Houston Texans morning huddle: Madden preview and more

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The morning huddle brings you all the Houston Texans news you need to know in order to keep up to date with your favorite NFL franchise

Good morning Houston Texans fans! Happy game day to each and every one of you! To get things kicked off right, here is all the news you need to know. Enjoy;

Madden Preview: Texans vs. Chargers: Via HoustonTexans.com

"The Texans return home to NRG Stadium for the first time since October 30th, as they will face off against the San Diego Chargers on Sunday.Despite the teams difference in records, both sport top end NFL talent, and Madden 17 views each squad as capable of being a tough out on gameday."

DeAndre Hopkins: ‘We know we haven’t reached our potential yet’ – by Sarah Barshop,
ESPN Staff Writer

"Although Houston Texans head coach Bill O’Brien said he thinks the passing game is behind the running game right now, he believes quarterback Brock Osweiler took a step forward on Monday against the Oakland Raiders.Though the Texans lost, the offense looked as good as it has all season through three quarters. Osweiler finished the game having completed 66.7 percent of his passes with a touchdown and an interception. The 243 yard-performance was a big jump from the week prior, when he threw for 99 yards in a Texans win."

Texans’ A.J. Bouye one of NFL’s top-ranked corners – by Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle

"Although Bouye has started just five of nine games, he leads the Texans with 10 passes defended and hasn’t allowed a touchdown pass. Bouye has 34 tackles, one sack and recorded his first interception of the season Monday night against the Oakland Raiders."

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Bolts rookie to provide Wattage at Houston – by Tom Krasovic Contact Reporter, San Diego Union-Tribune

"J.J. Watt, Derek’s older brother, is a defensive lineman with the Texans. The two brothers both attended Wisconsin but, Derek said, never have gone against each other in a practice, let alone an official game."