2020 Week 7: Packers at Texans
Houston isn’t good at running the ball, but their timing is even worse.
The Packers got some good looks at their rookie linebacker on Sunday, but didn’t use their second-round running back as much as many expected.
Immediately following the final whistle, Zach and Tex gathered to give their reactions to the Packers' 35-20 win over the Texans.
After an all-time bad Rodgers performance, the two-time MVP returned to the site of his six touchdown "Shhh" performance from 2012 and got the Packers back on track.
Aaron Rodgers completed 5 of 6 passes on the opening drive, finishing with a scoring pass to Davante Adams.
Green Bay is down four starters today in a tough spot against a desperate Houston Texans team.
Bakhtiari will miss his first start since 2017
After a dud last week, the coming game against the Texans should help the offense get back on track.
Houston has been better since BOB left, but how much of that is really BOB, and should the Packers be worried?
The Packers have seven players listed as either doubtful or questionable for Sunday’s game.
The Packers’ star running back picked up an injury on Thursday and his availability will come down to the wire on Sunday.
Eight years ago, Aaron Rodgers silenced the Packers’ critics with his performance in Houston. He’ll hope to do so again this Sunday.
Romeo Crennel has put together some good defensive units in Houston. How does this one stack up?
The Texans may be 1-5, but with Deshaun Watson and J.J. Watt, they still have more than enough field-tilters to push the Packers. We break down their game against the Titans to give you an idea of what to expect Sunday.
Previous Packers/Texans games have featured unremarkable quarterback play. Not this one.
The Texans’ offense is moving the ball, even if its defense can’t stop anybody.