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Good morning Houston Texans fans. We are one day closer to the start of the regular season, and here is the news you need to know. Enjoy;
26 observations from Texans vs. Cardinals – by John Harris, HoustonTexans.com
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"1. I’ve heard from some people over the past two weeks that thought that inside linebacker Benardrick McKinney wasn’t impressive in their eyes over the first two weeks of the season. I haven’t quite seen it that way. Sunday was confirmation that he was on his game, especially early on. He sniffed out a screen on first play of the game and tackled David Johnson for no gain. Then, on the next play, Pro Bowl guard Mike Iupati pulled on a power play with McKinney in his sights. McKinney shocked and shed him and made the tackle on Johnson."
Brock Osweiler’s success no surprise to his Texans teammates – by Sarah Barshop, ESPN Staff Writer
"Quarterback Brock Osweiler led the Houston Texans down the field in their 34-24 victory against the Arizona Cardinals, looking like the player the Texans were hoping for when he signed a four-year, $72 million contract in March.But though the Texans’ third preseason game looked like the first time Osweiler and the Texans offense had really clicked this preseason, Pro Bowl receiver DeAndre Hopkins said that what the world saw in that game was nothing he doesn’t see every day in practice."
2016 Houston Texans Roster Cuts Tracker: Updating As The News Breaks – via Battle Red Blog
"With the third game of their 2016 exhibition season in the books, the attention of your Houston Texans has officially shifted to the task of roster management. All NFL teams must have their rosters cut down to 75 players by 3 p.m. CDT on Tuesday, August 30th. The final cut down to 53 players has to be made by 3 p.m. CDT on Saturday, September 3rd, so this will be a frantic week around the league with those deadlines and the final game of the preseason looming."