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  • 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. See rules - http://bit.ly/1Eid0WN

    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

  • Thu., May. 21, 2015 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM CDT Texans Radio Live at Houston Texans Grille Stop by the Houston Texans Grille located at CityCentre (I-10 & Beltway 8) as Texans Radio broadcasts LIVE from 6pm - 7pm with special guests including Voice of the Texans, Marc Vandermeer!
  • Fri., Jun. 05, 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



Texans Quotes: October 7

Posted Oct 7, 2013

Read quotes from Gary Kubiak's Monday press conference.

Head Coach Gary Kubiak
(on if he could address the question of whether QB Matt Schaub is still the starter) “Yeah, he is. Like everything I do, I’m sitting here today and obviously we got home very early in the morning, I’m in an evaluation stage right now, today and tomorrow. I’m trying to figure out what’s the best way for us to go be successful this weekend. Every player is a part of the evaluation, and our quarterback is too. But yes, he is our quarterback.”

(on if that means it is possible that there might be changes) “It doesn’t mean anything. It just means I’m evaluating our situation. We’re not playing well enough right now. I’m obviously very disappointed in turning the ball over and I’m trying to make a decision what I think gives us the best chance to win Sunday. That’s what I’m doing.”

(on QB Matt Schaub’s interceptions being toward the sidelines for the most part) “I don’t know that that’s factor. I’ve tried to lump up together and sort them out and see if there’s one specific thing. I think they’re all different, different type of reads, different things going on. Obviously, as a coach, you’re trying to figure out exactly how to eliminate all of them, which obviously has got to start very, very quick for us to be successful.”

(on if he blames himself for some of the interceptions since they seem to be occurring on similar routes) “When you’re a play-caller, an offensive coach or defensive, it doesn’t matter, you’re trying to put your players in the best position to be successful. So you call something and something goes wrong, you look at yourself. That’s just the way you’re built. I’ve been that way my whole career. This week is no different. Next week will be no different. You’d like to come out of the game and feel like every situation you’re in is good. That doesn’t happen very often, but that’s why players make plays and figure out a way to work through things. We’ve got to work through them better and I’m sure I can help them work through them better.”

(on having the opportunity to throw deep early in the game and why the team didn’t do that more often) “Well, they’re playing two-man. There was no eight in box. The coverage they were playing takes any vertical that you’re doing away. So you’ve got a plan, you go in the game with what you’re going to do two-to-four, five-to-seven. You’ve got a plan and how you’re going to go about it and how you’re going to call it. That’s a call we had worked on and talked about all week. Obviously, it didn’t work.”

(on how he goes about helping out QB Matt Schaub) “I don’t know that I can read you some specific way to go about it. You just go about it. I’ve been doing this a long time. I’ve had to be there for players through rough times in their careers, regardless if they’re quarterbacks. I’ve been with receivers having rough times, (running) backs. The biggest thing is you, as a coach, you see a person’s a commitment to what they’re doing. And I see this young man’s commitment every day and I have seen it for many years here in Houston. You watch the struggle and you just want to be a part of the solution. You want to be a part of helping him work his way through that. The only way I know how to do that is you play your way through that stuff. That’s what I’m trying to help him with and figure out, and push him through it so that our football team can push through it.”

(on if he’s worried about losing the locker room if he doesn’t make a change at quarterback and QB Matt Schaub continues to play the way he’s playing) “No, I don’t worry about that. I have a responsibility to everybody. Every player on the team has to do their job to maintain a position and continue to play. That’s the quarterback as well. Our players on our team, they come in here and watch the film. They know what’s going on. They know what players are doing. Our football team respects his work and how he goes about getting ready to play. Obviously, we’re all disappointed because we’re having to overcome way too much. But I do have a belief that it can be fixed and get corrected and get headed in the right direction. That’s part of our jobs. So I’m not cornered about that. That’s a responsibility of mine, players and everybody.”

(on if he’s worried about QB Matt Schaub’s confidence) “Yeah, you do. That’s only natural for some of those things to happen to you over a period of time. Yeah, you worry about that, but the reason he’s played a long time is because he’s very tough mentally, physically. If not, you’re going to go through things in your career as a quarterback, like I said last week, probably told you pretty good, probably told you not very good sometimes. And you have to work through those things. I see him working. I see him focused on what’s going on. Obviously, there’s big team disappointment and we have to set a course on Wednesday that can get us to find some success. Obviously, it’s been a rough three weeks. So we’ve got to get the corner turned.”

(on the adversity that this team has gone through and if this week is a potential defining moment in regards to how they respond) “Well, I think it’s a huge game. It would be big either way, but, yeah, it’s big because of what we’ve gone through these past three weeks. I see a group of guys that are very close, very committed to each other, very hurt. We had a long ride home last night. The only way you fix those things is you go back and play and do things better. I can’t wait for that opportunity to get here. That’s part of it. Yes, it is a very big game.”

(on if QB Matt Schaub’s mistakes look the same from the last couple of weeks) “No, I don’t think see them all the same. I think they’re different, certain situations. Some have been timing reads; some have been movement reads, some different things going on. Bottom line, the ball is ending up in the wrong hands too many times and he knows that. That’s his job. That’s something that he and I have to get corrected.”

(on if he feels like accountability is an issue at the quarterback position) “I can promise you there is accountability. If I think, on our football team, that something needs to be done, then I’ll do it. I’m also very committed to players and the job they do and the work they put in and the football team, so I take it all into account.”

(on QBs T.J. Yates and Case Keenum pushing Matt Schaub during camp and if they still are pushing him) “They get their normal reps. They both get some during the week. Once you get going in the NFL, the starting quarterback takes the majority of things. That’s just the way things are. Those guys run the scout team. Nothing has changed from that standpoint. I’ve got confidence in both of them and T.J. got a few snaps under his belt last night.”

(on if he factors fan reaction and reception within the city into his decision of who to start at quarterback) “No, I don’t think about stuff like that. I’m studying film, studying what we’re doing, what I think gives us the best chance this Sunday. I don’t get concerned with reactions and those types of things. That’s part of this business, the highs and lows. Just stay even keel and keeping going, but I’m worried about the team.”

(on how he can tell if QB Matt Schaub has lost confidence) “I think any player is going to stand up and say, ‘I’m fine.’ That’s part of your competitive nature. I just watch him work, watch him go about his business, watch him prepare to play. I thought his preparation was excellent last week. I wouldn’t expect it to be any different. I don’t know. Every guy is different.”

(on if he factors his quarterback’s confidence level into how he approaches a gameplan) “I don’t think that’s what you do. I think if anything, players that have been doing this for a long time, they need responsibility. That’s what makes them tick. That’s what makes them work through things. We’re not going to all of a sudden quit doing certain things or cutback on certain situations. If Matt is our starting quarterback and he’s going, I trust him with everything we do if that’s what you’re asking me. There is no limit there.”

(on if his discussion with QB Matt Schaub after the game was regarding football X’s and O’s or his confidence) “Just briefly after the game, obviously we got home at six in the morning. Players are doing their deal today. Coaches are trying to get going on St. Louis. We talk all the time. Every day conversations and what’s going on. He knows we’re doing everything we can as coaches to try and help him out.”

(on how baffling is it that a 10-year veteran quarterback is telegraphing passes) “Any time you have the turnovers that we have, whether they are fumbles or interceptions, it’s baffling as a coach. We’ve had a couple of both these past few weeks. We’ve had two fumbles the past few weeks as well. The bottom line is we can’t survive what’s going on from that standpoint and Matt (Schaub) understands that as well as anybody, but the team understands that we’re putting ourselves in too big of a hole. Like I said, I’ve got to continue to evaluate it and do what I think is best.”

(on any injury updates) “Owen Daniels has a fibula that we’re getting checked out this afternoon. I don’t have any information on him right now. Keshawn Martin has got a knee sprain, but we think he’s going to be OK. Other than that, Ben (Tate) has an elbow contusion, but he came out OK too.”

(on if he’s worried about Owen Daniels having a cracked fibula) “No, I don’t’ know. I just know they’re doing a MRI on it today. He got hit on that last ball, one of the last balls he caught and so it was real sore today. They’re checking him out.”

(on Ed Reed getting up slowly after one play during the game and if he had any injuries) “Ed is OK. He just banged his knee, has a sore knee, but he’s OK.”

(on if it was Ed Reed’s responsibility to cover Vernon Davis on the long touchdown reception) “The corner route? We actually had a bust in coverage. Two guys combo on something, we should’ve been locking it, so we had a bust inside.”

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