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The Captain's Log - Bye Week: "Dry Dock"


The bye week review of the Texans' first seven games of 2013.

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Sorry For All the Football from Fox Sports 1


Do you dream of bathing in an unending wave of college football goodness? Do you ever feel like you just see too much of your girlfriend, the sun or your Jack Russell, Bo?  If so, do we have...

Not Your Grandmother's Texans


These Texans are new and improved, as witnessed by how they responded to the egg laid last Sunday night.


Going Forward: Brook Lopez

During the playoffs, we've been reviewing the 2011-2012 seasons of certain Net players. This one's gonna be a little bit different. Who's up today? Photo from Golden State of Mind Take the jump &...

Remember This When You Overreact To Whoever The Texans Take In The 2012 NFL Draft


A look back at how Texans fans reacted to past Texans' drafts on Battle Red Blog.

If Not David Carr, Then Who, Back In 2002?


Texans fans look back on the 2002 NFL Draft with something less than fondness. But if Houston didn't take David Carr with the first overall pick back then, who did Texans fans want?

BoC Gameday: Zombies


It's still early, forever.

The Morning Blitz: Daily Utah links


Links and a look back at the '10 San Diego State football game.

Taking Stock: Gary Kubiak's Season So Far


Will Gary Kubiak's voyage take him to Ithaca? What about the Super Bowl?

How does 2010 stack up to 2008 and 2004?


Utah is on pace for an undefeated season. How does 2010 compare to 2008 and 2004 after six games?

Reset Button: The 2002 Expansion Draft


Rivers McCown looks back at the 2002 Expansion Draft. Why couldn't Tony Boselli just admit he was hurt?

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