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Houston Texans 2014 News and Updates
8/15/14 - The Houston Chronicle reports that one of the most interesting position battles taking place at Houston Texans training camp this month is…kicker. The competition between incumbent Randy Bullock and rookie Chris Boswell remains wide open, according to Texans head coach Bill O’Brien. “Both guys have kicked well at times,” O’Brien told reporters recently, “(And) both guys probably wish they had a few kicks back.” Bullock, a Lou Groza Award winner in his senior season at Texas A&M in 2011, was successful on 26 of his 35 field goal attempts in 2013, with a career long of 51 yards. Boswell is a product of the Rice Owls, and was signed by the Texans.
8/8/14 - Houston Texans owner Bob McNair discussed recently why his Texans, despite intense fan pressure, didn’t choose quarterback Johnny Manziel – who fell eventually to Cleveland at #22 – with the first overall pick in this year’s NFL Draft. “I knew…it would be a frenzy,” McNair said in an interview with ESPN.com. “Even if he didn’t succeed…for a couple years, the fans would have been frenzied.” McNair also questioned how well Manziel would have fit in the Texans’ system, “doing what we wanted to do.” The Texans ended up choosing defensive end Jadeveon Clowney with their pick, and are working on turning him into an outside linebacker.
7/28/14 - After leaving teammates, team officials, and pundits wondering if he would be present at the start of training camp, veteran receiver Andre Johnson did indeed show up for the first day of camp, to a slowly building ovation from his teammates before the start of the morning meeting. Johnson had skipped both the Texans’ voluntary offseason workouts and the team minicamp, but remained in contact with coach Bill O’Brien. When asked by a reporter if he wanted to finish his career in Houston, Johnson replied, “That’s my plan.” Earlier, a day before the start of camp, Johnson had said, “I just love playing the game of football …(being) here, being around my teammates, there’s nothing like being around that.”
7/18/14 - With training camp set to open next week, the Houston Texans still have a couple of large questions remaining to be answered. First, will number-one overall 2014 draft pick Jadeveon Clowney be ready to practice? The lineman-turned-linebacker underwent sports hernia surgery in June, and has been taking things day by day; he’s told both the Wall Street Journal and the Houston Chronicle that his participation in early training-camp activities up to the team’s trainers. As for the other question – receiver Andre Johnson, described by teammate Arian Foster, “He is Houston” – he also remains unsigned, and could be subject to daily fines of up to $30,000 for each day of camp he misses. Despite asking for a trade, the Texans are not interested in trading Johnson, so it is quite likely this standoff could last well into camp.
7/14/14 - What is up with Andre Johnson? The Houston Texans receiver reportedly wants a trade, and according to some reports, there are four teams interested in him. Johnson failed to show up for offseason workouts, thereby forfeiting a $1 million incentive written into his current contract, and has said publicly that he’s not sure whether he will show up for training camp later this month. However, the Houston Chronicle’s John McClain believes that when all is said and done, Johnson will still be a Texans receiver in 2014 and not be traded; he’ll either “will report to the Texans under the terms of his contract, or he will sit out.”
6/23/14 - He’s been a starter in St. Louis, Cincinnati, Buffalo, and Tennessee. Now, Ryan Fitzpatrick has been anointed the starting quarterback for his fifth team in his career, the Houston Texans, as announced this week by new coach Bill O’Brien. Fitzpatrick started nine games for Tennessee last year, but was chopped from the team after the season. The announcement means that, going into training camp next month, Fitzpatrick won’t have to look over his shoulder while taking the lion’s share of reps with the first string; before the announcement, the Texans had three other QBs – Tom Savage, T.J. Yates, and Case Keenum – on the roster. Yates has since been traded to Atlanta for linebacker Akeem Dent.
6/6/14 - A couple of items about the Houston Texans have come across the wires (or microwaves, depending on how you receive your news) of interest: first, #1 overall pick in this year’s draft, South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, to a contract valued at a reported $22.272 million in guaranteed money, with a signing bonus well over $14 million. Clowney is expected to transition to an outside linebacker spot in the Texans’ defensive scheme. The other news comes on the offensive side of the ball, where the Houston Chronicle reports that running back Arian Foster is “looking like (his) old self.” Foster played in just eight games last season before having midseason back surgery.
5/30/14 - The battle to be the Houston Texans’ starting quarterback is wide open among four candidates: Ryan Fitzpatrick, Case Keenum, T.J. Yates, and Tom Savage, and all four took part in Texans organized team activities (OTAs) earlier in the week at the Texans’ indoor practice facility. Head coach Bill O’Brien and quarterbacks coach George Godsey have been working hard to make sure all four get the same amount of repetitions and chances to run the first-string offense. But the team is not yet ready to anoint one over any of the others to get the most first-team preparation before the regular season starts, says the Houston Chronicle’s Brian Smith.
5/27/14 - After weeks of speculation by nearly every NFL pundit as to whom the Houston Texans would take as the number one overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft – some even creating petitions to encourage the Texans to grab quarterback Johnny Manziel from nearby Texas A&M – the Texans ultimately went to the defensive side to take South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. Interestingly enough, the Texans also ended up with the very last player overall to be taken in the draft – but it is highly unlikely that safety Lonnie Ballentine will wear the “Mr. Irrelevant” tag for very long; at 6’3” Ballentine will be the tallest safety in training camp. In between the first and last picks of the draft, the Texans also grabbed a pair of beefy defensive linemen, as well as Pitt quarterback Tom Savage in round 4.
4/17/14 - First year head coach Bill O'Brien will lead the revamped Houston Texans onto the field when they open up preseason play against Arizona in Week 1. The Texans, who haven't won a game since Sept 15, hold the NFL's No. 1 overall pick in the 2014 draft, which takes place May 8 (Round 1). See the new-look team's first home game when Houston hosts the Atlanta Falcons in Week 2. The Texans will face stalwart opponents in their final two exhibition matchups: Super Bowl XLVIII runner-up Denver Broncos in Week 3, and NFC runner-up San Francisco 49ers on Aug 28. Houston Texans tickets for their Week 4 showdown at Reliant Stadium start at just $48.
2/11/14 – Houston Texans fans know exactly who they want from their number one overall NFL draft pick and that’s Heisman trophy winner and local kid Johnny Manziel. Jadeveon Clowney and Teddy Bridgewater are two other viable options for the Texans who went 2-14 last season and lost their last 14 games. Recent speculation has surfaced around Blake Bortles being the No.1 overall pick after the Texans hiring of UCF assistant coach, George Godsey. Houston fans will have to hold tight as the NFL Draft won’t take place until May 8!
12/16/13 - The Houston Texans allowed the Indianapolis Colts to bounce back from last week’s loss and extended their franchise-record losing streak to 12, as the team fell 3-25 on Sunday. The Texans played their first game since the firing of head coach Gary Kubiak, but things were still shaky for Case Keenum and company. In Week 16, Houston hopes to avoid a blowout when they host Denver at home in Reliant Stadium. Houston Texans tickets are a steep $210 on average, but just $9 to get in and watch boys trip up the AFC West leaders this Sunday.
12/9/13- Things are looking bleak for the Houston Texans, who have now plummeted to the league's worst record (2-11) after their 20-27 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. The front office is now looking for a veteran NFL coach with worthy experience, after Thursday's defeat compelled the franchise to fire Gary Kubiak. Houston has contacted former Bears coach, Lovie Smith for the position, while the likes of Jack Del Rio (Broncos offensive coordinator) and Ken Whisehunt (Chargers OC) are also in the mix. The team is primed to explode next season, with the already loaded roster in position for a first round draft pick. Houston Texans tickets are just $68 on average when they meet the Indianapolis Colts this Sunday.
12/2/13 - The Houston Texans nearly overcame the New England Patriots on Sunday, but were ultimately drowned out in the hard-fought game (34-31). Though Houston held the lead through the half, racking up 10 points against the Pats, they were defenseless against the Comeback Kid after recess. The Texans’ Ben Tate ran for a monstrous 3 TDs and 102 yards, and Keenum played valiantly to put Houston back in the lead in the third, but it wasn’t enough for the W. Up next, the Houston Texans will face a lesser-weighted opponent for their first chance at victory in ten games, when they meet the Jacksonville Jaguars. Houston Texans tickets are the lowest of the week by far, at just $5 to get in!
11/25/13 - The Houston Texans were unable to halt their downward spiral, losing 13-6 to a team many consider the worst in the league. The Jacksonville Jaguars handed Houston their ninth straight loss (a franchise record), as the squad was held to two field goals, coinciding with Case Keenum's worst start of the year. Next week, the Texans will be playing for pride, as they go up against formidable opponents, the New England Patriots. Houston Texans tickets for next Sunday's match are $158 on average.
11/18/13 - Houston finished 23-28 in their defat by the Oakland Raiders and backup rookie QB Matt McGloin. The frustration is plain in Houston; after high hopes on the season, the Texans’ are now sitting with their eighth consecutive loss. Case Keenum was benched, and Matt Schaub ran onto the field amid a chorus of boos, later exchanging words with an angry Andre Johnson, who stormed off the field with time remaining. Can the team repair itself? The Houston Texans will have the opportunity to boost morale and their record in Week 12, when they host the Jacksonville Jaguars next Sunday. Houston Texans tickets are just $10 to get in.
11/11/13 - Without coach Gary Kubiak, the Houston Texans lost 27-24 to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. The frustrated Texans have now dropped to 2-7 on the season, after their seventh consecutive loss, despite great effort by J.J. Watt (2 forced fumbles) and rookie QB Case Keenum (3 TDs and 201 yds.). Arian Foster, Houston's vital offensive running back, has decided to undergo a season-ending back surgery, and will join other integrals Brian Cushing and Matt Schaub on the sideline. In Week 11, the Texans will meet the Oakland Raiders in Reliant Stadium on Sunday. Houston Texans tickets are just $17 to get-in!
11/5/13 - The Houston Texans nearly stole victory from the Indianapolis Colts Sunday night, but ultimately came up short 27-24. After picking up points early in the game, the Texans maintained their lead through the third quarter with Case Keenum at the helm (who was 20 of 24 for 350 yards, with no picks and three touchdowns), but what followed was disaster. In what was a somber moment on the field, Houston had coach Gary Kubiak suffered a mini-stroke, and was rushed to the hospital after collapsing on the ground--Kubiak was cleared to leave the hospital just this morning. Although the team implores that the loss of their coach was not the reason for their choke, the squad was unavoidably disturbed, and lost their 6th straight game after allowing 15 unanswered points in the fourth. The Texans will be on the road to play the Arizona Cardinals, well rested off their bye. Houston Texans tickets are the cheapest of the week at $61 on average, and a mere $6 to get in!
10/29/13 - The Houston Texans will be coming off their bye week lugging 5 consecutive losses, most recently a heart-breaking 16-17 defeat by the (still undefeated) Kansas City Chiefs. Yesterday, Gary Kubiak announced that the Texans will hope to snap out of their losing streak by starting Case Keenum, who made a strong showing (271 yards) against one of the toughest defenses in his fist regular season game; the Texans are scratching a disappointed Matt Schaub, who may be traded or released in upcoming months. Keenum provided a spark in last week’s game, something Houston will need to conduct again when they host the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday night. Houston Texans tickets at Reliant Stadium are a reasonable $38 to get in and average $137.
10/21/13 - Although there was talk of an upset due for the unbeaten Kansas City Chiefs in Week 7, the Houston Texans were unable to break their undefeated streak, falling 16-17. Not only was it a crushing defeat, but the Arian Foster was taken out with a hamstring injury early in the game, and even worse, the Texans have lost integral linebacker Brian Cushing (again) for the rest of the season due to a torn ACL, leaving their defense vulnerable. On the upside, backup quarterback Case Keenum had his first start (Matt Schaub sidelined with injury), and showed some promise, throwing for 271 yards and a touchdown.The Texans are now entering their bye week, granting much needed rest for their injury ridden line up, and an opportunity for the coaching staff to regroup and strategize for their Week 9 game against the Indianapolis Colts.
10/14/13 - The Houston Texans have fallen to 2-4 on the season, after a crushing defeat (38-13) by the St. Louis Rams on Sunday, making it their fourth consecutive loss. It was a messy game for the Texans, and their mistakes caused them a much-needed victory. There were 4 turnovers, amplified by missteps of backup tight ends Garret Graham and Ryan Griffin, lackluster games from defensive keys J.J. Watt and Brian Cushing, and an injury to starting quarterback Matt Schaub to boot. Schaub was relieved by T.J. Yates who made matters worse, throwing two interceptions—one being a pick-six. The Houston Texans schedule will not be getting any easier, as they next face the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs in Week 7 and subsequently move onto the Indianapolis Colts and the Arizona Cardinals. Schaub should be ready to play next week as the Texans try to turn around their season starting this Sunday. Houston Texans tickets at Arrowhead Stadium are a reasonable $43 to get-in.
10/7/13 - The Houston Texans were dominated by the visiting San Francisco 49ers 3-34 in their Sunday prime-time loss. Head coach Gary Kubiak made the decision to relieve Matt Schaub by backup QB T.J. Yates in the fourth quarter after throwing three interceptions, his first pass of the game being a pick-6 by San Francisco’s Tramaine Brock, making it Schaub's fourth straight game with an interception returned for a touchdown. The offense will try and regain their confidence, putting the ball in the hands of running backs Arian Foster and Ben Tate. The Texans have now lost three consecutive games, and will be heading back home to play the St. Louis Rams at Reliant Stadium next Sunday. Houston Texans tickets are averaging at $152, and $35 at the lowest.
9/30/13 - After a crushing overtime defeat to the 4-0 Seattle Seahawks, who made an amazing fourth quarter rally, the Houston Texans are 2-2 with two consecutive losses. Despite immense effort on the part of monstrous JJ Watt, the Texans blew their 20-3 lead to Russell Wilson and his slippery scrambles. Matt Schaub and company failed to score on two possessions in overtime, losing linebacker Brian Cushing to a concussion in the process. Texans are incredibly displeased with their quarterback’s second half meltdown, as fans reportedly burned Shaub’s jersey outside of the stadium. The Houston Texans’ schedule is not going to get any more forgiving, with their next opponent being the recently reinvigorated San Francisco 49ers in their house, at Candlestick Park. Houston Texans tickets for Week 5 start at $62, and average at $166 in San Francisco against Kaepernick and the Niners.
9/24/13 - After starting off this season with two close victories, the Houston Texans were rocked by the Baltimore Ravens and lost 30-9 on Sunday. Week 4, the Texans have home field advantage when they play the Seahawks at Reliant Stadium. Despite Seattle’s stout defense, Matt Shaub, running back Arian Foster, and wide receiver Andre Johnson, are sure to put up an offensive fight against Russell Wilson and his men. Houston Texans tickets for this game are some of the priciest this Sunday, averaging $235.
6/19/13 - The Houston Texans had their most successful season ever last year, finishing 12-4, winning their division, and making it to the divisional round of the NFL Playoffs, before losing to the New England Patriots. This season the Texans hope to take the next step. Future Hall-of-Fame cornerback Ed Reed joined the team in free agency after winning Super Bowl XLVII and spending 11 seasons with the Baltimore Ravens. The Texans also acquired one of the best punters of all time in Shane Lechler. Prices this season reflect increased expectations. The average price for 2013 regular season tickets at Reliant Stadium is $230, 28% higher than last season. The Texans rank as the thirteenth most expensive NFL team this year, 21% over league average.
Houston Texans 2014 Season
In addition to their AFC South foes, the Texans will meet every team from the AFC North and NFC East. Houston will play against many former players including Matt Schaub and Antonio Smith in Oakland Week 2. Schaub is the all-time leading passer in franchise history, starting eight games last season for the Texans. The most expensive game on the Houston Texans schedule at newly-named NRG Stadium is Week 9 versus the Philadelphia Eagles. It will be a reunion on the field as Philly added linebacker Bryan Braman to a two-year contract and free agent Andrew Gardner. A slew of other names on the Philadelphia Eagles roster have come from Houston including DeMeco Ryans, James Casey, Connor Barwin, Roc Carmichael, Donnie Jones, and Jeff Maehl. In general Houston Texans tickets are similarly priced to last season at this time, up just 3 percent and averaging $227.
The Texans will have a chance at revenge against the Patriots at home on 12/1. Patriots vs. Texans tickets for the Week 13 matchup are the most expensive on the 2013 Houston Texans schedule, with an average price of $349. The least expensive home game comes Week 6 against the St. Louis Rams, with an average price of $173. The Indianapolis Colts figure to be the biggest challenger to the Texans’ AFC South supremacy. Average price for the Texan’s Week 9 home game against the Colts is $246, 38% more expensive than Week 15 in Indianapolis. The Texans also face a tough test at home in Week 16 against the Denver Broncos, which is averaging $325.