Texans Morning Huddle–how good can Houston be?


Here are your daily Texans stories for December 2nd:

Can the Texans win out? By Tania Ganguli, ESPN.com

"With five games left in the regular season, the Houston Texans are entering a pivotal stretch. Every remaining opponent is a conference foe. They finish the season with three consecutive AFC South games, beginning with that dreaded yearly trip to Indianapolis, where the Texans have never left with a victory."

Texans new division favorites by Dakota Scott, isportsweb.com

"After coming off of a 9-7 season, the Houston Texans were a favorite to be an elite playoff team entering the 2015 NFL year. However, with a 2-5 start and a very confusing quarterback situation, the Texans weren’t even looking like contenders for their own division. Things turned around quickly for Houston as they have now won their last four games to be tied for the AFC South division lead."

O’Brien challenges defense by foxsports.com

"The Houston Texans are riding a four-game winning streak thanks in large part to a string of dominant performances from their defense. But that doesn’t mean head coach Bill O’Brien is satisfied.Per the Houston Chronicle, the Houston defense ended November having surrendered just two touchdowns, tying for the fourth-lowest total in month in the NFL since 1970."

Patriots-Texans game flexed by Garret Heinrich, houston.cbslocal.com

"The Houston Texans game on December 13th at NRG Stadium against the New England Patriots is being flexed from a 12:00pm start to the Sunday Night Football start time of 7:30pm.The original game scheduled for that time is the Seattle Seahawks vs. the Baltimore Ravens."