I'll only recap the Texans part here. He discusses the Astros and a little bit of UFC as well. - Says the most impressive thing about the game was the crowd. The crowd was very intense. Disses the Cowboys fans as well a little. - Offensive line was solid, especially the first unit. Good pass protection and run protection was much improved. Steve McKinney solidified himself as the starting center. - Believes Jacoby Jones has to be starting. Jones is the playmaker the Texans have been looking for opposite Andre Johnson. Walter is just another guy, Jones makes plays. He plays with great confidence at WR and keeps the safeties at bay. - Believes Ahman Green is as good as Domanick Davis was during his prime. He's good at keeping his feet moving which allows him to break tackles and gain the extra yard. - Believes Kubiak's playcalling was good. He feels the offense didn't kill themselves with bad plays. Matt Schaub has a good head on his shoulder. He anticipates where the hole is going to be in the offense, not afraid to work the middle of the field and to throw to secondary receivers other than Andre Johnson. - He liked the fact that the Texans went into some 4 WR sets and some empty backfield sets. He also liked that they used some shotgun. It's a change of pace. It wasn't wildly successful, but he liked the fact that they used those sets. A change of pace can catch the defense off guard. - Believed Amobi Okoye played much better at the point of attack. He went up against Leonard Davis who is a decent guard. He didn't get pushed around by him. - Travis Johnson played better than Anthony Maddox and believes he will end up starting over Maddox. He also liked the fact that they shifted Mario and try something new. He liked Shantee Orr going to the weak-side. - Could be an interesting battle between Earl Cochran, Shantee Orr and Jason Babin. Orr may be earning a place on roster just as a pass rush specialist. - Mario wasn't great, but he played much better. He played on the strong side in college and may feel more comfortable from that side.