Schaub, Johnson, and Daniels: Can They Make the Texans Contenders?

Posted: 23rd October 2009 by Corey Carr in NFL
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The Houston Texans are arguably the most inconsistent team in the National Football League. The Texans are off to a 3-3 start to the 2009 regular season and are hoping to reach the playoffs for the first time in franchise history. They have defeated the Titans, Raiders, and Bengals. In each of these games, the Texans have had to score at least 28 points to win. Matt Schaub is second in the NFL in passing yards and first in the league in passing touchdowns. He is in the midst of a career season and is considered a first tier quarterback in nearly all fantasy football leagues. His main man, Andre Johnson, is second in the NFL in receiving yards, averaging 96 yards per game. The Texans are 12th in the league in points per game, scoring an average of 24 points. One of the main reasons for the ...

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