[UNOFFICIAL] Texans off-season thread

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  1. zeeshan2

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    Yeah I think we should go after Belichick people keep saying the giants might have the best shot but I don’t see Belichick going somewhere without a QB he believes in... but he might not want to step on BOBs toes and replace his former assistant.
     
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    The Belly Check Here?

    He would be GM and HC

    Hmmmmmm

    But fire Bob?
     
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    VP or President of Football Operations is probably the role he’s looking for, ala Tom Coughlin at Jacksonville. I see him going to the Giants for that role tho
     
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    I hope Cleveland wrapped it up, with all of that rapping they did. Wholly crap. This maybe the worst sets of trades since Hershel Walker deal. Nearly as bad as the broklyn nets. A #4 pick in the draft AND a #33 overall. Good grief, for a team that is fading fast.
     
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    Hopefully we take a hard look at McClay
     
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    Damn, I miss that release and accuracy.
     
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    DeAndre Hopkins pulls out of Pro Bowl

    Texans star wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins has pulled out of the Pro Bowl due to a calf injury suffered during the regular season.

    He was replaced on the Pro Bowl roster by Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry.

    Hopkins got hurt during a Christmas loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers and was sidelined for the Texans' regular-season finale, missing the first game of his NFL career.

    Texans outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney is also not expected to participate in the Pro Bowl due to a knee issue.

     
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    They should replace the pro bowl with a skills challenge/combine type event.
     
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    They already have that. Nobody gives a ****.
     
  12. Swiss Roll

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    Its the browns tho, this will go down more like the trent richardson trade than the hershel walker trade.

    Besides, Deshaun makes the 1st round pick worth it
     
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    This. I would do that trade again in a heartbeat.
     
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    You mean dodgeball and relays? Ya I mean more like position group 40 yard dash, vertical, bench press, etc...But ya people prob still wouldn't care for it.
     
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    Texans announce [slight increase in] 2018 ticket prices

    The Houston Texans announced their ticket prices for the 2018 season today. The Texans’ average general ticket price next season will be $107.56 per ticket, which is up 3.73 percent from $103.69 in 2017.

    Houston’s average ticket price in 2017 ranked 13th in the NFL and the Texans anticipate their position will be comparable in 2018. This is the Texans lowest increase in ticket prices since 2014.

    “Year after year, we are grateful to the Houston Texans fans for the spirit they bring to each and every home game, playing a major role in creating a gameday experience at NRG Stadium that is considered one of the best in the league,” said John Schriever, Texans Senior Vice President of Ticketing and Event Management. “This year’s pricing structure will help us continue to deliver the exciting fan experience that has consistently been praised over the franchise’s 16-season tenure.”

    The Houston Texans have sold out 163 consecutive games at NRG Stadium, a Houston NFL record, and their 16 consecutive sold-out seasons represent the longest sellout streak of any professional sports team in Houston history. NRG Stadium has also been consistently recognized for having the best tailgating atmosphere in the NFL.

    Season Ticket Members enjoy a discount of at least 20 percent off individual game ticket prices. They also receive priority access to draft day party tickets and other exclusive fan experiences throughout the year. The Texans are currently accepting applications for the 2018 season ticket priority wait list, which currently has more than 26,000 members. To join the Houston Texans priority wait list, call 832-667-2390 or visit www.HoustonTexans.com.

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