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Latest Gary Kubiak Items
Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints picked up right where they left off in the regular season: piling up points and yards in record-breaking fashion.
First playoff game, first postseason win in Houston Texans history.
Andre Johnson hugged his coach at the end of Houston's first playoff victory — a moment a decade in the making.
Year after agonizing year, Andre Johnson was asked about his goals for the season and his answer never changed.
Two weeks ago, Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips cracked jokes about going on medical leave to have surgery on his kidney and gall bladder.
Wade Phillips, the veteran coach who has turned the Houston defense into the NFL's best, will have surgery this week to resolve a kidney condition and will be away from the team for a week to 10 days.
Wade Phillips, the veteran coach who has turned the Houston defense into the NFL's best, is taking medical leave to have an unspecified surgical procedure this week.
Apparently, it's going to take more than injuries to star players to derail the Houston Texans.
Matt Leinart's return to the NFL lasted less than a half, and coach Gary Kubiak says the Texans will sign another quarterback this week.