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Good morning Houston Texans fans. Hopefully everyone is having a great Tuesday morning as we are still soaking in the first win of the season. This is a much better feeling than last season as the team was trying to figure out where to go and who would start at quarterback going forward.
It’s a good time to be a Texans fan. So sit back, enjoy the day and of course get caught up with all the news you need to know. Enjoy;
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28 observations from Texans vs. Bears – by John Harris, HoustonTexans.com
"1. The first drive of the game was plenty of running back Lamar Miller and for good reason. The Bears remained in nickel throughout much of that drive. So, the Texans were able to get a hat on a hat. That meant, Miller got his hands on the rock repeatedly. The offensive line did an excellent job working off of double teams off to the second level, especially in the first half."
Texans rookie Stephen Anderson overcomes case of nerves – by Aaron Wilson, HoustonTexans.com
"“I think these rookies, any time they’re playing in their first regular-season game, it’s not easy,” Texans coach Bill O’Brien said. “There’s some hyperventilation that goes on in the beginning of these games, so I don’t think it’s the easiest thing in the world. But I thought that Stephen came up with some third-down catches that were important, a couple catches within the drive that were important.”"
ILB Max Bullough does “great job” in win over Bears – by Drew Dougherty, HoustonTexans.com
"Max Bullough played a lot on Sunday in the win over the Bears."
"The inside linebacker took over for Brian Cushing, who left with a knee injury after the second series. Bullough finished with five tackles in the victory, and more playing experience than he’d ever accrued in a regular season game. But he was ready."