The Houston Texans are having themselves one nightmare of a season after being one of the top teams in the AFC last year.
They’ve struggled on both sides of the ball but mainly on offense, mainly at the quarterback position. Things don’t necessarily look or feel the same in Texas, but this team has continued to fight. This is a team that is starting to grow on me, so it’s a little concerning.
Houston even fired their head coach.
It’s just like the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC. They were the best team in the conference and are currently battling the Houston Texans for one of the top picks in next years draft.
Now this weekend, the Texans are getting ready to travel to Indianapolis to take on the newly crowned AFC South division champion Colts.
With the Texans getting ready to try to take down the top dogs of the division, head coach Wade Philips says that tight end Garrett Graham will be a game time decision on Sunday when they take on Andrew Luck and the Colts.
RT @DeepSlant: Garrett Graham did not practice and will be a game-time decision, according to Wade Philips.
— Houston Texans (@HoustonTexans) December 13, 2013
Graham has 545 receiving yards off 49 receptions and five touchdowns this season for the struggling Texans.