Texans morning huddle: Quiet Sunday off for Houston
By Randy Gurzi
Good morning and a happy Monday to all you Texans fans! Not a whole lot was going on in the news world for the Houston Texans as the team enjoyed their day if rest Sunday, still there is always something to catch up on in regards to the team. Today’s links include a look at five things that you could have done to pass the time on Sunday, did you check any of them out?
Coming off best game, Texans linebacker Whitney Mercilus more comfortable on right side – by Aaron Wilson
"In recording a career-high 3 1/2 sacks, Mercilus was playing at his old spot.“Of course, I’m probably a little more comfortable on the right side, which it shows,” Mercilus said. “But I still try and get work on the left side and just try and be as comfortable as I can be.”"
5 Things To Do This Sunday During Texans Bye Week – CBS Houston
"1. Watch Football:Yeah the Texans aren’t playing, but that doesn’t mean the NFL isn’t on. There are plenty of other games. And now you can freely flip around your NFL Sunday Ticket or just leave it on NFL Redzone and not worry about missing the Texans game. Just focus on your fantasy team or watch the Colts lose. It is obviously the first thing you should od.2. GORILLAS!Did you know the Houston Zoo has gorillas? They do. They are big, hairy and awesome to go watch. It is very easy to go spend the three hours you normally would spend watching the Texans at the Houston Zoo just looking at gorillas. Use this time to get out of the house a bit and watch a bunch of large primates run around."
Nate Washington provides important boost to Texans’ passing offense – by Tania Ganguli, ESPN
"There’s an alternate-universe feel to the Houston Texans leading the league in pass attempts right now with 362.Although the running game is normally the strength of the offense, this season the Texans have been forced by circumstance to rely more on their passing game. It helps to have star receiver DeAndre Hopkins, who is open even when he doesn’t seem to be so. Hopkins leads the league in targets and ranks second in yards to Atlanta Falcons receiver Julio Jones. He could be on his way to his first Pro Bowl this season."