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Watt and a Quarterback Make it Happen in Houston
Houston Texans tickets gave fans some hope last season as they finished 9-7. More importantly, Texans fans have a major hero to cheer on in J.J. Watt. If things fall into place, Houston is capable of winning 10 or 11 games and making the playoffs. The toughest battle will be trying to unseat the Indianapolis Colts from the top of the AFC South.
The Houston Texans find themselves in the position of many NFL teams, trying to find a reliable quarterback. There are two possible candidates in 2015, Ryan Mallett and newcomer Brian Hoyer. Mallett may have the inside edge here as he won the job last season before being knocked out with injury. Hoyer comes in from Cleveland, where he performed fairly well. Both are familiar with the system of Bill O’Brien so expect a tough training camp battle. As of this writing either could win the job and honestly, the Texans will be looking for consistency above all else.
Texans tickets holders know they can depend on Arian Foster no matter who runs the offense. Foster is a 1,000+ yard rusher and has no problem catching the ball out of the backfield or in the slot. Houston will also be banking on more out of Alfred Blue, a second year runner with the potential to make some bank in the passing game.
Filling the shoes of Andre Johnson is going to be tougher. With their career receiver now in Indy, the Texans will have to spread things out. DeAndre Hopkins likely becomes the top target. Hopkins caught 76 passes in 2014. Otherwise, it’s probably time for some new faces. Cecil Shorts was picked up in free agency along with Nate Washington to make things interesting. Houston also drafted Jaelen Strong in the 3rd round to throw into the mix.
We might as well just keep typing the name J.J. Watt over and over again. The NFL defensive MVP racked up 20 sacks last season, forced fumbles, and scored touchdowns. Watt is all over the field and the undeniable leader of the Texans defense. Houston is hoping to get a good season out of Vince Wilfork at nose tackle and better production from Jared Crick to complement Watt.
The linebacker and secondary group could go a long way towards helping the Texans on the path to winning. The draft gave Houston Kevin Johnson in the first round and he’ll join a steady seceondary anchored by Johnathan Joseph. Safety got an upgrade with the signing of Rahim Moore to man the middle of the field. Overall, the Houston Texans have a middling defense made much better by the presence of Watt, who is the kind of player that elevates everyone around him. Just seeing Watt play makes Texans tickets worth every nickel.
The Gut Check
Again, it comes back to quarterback. The Houston Texans have a strong running game and a game changing player on defense. The guy under center is going to make the difference in 2015 for the Texans. With a steady hand there, Houston could be in the postseason picture in 2015.
The Houston Texans have gotten themselves in position to win a playoff spot. To do that they’ll have to improve their performance within the AFC South, no mean feat with the Indianapolis Colts steamroller still around. But the Texans have gotten good enough to beat the Colts, which means the season opener in Reliant Stadium, when Manning comes to town, is the hottest 2015 Texans ticket in the Lone Star State. Or maybe that’s Texans tickets in Week 3, when the Dallas Cowboys come to town. A Texans schedule that includes contests with the Giants, Chargers, Titans, and Ravens means Houston Texans tickets offer an NFL season charged with big games.
Houston Texans tickets are poised to yield a trip to the NFL playoffs in 2010. A bold statement but one Texans fans feel is long overdue. Since the arrival of Head Coach Gary Kubiak the Texans have been on an upward path that could very well be rewarded with success in the new season. The development of Matt Schaub in combination with Andre Johnson and Owen Daniels has produced one of the NFL’s most effective offenses. Mario Williams leads a defense designed to crush opposing quarterbacks. Kubiak is a clever play caller and his schemes yield points. All that remains is for the Texans to stay healthy, get better within the division, and the Promised Land of the post-season awaits all who are lucky enough to land Houston Texans tickets.
2010 Houston Texans Tickets – the Offense
Most NFL teams would love to have Matt Schaub. His 4, 770 yards and 29 touchdowns in 2009 put Schaub in elite territory among NFL quarterbacks. His accuracy is reflected in his 67.9% completion ratio. And Matt Schaub has the grit to play through injury and still deliver a good performance. If the key to winning in the NFL hinges on the quarterback then the Texans are in good shape. Of course it doesn’t hurt to have a target like Andre Johnson, perhaps the most well rounded wide receiver in the NFL. Johnson can catch the ball in traffic across the middle of the defense or kill a cornerback with deep speed. His presence and work ethic make him a leader in the locker room. Armed with a new contract, Johnson is the type of player who will earn every dollar. If there’s a fly in the ointment it’s the lack of a dynamic running back. But Kubiak makes good use of a zone running scheme that keeps defenses on their toes. It’s hoped that rookie Ben Tate out of Auburn can step in and make a difference, and Adrian Foster showed promise in his first season. If Houston gets a running game to go with their passing game, the AFC South could belong to the Texans.
2010 Houston Texans Tickets – The Defense
The Houston Texans base their defense on the play of the defensive line, a pretty obvious choice when you can line up Mario Williams on either side. The first choice of the franchise has made his mark in the NFL with outstanding play, whether healthy or ailing. With Williams lining up on one side and Antonio smith on the other the Houston Texans are built to stop a passing game. But it doesn’t end there. Linebacker DeMeco Ryans is a solid defender and the emergence of rookie Brian Cushing in 2009 was a godsend. The secondary got a boost with Bernard Pollard coming aboard last season and there are high hopes for cornerback Kareem Jackson, an Alabama product who should be able to step right in.
2010 Houston Texans Tickets – AFC South Champs?
The Houston Texans have gotten themselves in position to win a playoff spot. To do that they’ll have to improve their performance within the AFC South, no mean feat with the Indianapolis Colts steamroller still around. But the Texans have gotten good enough to beat the Colts, which means the season opener in Reliant Stadium, when Manning comes to town, is the hottest Texans ticket in the Lone Star State. Or maybe that’s Texans tickets in Week 3, when the Dallas Cowboys come to town. A Texans schedule that includes contests with the Giants, Chargers, Titans, and Ravens means Houston Texans tickets offer an NFL season charged with big games.
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Texans activate LB Bullough
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Week 4 preview: Texans at Falcons
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