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Fri Aug 1408:00 PM
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@ Vikings @ Vikings
0 - 0
TV: N/A
Sat Aug 2208:00 PM
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vs Seahawks vs Seahawks
0 - 0
TV: N/A
Sat Aug 2908:00 PM
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@ Saints @ Saints
0 - 0
TV: N/A
Thu Sep 0308:00 PM
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vs Cowboys vs Cowboys
0 - 0
TV: N/A
Thu Sep 1008:20 PM
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@ Chiefs @ Chiefs
0 - 0
TV: NBC
Sun Sep 2004:25 PM
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vs Ravens vs Ravens
0 - 0
TV: CBS
Sun Sep 2701:00 PM
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@ Steelers @ Steelers
0 - 0
TV: CBS
Sun Oct 0401:00 PM
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vs Vikings vs Vikings
0 - 0
TV: FOX
Sun Oct 1101:00 PM
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vs Jaguars vs Jaguars
0 - 0
TV: CBS
Sun Oct 1801:00 PM
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@ Titans @ Titans
0 - 0
TV: CBS
Sun Oct 2501:00 PM
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vs Packers vs Packers
0 - 0
TV: FOX
Sun Nov 0801:00 PM
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@ Jaguars @ Jaguars
0 - 0
TV: CBS
Sun Nov 1501:00 PM
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@ Browns @ Browns
0 - 0
TV: FOX
Sun Nov 2201:00 PM
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vs Patriots vs Patriots
0 - 0
TV: CBS
Thu Nov 2612:30 PM
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@ Lions @ Lions
0 - 0
TV: CBS
Sun Dec 0601:00 PM
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vs Colts vs Colts
0 - 0
TV: CBS
Sun Dec 1301:00 PM
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@ Bears @ Bears
0 - 0
TV: CBS
Sat Dec 1907:00 PM
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@ Colts @ Colts
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Sun Dec 2701:00 PM
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Sun Jan 0501:00 PM
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houston texans STANDINGS

Team Name
Wins
Loss
Ties
Win%
Texans
10
6
0
.625
Titans
9
7
0
.563
Colts
7
9
0
.438
Jaguars
6
10
0
.375

houston texans Roster

Player Name
Uniform
Position
Tyrell Adams
50
LB
Jordan Akins
88
TE
Auzoyah Alufohai
98
NT
Bryan Anger
9
P
Cornell Armstrong
30
CB
Davin Bellamy
49
LB
Ross Blacklock
90
DT
Angelo Blackson
97
DE
DeAndre Carter
14
WR
Anthony Chesley
43
CB
Randall Cobb
18
WR
Dylan Cole
51
LB
Gareon Conley
22
CB
Brandin Cooks
13
WR
Isaiah Coulter
82
WR
Keke Coutee
16
WR
Keion Crossen
35
CB
Zach Cunningham
41
LB
Brandon Dunn
92
NT
Duke Ejiofor
53
LB
Ka'imi Fairbairn
7
K
Darren Fells
87
TE
Will Fuller V
15
WR
Zach Fulton
73
C G
Phillip Gaines
29
CB
Cullen Gillaspia
44
RB FB
Jonathan Greenard
52
DE
Nate Hall
48
LB
Chad Hansen
17
WR
Vernon Hargreaves III
28
CB
Charlie Heck
67
T
Seantrel Henderson
76
T
Karan Higdon Jr.
24
RB
Tytus Howard
71
T
Buddy Howell
38
RB
Cordel Iwuagwu
70
G
David Johnson
31
RB
Duke Johnson
25
RB
Jan Johnson
56
LB
Roderick Johnson
63
T
Lonnie Johnson Jr.
32
CB
Jamir Jones
47
LB
Peter Kalambayi
58
LB
Senio Kelemete
64
G
Anthony Kukwa
45
TE LS
Chris Landrum
42
LB DE
Rick Leonard
72
T
Shalom Luani
42
S
Greg Mancz
65
C G
Jacob Martin
54
LB
Nick Martin
66
C
AJ McCarron
2
QB
Alex McGough
3
QB
Benardrick McKinney
55
LB
Whitney Mercilus
59
LB
Steven Mitchell Jr.
11
WR
A.J. Moore Jr.
33
S
Kyle Murphy
68
T
Eric Murray
23
S
Elijah Nkansah
75
T
Charles Omenihu
94
DE
Jonathan Owens
36
S
Scottie Phillips
40
RB
Brent Qvale
76
T
John Reid
34
CB
Justin Reid
20
S
Bradley Roby
21
CB
Ira Savage-Lewis
96
DE
Brennan Scarlett
57
LB
Max Scharping
74
T
Tyler Simmons
86
WR
Dylan Stapleton
84
TE
David Steinmetz
79
T
Kenny Stills
12
WR
Jordan Thomas
83
TE
Michael Thomas
28
S
Nick Tiano
8
QB
Laremy Tunsil
78
T
Eddie Vanderdoes
95
NT
Kahale Warring
81
TE
Carlos Watkins
91
DE
Jaylen Watkins
27
S
Deshaun Watson
4
QB
J.J. Watt
99
DE
Jon Weeks
46
C LS
Isaac Whitney
19
WR
Elex Woodworth
77
C

houston texans Injuries

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David Johnson NFL Most Rushing Yards Odds & Analysis For 2020 Season

In a stunning trade this winter, the Houston Texans shipped out All-Pro receiver DeAndre Hopkins to Arizona for a package built around past-his-prime Cardinals running back David Johnson. Here are Johnson’s odds at Mybookie to lead the NFL in rushing yards in the 2020 regular season as well Houston’s Week 1 odds.

Johnson was a third-round pick in 2015 by the Cardinals from not-exactly football powerhouse Northern Iowa. Johnson was not a very touted recruit and the only other school to offer Johnson an athletic scholarship was Illinois State.

However, Johnson got on the radar of NFL scouts in his senior season when he set numerous school single-season and career records. Appeared in 49 games (36 starts) at Northern Iowa, rushing for 4,687 yards and 49 touchdowns on 866 attempts while adding 141 receptions for 1,734 yards and 14 touchdowns. He posted three consecutive 1,000-yard seasons to finish his collegiate career, leading the team in rushing in each season.

Johnson opened his rookie NFL season as the fourth string running back behind veterans Andre Ellington, Chris Johnson, and Stepfan Taylor but quickly showed he was the best of the bunch. He finished the season having carried 125 times for 581 yards with eight touchdowns, and caught 36 passes for 457 yards and four touchdowns.

It was in 2016 when Johnson showed he was one of the NFL’s top offensive talents. He set single-season career highs in rushing yards (1,239) rushing touchdowns (16), receptions (80) and receiving yards (879). He was named to the Pro Bowl and a First-Team All-Pro. Johnson led the NFL with a franchise-record 2,118 scrimmage yards, had an NFL-best 20 touchdowns and ranked second in the league with 16 rushing touchdowns.

He tied the NFL single-season record with 15 consecutive games with at least 100 yards from scrimmage (Barry Sanders, 1997) and became the first player to open the season with 15 straight 100-yard games.

However, Johnson suffered a season-ending injury in Week 1 of the 2017 season. Despite that, the Cardinals gave him three-year, $39 million contract extension with $30 million guaranteed on the eve of the 2018 season. Johnson racked up 1,386 scrimmage yards (940 rushing, 446 receiving) and 10 total touchdowns (seven rushing, three receiving). He joined wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald as the only players in Cardinals’ history to score 10-or-more touchdowns in three different seasons (2015, 2016, 2018).

Last year, Johnson was limited to 13 games and simply wasn’t very good, finished the season with 345 yards and two touchdowns on 98 carries (3.7 avg.) along with 36 receptions for 370 yards (10.3 avg.) and four touchdowns. He was eventually surpassed on the depth chart by Kenyan Drake. Johnson did become just the fifth player in NFL history with at least 30 rushing touchdowns and 15 receiving touchdowns in his first five seasons.

In March, the Cardinals stole All-Pro receiver DeAndre Hopkins from Houston by sending off Johnson and a couple of draft picks. Arizona might have simply released Johnson and his big salary if not for the trade. Johnson will draw a base salary of $10.2 million and carry a cap hit of nearly $11.2 million this season and Texans took on his entire salary.

Johnson will be the clear-cut No. 1 guy in Houston. Texans coach Bill O’Brien said, ” Johnson is a three-down back who has had some very productive years. … The type of guy he is, I’m so excited about having him, Randall Cobb, Brandin Cooks in our locker room.”

O’Brien could feel pressure to feed Johnson plenty of touches in an effort to make the DeAndre Hopkins trade look better. The likes of Arian Foster, Lamar Miller and Carlos Hyde have all been fed 250-plus touches in a single season since O’Brien took over in Houston back in 2014.

Johnson still does not think he is a lesser player than the one who took the league by storm in 2015 and 2016.

“No, I don’t,” Johnson said. “Obviously I was dealing with injuries, and that’s rough, but that’s part of football. Everyone has injuries, especially toward this time of the year, so it’s really how you play with the injuries.”

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As recently as 2018 with Houston, Lamar Miller was one of the better all-around running backs in the NFL, but he missed all of last year due to serious injury and is still without a team. Here are Miller’s odds at Mybookie to win 2020 NFL Comeback Player of the Year as well as the Panthers’ over/under win total. We Read More
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) NFL Update – June 22nd Edition

The National Football League had a relatively quiet week. Things happened in the NHL, NBA, and MLB, but for the NFL, it’s steady as she goes. Still, the league did release a Covid-19 related email. Also, a marquee defensive back decided he’s had enough of his current team. Check out what happened last week in the National Football League so Read More
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Houston Texans Schedule Odds & Analysis

With much of the major offseason work now down, the NFL is in a bit of a holding pattern as we wait to see how the current coronavirus situation plays out. The NFL released the 2020 schedule late last week, but we are in a position where the dates listed still need to be considered somewhat tentative. That doesn’t mean Read More
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NFL AFC South Divisional Odds After Draft

While the Houston Texans won their second straight AFC South division title and fourth in five years, the division title has been closely contested in each of the last three seasons, with at least two teams from the AFC South reaching the playoffs during the span. Now, following a offseason full of free agent transactions and the recently completed NFL Read More
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Houston Texans Super Bowl LV Odds & Analysis After Draft

After coming up short in their quest to win the AFC Championship at the very least last season, Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans are hoping for bigger and better heading into the upcoming campaign. However, following a wild offseason that saw the Texans make at least one, jaw-dropping trade, there’s a lot of uncertainty surround the Texans as they Read More
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NFL Draft Order & Rounds For 2020

We could all use a little jolt of excitement in the world of sports, and we should get a nice fix over the next few days, as the 2020 NFL draft is set to commence on Thursday, April 23. While it will look a little different this year, the draft will still encompass 7 rounds of picks between Thursday and Read More
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AFC South Mock Draft For 2020 Draft

We are now just a matter of days away from the start of the 2020 NFL Draft, which means that teams will now be finalizing their list of potential draftees. There have been countless mock drafts posted online for months now, but no-one really knows what any team is going to do, with many of them probably forced to make Read More
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Houston Texans NFL Odds After Free Agency Week 1

There is perhaps nothing more disconcerting for fans of any team in the NFL than seeing their team begin to make moves that would suggest they are about to take a nosedive in the coming season. That scenario becomes even stranger when those moves are being made by a team that was in the playoffs last season and considered to Read More
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NFL Betting: AFC South Free Agency Week 1 Thoughts

While Tennessee and Houston both reached the playoffs last season, Indianapolis will be looking to get back in the postseason after taking a step backwards from their fine 2019 campaign – and then – there’s the Jacksonville Jaguars. With a robust free agent signing period that saw all four teams make some fairly significant moves, let’s find out how each Read More
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2019/20 Houston Texans Season Betting Info

The Houston Texans are close to their 2019 NFL draft, and Texans fans are beginning to ask questions towards the team’s uncertain future. The Texans have two second-round picks after trading Duane Brown back in 2017. However, because of the recent trades, the team will not have a fourth round pick, unless they make another trade.

Deshaun Watson is clearly the future of the Texans, with his second year with the Texans approaching. While his start with the team was uncertain after a beginning with injury, Watson is looking to play his best season yet with a great defensive line giving him confidence.

2019 Wild Card Weekend

Saturday, January 5 2019
No. 6 Indianapolis at No. 3 Houston, 4:35 p.m. ET (ESPN/ABC)


 

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