Texans defensive tackle J.J. Watt was, before missing 13 games with a back injury last season, the best defensive player in the NFL. So will Watt be as good a player this year as he was before? No. According to Texans coach Bill O'Brien, he'll be better. “I can tell you right now the guy'
As if on cue with the regular season drawing near, we’re starting to hear about Le'Veon Bell‘s “love of football.” Granted, he doesn’t love it enough to show up to play in the preseason, but he loves it enough to cash those checks toward his $12.1 million franchise tender (around $712,000 a week
Tarik Cohen, RB Coming off a 39 yard rushing performance in his rookie debut against the Denver Broncos, Tarik Cohen stepped up big in Week 2. With starting running back Jordan Howard unable to play with an eye injury, Cohen was promoted and given a majority of the snaps with the first-stringers. With