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The Texans finished the 2014 season with a 9-7 record, just a game away from the makeing the playoffs. J.J. Watt's 20.5 sacks, 78 tackles, and 3 TD receptions contributed to the teams success and led to him being a contender for 2014 NFL MVP. Look for Watt to up his game after he was overlooked and Aaron Rogers was selected as the MVP. A healthy Jadeveon Clowney will do nothing but help Watt lead the Texans back to the playoffs.
The Texans have name Brian Hoyer as the starting QB for 2015 ahead of Ryan Mallett and have looked good in the HBO series, Hard Knocks. They went 2-2 in the preseason despite Watt and Wilfork sitting out.
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Week 1 in review. (9/14/15)
The Texans struggled in Week 1 against the Chiefs. Starting QB Brian Hoyer threw an interception and had a fumble that gave the Chiefs a short field on two consecutive possessions in the first quarter. The Chiefs were able to score both times. Those two mistakes, combined with Alex Smith’s three touchdown passes, were enough for the Chiefs to win the game 27-20.
There were a couple of bright spots throughout the game. J.J. Watt showed the world, yet again, why he was voted the best player in the NFL and defensive player of the year in 2014. He played his normal superhuman game and finished with 2 sacks and 7 tackles. Jadeveon Clowney played more than expected and was consistently able to set the edge and put pressure on Alex Smith. He also showed that he still has the speed to chase a running back down from the backside when he chased down and tackled Jamaal Charles behind the line of scrimmage to force a fourth down.
The defense didn’t gel and the secondary seemed out of sync with the front 7. This caused the Texans to give up plays that they wouldn’t have otherwise. There’s little doubt that defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel will make adjustments over the next week and that the defense will play more as squad against Carolina.
The 2015 NFL Draft kicks off tonight! (4/30/15)
The 2015 NFL draft will begin tonight in Chicago and continue through the weekend. This is the first year that the draft has taken place outside of New York city since 1963. The first round selections will happen tonight, the second and third round selections will be picked tomorrow night, and rounds 4-7 will conclude the draft on Saturday.
The Houston Texans enter the 2015 with 10 picks. They will pick 16th in rounds 1-7, barring any trades, and received 3 compensatory picks. This means that they'll have 2 5th round selections and 3 6th round selections. The extra picks, combined with the cap space available, gives the Texans the ability to do very well in the draft. Keep checking back and we'll announce the 2015 picks when they're available.
2015 Top 50 List for NFL Jersey Sales Has Been Announced! (4/21/15)
The 2015 Top 50 list for NFL Jersey sales has been announced. The Houston Texans are well represented with J.J. Watt coming in at #8! Watt is one of four non QBs to make the top ten.
Russel Wilson retained the #1 spot again in 2015 just behind Peyton Manning. Tom Brady came in third, but we can't find anyone who will admit to owning a Brady jersey so maybe he's buying his own. Colin Kaepernick and Aaron Rodgers are numbers four and five respectively and Dez Bryant comes in at 6th followed by Richard Sherman. J.J. Watt, Marshawn Lynch and Johnny Manziel round out the top 10.
Watt is the only Texan in the top 50 but we're expecting that to change in 2016 as the Texans make a deep playoff run. Look for Clowney and Wilfork to be on this list next year!
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Romeo Crennel brings 32 years of experience coaching in the NFL, including the last 12 seasons spent as either head coach or defensive coordinator.
Crennel brings with him a longstanding track record of success, including appearing in six Super Bowls and winning five of them (New York Giants – XXI, New York Giants – XXV, New England – XXXVI, New England – XXXVIII and New England – XXXIX). Additionally, he has been a part of 13 playoff seasons with six conference titles and nine division titles.
George Godsey joined the Texans in 2014 as the quarterbacks coach, and reunited with Bill O'Brien. Godsey met O'Brien at Georgia Tech where he was a QB and O'Brien was a coach. Godsey played one season in the Arena Football League after college before becoming a coach. He coached at Central Florida and was then hired by the New England Patriots in 2011 as the tight ends coach under Bill O'Brien, then offensive coordinator for the Patriorts.
O'Brien named Godsey the Texans offensive coordinator in 2015 and relinquished the play calling to him. Godsey set several school records at Georgia Tech as a quarterback that still stand today.
Bob Ligashesky joined the Texans coaching staff as special teams assistant in March of 2013. He is in his 10th NFL season and has an additional 19 years coaching experience in the collegiate ranks.
Ligashesky served as the special teams coordinator for Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2012. The Buccaneers led the NFL that season with four blocked punts.