Are the Houston Texans the New King of the Hill in the Lone Star State?

September 20, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In what was the greatest comeback game in the short 2010 season, the Houston Texans made another indelible mark on the NFL community, by shutting down a Washington Redskins' offense that seemingly had the game in the bag.
It isn’t just the comeback that is causing everyone to shift their attention towards Houston but rather the myriad of offensive players who are contributing as a well oiled machine.
Once known as a one-dimensional squad, the Texans have entered the 2010 season with just a many weapons as the Green Bay Packers, New Orleans Saints, and particularly, their cross-state rivals, the Dallas Cowboys.
But when you compare apples to apples, the Dallas Cowboys—the face of Texas—are being replaced by a young upstart band of gun-slinging good ol’ boys, and there’s no signs of a “slowdown.”
The Cowboys are equipped with a significant array of offensive weapons including Tony Romo, Dez Bryant, Miles Austin, Jason Witten, ...

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