As the playoffs continue, the NFL offseason for the teams who aren’t still fighting is very much underway, with two such teams at the forefront of conversation being the Miami Dolphins and the Houston Texans. These two teams have been linked since rumours of a possible Deshaun Watson trade started circulating.
It’s been a long season, in more ways than one. Not only have NFL players been subjected to strict protocol and testing with regards to COVID-19—it’s been tough for fantasy football managers to keep track of who’s in and who’s out, and who’s playing when.
Nobody knows where Deshaun Watson will be playing his football in 2021, but the one thing that we know for sure is that whatever team he’s playing for will be a hell of a lot of fun to watch on offense, and whatever jersey he is donning will be flying off the shelves for years to come.
Bill O'Brien held every football job that matters for the Houston Texans, but a dodgy offseason doomed him. The Texans fired O'Brien on Monday after an 0-4 start, but the problems won't end there for the AFC South franchise.
Another season has gone by and the Houston Texans have yet again stumbled in the NFL playoffs.
After nearly sleepwalking into wildcard round defeat against the Buffalo Bills, the Texans lived to survive another day. This is largely due to Deshaun Watson calling upon his inner Michael Jordan to deliver some overtime magic.
After the Chiefs’ shocking home loss to the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday night, Kansas City’s Super Bowl odds took a giant dip, going from 7-2 to 6-1, according to theScore. It was their third loss in the last four primetime games at Arrowhead going back to last year’s losses to the Patriots (AFC Championship) and to the Chargers (Week 15). The loudest stadium in the world doesn’t look unconquerable anymore.
Take a breath football fans. If you didn't watch the game live, this writer can only hope you had your DVR set. Or, however you choose to watch your football, make it a priority to get this on a screen near you.
One critical aspect will run throughout the whole season - stay healthy. If luck is on their side, it should be playoffs for the Houston Texans.
Andrew Luck continued his comeback season on Saturday as the Indianapolis Colts cruised to their largest road victory in 23 years, defeating the Houston Texans 21-7 in the first AFC Wildcard game.
After a gruelling regular season, the NFL playoffs commence this weekend and the first clash is between the Houston Texans and the Indianapolis Colts.
Houston are making a charge and will be hard to stop in the playoffs.