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Friday, December 27
12pm – 1pm, Burger King, 3715 Little York Rd., Houston, TX 77093
Will provide a FREE Whopper Jr. for each person in Texans attire during this hour at this location only (1 per person)
Houston Texans Cheerleaders signing autographs and taking pictures
This week the Texans discussed what it would take to get a win on Sunday against Denver.
Antonio Smith and J.J. Watt talk about the importance of fans making noise in Sunday's game against Peyton Manning and the Broncos.
Inside linebacker Joe Mays talks about facing his former team and Peyton Manning on Sunday.
Offensive coordinator Rick Dennison will stick with the game plan, with a few modifications, given the quarterback change announced on Wednesday.
Matt Schaub is the starting quarterback for Sunday's game against Denver.
Cornerback Brandon Harris had high praise for the defensive backs coach on the Verizon Players show on Texans Radio.
The day after Sunday’s 25-3 loss at Indianapolis, the Texans were left with a long list of injuries.
Ryan Griffin was the Texans' only starting tight end in Sunday's game and reached career highs with his performance.
Here are five things to watch as the Texans travel to Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
DB coach Vance Joseph is enthusiastic about his opportunity to call plays on defense and discusses the planning behind it.
Case Keenum gets extra practice time for fast-paced game situations.
With Owen Daniels and Garrett Graham dealing with injuries, the Texans were down to just two tight ends, Ryan Griffin and Jake Byrne, in practice on Thursday.
The Texans will now practice with referees present after racking up a record 14 penalties for 177 yards in Thursday's 27-10 loss to Jacksonville.
Newly promoted special teams coordinator Bob Ligashesky makes changes in Wednesday's practice and gets vote of confidence from Wade Phillips.
Baylor head football coach Art Briles was at the Texans' practice facility on Wednesday.