Houston's hapless NFL franchise hired the right man for what seem like the wrong reasons—and it's lucky Smith accepted the job.
The most dysfunctional franchise in pro sports has a vacancy, and I have some time to kill.
The Houston Texans’ Jonathan Owens on falling for the Olympic gymnast during the pandemic and watching her compete in person for the first time.
And for the state's other NFL franchise, the Houston Texans, hope looks like the AFC South basement and a prolonged rebuild.
Tony Buzbee, who is representing the plaintiffs, and Rusty Hardin, who is defending the Texans quarterback, are trying to navigate deftly in the #MeToo era.
From local papers to national NFL media, reporting on the allegations against Watson reads like something from another generation.
David Culley’s arrival should inspire hope; instead, with a Deshaun Watson trade looming, there is no such thing as good news in Houston.
The curse of Houston is a curse of management, which makes it the saddest of all.
Maybe Deshaun Watson has had enough of the Houston Texans. Enough losing, enough playoff meltdowns, enough dumb trades, enough physical beatdowns. Maybe it’s as simple as that.He may see J.J. Watt as a cautionary tale, a great player who wasted his best years on losing teams, and Watson doesn’t want
The superstar defensive end has probably played his last game for the Houston Texans. They should remember him properly.
The Best Thing in Texas: Detroit Lions Fans Are Donating to Deshaun Watson’s Charity to Thank Him for the Whupping He Gave Their Team
The Lions have been mired in mediocrity—but Deshaun and the Texans may have helped break the fever.
How do you sack a quarterback from six feet away?
The team traded away their star receiver for a running back and a second-round draft pick.
The face of the Houston Texans says he achieved a ‘lifelong dream’ in hosting ‘Saturday Night Live.'
The Astros’ cheating scandal, coming on the heels of the Texans’ meltdown in Kansas City, is a low point in the city’s long history of sports failure.
The Texans quarterback won his first playoff game in spectacular fashion.
This year saw no shortage of impactful sports news, from Dirk Nowitzki’s retirement to Art Briles's return.
“Win now” makes more sense when your stars are old—and the only person facing the end of the line is Houston’s head coach.
Jadeveon Clowney and Ezekiel Elliott are both threatening holdouts—but for very different reasons.
Our latest homegrown football star has been drafted away from the city he loves.
While the team that abandoned the city 20 years ago owns much of Houston’s football history, that doesn't have to be the case.
The former energy company owner is said to be the man who brought professional football back to Houston.
Why is the former University of Houston star suddenly playing like the best quarterback in the league in his seventh season?
Rookie Texans QB Deshaun Watson Donated His First Game Check To Three NRG Stadium Cafeteria Workers Hit By Harvey
Congratulations, Houston, you have a new favorite player.
The NFL Network’s list of the top 100 players in the league ranks the Houston hero a lot lower than he was a year ago.
If Romo is released, would the other NFL team in Texas pick him up?
Fresh off beating a team led by Connor Cook, the Texans go to New England to face Tom Brady. Yikes.
Brock Osweiler and Dak Prescott replaced the rotating cast of QB’s that both the Cowboys and the Texans featured last year. So how’d they do?
For Cowboys and Texans fans watching from home, that must sting a little.
The team is a 3.5 underdog at home to a team quarterbacked by Alex Smith, and the big picture is even worse.
The quarterback who got dumped by the Cowboys—the Cowboys!—stepped in and stepped up for the Texans Sunday night.
”I like Drew! I don’t like hitting him like that.”
They’re tied for first place, and the Colts are out of Luck for the next few weeks. Is a crappy Texans team led by T.J. Yates playoff bound?
It's unfortunate, but the numbers don't lie.
It's all re-happening.
The beleaguered quarterback has essentially been hounded out of Washington by his coaches. It's time to set him free.
Because of course he does.
Learning to love—or at least respect—the Houston Texans when your heart is in Dallas.
A peek at our September cover, featuring Houston's favorite new hometown hero.
He’s the best defensive player in the NFL but writes his own Christmas cards. He has thousands of fans who’d love to party, but he goes to bed at seven-thirty. He could be the league’s next MVP but enjoys buying his own groceries. Is Houston’s J. J. Watt for real?
J.J. Watt and friends had their HBO debut last night. Here’s what you might have missed.
J.J. Watt Scored on the St. Louis Blues Goalie in a Charity Hockey Event, Because He Can Do Everything
Next week: he makes a hole in one, beats you at Mario Kart, and bakes a better pie than your mom.
The best player in franchise history is done in Houston. Let’s wish him well.
The best player in football plays defense for the 8-7 Houston Texans. That’s the only reason he won’t be the 2014 NFL MVP.
With a new QB under center, the number-one overall pick in this year's draft on the mend, and the bye week coming, now is the time to examine why the Texans have been so underwhelming this season.
These days, no matter how much you love pro football, it's hard to like the NFL.
Ryan Fitzpatrick's leash just got a whole lot shorter, Tony Romo's former backup just got a whole lot richer, and Texans fans who shudder the names "Schaub" and "Carr" just got a whole lot more reasons to laugh at the potential San Antonio Raiders.
Spoiler: They tell us that the bookmakers think that the Cowboys are even less likely to be good than the Texans.