• Texans’ Savage gets first NFL start Saturday against Bengals
    Houston Texans

    Texans’ Savage gets first NFL start Saturday against Bengals

    Tom Savage has been waiting for a chance to show everyone what he can do. The Houston Texans’ backup quarterback (starting quarterback?) will get it on Saturday when he makes his first NFL start against the Cincinnati Bengals. Last week, the Texans brought in Savage in the second quarter against the Jacksonville Jaguars, benching Brock Osweiler

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  • Texans edge past Jaguars to hand them ninth-straight loss
    Houston Texans

    Texans edge past Jaguars to hand them ninth-straight loss

    Thanks to the Houston Texans, the Jacksonville Jaguars now have nine straight losses and are 2-12 on the season. For three quarters, though, the Jags looked like they were going to come out on top. Disappointing Texans quarterback Brock Osweiler threw two back-to-back interceptions early in the game, allowing Jacksonville to take a 13-0 lead.

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  • Texans win 22-17 for first-ever seasonal sweep of Colts
    Houston Texans

    Texans win 22-17 for first-ever seasonal sweep of Colts

    Andrew Luck was not a lucky charm this week. The Indianapolis Colts’ quarterback struggled in Sunday’s game against the Houston Texans. The Colts fell 22-17, significantly marring their chances of winning the AFC South and going to the postseason. It was the Texans’ first-ever seasonal sweep of the Colts – and they did it on

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  • Texans ready to battle Colts for division lead
    Houston Texans

    Texans ready to battle Colts for division lead

    The winner of Sunday’s matchup between the Houston Texans and the Indianapolis Colts takes control of the AFC South. The loser will probably struggle to catch up for the remainder of the season. So, no pressure, guys. You could argue that it’s just another game, that all games are important. True, but recent history puts

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  • Packers keep season alive with win over Texans
    Houston Texans

    Packers keep season alive with win over Texans

    It was a close one, but the Green Bay Packers managed to keep their season alive for at least another week with a 21-13 win over the Houston Texans on Sunday. The play that made the difference was a 98-yard touchdown drive in the fourth quarter to break a 7-7 tie. “We needed it,” Packers

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  • Bad officiating dominates in Raiders’ win over Texans
    Houston Texans

    Bad officiating dominates in Raiders’ win over Texans

    The Oakland Raiders beat the Houston Texans 27-20 in Monday night’s matchup at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City – a game that will be remembered for its bad officiating. On Houston’s opening drive, receiver DeAndre Hopkins ran for a 60-yard touchdown but was called out of bounds. Watching the replay, it’s clear he didn’t step

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