Well the week is flying by, as it is now already Thursday. One day closer to a long weekend, and what better way to get your morning started than to catch up on all things related to your treasured Houston Texans. Let’s see what is newsworthy with our team;
Be prepared for drama in 2015 – By Marc Vandermeer of HoustonTexans.com
"Buckle up.Your NFL experience is about to change.Extra points have gone from 20 to 33-yard kicks. Even if most kickers make 90 percent of their 33 yarders, that means about once every four games an extra point will be missed. Compare that to about once per season, if that, and you have what’s called a game changer.The league didn’t go as far as putting the ball at the one or one-and-a-half yard line for two point conversion attempts. That would have really shaken things up by adding even extra incentive for coaches to go for the deuce."
Breakfast: O’Brien on Draft Day trades – By Drew Dougherty
"“If we really like a player and we have conviction on this player, like we know we have a consensus that the scouting staff and the coaching staff like this player, we have a vision, we know where this guy is going to fit, let’s go get him,” O’Brien said recently in a season ticket holder conference call. “So if we feel like we’re going to lose him, let’s trade up and go get him.”"
Texans coach O’Brien turns his attention to center – By Fox Sports
"The Houston Texans are in the market for a new starting center after releasing seven-year starter Chris Myers earlier in the offseason. Luckily for head coach Bill O’Brien, a few candidates are already in place on the roster. “Right now, there’s Ben Jones who has basically been out there during our coaching sessions during Phase 1 and Phase 2 and he’s done a good job,” O’Brien said, according to the team’s official website. “He’s smart, tough, loves football, good guy, and good teammate so he’s been out there.”"
Washington Redskins RUMORS: Would RGIII Ever Go To The Houston Texans? – By Brandon Katz of Headlines & Global News
"We have no clue if quarterback Robert Griffin III is going to be on the Washington Redskins’ roster next season. Yes, new Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan exercised the club’s fifth-year option on RGIII that will pay him around $16 million in 2016. But it’s just as likely that the Skins will part ways with the talented yet embattled QB if he has a bad season this year.If that happens, where would Griffin end up? In a piece based purely on hypotheticals, Grantland’s Robert Mays offered up the Houston Texans as a possible landing spot."