Here are your daily Houston Texans stories for Friday:
Johnson returning to Houston by KHOU
"Just days after announcing his retirement from the NFL, Andre Johnson says he’s coming home to Houston.In an Instagram post Wednesday, Johnson thanked the Colts and the Titans for his post-Texans opportunities, but he also thanked the McNaire family and the Houston Texans."
Johnson has always been one of the classiest guys in the NFL. He had many great moments with the Texans, but there will always be one moment that stands out for me and a lot of other people as well–him going HAM on Cortland Finnegan in a game against the Titans.
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Texans Midseason Grades by Russell Baxter
"While the free-agent addition of running back Lamar Miller has begun to pay off, the jury is still very much out on fifth-year quarterback Brock Osweiler. The former Broncos signal-caller is completing only 59.3 percent of his passes and has more turnovers (10) than touchdown passes. The young performer has given up the football at least once in each games this season."
Osweiler has been uneven at times to say the least. But chemistry does not come overnight. While his bad moments are written about more than his good ones, he was a huge reason the Texans came out victorious against the Colts.
With unproven players, the bad will be emphasized more than the good. But if you’re Aaron Rodgers or Tom Brady, the bad will largely be pushed aside in light of all they have done. Not that there has been much bad in regards to Brady…on the field at least.