Now that the swelling from his torn ACL has subsided, Brian Cushing will have surgery in Florida tomorrow.
A look at how Houston's new starting inside linebackers are being used in Wade Phillips' scheme
And my heart is still broken.
Battle Red Blog takes a look at key plays from this past Monday's Monday Night Football victory in GIF form.
SUNDAAAAY SUNDAAAY SUNDAAAY!!!! (And Tuesday) IT'S A BRAND NEW EDITION OF BATTLE RED RADIO! WHO WILL BE SMITED? WHO WILL BE IGNORED? CAN THE TEXANS BEAT THE PACKERS? ETC.
This week, Battle Red Blog gets off Brice McCain but gets on the case of the disappearing play-action passes.
If BRB had an inner dialogue, this would be it.
This stream has:
Brian Cushing left Monday Night's game in the second quarter with a knee injury.
Brian Cushing left Monday Night's game in the second quarter with a knee injury. His status is currently unknown.
Houston moves to 5-0 for the first time in franchise history as they beat the Jets, also for the first time in franchise history, on ESPN's Monday Night Football.
It's the fourth quarter. How is this not self-explanatory?
We head to the 3rd Quarter with Houston leading New York 17-7. This is Battle Red Blog's real-time chat for Monday Night Football.
In which we look at the sky, ponder its fallability, and pray to J.J. Watt.
Your Texansless Sunday has turned into a Texansful Monday night. Rejoice and comment in the first of the BRB game thread for Monday Night Football!
Get here already, Monday Night Football.
Adam Schefter says no Ben Tate for the Texans in New Jersey tonight.
It's not a real Texans game if BRB isn't making outlandish and completely inaccurate predictions. Plus, it's Monday Night Football, so the stakes of idiocy and embarrassment have been raised.
Whether you want to hate the Jets or just talk trash, The Pregame has you covered.
Get two days full of Texans news and notes in one place.
Apparently, it could have happened, according to a recent article on ESPN.com.
Where are you watching the Texans' 2012 primetime debut on Monday night?
We throw mental darts at a board to determine which team will win in a given week. Sometimes it works, most times it doesn't. This week, I lay out who I'll be picking while I'm on vacation in a major city in Nevada.
With four games under our belt, the Deep Steel Blueprint begins to detail how the Texans can move the ball on offense and how the Jets may try and attack Houston's Bulls On Parade.
For October 4, 2012.
We're not saying Kareem Jackson's pick-six was the most important thing to happen since the moon landing -- just the unlikeliest.
The title says it all.
Troy Nolan's return mean John Beck's departure.
We're all too familiar with that injury as Texans fans. Holmes wasn't going to be playing on Monday night anyway, but it looks like things have progressed from bad to worse for the Jets.
If you squint, it's like Chris Nolan and Batman are returning.
October's shaping up to be quite the defining moment for Gary Kubiak's Texans.
Some Texans stories you may have missed. Check 'em out via BRB.
Find out what's going on with Q. Demps, Keo, and Caldwell.