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Week 6 2017: Cleveland Browns v. Houston Texans - No Watt, No Mercilus, No Excuses

All of BRB's content leading up to, during, and after the Texans' game against the Browns.

Fantasy Flex: Start-Sit Recommendations For Week Six

The bye weeks are here and last week saw a bevy of injuries. So who should you start or sit in Week Six?

Who Are The Best And Worst Teams In The AFC South In Week Six?

Texans fans weigh in on the current state of the division.

Checking The Pulse: Will The Texans Win The AFC South?

Tell me how you feel.

Ministry of Information’s Week Six Preview: Cleveland Browns

This is the most objective preview of this week’s tilt against the Cleveland Browns you will find on the planet.

The Captain's Log 2017, Game 5: "Heroes—Two Fall, Two Rise”

Capt Ron chronicles the Texans' recent loss to the Chiefs before reviewing the latest from around the AFC South. Join the conversation at Battle Red Blog.

New Faces, Old Opponents: Cleveland Browns

10 draft picks and a ton a cap room later, the Browns have a lot of new faces (but not any wins).

J.J. Watt And Whitney Mercilus Are Gone, So Now What?

How Houston can pick up the pieces without two of their best defensive players.

Battle Red Newswire: October 11, 2017

Your one-stop shop for Houston Texans, local sports, and news from around the league for Wednesday, October 11, 2017.

Houston Texans Podcast: I Hate Sunday Night

Matt Weston and BFD attempt to mend broken hearts and preview Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns LIVE at 7 p.m. CDT.

Houston Texans Roster Moves: Texans Claim One Off Waivers, Cut Two

A familiar face returns to Houston as two other players are let go.

Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Wednesday: Week Six

The best options available for waiver adds in Week Six.

2017 NFL Power Rankings: Week 6

After two season-ending injuries and a rough loss on Sunday night, where do the Texans fall in the power rankings this week?

Red Zone Play: Next Men Up

With the season-ending injuries to Whitney Mercilus and J.J. Watt, the Texans have to get creative.