On Sunday, October 6th at 12:00 PM CST, The Atlanta Falcons will match up against our Houston Texans in Houston at NRG Stadium. The game will be aired locally in Houston on TV on Fox 26 and on radio on Sports Radio 610 AM. After that last game, it's more then evident that Bill O'Brien and his coaching staff is the issue. He is getting in the way of this team with every stupid call, bad challenge and horrible clock management and time out instance. This team has way too much talent to put such a lack luster, boring and down right terrible product on the field. There is no excuse what so ever for the garbage we watched against the Panthers in our own stadium. Watson can't hit his receivers. He can't get the ball out before the o-line disintegrates and allows a flood of defenders in to molest him. The backs can't find open lanes to run through and have to rely on their size and strength to make their own holes. The o-line is even worse then last year with better talent. It's all on the coaches. Devlin is the worst coach in any position in the league and shouldn't be allowed to coach a pee wee league much less a pro teams offensive line. It gets progressively worse every year. Not better. Cal has got to step in and have the juevos to do something about this trash. It's time. Here are your 2 teams. Your Houston Texans Offense: WR DeAndre Hopkins LT Laremy Tunsil, Roderick Johnson LG Max Scharping C Nick Martin, Greg Mancz RG Zach Fulton RT Tytus Howard, Seantrel Henderson TE Darren Fells, Jordan Akins, Logan Paulsen WR Keke Coutee, DeAndre Carter WR Will Fuller V, Kenny Stills QB Deshaun Watson, AJ McCarron, Alex McGough RB Duke Johnson, Carlos Hyde, Taiwan Jones, Buddy Howell, Cullen Gillaspia Defense: DE J.J. Watt Carlos Watkins NT D.J. Reader, Brandon Dunn DE Angelo Blackson, Charles Omenihu OLB Whitney Mercilus, Barkevious Mingo ILB Benardrick McKinney, Peter Kalambayi, Tyrell Adams ILB Zach Cunningham, Dylan Cole OLB Brennan Scarlett, Jacob Martin CB Johnathan Joseph, Lonnie Johnson Jr., Phillip Gaines CB Bradley Roby, Keion Crossen, Xavier Crawford S Tashaun Gipson Sr., Jahleel Addae, Mike Adams S Justin Reid, A.J. Moore Jr. Special Teams: K Ka'imi Fairbairn P Bryan Anger LS Jon Weeks KR DeAndre Carter, Taiwan Jones PR DeAndre Carter, Keke Coutee H Bryan Anger The Atlanta Falcons Offense: WR Julio Jones, Calvin Ridley, Russell Gage LT Jake Matthews, John Wetzel LG James Carpenter C Alex Mack, Wes Schweitzer RG Jamon Brown RT Kaleb McGary, Ty Sambrailo, Matt Gono TE Austin Hooper, Luke Stocker, Jaeden Graham WR Mohamed Sanu, Justin Hardy, Olamide Zaccheaus QB Matt Ryan, Matt Schaub RB Devonta Freeman, Ito Smith, Kenjon Barner, Brian Hill, Qadree Ollison FB Keith Smith Defense: DE Takkarist McKinley, Adrian Clayborn DT Grady Jarrett, Jack Crawford DT Tyeler Davison, Deadrin Senat DE Allen Bailey, John Cominsky DE Vic Beasley Jr. LB De'Vondre Campbell, Foyesade Oluokun LB Deion Jones, Jermaine Grace CB Isaiah Oliver, Damontae Kazee, Kendall Sheffield CB Desmond Trufant, Blidi Wreh-Wilson, Jordan Miller S Kemal Ishmael, Johnathan Cyprien, Jamal Carter S Ricardo Allen, Sharrod Neasman Special Teams: K Matt Bryant KO Matt Bosher P Matt Bosher KR Kenjon Barner PR Kenjon Barner LS Josh Harris H Matt Bosher In order for the Texans to win, Watson needs to get back on the same page as his receivers and get the ball to them accurately instead of under or over throwing them. He also needs to start understanding when a play is over and throwing the ball away instead of holding on to it too long and getting beat up on. He also needs to start using the outlets more and getting the ball to underneath routes. The running game needs to be brought back and used. The Falcons defense is not the best against the run so it should be used to open up something for Watson in the passing game. This is a winnable game and the Texans should win this one. We shall see when it's game time. Texans ? Falcons ? Your guess is as good as mine. GO TEXANS!