle Red Radio, Matt and TIM review the Texans 2020 NFL Season. Topics include the perfect end to the 2020 NFL Season, the poetic end to the Bill O’Brien era, Deshaun Watson cementing himself as a top five quarterback, saying something positive for once, young talent development, what to do with Brandin Cooks and Will Fuller, the Texans coach and general manager search, hanging out and talking about our favorite football team, and of course, your beautiful listener questions.

Let’s start the show.

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