• Report: Texans' Randall Cobb Expected to Miss Time with 'Significant' Toe Injury

    11 days ago - By Bleacher Report

    Even with a 27-20 win over the New England Patriots , Sunday wasn't all good news for the Houston Texans ...
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  • Patriots Notes: What Damiere Byrd Is Proving To Himself

    Patriots Notes: What Damiere Byrd Is Proving To Himself

    11 days ago - By NESN

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    Some assorted notes and nuggets from the New England Patriots' 27-20 loss to the Houston Texans on Sunday at NRG Stadium:
    - One bright spot for New England was the play of wide receiver Damiere Byrd, who caught six passes for 132 yards and a touchdown in the loss.
    It was a career day for the speedy wideout, who'd never topped 90 receiving yards in an NFL game before Sunday.
    “I think I'm proving to myself that I can be consistent and that I can continue to improve week in and week out,” Byrd said in his postgame video conference. “It's a long season, as we all know, and my goal is...
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  • Does Win Over Patriots Mean More To Romeo Crennel? Texans Coach Explains

    Does Win Over Patriots Mean More To Romeo Crennel? Texans Coach Explains

    11 days ago - By NESN

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    Former New England Patriots assistants have had their share of success against head coach Bill Belichick, and on Sunday, longtime friend Romeo Crennel joined them.
    Crennel, now the Houston Texans head coach after the organization fired Bill O'Brien after four games this season, earned his first win over Belichick's Patriots with a 27-20 win in the Week 11 contest at NRG Stadium in Houston.
    Crennel and Belichick has met just one time prior to Sunday as head coaches, with Belichick's Patriots defeating Crennel's Browns in 2007. The pair set a record as the oldest head coach matchup...
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  • Cam Newton Tips Hat To J.J. Watt After Four Passes Batted In Patriots Loss

    Cam Newton Tips Hat To J.J. Watt After Four Passes Batted In Patriots Loss

    11 days ago - By NESN

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    New England Patriots quarterback Cam Newton had a simple answer when asked what led to him throwing four incomplete passes that were batted at the line of scrimmage by Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt.
    “He's J.J. Watt,” Newton said laughing. “What do you expect?”
    Watt was tied for sixth among NFL defenders with three batted passes through nine games coming into Sunday's 27-20 Patriots loss. Watt more than doubled that total in Week 11 alone and now has seven on the season. Baltimore Ravens defensive end Calais Campbell led the NFL with five batted passes heading into Sunday's...
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  • Watson, Watt lead Houston to 27-20 win over New England

    11 days ago - By TORONTO STAR


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