Posts Tagged ‘T.J. Yates’

Texans Make Statement; Dump QB Mallett After Missing Charter Flight

The Texans made a pretty sizable statement on Tuesday, cutting quarterback Ryan Mallett three days after he missed the teams’ charter flight to Miami for a game against the Dolphins Sunday. A report from ESPN Monday stated that coach Bill O’Brien was so upset over Saturday’s incident that he at first wanted to release Mallett […]

Texans Release QB T.J. Yates

Count QB T.J. Yates out of the mix in Houston, as the team today released Yates, getting the roster down to three QB’s. “Can’t thank Texans organization and city of Houston enough! We’ve had some great memories and I will always call Houston home,” Yates tweeted late in the afternoon Tuesday. Yates, who was the […]

T.J. Yates Says Texans Studying Patriots Film

Texans first year head coach Bill O’Brien worked with the Patriots offense from 2007-2011. During O’Brien’s three seasons calling plays in New England, the team ranked third, eighth and second in total offense. Quarterback T.J. Yates said the Texans have been studying old Patriots film quite a bit in quarterback meetings, James Palmer of CSN […]

Texans Gab Divisional Playoff Preview – Houston at Baltimore

All the attention this week in the AFC seemed to be focused on Tim Tebow and the Broncos and the big bad Patriots. Now that we know the Pats are a game away from the Super Bowl, we turn our attention to the “other” two teams remaining in the AFC. Sunday in Baltimore the Ravens, […]

Texans Moving On; Win First Playoff Game in Franchise History Over Bengals 31-10

Playoff football was back in Houston Saturday, and the Texans, at one point a team that looked like it could be the #1 seed in the AFC, were ready for it. Andre scored on a 40-yard pass, and Arian Foster had a huge day on the ground, and the Texans ran to a 31-10 victory […]

Yates the Key to the Texans Playoff Success

Rookie QB T.J. Yates was making strides for the Texans before the last two weeks. Now with a game that doesn’t mean all that much looming Sunday against the Titans, the Texans can’t afford for Yates to take it easy as they get set for the postseason. Two weeks ago the Texans lost 28-13 to […]

Texans Tailspin – Houston Falters in Indy 19-16 to Fall to 10-5

The Texans are in big trouble – as if you didn’t know that already. Thursday night at Lucas Oil Stadium, the AFC South champs were handed a second straight shocking loss, falling to the 1-13 Colts 19-16 in the final 20 seconds. The Colts pulled out a dramatic win over their rivals, as Reggie Wayne […]

Costly Win; Leinart Injured as Texans Hang On To Top Jaguars 20-13

Now what? The Texans lost yet another QB Sunday, but still did enough to hang on as they topped the Jaguars 20-13 to move to 8-3 on the season, and closer to their first ever playoff birth. Rookie T.J Yates came in for Matt Leinart, who reportedly broke his collarbone, and led the Texans to […]