Here are your daily Texans stories for January 25th:
Cardinals expose Texans flawed Quarterback Strategy by Jerome Solomon, Houston Chronicle
"This isn’t about whether Palmer is a better quarterback than Hoyer. On that there is no debate.And it’s not to chastise the Texans for choosing Hoyer over Palmer, which they did not, or to applaud the Cardinals for choosing Palmer over Hoyer, which they did.It is about one organization valuing the position more than the other. And, simply, one team being smarter than the other.The Cardinals recognized they had a problem, and solved it.The Texans spent the past two offseasons trying to convince everyone (and themselves) they were set at quarterback.If you fell for it, I feel for you."
Check out Jabar Gaffney’s Crazy Mugshot by Matt Young, Chron.com
"Jabar Gaffney, who the Houston Texans selected in the second round of the first draft in franchise history, was arrested on one count of marijuana possession, one count of drug possession and one felony count of drug possesssion on Friday in his hometown of Jacksonville."
Texans Raising Ticket Prices by KTRK
"The Houston Texans announced new ticket prices on Friday. And if you want to go, it’ll cost you an average of a little more than $5 per ticket.The average prices will go from $91.87 in 2015 to $97.32 in 2016. Last season, Houston ranked 13th in the NFL in average ticket price."
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Christian Hackenberg could be the answer by Luis Tirado, NFL Spin Zone
"They always say that the ties that bind a coach and player stemming from their tenure together in college football could yield bigger results if taken to the NFL. Such is the possibility when it comes to the quarterback situation of the Houston Texans and why head coach Bill O’Brien might consider taking a chance on his old quarterback from Penn State."
Texans Release Cookbook by Elizabeth Rhodes, Houston Culture Map
"If you’ve ever wanted to know what your favorite Houston Texans are eating to keep them field-ready (here’s looking at you, J.J.), the team just released a cookbook full of recipes from players, staff, and their families, as well as a list of each players’ favorite foods.The first-ever Houston Texans Cookbook features 59 recipes from on-field stars like J.J. Watt and Vince Wilfork (don’t miss his Sticky Chicken) as well as from head coach Bill O’Brien and the team’s chairman and CEO Bob McNair."