Houston Texans morning huddle: Monday hangover edition
By Randy Gurzi
The Houston Texans lost in ugly fashion on Sunday, which makes this edition of the morning huddle one accompanied by some tough feelings
Good morning Texans fans. Hopefully everyone has been able to get over the game from yesterday. It was an ugly performance but at least Houston is still in first place and they now have an AFC South battle on the schedule.
Here is the news you need to know;
Texans lose five players to injuries against Vikings – by Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle
"It was a painful experience for the Texans against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, in many ways beyond the embarrassment of another road defeat inflicted upon the defending AFC South champions.During a 31-13 loss at U.S. Bank Stadium that wasn’t nearly as close as the scoreboard would suggest, the Texans lost five players due to injuries."
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Road woes continue for overmatched Texans – by Sarah Barshop, ESPN
"After two road games this season, it is clear the Houston Texans have a problem scoring away from NRG Stadium.The Texans lost 31-13 to the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, and quarterback Brock Osweiler finished 19-for-42 for 184 yards and a passer rating of 56.1. He threw a late touchdown but also had a third-quarter interception."
HOUSTON TEXANS SIXTH ANNUAL RUNNING OF THE BULLS – by Maria Carter, ABC 13 Houston
"The 5K run goes all around NRG Park and ends on the field."
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"“They actually get to run in on the actual turf and the actual field that the Houston Texas play on,” said Madison, a Houston Texan Cheerleader who cheered on the runners."