On power outages, both real and as metaphorical representations of the Texans' December. Plus other stuff.
Just bask in the glory of J.J. Watt and all will be well, Texans fans.
Look at this picture of Quintin Demps! It's proof that at some point this season, he's been in front of somebody!
After the playoffs, I mean. The regular season opponents for next year are now a matter of public record.
Will any of them say what you were thinking? I'm guessing no, but you'll have to read to find out.
A journey through hell led by Matt Schaub and narrated by your favorite crew of miscreants.
It's official now. The Texans will host the Bengals...whenever you click this post.
Goodbye, homefield advantage. Goodbye, bye. Goodbye, hope.
Enjoy the third seed.
Kill me now.
Please win. Please?
Comment and/or read in real time as the Texans take on the Colts in the final game of the 2012 regular season.
A regular season finale that means a whole lot to the Texans awaits. Pass the final painful hours/minutes/seconds in BRB's Countdown to Kickoff thread.
Links about football and stuff.
Pay your respects to 2012 in BRB's final Saturday Night Open Thread of the year.
In other words, vote your past nightmare or your future night terror.
The last post brought to you by Buffalo Wild Wings. I can tell you're sad. No really, stop applauding. It's rude.
Who has been the Texans' Offensive MVP this year?
These things shall come to pass, or my name isn't Scott.
J.J. Watt continues to impress with his off-the-field actions.
What are your plans for Sunday's regular season finale?
Make with the Qs, and I'll make with the As. Wait, that didn't sound right.
We take an in depth look at Matt Schaub's decision making skills in Sunday's loss to the Vikings.
Witness who should win the NFL's end-of-season awards.
You've got questions, and I've got answers. Well, maybe. Okay, probably not. But I do have lame jokes!
The AFC alternates are full of Texans, too.
Take a look at the history and present as the Texans steel themselves for yet another trip to Indianapolis. Maybe this time they'll actually win.
This is a strange, new world we're living in. Eight Houston Texans named to the AFC roster for the 2013 Pro Bowl.
You're sick of your family anyway, right? Let's get back to football and ignore those suckers.
Any Texans fans hoping that the Colts would opt to rest their studs for their wild card game next week are out of...luck.
Can't really argue with Scott Mitchell's assessment of Brown's nefarious actions.
The NFL answers that question tonight.