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The next Texans head coaching hire might be the most important in the history of the franchise. The team is in a terrible spot, with arguably the worst roster in the NFL and there are questions any candidate will have about the management of the team. more
“He protected the football and he got us in the endzone and when your quarterback does that good things happen,” Culley said." more
“Our adjustments have been good,” Culley said. “We just haven’t been able to execute what those adjustments are. We have got to do better at doing that. We’ve had that issue all year in second halves. more
“When you don’t score any points in the game you evaluate everything,” Culley said. “We are going to evaluate everything including (quarterback)." more
“To be able to finish the way we did, that gives us hope,” Cooks said. “There’s no moral victories but it shows us we can do this. We just have to be more consistent, more disciplined and be better early.” more
“We’re still inconsistent with things. Our penalties in this last game were down but two of those penalties were critical. We got better there but they are coming at the wrong time,” Culley said. more
“We just got to go in the film room and flush it,” said safety Lonnie Johnson Jr. “Watch the film and correct our mistakes and then go out there this next game. It’s a divisional game, we have to go out there and try our best to win that game.” more
“This one hurts a lot,” said running back David Johnson. “Especially with everything with the Patriots and that organization and the success they’ve had. It definitely does hurt.” more
"When you have those kinds of things happen to you, you lose football games. You don’t get beat, you lose football games and that’s what we did. This football team we are about to play has a history of not doing that.” more
“He’s going to have a lot more put on him than he had put on him last week," Culley said. "I feel like he’ll be able to handle that. We’re just going to run our offense and let him handle it from there.” more
“We have to be able to run the ball,” said Texans head coach David Culley. “That’s hwo we are and I think offensively our biggest ill of the night was the face we could not establish any consistency in our run game." more
"He had been excellent,” said Texans head coach Davis Culley of Taylor. It’s obvious that when he went down, it was a blow to us. When we went in at halftime we looked him over and he says, ‘I’m alright.’ But I looked at him in his eyes, and it was just his competitiveness saying, ‘I’m okay,’ but I knew he wasn’t okay.” more
“I’m looking forward to this team,” said Texans head coach David Culley. “I like what this team has done during training camp and during the preseason games. Other than the last game where we turned the ball over so much, I’ve really felt good about this football team.” more
As a kid growing up in Katy, Paddy Fisher once dreamed of having his own NFL trading card, with measurables and stats on the back. He’s a step closer to having that fantasy become reality. more
Paddy Fisher has more than enough accomplishments in his football career to warrant the spotlight. more
Paddy Fisher is generally a positive, upbeat person. He is a magnetic presence with an endearing personality and infectious smile. But the 6-foot-3, 240-pound linebacker is going through the most … more
Paddy Fisher remembers it fondly. more
After all of about 48 hours on the free-agency market, former Katy High School and Texas Christian University quarterback Andy Dalton signed a deal with a base salary of $3 million to be the backup … more
After canceling the rest of its rebooted regular season last month, the XFL announced Friday morning that it has suspended day-to-day operations and laid off team and league employees, … more
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