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    2014-11-21 Three And Out: Useless Predictions For Texans-Bengals - With a chance to truly climb into the AFC playoff picture, will the Houston Texans defeat the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday? One Texans fan makes his predictions for the game. Once upon a time (scholars estimate it was last week), I predicted that your Houston Texans would lose to the Cleveland Browns. I based that prediction in large part on the likely absence of Arian Foster and Ryan Mallett making his first NFL start on the road. The Texans won 23-7. Alfred Blue was astoundingly effective in relief of Arian Foster. While not perfect, Ryan Mallett played very well in his first start, showing good command of the offense and minimizing his mistakes. The Texans looked like a completely different team with him under center in place of Ryan Fitzpatrick. I was wrong. Outrageously wrong, even. I underestimated Ryan Mallett. I underestimated Alfred Blue. I understimated the Texans. And perhaps I overestimated the Browns. Will I do it again? Will my blood oath of allegiance to all things Katy, Texas result in me blindly picking Andy Dalton to prevail? There's only one way to find out. It's prediction time for Texans-Bengals. 1. Despite his "day-to-day" status, I don't expect Arian Foster to suit up on Sunday. He practiced Wednesday, sat out yesterday, and as I write this, I have no idea if he practiced today (Friday). I imagine Foster will be inactive against the Bengals, which means it's going to be Alfred Blue's show for the second week in a row. I don't think you'll see 36 carries from Blue again, but I do think you'll see him have north of 22 carries. Mark Blue down for 24 carries, 102 yards, and 1 TD. 2. In his second NFL start and his first start at home, Ryan Mallett will open things up a bit more than what we saw against the Browns. Personally, I'd love to see Bill O'Brien send Andre Johnson and DeAndre Hopkins deep on the first play from scrimmage; if Mallett was to connect with one of those guys for a long touchdown, the roof would blow off NRG Stadium (which, naturally, would be the only way the roof would ever be opened). I saw much more than I thought I would from Mallett last week. I'm still not convinced he's the long-term answer at QB; I need to see several more games before I'm ready to jump off that ledge. Nevertheless, I'm exponentially more optimistic about the possibility of the Texans having a legitimate NFL starting quarterback on their current roster than I was a week ago. Mallett's line against the Bengals on Sunday? 22-33 for 227 yards, 2 TDs, and 2 INTs. 3. J.J. Watt's ongoing quest to be the sole subject of Andy Dalton's night terrors aside, the key match-up on Sunday will be Johnathan Joseph versus A.J. Green. Green is going to find the end zone, likely thanks to a safety's failure to provide help over the top. J-Jo simply has to minimize the number of deep plays surrendered against one of the best wide receiver in the NFL. I think he'll do a decent job of achieving that goal, as Green will be "held" to five catches for 88 yards and the aforementioned touchdown. PUT YOUR NAME ON IT: I can't explain this feeling in my gut. It could well be the shrimp scampi. But I believe the Texans beat the Bengals. Cincinnati has more film of Mallett than the Browns did in that they have something to watch, but is a single game really enough to render an opinion on a QB's tendencies? Especially when said QB gets rid of the ball so quickly? Isn't it possible that O'Brien kept a card or two up his sleeve last week? Ryan Mallett moves to 2-0, the Texans move to 6-5, and playoff talk gets considerably louder next week. Texans 24, Bengals 21. To buy tickets, visit the NFL Ticket Exchange. Bengals vs Texans coverage Cincy Jungle Battle Red Blog
    2014-11-21 Ryan Fitzpatrick reminisces about Harvard-Yale - It’s a good news, bad news situation for Ryan Fitzpatrick this week. “Fortunately, I’m still playing in the NFL,” the Houston Texans’ backup QB said by phone this week. “Unfortunately, I won’t be able to make it back for The Game.” It’s been 10 years since Fitzpatrick led Harvard to a perfect 10-0 season in 2004, and the well-traveled signal-caller has been able to make it back to campus for only one Harvard-Yale matchup since. ESPN - Houston Texans
    2014-11-21 Cincinnati Bengals vs. Houston Texans: Complete Week 12 Preview for Houston - What a difference one week and a quarterback change make! With just one victory, the Houston Texans have gone from feeling out of the race at 4-5 to being in the serious conversation of the playoff race at 5-5. Perhaps that means they were never really out of it before the win over Cleveland, but it would have been hard to sell me on their potential while Ryan Fitzpatrick was starting. The Texans are currently favored according to OddsShark.com—as of Friday morning—to defeat the Cincinnati Bengals, and if they do so, they'll likely reach 8-5 before heading into their huge Week 15 matchup at Indianapolis. They play very winnable games against Tennessee and Jacksonville before taking on the Colts. They'll be favored to reach 8-5. It's crazy how quickly fortunes can turn in the NFL when you have a competent quarterback. At this point, it will probably take 10 wins to reach the playoffs, so if the Texans lose at Indianapolis—where they've never won in franchise history—they'll need to defeat both Baltimore and Jacksonville at home over their final two games assuming they reach 8-5—certainly not a daunting task. The perfect scenario to help out the Texans' playoff odds would be for the Pittsburgh Steelers to win the AFC North, since the Texans will lose any tiebreaker scenario to them if both were in the wild-card mix, but the Texans own the tiebreaker over Cleveland and have a chance to win it with head-to-head games against Cincinnati and Baltimore. The Colts' remaining schedule is pretty soft with games against Jacksonville, Tennessee and Washington, so catching them when the Colts will likely hold the tiebreaker as well probably won't happen. However if the Texans take care of business against Jacksonville and Tennessee and win two home games against Baltimore and Cincinnati—all of which they'll probably be favored to win—then that gets them to 10 wins and should secure the Texans their third playoff berth in franchise history. It's crazy how favorable the Texans' situation and formula to make the playoffs have become. Of course Ryan Mallett has only had one start so far, so we shouldn't put the cart before the horse. Nevertheless, he did put up a great performance on the road and in the cold against a great pass defense. Mallett was accurate, decisive, confident and poised, and he basically checked off every box on the quarterback wish list against Cleveland. The Bengals don't have a bad defense, but you could certainly argue that they have a worse pass defense than that of Cleveland—they rank ahead of Cincinnati in passing yards allowed and interceptions—so there's no reason to expect Mallett to take a step back with this game at home. Invite everyone back on to the bandwagon. This is about to get fun if the Texans defeat Cincinnati this week. B/R - Houston Texans
    2014-11-21 Cincinnati Bengals vs. Houston Texans: Complete Week 12 Preview for Houston - I guess this is the question we have to ask: What took so long? That is, of course, a reference to finally starting Ryan Mallett—which I've been calling for on here since after the loss to the Indianapolis Colts—who had a breakout performance against the Cleveland Browns. Actually saying it that way doesn't do it justice because it wasn't just any normal situation. It was on the road, in near freezing temperatures and against a pass defense that ranked first in opponent's completion percentage and first in quarterback rating and had intercepted the second-most passes coming into last week. Mallett's stat line wasn't mind-blowing or comparable to the freak show Aaron Rodgers is putting out weekly, but he did finish the game 20-of-30 (66 percent) for 211 yards with two touchdowns and one interception. Forget Mallett's strong arm for a moment. What was really impressive about how he played against Cleveland was his accuracy, command of the offense and how quickly he got rid of the football. The Texans offensive line struggled with pass protection earlier this season, so how a quarterback with limited mobility like Mallett would hold up was a legit concern. As it turns out, however, maybe the struggles in pass protection were more about Ryan Fitzpatrick holding on to the ball too long and not the line. #Texans' Godsey credited Mallett not holding onto ball with helping O-line protect him. Clear that Fitzpatrick was holding on too long. — Brian T. Smith (@ChronBrianSmith) November 19, 2014 Almost like clockwork, whenever Mallett's back foot would hit on his three-, five- or seven-step drop, the ball would come out immediately because he seemed to know exactly where to go with the ball based on the defensive look or which receiver won his battle.  Ball is coming at Dre before he starts to break his route off. Mallett timing good for first start. #Texans https://t.co/PpCnDFRgt8 — PDS (@PatDStat) November 19, 2014 Mallett getting rid of the ball on time and with a purpose. Hopkins first down. #Texans https://t.co/DtKAgfF4XB — PDS (@PatDStat) November 19, 2014 His three-plus years of experience in this system really showed in how well he was able to operate the offense at a higher tempo than Fitzpatrick and how easily he seemed to make audibles to the play call or protection before each play and anticipate routes instead of having to wait for receivers to come wide open. That's surprising for a player making his first start compared to a 10-year NFL veteran. Alfred Blue also had a great game in support of his quarterback with 156 rushing yards on 36 carries. That total is one yard less than the Texans' highest single-game rushing effort this year, which came in Week 5 when Arian Foster ran for 157 yards against Dallas. Blue joins Mike Anderson and Marion Butts as the only rookies in NFL history from the 6th rd. or later w/ 35+ car. 150+ yds. in a game. — PDS (@PatDStat) November 19, 2014 The stellar performance of the offensive line also deserves a mention here. Blue played well, but he also had some huge holes to run through. Blue does many things well, but he doesn't come close to Foster in terms of his vision for the cutback lane and the ability to rip off a huge run when the blocking isn't great. I'm not saying that Blue isn't shifty at all, but he's more likely to run it up into the line when the blocking doesn't open a hole than cut across the grain and try to get to the corner on the other side like Foster did on that big run against Tennessee. J.J. Watt had another stellar performance, which we have all come to expect. Watt finished the game with five tackles, one sack, three tackles for loss, a forced fumble, one fumble recovered and, of course, his ridiculous touchdown catch. Watt turning the corner with his speed. #Texans https://t.co/E5PVFYUtqK — PDS (@PatDStat) November 19, 2014 Schwartz with no chance again Watt. Watt posts him up with his right arm and makes the play on Tate. #Texans https://t.co/eJqEAJGe7a — PDS (@PatDStat) November 19, 2014 Seriously, he's an interior defensive lineman, and they split him out wide and threw him a fade pass like teams do with Calvin Johnson or Dez Bryant? Praising him gets repetitive, I'm sure, but he really is a rare and amazing athlete. That wasn't an easy catch to make for Watt, who had to make an over-the-shoulder grab while falling down. It's no wonder the Madden developers had to finally make him eligible as a tight end on the game and actually gave him a pretty good rating. JJ Watt scores ANOTHER TD. What a catch! https://t.co/ubuWVbnhV2 — Will Brinson (@WillBrinson) November 16, 2014 I say this in all seriousness: If Watt trained, practiced and played as a tight end exclusively, he'd be a Pro Bowl player at that position. The run defense stepped up as well, as it held the Browns to just 58 yards on 2.8 yards per carry. Rookie back Isaiah Crowell had a solid game, but the Texans stuffed every other Browns back, including former Texan Ben Tate, who had negative-nine yards rushing on two attempts. Big Pickett doesn't let the center zone him. Then gets down the line to make a play. #Texans https://t.co/eJ72B51K5U — PDS (@PatDStat) November 19, 2014 Pickett eating up two blockers. Cush triggers, Pagan makes a nice play. #Texans https://t.co/1XUmwK1mqh — PDS (@PatDStat) November 19, 2014 The Houston Texans gave a total team effort on a big team victory. This was easily their biggest and most impressive victory of the season. B/R - Houston Texans
    2014-11-20 Bengals Q&A: Will the Texans face Good or Bad Andy? - Happy to share with you this week’s pregame Bengal Q&A is with Andrea Hangst (@FBALL_Andrea). She is the AFC North Lead Writer for Bleacher Report and is a fantasy football contributor at Pro Football Focus. She is also the host of the F*BALL NFL Podcast, which can be found at fball.podomatic.com or iTunes. Bengals Q&A with Andrea Hangst: The general view of Andy Dalton isn’t terribly positive relative to his salary. What is your view? “The problem with looking at Andy Dalton in the context of his contract is that he’s not really going to make $96 million over six years. While it’s practically never the case that any NFL contract is paid [...] Houston Chronicle
    2014-11-20 Bengals vs. Texans preview - When: 1 p.m. ET, Sunday Where: NRG Stadium, Houston TV: CBS The Cincinnati Bengals hold a special place in Houston Texans' lore. The Texans, who have been around since only 2002, have had some of their most memorable moments against the Cincinnati Bengals. Actually, the most memorable moment in franchise history was a pick-six by J.J. Watt in the 2011 playoffs that turned the game in Houston's favor. That was the Texans' first ever playoff win. ESPN AFC North
    2014-11-20 Bengals vs. Texans preview - When: 1 p.m. ET, Sunday Where: NRG Stadium, Houston TV: CBS The Cincinnati Bengals hold a special place in Houston Texans' lore. The Texans, who have been around since only 2002, have had some of their most memorable moments against the Cincinnati Bengals. Actually, the most memorable moment in franchise history was a pick-six by J.J. Watt in the 2011 playoffs that turned the game in Houston's favor. That was the Texans' first ever playoff win. ESPN AFC South
    2014-11-20 Bengals vs. Texans preview - When: 1 p.m. ET, Sunday Where: NRG Stadium, Houston TV: CBS The Cincinnati Bengals hold a special place in Houston Texans' lore. The Texans, who have been around since only 2002, have had some of their most memorable moments against the Cincinnati Bengals. Actually, the most memorable moment in franchise history was a pick-six by J.J. Watt in the 2011 playoffs that turned the game in Houston's favor. That was the Texans' first ever playoff win. ESPN NFL
    2014-11-19 Ryan Mallett's First Start a Victory for Bill O'Brien - Here we go again, Texans fans.  A midseason quarterback change sparked a dead offense in Houston's 23-7 win over the Cleveland Browns. The reaction from this game seems to be very similar to what I remember from the Keenuming: Half the fans want to declare quarterback Ryan Mallett the next great NFL quarterback, 40 percent of them are staying measured but have some optimism and I'm sitting out on the smoking patio with three friends, talking about how poorly this is going to end.  Despite that, I do think there is some warranted optimism in this game—I just think it's optimism I've found in head coach Bill O'Brien rather than in Mallett. Mallett showed a much better command of this offense than we saw with deposed quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, including but not limited to better pre-snap reads and the ability to run the no-huddle offense effectively. This was different from Case Keenum's big debut to me, because this is the game plan that O'Brien wants to run for the long term, not one Gary Kubiak ran because he had to. Perhaps most importantly, the ball was coming out on time when it was easy. For all the media talk we got about Fitzpatrick being smart—he went to Harvard—it was amazing how he could consistently turn an easy play into a mistake. O'Brien's offense looked much smoother with Mallett at the helm, and that's a testament to Mallett's ability to internalize the passing-game concepts that O'Brien had taught him in the past.  Now, let me put out this Parliament so I can begin to seed your mind for why I didn't think this game necessarily reflected well on Mallett.  First, this game came against the Cleveland Browns defense. Yeah, Joe Haden seems to be a nice player from afar. (But don't tell Bleacher Report's Cian Fahey that.) But the Browns have been a middling-at-best defense over the past three seasons, even despite bringing in a pair of respected defensive minds like head coach Mike Pettine and former defensive coordinator Ray Horton. There's been some passing-game improvement this year, but a lot of that is weighed down by Andy Dalton's bonkers day. Second, an inordinate amount of Mallett's throws in this game played on the short side of things. As I said, I think this was a smart game plan by O'Brien—it showed that he can hide what I would call an inaccurate passer by mixing in plenty of cupcake short throws against isolated defenders that had to let underneath stuff go. Football Outsiders typically separates deep from short as the NFL play-by-play does: 15 yards or longer is long, under that is short. Pro Football Focus separates things a little differently, and because they do, you can see just how many of Mallett's passes were quick hitters.  By the way, that's not to knock Mallett for sticking to the game plan—there's no way the Texans should be forcing deep shots when the game script is on their side—but I think it's a legitimate criticism of using this game as a reason to call him a valuable quarterback.  When Mallett did go deep, the touch throws weren't really there.  I think it's a bit of an oversimplification to say that good NFL quarterbacks hit that throw, because there are good quarterbacks who don't have the deep ball completely on their side anymore, but that's the kind of throw that is the difference between an NFL starter and an NFL backup when flaws are evident. Mallett didn't perform poorly overall on his deeper throws, but I do think his shaky accuracy is a much bigger issue in these spots, and what I saw didn't dissuade me from thinking that.  Finally, we have to account for the game script. The Texans started the second half with a 72 percent chance of winning, per Advanced Football Analytics. That number never dipped below 69 percent. So, given the game script, there was little reason for the Texans to attempt the sorts of throws that separate good NFL quarterbacks from good backups. Especially since the offensive line and Alfred Blue were churning up huge chunks of yardage on the ground.  Reflecting on this game, I think Mallett played well, but I also think he was in an ideal situation to play well. There was practically no NFL tape on him prior to the game, the run offense was working, the Cleveland defense is bad, there was practically zero pass pressure and he got to throw to Andre Johnson and DeAndre Hopkins. This offense played out the optimistic version of what the Texans were hoping for this season.  But as far as what we can take away from it going forward, I don't think I saw enough opportunities of tough situations to say for a fact that Mallett is better than my initial evaluation of him. He's certainly earned the chance to show us more, but I worry that if an enterprising defense man-covers his receivers up and down the board and sends pressure after him, the results won't be pretty.  What I took away from this game was that O'Brien schematically dominated the Browns defense, to the point where the quarterback almost didn't matter. There were some good Mallett flashes, but I'm going to need to see some tougher throws before I'm prepared to say the Texans have something here.   Rivers McCown is the AFC South lead writer for Bleacher Report and the co-host of the Three-Cone Drill podcast. His work has also appeared on Football Outsiders and ESPN.com. 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    2014-11-18 Stats show Texans' quick pace suited Ryan Mallett well - HOUSTON -- It was clear watching Sunday's game that the ball came out of Houston Texans quarterback Ryan Mallett's hands quicker than it did for the team's former quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. It turns out, it was quicker than any other quarterback in the league in Week 11. "He understood the rhythm that we wanted to play," Texans coach Bill O'Brien said. "He had performed that well in practice. When we continually saw that week-to-week, we knew that he was a guy that when he got into the game, that he would know how we wanted to play. ESPN AFC South
    2014-11-18 Stats show Texans' quick pace suited Ryan Mallett well - HOUSTON -- It was clear watching Sunday's game that the ball came out of Houston Texans quarterback Ryan Mallett's hands quicker than it did for the team's former quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. It turns out, it was quicker than any other quarterback in the league in Week 11. "He understood the rhythm that we wanted to play," Texans coach Bill O'Brien said. "He had performed that well in practice. When we continually saw that week-to-week, we knew that he was a guy that when he got into the game, that he would know how we wanted to play. ESPN NFL
    2014-11-18 numbers. RT @SeifertESPN: In his #Texans debut, Ryan Mallett was better than Ryan Fitzpatrick in several ways. http://t.co/ctfvL5p23K - None twitter
    2014-11-18 In his #Texans debut, Ryan Mallett was better than Ryan Fitzpatrick in several ways. QB Report: http://t.co/UHeo0XgLVi @taniaganguli - None twitter
    2014-11-18 Inside Slant: NFL Week 11 QB Report - Let's take our weekly deep dive into the Sunday performance of five NFL quarterbacks, using data supplied by analyst Jacob Nitzberg of ESPN Stats & Information. After all, the numbers don't always speak for themselves. (For all Inside Slant posts, including the weekly QB Report, follow this link. For a full statistical breakdown of all NFL quarterbacks, see ESPN.com's QBR page.) ESPN NFL
    2014-11-17 O’Brien satisfied with offensive line’s performance - The Texans’ offensive line played its best game of the season in Sunday’s 23-7 victory at Cleveland. Going against a physical front seven and a defense that had limited Cincinnati to three points, the linemen dominated on run blocking and pass protection. Quarterback Ryan Mallett wasn’t sacked in his first start. Ryan Fitzpatrick had been sacked 15 times in the previous four games. Mallett was hardly touched because of the outstanding pass protection. And the run blocking may have been even more impressive. The Texans ran 54 times for 213 yards. Rookie Alfred Blue carried 36 times for 156 yards. “They probably played their best game of the year,” coach [...] Houston Chronicle
    2014-11-17 What did we learn from the #Texans win over the #Browns? #jjwatt can catch! #Mallett is better than Fitzpatrick. http://t.co/Ie3VDUg1YY - None twitter

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