One day closer to the playoffs, and the Toro Times has you covered with all the Houston Texans news you need
It’s getting closer Texans fans, the post season is almost here. Here is all the news you need to know to keep up with your Houston Texans!
Hopkins on first playoff game: “It is my job” – by Deepi Sidhu, HoustonTexans.com
If you want to hear emotion or excitement from DeAndre Hopkins this week, you won’t.
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The 2015 Pro bowler is approaching the postseason with a businesslike approach despite, making his first playoff appearance on Saturday against the Kansas City Chiefs.
“It is my job, so I am not going to sit here and say it is special because it is my job,” Hopkins said Monday. “I can’t look at it as overwhelmed or excited about something that is my job.”
Ronald Torbert, at the center of an incorrect penalty call in an October NFL game, will work the Chiefs-Texans wild-card game Saturday.
Torbert, in his second season as a referee and sixth year as an NFL official, did not recognize Ravens guard John Urschel’s signaling that he was lining up as an eligible player in a Monday night game Baltimore lost 26-18 at Arizona. The Ravens were flagged for an illegal formation, and the league’s officiating vice president, Dean Blandino, later said Torbert was distracted while correcting the number of a penalized player on the previous play.
HOUSTON TEXANS PLAYOFF TICKETS GO ON LIMITED SALE TODAY – by Steve Campion, ABC 13
he Houston Texans face off with the Kansas City Chiefs this Saturday at NRG Stadium. If you want tickets, the team plans to release a limited amount at 10am online at www.ticketmaster.com.
Texans fever is running high ahead of this weekend’s game. Tickets are already on sale through other websites like the NFL “ticket exchange.” We spotted prices starting around 130 dollars. On stubhub.com, tickets start around 110 dollars.