RTC: Case Keenum perfect for Houston

November, 7, 2013
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Gil Brandt of NFL.com takes a look at young quarterbacks around the NFL and says Case Keenum and the Houston Texans are perfect for each other. Brandt says the Texans offense is a great fit for Keenum and plays to his strengths. He also likes quarterbacks who can produce, and Keenum's production has been solid.

On page two of this notebook by Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star says the NFL informed the Indianapolis Colts that they made an incorrect call in the second quarter of Sunday night's game. The fumble recovery by the Colts on a Keshawn Martin kickoff return should have remained Colts ball after the review, the league said.

Here's a look from a political perspective on why voters rejected a $217 million proposal to renovate the Astrodome. Houston political experts say it was part of an anti-spending sentiment among voters, who also rejected a $99 million bond proposal that included $69.5 million to build a high school football stadium in Katy, a suburb of Houston.

T.J. Yates says Gary Kubiak and Rick Dennison's communication on the practice field is almost telepathic. The two of them have coached together a long time and their styles are similar. CSNHouston.com's Dave Zangaro examines how things will change with Dennison at the helm.

A look inside the Texans' transition to having Wade Phillips as their interim head coach, from Kristie Rieken of The Associated Press.

Former Astros manager Larry Dierker suffered a grand mal seizure while managing the Astros in 1999. Gary Kubiak's halftime collapse reminded him of replays of his own issue, though he was unconscious during his. He pens this column on how a medical episode can make a coach rethink things.

 

Tania Ganguli

ESPN Houston Texans reporter

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