Could this be it-the first competitive Thursday night game of the 2014 NFL season? The Colts visit Houston as just a three-point favorite, and both teams are 3-2, so at the risk of being the Mary Swanson to your Lloyd Christmas, I’m saying there’s a chance.
The Houston Texans are looking better in 2014 and the Indianapolis Colts have turned things around after a slow start to the year. Former NFL quarterback and CBS analyst Chris Simms took time to talk to me about the upcoming AFC South battle on Thursday Night Football, and he had some great things to say.
It’s been a running joke about AT&T Stadium. Cowboys fans don’t show up, but opposing fans do. The criticism got real on Sunday.
Dan Bailey made a 49-yard game-winning field goal in overtime, and the Cowboys beat the Houston Texans 20-17 despite blowing a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter.
A Texas rivalry that didn’t look as if it would amount to much when the season started features a pair of 3-1 teams, along with the league’s leading rusher in Dallas’ DeMarco Murray.
The Dallas Cowboys have used a newfound commitment to the running game to fuel an impressive start. Can they keep it up against Houston?
The Dallas Cowboys have all kinds of answers for how the NFL’s worst defense a year ago has improved despite losing its best player to injury, dumping the franchise sacks leader and letting the most productive lineman go to a division rival.
While the Texans have mirrored the Cowboys’ 3-1 record heading into Week 5, the much anticipated Governor’s Cup this weekend will serve as the most expensive remaining home game at AT&T Stadium this season.
Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray is far and away the NFL’s leading rusher. Now, he’s being recognized for his gaudy stats.
There are so many great moments in Houston Texans history. In advance of Sunday’s Cowboys-Texans game at AT&T Stadium, here’s a list of the franchise’s top 10 moments.
DeMarco Murray has opened the 2014 Dallas Cowboys season with four straight 100-yard games with a touchdown in each of them. That puts him in impressive company.
Jerry Jones admits to tearing up three times in his 25 years as owner of the Dallas Cowboys. He’ll relive one as the Texans come to Dallas this Sunday.