Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Houston Texans Take a Vacation

The Houston Texans get a bye week while Houstonians leave the city. Hurricane Rita looked like it was heading to Galveston Island, which made everyone in Houston flip out, causing the worse traffic jam known to man. From Austin to Houston is a 2- to 3-hour drive--during last weekend it took people 15 hours to make that trip. The news teams in Houston said that the traffic jam was a hundred miles long. People were running out of gas and getting out and riding with other people to get out of town. There are still cars along Highway 183 from Lockhart to Austin that are just sitting there out of gas. Most of the gas stations were out of gas. You can call it a little insane but you can’t blame anyone due to Hurricane Rita coming right on the heels of Hurricane Katrina.

The next game for the Houston Texans will be against the Cincinnati Bengals in Cincinnati. I hate to talk bad about the Texans, but this will be an easy win for the Bengals.

Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Houston Texans Get Creamed

Houston Texans hosted the Pittsburgh Steelers at home and losing 27-7. I do not like to play the blame-game when a team is doing as bad as they are, but firing the offensive coordinator Chris Palmer is a start. It seems that the offense is designed to be a passing team but they do not have a offensive line to hold back the defenders to give Carr enough time to pass the ball nor the receivers to catch the people. There are so many different talents on this team it is a shame that they can’t get it together. Luckily they have this week off so they can get ready for the Cincinnati Bengals for week four in Cincinnati. What team has disappointed you this year already?

Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Houston Texans Fans Feel Let Down

Houston Texans played the Buffalo Bills on Sunday at Buffalo. Leaving the Houston Texans feeling lost in the season. Even though it was the first game, the Houston Texans fans know that it is going to be a long season. There is not much to say about the Texans losing to Buffalo Bills 22-7. J.P. Losman passing over 164 yards and David Carr only passing 25 yards. This is one of the reasons the Houston Texans lost--there are many but one stands out: you can’t expect a good season when nobody steps up. The Houston Texans need to get a line for Carr to be behind. David Carr being sacked 5 times for 45 yards lost. Texans defense only bringing home one sack. The Houston Texans better figure something out because they are hosting the Pittsburgh Steelers at home in the Reliant Stadium. Here is a question for all those Houston Texans fans out there: Is David Carr really going to be who we all thought he was going to be?

Thursday, September 01, 2005

Texans Get Beat By the Dallas Cowboys

With David Carr having a bad day at passing on Saturday at Texas Stadium. Throwing an interception in the beginning of the 2nd quarter. I could not tell who was really playing: the “rookie” David Carr or the one that has been playing these last few years.

This Thursday, they’ll be playing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium, kick-off at 6:30pm. Hopefully the Houston Texans can beat the Buccaneers –after all, they have been playing the last pre-season game for four years. This should be an exciting week for all teams since September 11, 2005 is just around the corner.

Here is a question for thought: Who do you think will be out there competing for the most passing yards out of the whole NFL?