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  • Tue., Apr. 21, 2015 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM CDT Spring Cleaning Sale at Go Texan Store

    Spring Cleaning Sale!

    It’s time to make room in your closet for lots of great new Texans gear! Stock up at our Spring Cleaning Sale April 20-21 with 20% off the entire store!*

    *Excludes sale and value items

    Store details - http://www.houstontexans.com/gotexanstore.html

  • Sat., Apr. 25, 2015 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM CDT Play Safe Clinic presented by Houston Methodist and GE The Houston Texans are proud to partner with GE and Houston Methodist to launch the Play Safe Football Clinics! These clinics will highlight the importance of concussion awareness,  proper hydration, and nutrition.

    Special guests will include experts in related fields, Houston Texans Ambassadors, and Texans Cheerleaders!  Participants will hear from guest speakers and then take part in interactive football drills. 
    Play Safe Football Clinics
    9:30am: Check-in
    10:00am-12:30pm: Clinics

    March 7: Cinco Ranch High School
    March 21: James Driver Park
    April 11: Pearland Junior High West
    April 25: Capmbell Middle School

    These events are free, however registration is required. There are four different dates and locations to choose from. Space is limited, so register for a clinic near you today through this link - http://www.houstontexans.com/kids/footballclinic.html
  • Thu., Apr. 30, 2015 5:00 PM - 9:30 PM CDT 2015 Houston Texans Draft Party pres. by Coors Light

    The 2015 Houston Texans Draft Party presented by Coors Light isThursday, April 30 at NRG Stadium.  The Draft Party begins at 5 p.m. CDT and the 2015 NFL Draft begins at 7 p.m. CDT.

    NFL Network’s draft coverage will be shown on the HD televisions throughout the 100 Level Concourse and Texans Radio on SportsRadio 610 will broadcast live, with commentary and analysis from “The Voice of the Texans,” Marc Vandermeer, and a number of special guests. When the Texans make their first-round pick, fans at the Draft Party will hear from the player first as part of Texans Radio’s live broadcast.

    Texans Ambassadors will be on hand to sign autographs throughout the evening. Texans fans can also get their first glimpse of the 2015 Houston Texans Cheerleaders when the squad makes its debut performance at the event. 

    Young fans can play in the TORO’s Kids Club Zone presented by Kroger, which will feature interactive games, a balloon artist and appearances by TORO and Deep Steel Thunder. Fans can also take photos in Memory Alley located on the concourse. 

    Get more information on the event here.



  • Fri., May. 01, 2015 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM CDT Flashback Fridays at Go Texan Store

    Stop by the Go Texan Store on Friday, April 10, 2015 from 12:30pm - 1:30pm to meet a TBD Houston Texans Ambassador.  Fans can also enjoy a 10% off Power Hour discount in the Go Texan Store during the event!

    Store info - http://www.houstontexans.com/gotexanstore.html

  • Sat., May. 02, 2015 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM CDT Texans Care Volunteer Day presented by Reliant Texans Care Volunteer Day presented by Reliant is a city-wide volunteer day on Saturday, May 2, 2015 from 8AM - noon where Texans players, Cheerleaders, Ambassadors, TORO and staff will volunteer alongside Texans fans!

    As an organization, the Texans make it a priority to give back to the Houston community. This day provides an opportunity to invite Texans fans to volunteer with the team to make a positive change. These organizations work to improve the standard of living for the young people of Houston, which aligns with the Texans mission to be Champions for Youth.

    There are plenty of locations across Houston, so sign up today at http://www.houstontexans.com/community/volunteer-day.html!
  • Sat., May. 02, 2015 10:30 AM - 6:30 PM CDT NFL Draft Day 3 from Houston Texans Grille

    Stop by the Houston Texans Grille (I-10 & Beltway 8) on Day 3 of the NFL Draft, Saturday, May 2 from 10:30am – 6:30pm for a chance to announce a Texans Draft Pick live on TV or chance to win tons of other prizes!

    All of the Texans draft picks that day will be made by Texans fans live from the Grille, with at least one on NFL Network and the rest on NFL.com.

    Texans Radio with Voice of the Texans, Marc Vandermeer and special guests, will be broadcasting LIVE the entire time. Plus, Houston Texans Cheerleaders and Ambassadors will be there for autographs and pictures!

  • Sun., May. 03, 2015 11:00 PM - 11:30 PM CDT Texans All Access: 2015 Draft on KTRK ABC 13

    Tune in to KTRK ABC 13 in Houston on Sunday, May 3 at 11pm to catch the Texans TV special, Texans All Access: 2015 Draft.  This will be an exclusive look into the day of the Texans first round draft pick, as well as an analysis of all the 2015 Texans draft picks from Texans TV Insiders.

    Fans throughout Texas, be sure to check your local TV listings for air dates and times in your area.

  • Tue., May. 05, 2015 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM CDT Texans Radio Live at Houston Texans Grille Stop by the Houston Texans Grille located at CityCentre, 12848 Queensbury Ln. Ste 208, Houston, TX 77024 (I-10 & Beltway 8), as Texans Radio broadcasts LIVE with special guests including Voice of the Texans, Marc Vandermeer!
  • Wed., May. 13, 2015 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM CDT Moms Clinic presented by Houston Methodist and GE

    The Houston Texans are proud to partner with GE and Houston Methodist to launch the Play Safe Moms Clinic just for football moms on May 13th!

    This free clinic will provide moms with the latest safety information in concussion awareness, proper hydration and nutrition to prepare them for the upcoming football season.  These classroom-style instructions and interactive football drills will take place in the Houston Methodist Training Center.

    Space is limited, so register today at http://www.houstontexans.com/kids/momclinic.html!

  • Sun., May. 17, 2015 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM CDT Gridiron Gang Auditions

    Are you motivated, outgoing and passionate? Well then, we're looking for you to audition for the Houston Texans Gridiron Gang gameday entertainment team on Sunday, May 17 from 1-3pm at the Hosuton Methodist Training Center.

    For more info and to regsiter, click this link - http://www.houstontexans.com/fan-zone/gridiron2.html



Quotes: Head coach Gary Kubiak

Posted Dec 11, 2012

Head coach Gary Kubiak addressed the media in a press conference Tuesday.

Head Coach Gary Kubiak
(on if the team can correct its offensive play) “Yeah, we’ve got to. We’ve got to play better than we’ve played. Obviously those six quarters have not been our best this year. We did move the ball last night in the first half very well. We had 180 yards of offense and had no points to show for it. I think we penetrated to the 21, the 33, the 38. You have to get something out of those plays. My biggest disappointment right now offensively is our inability to stay on the field on third down. To make some tough plays, and that’s what you have to do in this business. You have to step up and make those plays, regardless of whether it’s a catch, a throw, a run, whatever it is, to stay out there. Like I said, we were unable to do that last night.”

(on RB Arian Foster being underworked and why he didn’t get the ball more) “Yeah, we were throwing it trying to get back in the game so it wouldn’t have mattered who was back there. There weren’t a lot of carries to go around for what we were trying to do. Obviously I reached a point, too, where I wanted to take another look at (RB) Ben (Tate) and see how he was performing after his second week back, which I thought was pretty good. It’s a combination of those things. (RB) Arian (Foster) is fine. If we’re playing in the type of game we want to play in, I think he carries the ball last night 25, 28 times, but it just didn’t happen that way.”

(on how concerned he is about the defense after the last three or four games) “I’m concerned about a lot of things. But it’s part of the situation that we’re in. There are things you have to fight through. Our football team is in a very good situation. We’re playing at home this week for an opportunity to win a division title. That’s a darn good thing. We’ve got issues. We’ve got to stop people better. We’ve got to move the ball better. We’ve got to get rid of penalties on special teams. It’s always going to be something. That’s football. But we know the things that we’ve got to clean up to get more consistent in our play and we definitely weren’t going to get away with the team we were playing last night.”

(on if he thinks the team is mature enough to put yesterday’s game behind them) “Yeah, I do. It’s part of this business. Fortunately, I should say we’ve only had this trouble twice this year, where we’ve had to turn around and go back after getting beat. That’s a good thing. That’s part of this league. When you’re doing things good, not to listen to people, and keep working and trying to be consistent in what you’re doing. When things don’t go very good, let them go and move onto the next week. Along with that we’ve got other challenges, too, going on with our football team that we’ve got to fight through. But we’ve got a great opportunity ahead of us and we need to stay focused on that.”

(on the Texans’ secondary play last night) “It was a lot like, I think I saw it as a team the same way. I wouldn’t say it was defensively or offensively. I think in any given game, regardless of what the game is, there are usually eight or 10 big opportunities in the game, difference-maker-type plays, in a game. Whether it’s your chance defensively to make a play or your chance offensively to make a play. And you’ve got to make the majority of those if you’re going to win. And if you’re playing a team like we played last night, you better make a bunch of them. We just didn’t do it when the ball was there, whether it was defensively not making a play or offensively not making the play. They were the ones doing it. And that’s why they are what they are as a football team. They’re very consistent and have been for a long time. We know the emphasis. We know what we have to do if we’re going to be successful, especially down the stretch and especially against people like that. It’s part of the learning curve I guess. It was a tough lesson to learn last night.”

(on if CB Brandon Harris is ready to see heavy play time) “Yeah, I think he’s done some good stuff. It’s a tough position to get put in and how much he’s played the last two weeks and to line up against one of the great, great players in the slot last night. But I like the way he went in there and battled. He got a penalty, he got a penalty I think on special teams also, so that’s something he’s got to work on, but I like the way he competes. He’s got confidence, and you’ve got to be able to do that. I see a player who’s getting better and he’s getting a big opportunity. He’s got to continue to improve. We’ve got a lot of confidence in him.”

(on if it’s better to have a big game after a loss like this) “I’m going to answer that the way I think I’ve answered that question. I think every game is big. It’s the next one we’re playing. Yeah, it’s a chance for us to win our division. It’s a chance for us to win our 12th football game, which is huge. But they’re all big and you prepare the same way. You’ve got to get yourself to game day and get ready to go and step up and make plays. And this week will be no different. But we’ve got a quick turnaround here. It’s a tough trip. Some tired bodies around here that I’ve
got to get back and get them ready to go, not only playing but coaching, too. It’s a quick turnaround that we’ve got to be ready to handle.”

(on how much TE Garrett Graham’s absence affected the offense) “Well, we miss (TE) Garrett (Graham), he’s a fine player. He might be as improved of a football player as we have on this team. He gives us a lot of flexibility in what we do with two tight (ends) and three tight (ends). You saw we had a tackle playing some tight end last night. Yeah it’s important, but also the most important thing is Garrett’s health.  He’s expected to be on, well he will be on the field tomorrow, I can tell you that. He’s got one more test, I guess, to pass. One more phase to pass to be cleared to go on game day. He’s making progress, but he was not ready to go.”

(on QB Matt Schaub’s play in big games) “No. I have no concerns. I think (QB) Matt (Schaub) led his team to a lot of wins this year. I think he’s done a fine job. He made a mistake with the ball last night in the red zone. The guy made a great play. Matt also made some great throws in that game. He can’t block the blitz. He’s got to do his job, but there’s a lot of people who have to help him too. I’ve got no doubts about that at all.”

(on what New England was doing to keep the Texans from making big plays) “Well, we made some plays throwing the ball. We just didn’t finish stuff. We had a chance early in the game to make a huge play down the field. I don’t have the numbers in front of me, but as far as plays over 20 yards, I know we had a few of those. We made some plays, we just didn’t put any points on the board. We dropped a big go-route early in the game. We dropped a fourth down play. We had some opportunities to make some plays that we needed to make.”

(on if OT Derek Newton is coming back) “He’s doing good. Until he’s back on the field I’m not ready to tell you he will be ready to play. I think there’s a process that he’s got to go through this week. But he did work today and worked well.”

(on if anyone else is suffering from injuries) “No. (OT Derek) Newton and (TE) Garrett (Graham) obviously I just talked about. (ILB Tim) Dobbins and (ILB Darryl) Sharpton came out of the game a little banged up. Other than that, that’s the good thing, we didn’t take any steps backwards with anybody physically, so we should be okay.”

(on going to New England with high expectations and losing by a large margin) “Well any time you lose, it’s tough. It’s not just getting beat last night. I don’t know that any loss is more difficult than any other one because you work so hard in each and every game that you prepare for. Last night is disappointing. We played a hell of a football team and you’ve got to go in there and play close to perfect and be at your best. We were far from that and we paid the price. We got our tails beat, so it’s part of this business.”


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