Check out the Texans’ snap counts from their Wild Card contest with the Colts!
Matt Weston and BFD review the Texans’ loss to the Indianapolis Colts and the end of their 2018 season.
Week 18 2018: Indianapolis Colts v. Houston Texans - The Rubber Match That'll End A Season
All of BRB's content leading up to, during, and immediately after the Texans' Wild Card game against the Colts in the 2019 NFL Playoffs.
Will someone or several someones take the fall for Houston’s latest playoff disaster?
With so much to write and talk about after every game, and not enough time for one person to write about it all, the masthead joins together and writes about another early playoff exit.
For the last Texans game of the season, the BRB gang get together and react in real time to Saturday’s entirely-too-early playoff tilt.
The NFC takes center stage for the final wild card game of the weekend.
It’s time for Day 2 of the Wild Card Weekend, and the Ravens take on the Chargers.
The 2018 season comes to an end for the Houston Texans.
It’s time for the final quarter between the Texans and the Colts.
The second half between the Texans and the Colts is about to kick off.
It’s time for the second quarter between the Texans and Colts on Wild Card Weekend.
It’s the first quarter of this Wild Card matchup between the Texans and Colts.
The 2019 NFL Playoffs are here. Cabs are here. Pod is here. Indianapolis-Houston, Seattle-Dallas, Los Angeles (C)-Baltimore, and Philadelphia-Chicago.
Two AFC South rivals will square off in the NFL Playoffs for the right to advance to the Divisional Round.
The BRB staff gathers to predict the outcome of Saturday’s Wild Card playoff match-up between the Indianapolis Colts and the Houston Texans at NRG Stadium.
These were no-doubters, but it’s still nice to see happen.
Matt Weston takes a look at the last month of Deshaun Watson’s season and why he’s the Houston Texans’ most important player this postseason.
Houston may not have the advantage on the line of scrimmage, but they do have the advantage in postseason experience.
Matt Weston ranks the NFL teams 32-1 now that the regular season is over and the NFL Playoffs are set to begin.
Because recognizing the Texans’ kicker for simply a month’s worth of excellence in December ain’t enough.
A well-deserved honor for two Texans.
Here’s the latest injury updates for the Texans as the playoffs get ready to begin.