Houston Texans

What Would A Vince Young-Led Houston Texans Team Look Like?

Oct 17, 2013 By Dan Solomon

When the former Longhorns star is actively tweeting to the team that they need to give him a call—and Houston rapper Slim Thug is offering to pick him up and drive him to the facilities—it's fair to wonder whether or not Vince Young could actually help the Houston Texans.

Are the Houston Texans a “Tomato Can?”

Jan 21, 2013 By Jason Cohen

Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy says the New England Patriots, which hosts Houston on Sunday, is “the first team in NFL history to get back-to-back byes before advancing to the conference championship game.”

Are the Houston Texans Doomed?

Jan 21, 2013 By Jason Cohen

The Texans' month-long dive from top team in the AFC to number three seed with no bye week has fans and sports scribes talking like the franchise didn't even make the playoffs. 

Beyoncé to Perform at Super Bowl XLVII

Jan 21, 2013 By Jason Cohen

The superstar is playing the halftime show at the Super Bowl this season, and Reliant Stadium is one of two contenders to put on the game again in 2017. All that's missing now? The Texans.

How ’Bout Them Cowboys?!

Jan 21, 2013 By Jason Cohen

The ones at Cowboys.com, that is. A URL the Dallas Cowboys failed to buy is now a "an online dating community for men who enjoy the same country living lifestyle."

Did Slim Thug Curse the Cougars?

Jan 21, 2013 By Jason Cohen

Houston rappers Slim Thug, Bun B, and Paul Wall released a tribute to the Cougars before last week’s game. Let’s just say the song has fared better than the football team.  

Cowboys 52, Texans 10

Oct 31, 2011 By Jason Cohen

After ten seasons as a major NFL franchise, the Houston Texans are picking up some fans, but the blood of Texas still pumps Cowboy blue.

David Carr

Jul 31, 2004 By Evan Smith

“We’re a real NFL football team, and we can go out and make plays. We have talent. We can beat teams. It’s not a fluke if we beat the Cowboys.”

Grand Old Flags

Mar 1, 2002 By Anne Dingus

A groundbreaking exhibit and an accompanying book make this a banner year to stand up and salute the history of Texas's flags.