After winning the AFC South for the first time and defeating the Cincinnati Bengals in the wild-card round before losing to the Baltimore Ravens, the Texans’ goal is to win the Super Bowl.
Arian Foster goes vegan: Last week, Texans running back Arian Foster went on Twitter and made an announcement: “Officially a vegan now. We’ll see how this goes. But week one down. So far, so good. Feels wonderful.”
I’ve been pondering depth in the AFC South, and thought as we await the start of training camps we should look at what position groups compose the deep end, and which compose the shallow end on each roster.
They finished second in rushing with Arian Foster and Ben Tate helping
them rank first in time of possession. Matt Schaub (Lisfranc surgery on
right foot, missing six games and two playoff games) and Andre Johnson
(missed nine games because of hamstring injuries and sat out OTAs and
minicamp after scope on knee) are supposed to be 100 percent at the
start of camp. If they stay healthy, the Texans should be a Super Bowl
contender. Defense ranked second. Outstanding pass rush. Only one new
starter in ILB Bradie James
1. Pent up demand for NFL; 2. Huge city with many businesses headquartered here; 3. Great stadium with not a bad ticket in the stadium; 4. Just because people bought tickets, doesn’t mean they go. In the bad years, some folks just didn’t show up.