1. 2010 NFL Mock Draft: Houston Texans' Best Case, Worst Case, and Most Likely Case

    The Houston Texans have historically been a good drafting team.  Consider 2006.  Most people probably remember the debate over Mario Williams, Reggie Bush, and Vince Young, but what many ...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about over 4 years ago 5,950 reads 17 comments

  2. Houston Texans Fans Offer Solace to Minnesota Vikings Fans

    Wednesday was the one-month anniversary of the end of the Houston Texans season. During that time, I've been watching the playoffs, recapping the season and trying to think about free agency and the draft—all the while thinking, "wait 'til next year

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about over 4 years ago 569 reads 4 comments

  3. Houston Texans Stars Shine Brightly in 2010 Pro Bowl

    Only four minutes into the Pro Bowl on Sunday night, NFL fans were treated to a sight that Texans fans get to see nearly every weekend. Matt Schaub to Andre Johnson...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about over 4 years ago 549 reads 1 comments

  4. Houston Texans Season in Review: Offense Edition

    Hello, my name is Robert and I have a problem. It's been three weeks since my last Texans game. I've tried watching other football games and while I find them entertaining, they're lacking a certain personal touch...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about over 4 years ago 954 reads 6 comments

  5. Why Rick Dennison Was Houston Texans' Right Choice as Offensive Coordinator

    The Houston Texans announced that Rick Dennison has been hired to succeed Kyle Shanahan as offensive coordinator. Good move, Kubiak. Now, unfortunately, most fans can't really tell the difference between one coordinator and another...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about over 4 years ago 2,462 reads 2 comments

  6. Super Bowl Predictions: Why the AFC Will Win

    With the playoffs beginning this weekend and the Super Bowl only a month away, it's time for some fearless predictions...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about over 4 years ago 1,397 reads 8 comments

  7. Houston Texans' Historic Season Ends in Disappointment

    And there it is. Another Texan season ends in Week 17. That was anti-climatic. I really struggled with what to write about. I mean, there will be plenty of time to talk about what went right and what went wrong...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about over 4 years ago 217 reads 2 comments

  8. Ten Fearless Houston Texans-Related Predictions for the Next Decade

    About now you're probably inundated with all sorts of "Best of the Decade" articles. You know, stuff like "10 Best Thursday Night Arena League Games" and "10 Best Tuesday Afternoon Kansas City Royals Games Started by a Guy Named Roy"...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about over 4 years ago 44,090 reads 27 comments

  9. NFL Playoff Scenarios: Texans' Playoff Hopes Still Have Life

    Despite the less-than-inspired performance by your Houston Texans this past Sunday, the team was able to come out with a victory. Considering the way this season has gone, let's not complain about the aesthetics of the win and just accept it as is...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about over 4 years ago 3,699 reads 4 comments

  10. Texans' Playoff Hopes Hanging By a Thread, But Still Hanging

    For a few weeks, I was writing a weekly "Houston Texans Playoff Outlook" column before the team decided to party like it was 2005 and blow four straight divisional games, essentially emasculating all post-season hopes in the process...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about over 4 years ago 1,129 reads 4 comments

  11. Bob McNair Has Houston Texans Positioned To Succeed

    It's hard to emotionally build yourself up to write a preview of this weekend's upcoming game when your team repeatedly kicks you in the crotch. Last weekend's loss to the Jaguars was the final nut shot and essentially wrapped up the 2009 season...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about over 4 years ago 880 reads 0 comments

  12. Texans Biggest Opponent this Week is Not Jacksonville

    I live in a small coastal town in Florida and there’s a large inter-coastal river with a bunch of islands. Every now and then, we take my friend’s sailboat and go camping on one of the islands...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about over 4 years ago 464 reads 2 comments

  13. Gary Kubiak May Take the Fall After Houston Texans' Latest Collapse

    The recipe was familiar. Play one good half and one bad half. Mix in a few questionable throws from Matt Schaub, plus a heartbreaking fourth-quarter performance, and stir...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about over 4 years ago 2,201 reads 20 comments

  14. Houston Texans vs. Tennessee Titans: More Than Your Average Rivalry

    Two months ago, just before the Week Two game between the Texans and Titans, I wrote that the rivalry had the potential to build into one of the great rivalries in the NFL...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about over 4 years ago 1,157 reads 22 comments

  15. Houston Texans' Playoff Scenario Changes During Bye Week

    The Texans didn’t play this past weekend so I decided to take a bye week as well. The wife and I flew up to New York to visit some friends, do some touristy stuff, and eat and drink to dangerous levels...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about over 4 years ago 584 reads 2 comments

  16. Houston Texans Gear Up For Playoff Run. No, Really.

    Are you a Texans fan? Have you mentioned the word playoffs? Try it. It feels dirty. But with just over half the season gone, the Texans are actually in position to possibly make a playoff run...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about over 4 years ago 350 reads 1 comments

  17. Texans-Colts: Texans Provide Fans With Hope, Disappointment

    The Houston Texans' season continues to ride the sea of emotions, cresting with exhilarating highs but dragged down by missed opportunities...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about over 4 years ago 130 reads 0 comments

  18. Texans Visit Colts For Their Biggest Divisional Game Ever

    This weekend's clash against the Colts may just be the biggest game in Houston Texans history. Now, when the biggest game in team history comes in week 9 of the regular season, it probably says ...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about over 4 years ago 230 reads 0 comments

  19. Ryan Moats or Steve Slaton: Who Should the Houston Texans Start?

    "I told Steve in the locker room to get his chin up. This team needs him playing well and making plays, and I'm expecting him to come right back next week and help us...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about over 4 years ago 1,881 reads 11 comments

  20. Buffalo Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick Brings Back Painful Memories for Texans Fans

    Otto Graham, Ed Rubbert, Mark Rypien, Peyton Manning, and Ryan Fitzpatrick. What do they all have in common? They are the only quarterbacks in NFL history to throw for 300 yards in their NFL debut...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about over 4 years ago 477 reads 0 comments

  21. Texans-49ers: Houston Won, So Why Am I Still Nervous?

    Sometimes I need to remind myself not to be too negative. I mean, we won right? It's hard to win in the NFL. Shouldn't we all be excited after a win? Still, I didn't wake up today with that exciting feeling that you get after a solid victory...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about over 4 years ago 370 reads 4 comments

  22. Texans vs. 49ers: Line Play and a Quick Start Key to Success

    It seems like every week there has been some underlying storyline to the Houston Texans upcoming game. Last week was a battle between two teams with tendency to take things down to the last second...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about almost 5 years ago 189 reads 0 comments

  23. Texans Season Provides Reasons For Optimism and Concern

    I don't have to read the headlines to know the question-du-jour regarding the Texans. It's the same question we asked after an 8-8 season in 2007, and again last year...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about almost 5 years ago 137 reads 3 comments

  24. Texans and Bengals Promise To Be Exciting Until the End

    I wanted to write a technical preview of the Houston Texans- Arizona Cardinals game. I wanted to talk about how this may be the most balanced offensive attack the Texans have faced this year...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about almost 5 years ago 256 reads 11 comments

  25. Texans Play Consistently Inconsistent

    After Week One against the New York Jets, there were all sorts of concerns about the Texans on both offense and defense, such as how well can Matt Schaub play from his back? After the ...

    Robert Vega Written by Robert Vega about almost 5 years ago 94 reads 0 comments