Texans former first round pick DeAndre Hopkins may not have had the flash of Tavon Austin or the spectacular production of Keenan Allen, but he might already be the most dangerous weapon in the 2013 class. Read on and find out how the next Andre Johnson could already be in H-Town.
The Film Room
A breakdown of Houston Texans gameplay, players, and prospects with videos and GIFs.
Our Josh Allen in the Super Wild Card Round, a COWARD’S punishment, Wyatt Teller pulling, naptime, and SIX other things I liked about the first weekend of the the 2020 NFL Playoffs.
Ain’t no lie baby bye-bye-bye.
One sack. One win. One happy fan base.
Reviewing every sack from the Texans’ loss to the Minnesota Vikings.
Add five more sacks to the books.
The investment hasn’t matched the results.
Cooks is exactly what the Texans need.
Numbers may never lie, but sack totals do.
Breaking down the film of the Texans’ most controversial selection in the 2020 NFL Draft.
Jonathan Greenard is a slam dunk third round selection.
Can he carry Arian Foster’s undrafted free agent running back lineage forward in Houston?
Houston’s interior pass rush doesn’t exist. It’s time for that to come to an end.
As long as the concussions don’t derail his career, Brandin Cooks should finally give Deshaun Watson a consistent downfield receiving option.
Here’s why Elliott would be a slam dunk selection at #90 for the Houston Texans.
Robertson is the Patrick Beverley of football.
Get to know the Texans’ pass rush savior.
Bills. Texans. Houston’s big matchup advantage on paper isn’t that much of an advantage.
2019 was the year of the monster, and that monster is Zach Cunningham.