Yards, points, and wins might come in bunches if Texans’ offense clicks.
Red Zone Play
Mike Bullock's weekly Texans column on BRB.
Some quick insight into the mind behind the offense in Houston.
Lets look at Bill O’Brien’s best and worst decisions of the new league year.
The receiving corps makeover is in full swing.
The Texans’ 2020 roster could still use some adjustments.
With the NFL Draft just days away, the Texans GM is surely plotting something.
Three predictions for the Texans’ passing attack in 2020. What are yours?
Winners win, losers lose, and water is wet
The fire sale at NRG Park shouldn’t stop with Jadeveon Clowney and DeAndre Hopkins.
If he has to choose one, does Bill O’Brien need to be all in at edge or cornerback?
An outline for Bill O’Brien
Time to come home, Bouye.
After Watson and Tunsil, who should be next?
Could Bill O’Brien’s master plan include a run at his old QB?
The Texans’ problems run deeper than the defensive staff.
Houston’s 13th ranked offense squares off against Buffalo’s 3rd ranked defense.
While they’ve been here before, the Texans might finally be in the franchise red zone for good.
The former Houston Texans General Manager is reportedly ready to return from his hiatus.
The waters are high. Things are treacherous.
The next few weeks are a snapshot of January.
It might not be time to push the panic button, but the clock is ticking.
Is the system biased against star defenders or just J.J. Watt?
Amazing Monday Night Football game marred by same old problem