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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2012 11:10 am    Post subject: Week 8 BYE WEEK GDT!!! Reply with quote



Seven weeks into the season, and your Houston Texans are looking to boldly go where no other Houston NFL team has gone before, and that is the Super Bowl!

Coming into this season, our very own Houston Texans were riding high off of our first playoff appearance in team history, one that started with an impressive victory against the Cincinatti Bengals, only to be followed up with a very disappointing loss against the Baltimore Ravens. The bitter taste was not due to the actual loss within itself; It is due to knowing that had circumstances been different, it could of been the Texans to face off against the Giants in Super Bowl XLVI. As the season started, the Texans were an early favorite to make their way to New Orleans for Super Bowl XLVII. Going into this bye week, we are riding high as the best team in the American Football Conference, coming off of a resounding 43-13 win against the (now) 2nd place Baltimore Ravens, a late answer to an 0-2 finish against the Ravens last season. Outside of a public 42-24 loss to the Green Bay Packers, the Texans have managed to impress the NFL world with their performances this season, consistently landing in the top five of many public power rankings this season.

Here's our chance to look over what our Houston Texans have done, and a quick look at the road we have to walk to continue to our goal of hoisting the Lombardi Trophy in front of the world, as the World Champions of the National Football League.
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INSIDE THE NUMBERS:
(Stats per NFL.com)

Going into the bye week, the Houston Texans are the epitome of a balanced football team; It has been an effort in all three phases of the game that has led us to a 6-1 record, and here's how the Texans stand against the rest of the field:

Offense:
Points Per Game: 30.9 PPG (2nd overall)
Yards Per Game: 371.4 (12th overall)
1st Downs Per Game: 22.0 (9th overall)
Time of Poesession Per Game: 35:23 (1st overall)
Passing Yards/Game: 230.6 (18th overall)
Rushing Yards/Game: 140.9 (6th overall)
Passing TDs: 10 TDs (11th overall)
Rushing TDs: 11 TDs (T-1st overall)

Defense:
Points Allowed Per Game: 18.3 (5th overall)
Yards Per Game: 283 (3rd overall)
1st Downs Allowed Per Game: 16.7 (2nd overall)
Passing Yards Allowed/Game: 200 (5th overall)
Rushing Yards Allowed/Game: 83 (5th overall)
Passing TDs Allowed: 13 (26th overall)
Rushing TDs Allowed: 0 (1st overall)
Sacks: 21 (5th overall)

Notes:

- The Houston Texans have gone seven games without allowing a rushing TD, tops in the NFL. The All-Time record for not allowing a rushing TD is the San Fransisco 49ers 2011 Defense, which went a staggering 14 games without allowing a rushing TD.

- Houston Texans QB Matt Schaub is currently ranked 9th in QB Rating (93.1).

- Houston Texans RB Arian Foster current has 9 rushing TDs on the season; This is four more than the 2nd leading RB in the NFL (Shonn Greene, 5) and three more than the 2nd leading player in the NFL (Robert Griffin III, 6).

- Houston Texans TE Owen Daniels currently ranks 3rd amongst all TEs in receptions (33) and yards (416), trailing only Atlanta Falcons TE Tony Gonzalez (43/430) and New England Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski (35/434). Daniels is tied for 2nd amongst TEs in TD receptions, with 4.

- Houston Texans DE JJ Watt currently leads the NFL in sacks (9.5) and is tied for the league lead in tackles for loss (7.5) with Rookie OLB Lavonte David - a player selected with the Texans 2nd round pick, by Tampa Bay.

- Houston Texans CB Kareem Jackson is currently tied for 2nd in Interceptions (3).
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INDIVIDUAL AWARDS:

Defensive Player of the Year/Team MVP:
JJ Watt, DE

(Watt, about to eat a 5' 8", 212 lb burritto)

As it goes without saying, JJ Watt is the current Defensive Player of the Year for the Houston Texans, and the current team MVP. In addition, Watt is currently the leading candidate for NFL Defensive Player of the Year, as well as an outside candidate for NFL MVP. When you look at the numbers, you can understand - 9.5 sacks over seven games, 11 passes defended, 7.5 tackles for loss. What makes this so unique is that Watt is playing a position that does not really get to gather the numbers, 5-Tech. Yet, Watt is currently outpacing NFL standouts Clay Matthews III, DeMarcus Ware, Jared Allen, Jason Pierre Paul - players who play in systems that allow them to set the bar high in terms of output. Watt is currently outperforming all of them, and doing so from a position that does not traditionally allow for many plays.

Offensive Player of the Year:
Arian Foster, RB

(Needless to say, when he turns around...we know who he is).

As 610 sideline correspondant Rich Lord stated after Foster's first year as the starting RB for the Houston Texans, "From Undrafted to Unbelievable," Arian Foster has risen above his counterparts on the offensive side of the ball and established himself as the identity of the Texans high powered offense. With 659 yards and 9 TDs to the season (both league highs) Foster has more than proven himself as more than the flash in the pan who came out of nowhere in 2010 - he is now a legitimate elite RB, a player who has multiple facets that must be defended by opposing teams. Even the best of efforts are long shots to slow Foster down.

Rookie of the Year:
Ben Jones, RG, Georgia

(No experience? No problem! I'm only the SEC OL of the year!)

In a relatively quiet year for Texans rookies, RG Ben Jones stands out as the best of the bunch - for now. Playing exclusively at C in college, Jones was drafted with the 99th pick of the NFL draft (4th round) and expected to back up Pro Bowl C Chris Myers this season, while learning the G position along with rookie OL Brandon Brooks. Since the start of the Regular Season, Jones has proven himself to be a very quick study, inserting himself into a regular rotation with RG Antoine Caldwell. Early reports are that the Texans are enamored with the fiery style of Jones, and a chance to win over the starting job could be had following this bye week. The Texans are also looking for added contributions from 1st round pick Whitney Mercilius, 3rd round pick DeVier Posey and 4th round pick Keshawn Martin, but at the break point...Jones is at the head of the class.

Standout Contributor
Owen Daniels, TE

(The best TE, on a team full of TEs).

In a 6-1 season, there are plenty of players who can be tagged as a standout contributor, someone nobody expected to perform as well as they have. It comes as no surprise that the Texans had many candidates for this role: CB Kareem Jackson has stepped up and become a very solid defender, SS Glover Quin has shown some great strides in his 2nd year at the position, FB James Casey has provided a spark in the run and pass game, WR Kevin Walter has stood out and looks like the same Walter from the mid 00s...but it is Daniels that has been the standout, on a team full of standouts. As stated, Daniels is in a race with some of the best TEs in terms of production, and has more than filled the gap created with the defection of former RZ specialist Joel Dreessen.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2012 12:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

WHAT THE WORLD HAS TO SAY ABOUT YOUR TEXANS:

Don Banks, on SI.com wrote:
Houston is the clear-cut class of the AFC. It may or may not matter come January, but being the best team in even a down year for the conference carries a little cache' for these Texans, given where they've come from and where they hope they're heading. Sunday gave Houston the belief that last week was the aberration, and the showing against Baltimore was all about a return to normalcy and the business of winning.

At least anybody in the AFC, where Houston is now 6-0 and still climbing. That much we know. The message came through loud and clear on this day. Going forward, it's going to take more than one bad game to make the Texans doubt themselves. In both their division and their conference, they're at the top as the season's midway point looms, and they're starting to really enjoy the view.


Terrell Suggs, via Don Banks wrote:
"We lost to a very good Houston Texans team. There's no sugarcoating it. Call a spade a spade. They whooped our [butt]. They played a hell of a football game. They're a great team. We didn't lose to a team still searching for its identity. They know who they are.''

SI.com

Peter King's Fine Fifteen, via SI.com wrote:
1. Houston (6-1). Amazing, just amazing, to see J.J. Watt continue to make game-changing plays, like the first-half tipped pass resulting in the Johnathan Joseph interception returned for a touchdown. That's the fourth time this year Watt has tipped a ball that's resulted in an interception.

SI.com, MMQB

scar988 wrote:
The Texans have been remarkably good on offense. However, that defense has been ridiculous. J.J. Watt has been tremendous in his role on the defense and the linebackers have been starting to come into their own. The loss of Cushing will hurt, but the Texans are for real and are my pick to win the AFC Championship as of now.

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Deep in the heart of Texas, Gary Kubiak's team has established itself as the class of the entire AFC. Only Baltimore and New England, in my opinion, have a chance to unseat the Texans' first trip to the Super Bowl, and neither appear to be anywhere close to the complete team Houston has assembled. Not only is watching the Houston Texans exciting as a general NFL fan, but it's inspiring too, to see a team so long relegated to the doormat now having the door held open for them by others. Out of the respect they have earned.

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I thought if not injured they'd have won the Super Bowl last season. I still feel that way although I think AJ is on the decline. Far and away the best team in the AFC and should be in the Super Bowl barring a NYG-like run from an AFC team.

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The Texans play to their identity as well as any team in the league. With an influx of front 7 talent year after the year, the Texans have built a stout, athletic front on defense. If Houston's going to make a deep run in the postseason and exceed expectations to reach the Super Bowl, they'll almost certainly be met with the challenge of playing from behind in a must-win game at some point. With a weak division and remaining regular season schedule, they may not see that obstacle many times until they reach that game. With an offense built around the run game and playing with the lead, it'll be interesting to see how they'll respond in that situation. They have the talent to overcome it, but finding themselves in those situations in the regular season may be important to their ultimate success.

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Blech. Their fans smell like feet. Plus, their uniforms are ugly and their coach's name is Kubiak. What kind of a name is Kubiak? Sounds like an elderly person hacking up a lung.

Aside from that, they've figured out how to play some great defense. Watt is a stud and they finally have some ballers on the back end. Fun team to watch. Great defense and a run-oriented offense that can pick up consistent passing yardage when necessary. That's the style of team I like. As long as they don't lose more key personnel to injuries, they should definitely be a favorite to go deep into the playoffs.

I'd be pulling for them if the moderators of their forum weren't such awful human beings.

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Having Arian Foster on my fantasy team, I've followed the Texans closely this season. They've had a great season so far and at this point, I think the Texans are the team to beat in the AFC. The loss of Cushing and their performance against the Packers last week are concerning, but they look like a lock for the playoffs.

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The rest of our road...

A few notes on some of the games on the table as we head into the home stretch:

Houston Texans vs Buffalo Bills (11/04)
Despite the "Super" signing that Buffalo made this offseason, the Buffalo Bills defense has been anything but super, ranking at the bottom of many statistical categories. QB Ryan Fitzpatrick has been prone to make mistakes at key parts of games, and despite having a rushing attack that rivals the unit in Houston, Buffalo has not been able to make their offseason investments turn into wins. Reliant Stadium should be a very loud venue, as the local crowd comes in to "welcome" #94.

Houston Texans @ Chicago Bears (SNF, 11/11)
In what could be billed as a Super Bowl preview, the Texans and the Bears face off in Chicago, under the bright lights of Sunday Night Football. The last time the Texans had a Prime Time game against an NFC North opponent, the game didn't exactly turn our way. This one would seem to be a tougher road to climb, as the Bears boast a defense that many consider to be at the same level as the Texans, and the offensive trio of Jay Cutler, Matt Forte and Brandon Marshall are starting to get on the same page. The Texans will have to find the same intensity they had last Sunday to expect to win in a very hostile area.

Houston Texans @ Detroit Lions (Thanksgiving Day game)
In what has become an NFL tradition, the Detroit Lions welcome the Houston Texans on Thanksgiving day; Despite the impressive showing in 2011, the Lions look as if they are in flux, with record-setting tandem Matt Stafford and Calvin Johnson not having the same impact that they had last season. The Texans will be looking to make a mark in this game, and a win could wrap up the division - an amazing feat, considering that there is still 1/4 of a season to be played.

Houston Texans @ New England Patriots (MNF, 12/10)
With a two game lead on the Patriots, the Texans seem to be in the drivers' seat for the #1 seed in the AFC, however we still have a lot of football to be played. The Patriots have managed to put together a very stout defense and a very capable run game to go along with their HoF QB Tom Brady. In the beginning of winter, going to Foxboro to play for what could determine playoff seeding is a very daunting task for any team, but if the Texans are looking to make a statement, it will need to happen before the playoffs start.

Houston Texans vs Minnesota Vikings, (12/23)
In a very surprise turn, the Minnesota Vikings have emerged as a team quietly moving up the rankings in the NFC, behind the superhuman efforts of RB Adrian Peterson; Add that to a defense that can get after the QB and create turnovers in the passing game, this game suddenly became a very tough out for the Texans. The Texans have developed quite the home field advantage over the past three seasons, the Texans have the crowd at their side, but will it prove to be enough?

Houston Texans vs/@ Indianapolis Colts (12/16, 12/30)
In a very strange scheduling move, the Texans will play the Colts twice in a three week span, Weeks 15 and 17. The Colts have seem to found a rejuvination of sorts, with QB Andrew Luck looking as if he has the skill and ability to replace former Texans tormentor, Peyton Manning. With a few wins under their belt, the Colts are actually a candidate for one of the two wildcard spots in the AFC - it is very feasable that the Texans and Colts can play THREE times in the span of five weeks. The Texans will need to have an answer for Luck's speed, as well as the outside edge pressure brought on by OLB Dwight Freeney, and with little time to prep between weeks, the Texans need to maintain a diverse playbook as well as identify benchmark plays and personnel to exploit to win however many games we might have to play.
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NAMES TO NOTE IN THE 2ND HALF:

WRs Keshawn Martin, Lestar Jean, DeVier Posey
In a press conference, Gary Kubiak stated that he advised his rookies that they are "no longer rookies this far into the season". With 11 NFL games under their belts, Kubiak has higher expectations for the trio, and fully expects them to add themselves into the lineup. With defenses keying in on Arian Foster, Andre Johnson and Owen Daniels, the time for Martin, Jean and Posey to step up is now, and their play can dictate whether or not the Texans continue on this road.

OLBs Connor Barwin and Whitney Mercilius
Going into last week, there were many questions surrounding the play of Barwin, as well as the absence of Mercilius; Fans of the Texans had growing concerns as to how these two players will fit into the lineup and how they will impact the rest of the way. Both players made themselves known in the Baltimore game, as Barwin and Mercilius both recorded their first sack. We shall see how Barwin continues, as he has always been a slow starter, and we shall see how many more snaps and opportunities Mercilius gets in his rookie season.
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Bye Week Games to Watch:

Games to keep an eye on this Sunday:

New England @ St. Louis
As stated, the Patriots are the greatest threat to the Texans' chances at the #1 seed in the AFC. While not exactly the best team to gauge against, the St. Louis Rams have put together a dynamic front seven, one that is amongst the league leaders in sacks this season. How does Tom Brady deal with the constant pressure of a young, fast frount four? Is there anything the Texans will be able to glean from this performance?

Indianapolis @ Tenneessee
Divisional games are always interesting and worthy of note, and this one is no different. The Titans have won their last two games, and RB Chris Johnson has seemed to resurge in these wins. Can the Titans turn their season around? The Colts seem to have found a nice groove with rookie QB Andrew Luck. How does Luck fare against a defense that can generate pressure on the edge, and how does he work against very physical CBs who can dislodge the football from the WRs with well timed, violent hits?

Atlanta @ Philadelphia
While power rankings are about as valuable as the paper they're written on, there is a point of pride as a fan to see your teams' name atop the list. In many power rankings, the Texans fall behind Atlanta, the only undefeated team in the NFL at present. Despite the flawless record, Atlanta has had moments where the team looked primed for a loss, in close games against Carolina and Oakland. Can Philly be the team to knock off the Falcons?

Pittsburgh @ Washington
No real reason. I just put this here because RG III is FUN to watch. Very Happy
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...and that should do it. I hope you guys have as much fun reading it as I did writing it. Very Happy

GO TEXANS!!!
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Extremely well put together ET.

From the stats to the quotations about the team from the national media, you really hit the nail on the head.

Its the bye week. Time to relax a little bit. We ain't gotta do any analysis of opponent's strengths and weakness nor do we have to critique the Texans on where they can improve.

Lets be honest, they whooped the Ravens asses last week. I was there. It was awesome. Battle red has never looked so good. It was vintage Texans for a while but it was also new Texans. The vintage part was Andre Johnson with 9 catches, Owen Daniels catching a TD in the redzone and Schaub basically being razor sharp. The new part was Mercilus getting his first sack, Watt tipping another pass that lead to a pick 6, and lets not forget Mercilus' tipped pass that lead to Quin's pick.

Its just a great time to be a Texans fan.

All that work is starting to pay off. All of those Sundays in 2007, 2008, 2009 are starting to really reward those of us who watched every snap. Its a great team overall. From their work in the community, to their lack of breaking the law off the field. These are high character guys, they are talented and they are exciting to watch.

This next game is going to be huge just from the point of view that we are coming off a bye at 6-1. Yeah 6-1. And we are playing at home. Reliant is going to be absolutely crazy. Off the wall crazy. Michael Jackson type crazy. Its going to be so loud. I just can't wait to watch them play again.

But like I said, I'm gonna enjoy this bye week. I'm gonna drink some beers, eat some nachos, grill some T-bones, fry some pork chops, probably eat whataburger at some point late at night. (I can't resist honey butter chicken biscuits past 11 pm.) but I'm also going to be watching college ball and pro ball whilst enjoying my feast of delicious, high protein, high carb foods. Hey I'm young, I can eat whatever I want and not gain any weight. I'm enjoying life. All Texans fans should be right now.
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One more JJ stat, he is 2nd in the league in passes deflected.
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Most Improved player of the century: Kareem Jackson (so far.... *cross fingers*)
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ET I never should of questioned you, EPICNESS!
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ET....That's a hell of a GDT!!!

Errr.....even if it's not a GDT?!

Saw a stat yesterday that the Texans have not allowed a rushing TD in 9 games, dating back to the playoffs lat year.
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Good job ET with the game thread.

*Things I like from the season so far:

-The fact that we are 6-1 on the season. Before the season I thought we were going to be 4-3 before the bye. I had us losing to the Broncos, Jets (prior to their injuries), and the Ravens. Glad I am wrong about this one.
-Defense showing no sign of slowing down in Wade's 2nd season as DC of the team. History has shown that a Wade Phillips defense has taken a step back in the 2nd season.
-JJ freaking Watt. What more can you say about the guy? He is the clear front runner for DPOY and he should be in the running for MVP if he keeps this up.
-Aside from Cushing, we haven't lost a key starter to injury for a long period of time. Losing Cushing hurts no doubt, but it isnt the end of the world. Our key players have stayed healthy and thats a good thing.

*Things we should improve after the bye week:

-Offensive line disciple. The OL has done a poor job limiting the penalties. We need to do a better job in that regard. Especially Newton.
-Special teams. Special teams need to do a better job with coverage. It would make our defense do even less work in terms of field position.
-More aggresive playcalling. It's worth a shot. I doubt Kubiak will change his playcalling though, but he needs to be more aggressive and less conservative. I like that he is getting AJ the ball more. AJ deserves it.

Schedule predictions

vs Bills- W
at Bears- L
vs Jags- W
at Lions- W
at Titans- W
at Patriots- L
vs Colts- W
at Vikings- W
at Colts- L

12-4: Homefield advantage throughout the playoffs.
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