Houston Texan Analyst John Harris breaks down the 2020 Baltimore Ravens team as the two head into Week 2 of the NFL Season.
by: MikeTanier — Football Outsiders 17 Sep
It's still a big deal that Cam Newton's Patriots face Russell Wilson's Seahawks on Sunday night, but Mike Tanier thinks it should be bigger. Plus: a Lions running back mystery and appearances by Abby the Golden Retriever and musical guest David Wax...
by: Matthew Stevens — USA Today: Ravens Wire 17 Sep
The Baltimore Ravens handled their business in Week 1, dispatching the Cleveland Browns in proper fashion for a 38-6 win. They’ll turn their attention to the Houston Texans in a rematch of th…
by: Ed Easton Jr. — USA Today: Chiefs Wire 14 Sep
The Kansas City Chiefs kicked off their title defense with a convincing 34-20 victory over the Houston Texans in Week 1 of the 2020 NFL season. Here’s a look at how the stock is trending for some p…
by: Charles Goldman — USA Today: Chiefs Wire 11 Sep
54 photos to celebrate the Kansas City Chiefs’ Week 1 win over the Houston Texans.
by: Anthony Treash — Pro Football Focus 11 Sep
PFF's Anthony Treash presents the five biggest takeaways from the Chiefs' 34-20 victory over the Texans to kickoff the 2020 NFL season.
by: Vincent Verhei — Football Outsiders 11 Sep
The first game (official or otherwise) of the 2020 season was kind of a snoozer, with the Super Bowl champions coasting to an easy win. That gave us an opportunity to reflect on the DeAndre Hopkins and Brandin Cooks trades, changes in Houston's...
by: Mike Jones and Michael Middlehurst-Schwartz, USA TODAY — USA Today 11 Sep
The NFL season is finally here as the Kansas City Chiefs begin their Super Bowl title defense against the Houston Texans.
by: Mark Lane — USA Today: Texans Wire 9 Sep
Houston Texans center-guard Greg Mancz was not good enough to make the Touchdown Wire’s all-practice squad team.
by: Charles Goldman — USA Today: Chiefs Wire 8 Sep
The Texans have three former Chiefs draft picks on their 53-man roster.
by: Glenn Erby 41 seconds ago — USA Today: Eagles Wire 6 Sep
The NFL has a new $40 million man after Pro Bowl quarterback Deshaun Watson signed a four-year, $160 million contract extension with the Houston Texans on Saturday. It’s the second-largest co…