Photo Credit: cbssports.com Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers haven’t had their best season so far this year, but in the Monday Night Football win over the Philadelphia Eagles, Rodgers looked like his usual self. However, Rodgers suffered a hamstring injury during the game. Packers’ coach Mike McCarthy stated that he wasn’t sure whether or not the injury will limit Rodgers in practice this … Continue reading Aaron Rodgers May Be Limited in Practice This Week
Photo Credit: The Comeback Tennessee Titans’ wide receiver Andre Johnson has announced his retirement from the NFL. Johnson, 35, played in the NFL for 14 seasons and played for 3 different teams. In 8 games this season, he caught 9 passes for 85 yards and 2 touchdowns. Over his 15-year NFL career, Johnson played in 194 games and caught 1,062 passes for 14,185 yards and 70 touchdowns. He spent 12 seasons with … Continue reading Andre Johnson Announces Retirement from NFL
Photo Credit: YouTube (featured image), ESPN (team logos) ***NOTE: This is assuming all players are healthy, players that are faced with year-long suspensions don’t count, and head coaches can work as coordinators*** Offense: Quarterback: Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts Running Back 1: Lamar Miller, Houston Texans Running Back 2: DeMarco Murray, Tennessee Titans Running Back 3: Frank Gore, Indianapolis Colts Wide Receiver 1: DeAndre Hopkins, Houston … Continue reading NFL Super Teams by Division: AFC South
Photo Credit: The Daily Dolphin – Palm Beach Post Former Houston Texans’ and current Miami Dolphins’ running back Arian Foster has announced his retirement from the NFL. Foster, 30, played in the NFL for 8 seasons, many of which shortened due to injury. He spent is first 7 seasons in the league playing for the Texans before coming to Miami and playing with the Dolphins to start this … Continue reading Arian Foster Announces Retirement from NFL
Photo Credit : sports-logos-screensavers.com Houston Texans vs. San Francisco 49ers This game is at 7 PM ET tonight and it is the first and only game of the night. Last year, the Texans made the playoffs and the 49ers did not. The Texans went 9-7 last year and the 49ers went 5–11. My player to watch for the Texans is quarterback Brock Osweiler. He is one of … Continue reading August 13th NFL Preseason Preview
Photo Credit: samdarley.sportsblog.com Houston Texans The Texans are one of the league’s most improved teams on the offensive side of the ball. They added one of the top running backs in the NFL in Lamar Miller, who has been a star for the Miami Dolphins over the past 2 seasons, and they upgraded from Brian Hoyer at the quarterback position to Brock Osweiler, who did … Continue reading How Each AFC South Team Could Win Super Bowl LI
Photo Credit : bleacherreport.com Lawrence Taylor, Deacon Jones, and Reggie White. Those are just a few of the players that there could be an argument for when it comes to naming the greatest defender ever. JJ Watt? Most certainly not yet. But the question is, when his career is over, will he rank with the best? It’s not often that a guy as dominant as … Continue reading Will JJ Watt One Day Be The Best Defender of All Time?
Photo Credit: deadspin.com Houston Texans’ defensive end JJ Watt has recently undergone back surgery. He will begin training camp on the PUP (physically unable to perform) list, but should be ready to start for the Texans’ defense in the 1st game of the 2016 NFL season. Watt, the only 3-time Defensive Player of the Year Award winner aside of New York Giants’ legend linebacker Lawrence … Continue reading Watt Undergoes Back Surgery