Texans’ Laremy Tunsil seeks All-Pro honors, ground-breaking contract extension: ‘To reset the market again would mean a lot to me, I want to finish my career here in Houston.’
Laremy Tunsil has a detailed vision of building a strong personal legacy, a winning one that goes beyond how he routinely stonewalls the top pass rushers in the game.
Texans notebook: Brandin Cooks to be involved ‘within a team concept,’ updates on Maliek Collins, Nico Collins
Now that veteran wide receiver Brandin Cooks has rejoined the Texans after missing a game for personal reasons due to his displeasure at not being traded at the NFL deadline, there’s a matter of next steps for him and the organization.
Henry passes 2K, Titans beat Texans 41-38 on late field goal
Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry (22) breaks away from Houston Texans defensive end Charles Omenihu (94) during the second half of an NFL football game Sunday, Jan. 3, 2021, in Houston. (AP Photo/Sam Craft)HOUSTON – The Tennessee Titans won the AFC South on Sunday. All it took was Derrick Henry surpassing 2,000 yards rushing and rookie Sam Sloman’s 37-yard field goal that bounced off the upright and through for a 41-38 victory over the Houston Texans. The Titans then capped a long drive with a 5-yard TD run by Ryan Tannehill with less than two minutes remaining. Henry had put the Titans on top 10-3 when he dashed 52 yards early in the second quarter.
Bad Texans get mad as losing streak extends to 4 games
Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt leaves the field after a losing an NFL football game against the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday, Dec. 27, 2020, in Houston. HOUSTON – The Houston Texans have been bad all season. Sunday was the third time in the past four games the Texans have had a chance to win or tie a game late but lost a fumble instead. “And in my mind, for me, he brings a high level of hope for us to be able to win a game. The Titans beat the Texans 42-36 in overtime in Week 6 behind a 212-yard rushing performance from Derrick Henry.
Rams' Goff dislocates thumb, Jets' Gore has chest injury
(AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)Jared Goff popped his dislocated right thumb thumb back into place and kept playing. “It’s OK right now," said Goff, who was 23 of 42 for 224 yards and an interception in the Rams' 20-9 loss at Seattle on Sunday. In East Rutherford, New Jersey, Frank Gore ran his way to another career milestone and then was forced to watch the New York Jets' second win from the sideline. — Baltimore center Patrick Mekari left the Ravens' 27-13 win over the New York Giants with a back injury. — Carolina left tackle Trent Scott left early in the third quarter of the Panthers' 20-13 win over Washington with a shoulder injury and did not return.
Deshaun Watson and Laremy Tunsil Named To Pro Bowl
^ Keep Houston Press Free Support Us LocalCommunityJournalismI Support Support the independent voice of Houston and help keep the future of Houston Press free. Per Texans media relations, in an email to the media:Houston Texans T Laremy Tunsil and QB Deshaun Watson were named to the 2021 Pro Bowl, the NFL announced today. This marks the 17th-consecutive season (2004-20) that the Texans have had at least one player selected to the Pro Bowl. Tunsil has been selected to his second-consecutive Pro Bowl (2019-20) after starting 13 games at left tackle this season, becoming only the second offensive lineman to earn consecutive Pro Bowl selections in franchise history. He leads the NFL in passing yards per attempt (8.76) while also ranking second in both passing yards (4,134) and passer rating (110.6).houstonpress.com
Watson, Tunsil named to Pro Bowl
HOUSTON – Houston Texans Left Tackle Laremy Tunsil and Quarterback Deshaun Watson were named to the 2021 Pro Bowl, the NFL announced today. This marks the 17th-consecutive season (2004-20) that the Texans have had at least one player selected to the Pro Bowl. Tunsil has been selected to his second-consecutive Pro Bowl (2019-20) after starting 13 games at left tackle this season, becoming only the second offensive lineman to earn consecutive Pro Bowl selections in franchise history. Tunsil has protected Watson, who set single-season career highs in passing touchdowns (27), passing yards per attempt (8.76) and passer rating (110.6). He leads the NFL in passing yards per attempt (8.76) while also ranking second in both passing yards (4,134) and passer rating (110.6).
Who Will Be the Houston Texans' Next First Time Pro Bowler?
Yes, the Pro Bowl took place in Orlando, with the AFC winning 38-33 in a game where the most passionate watchers are degenerate gamblers. Who will be the Houston Texan, if any, to make his first Pro Bowl NEXT season? To me, the list (aside from specialists like Ka'imi Fairbairn or Bryan Anger) is whittled down to eight players:2019 PRO BOWL ALTERNATESWHITNEY MERCILUS, OLBMercilus probably leads the team in "number of times being discussed as a first time Pro Bowler." If the Texans' offense can take a step into the top half dozen or so in the league, Martin may get Pro Bowl recognition in 2020. He will need the Texans' defense overall to take a big step forward to make a Pro Bowl himself.houstonpress.com
Texans' Watson, Hopkins and Tunsil selected to 2020 Pro Bowl
EMBED >More News Videos This is bigger than football: Here's why Texans cornerback Bradley Roby played for more than a victory against the Patriots. EMBED >More News Videos Houston's record against New England may be lopsided, but the Texans have a chance to dominate Tom Brady and company Sunday night. Hopkins notched the fourth nod of his career and his third straight selection. Tunsil, who was an offseason addition to the Texans' offensive line, is heading to his first ever Pro Bowl.The team also announced five players as Pro Bowl alternates: linebacker Whitney Mercilus; nose tackle D.J. Reader; long-snapper Jon Weeks; center Nick Martin; and linebacker Zach Cunningham.The Pro Bowl is scheduled for Jan. 26, 2020 at Camping World Stadium in central Florida.This edition of the all-star game is the 16th consecutive game that at least one Houston Texan has been selected to play in it.abc13.com
Sunday was another highlight-reel show from Deshaun Watson
Deshaun Watson #4 of the Houston Texans walks off the field showing his injured eye after the game against the Oakland Raiders at NRG Stadium on October 27, 2019, in Houston. HOUSTON - HOUSTON (AP) - Another week, another amazing play by Deshaun Watson. That highlight came a week after Watson was kicked in the eye before escaping a defender and throwing a touchdown pass to help the Texans to a victory over Oakland. After struggling with interceptions earlier this season, Watson has cleaned up his play and has thrown five touchdown passes with no interceptions in the last two games. WHAT'S WORKINGWhile Watson and Houston's offense were the stars in London, the defense also was solid against Jacksonville.
PHOTOS: Texans vs. Falcons at NRG Stadium 2019
HOUSTON, TEXAS - OCTOBER 06: Deshaun Watson #4 of the Houston Texans scrambles out of the pocket as Takkarist McKinley #98 of the Atlanta Falcons pursues on the play wth Laremy Tunsil #78 during the first half at NRG Stadium on October 06, 2019 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)Hide Caption
Texans vs. Chargers: Matchups to watch
HOUSTON - Both the Houston Texans and Los Angeles Chargers have split their first two games and hope to jump up over .500 with a win in their matchup in California on Sunday afternoon. Texans offensive tackles vs Chargers edge rushersThe Chargers' attacking defense gets the majority of their pass rush pressure from their elite edge rushers in Melvin Ingram and Joey Bosa. Texans cornerback Bradley Roby vs Chargers wide receiver Keenan AllenWith rookie Lonnie Johnson, Jr sliding into a more prominent role on the outside, the Texans wisely slid Roby into the slot often in Week 2 and should do so again against Allen who often lines up in the slot. Chargers QB Philip Rivers has a tremendous amount of trust in Allen to make the tough catches, especially on third down. Roby has had two solid games to start his Texans career and has been tremendous as a tackler.
Q&A: Left tackle Laremy Tunsil talks with KPRC ahead of Texans-Jaguars game
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - SEPTEMBER 09: Laremy Tunsil #78 of the Houston Texans warms up before a game against the New Orleans Saints at the Mercedes Benz Superdome on September 09, 2019 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by JonathanHOUSTON - The Houston Texans play their second game with new left tackle Laremy Tunsil on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Tunsil answered some questions with KPRC sports reporter Ari Alexander earlier this week to discuss the upcoming game. Q: What was Week 1 like for you, learning the system and getting into a game right away? Q: How long do you think it takes to get that O-line communication where youre all on the same page?
3 key matchups to watch in the Texans Monday Night opener
And the Texans have a tall task in facing future Hall Of Fame QB Drew Brees in their home opener. Texans O-Line vs Saints D-LineDeshaun Watson was sacked a brutal 62 times last season. Texans Wide Receivers vs Saints DBsHopkins, Carter, Stillsoh my! Texans Defense vs Michael ThomasSaints Wide Receiver Michael Thomas made headlines in late July after signing a cool five year, $100 million dollar extension with Nola, making him the highest paid WR in the league. Thomas is tough to stop, and Texans DC Romeo Crennel will rely on his veterans to get the job done.
5 keys to Texans victory against Saints on Monday night
The 2019 run starts tomorrow night in a rowdy Superdome against the New Orleans Saints. The Saints haven't won a season opener since 2013, so what will it take for the Texans to extend that skid another year? Below are the top five keys to a Texans win Monday night in no particular order:1. They have to protect and help get the run game going with Duke Johnson and Carlos Hyde. Win upfront with pass rush on BreesThe Texans begin life without Jadeveon Clowney on Monday night.
Bill O'Brien addresses whirlwind weekend of trades, roster cuts
HOUSTON - Texans Coach Bill OBrien addressed the media for the first time Monday morning after a whirlwind weekend of trades and roster cuts. The gap left by Jadaveon Clowney, and how the Texans expect the new players to perform with an upcoming Monday night game in New Orleans. On changes: We feel like weve added proven players to the roster; proven, really good players to the roster.3.) On making these changes without a General Manager: We have a team of very bright people that work very well together. We did what we felt was in the best interest of our organization and our team moving forward.
Texans trade for left tackle Laremy Tunsil
LAKANAHOUSTON - The Houston Texans were the busiest team in the NFL on roster cutdown day and it was because of a flurry of trades, one of which likely solves their most glaring issue. The team reportedly was able to orchestrate a deal with the Miami Dolphins to land left tackle Laremy Tunsil and wide receiver Kenny Stills in exchange for a pair of first round draft picks, a second round selection and a pair of players. The Texans concern over protecting third-year quarterback Deshaun Watson, obviously played a huge role in making a play for this rising talent at tackle. Tunsil is entering his 4th season in the NFL after being drafted 13th overall in the 2016 draft. Since entering the league, hes 4th among active players in yards per catch at 15.98 yards per reception, trailing only Josh Gordon, Desean Jackson and Tyrell Williams.