Posts tagged Houston Texans

Favre Looks Solid, Unspectacular on Monday Night

Brett Favre Adrian Peterson

As most fans and former fans of Minnesota Vikings’ quarterback Brett Favre, I had one eye on Reliant Stadium in Houston tonight, when the Vikings took on the Houston Texans. After Favre’s less-than-stellar debut for the Vikings last week (1-for-4, 4 yards), I think some of us were hoping Favre was washed up, that perhaps […]

Free Agency 2009: Day 2 Update

Chris Canty

The Green Bay Packers didn’t make a peep on day two of the free agency signing period and appear to be content waiting around for now, while trying to secure a visit from Dallas Cowboys defensive end, Chris Canty. Several players signed contracts today, and the most interesting news out of Green Bay was that […]

Sage Rosenfels – Get to Know Him

Why should you care about the second-string quarterback for the Houston Texans? Because reports suggest that Sage Rosenfels is about to be become a Minnesota Viking, and he’s a big upgrade over the two-headed monster known as Tarvaris Jackson/Gus Frerotte. The deal is rumored to be for a fourth-round draft choice, and would considerably shore […]

The White Elephant in the Room

Mike McCarthy

Most everyone is quick to point the finger at defensive coordinator Bob Sanders as the scapegoat in this dismal Green Bay Packers’ season. And the proverbial finger has good reason to be pointed in Sanders direction, especially after a disgusting 24-21 home loss to the Houston Texans, in which the defense was carved up for […]

Pffffffttt… Packers Playoff Hopes Go Up In Smoke

With a nod towards the puff of smoke the Green Bay Packers slim playoff chances went up in yesterday, I thought perhaps a little musical number might be in order to summarize where the Packers are at this point in the season. So, without further pomp and circumstance, I will say that this has always […]