Houston Rockets Power Forward Luc Mbah A Moute, and his M12 Foundation teamed up with Houston Councilwoman Amanda Edwards and the Bread of Life organization to help bring smiles to the faces of families affected by Hurricane Harvey.
The last time the Houston Texans and Tennessee Titans met in October, the Texans put on an offensive display that led them to a franchise record 57 points. Maybe they should have put some of those points in a safe deposit box to be used two months later. This past Sunday, the Texans lost to the Titans 24 – 13, and are 1- 4 since rookie QB Deshaun Watson went on injured reserve.
Maybe Andre Johnson Day needs to be a traveling event. After an impressive win over the Arizona Cardinals last week at home, where the franchise’s leading receiver was put into the team’s Ring of Honor, the Houston Texans rolled into M&T Bank Stadium looking to put together a consecutive game winning streak. Unfortunately, that did not happen as the Texans lost to the Baltimore Ravens 23-16.
The Houston Texans gave the franchise leader in receiving yards, receptions, and touchdowns, Andre Johnson the best gift he could receive on the official, “Andre Lamont Johnson Day,” a victory. Houston ended a three-game losing streak by defeating the Arizona Cardinals 31-21 in front of a very enthusiastic crowd who came to celebrate with the hometown hero.
Who knew that in 1990, before Super Bowl 24 was played by the San Francisco 49ers and Denver Broncos, that an organization designed around young people to help fight hunger, poverty, and homelessness in the United States would be started by a small but powerful prayer?
“It just doesn’t seem the same anymore. Over the last couple of weeks, we have had so much excitement around here. I just hope we can end this season above .500,” said tailgater and Texan fan Lynn Williams. His statement reflected the mood of most fans in attendance to see the Houston Texans vs Indianapolis Colts at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.
The Houston Astros are the 2017 World Series Champions. Ok. For Houston Astros fans, I know you don’t believe what you just read, so I will say it again. The best team in baseball for 2017 is your Houston Astros. This is the same team that at one point during the regular season in 2013 had a 14-million-dollar payroll on the field. They were the running joke of Major League Baseball for losing more than 100 games for three straight seasons and were nicknamed the “Lastros” by some fans.
History has a funny way of repeating itself. It has been twelve years since the last category three or stronger hurricane made landfall on the United States soil. Ironically, it was also the last time the Houston Astros made it to the World Series.
The Houston Texans got a much needed victory this past Sunday at NRG stadium by defeating the Cleveland Browns 33-17. The Texans got back to their winning ways and got a week off before heading to Seattle to take on the Seahawks. They will need the additional time to get healthy and adjust to the injuries they have suffered on the defensive side of the ball (Whitney Mercilus and JJ Watt are out for the season).
Heartbreaker: Houston Texans Lose Whitney Mercilus and J.J. Watt to Injuries in Loss to Kansas City Chiefs
American poet Maya Angelou once wrote, “You may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated. In fact, it may be necessary to encounter the defeats, so you can know who you are, what you can rise from, how you can still come out of it.”