He's going to call the play, and you're going to run it, ... He's just plain to the point. He's not going to complicate things. There's no more adjustments to what the defense is doing. We're going to run what we're going to run.
"Andre Lamont Johnson" is an American football wide receiver for the Houston Texans of the National Football League (NFL). He was drafted by the Texans third overall in the 2003 NFL Draft. He played college football for the Miami Hurricanes football/University of Miami. Johnson is second all-time in NFL history in receiving yards per game (80.4), trailing only Calvin Johnson (83.0), and holds nearly every Texans receiving record.More Andre Johnson on Wikipedia.
We're a team that doesn't quit. We've got a bunch of guys who, no matter what our record is, we're going to go out and play and try to win. Any time you're on the field, you want go out and win, no matter what your record is.
I think any offensive player likes to touch the ball, ... That's what you're supposed to do.
He's a great player. He can line up anywhere on the field. He's capable of scoring from any spot.
We know we're not out there trying to throw games. If we were really trying to lose, how did we win this one?
Champ Bailey. Right now Champ's the only guy who can still go out and play the No. 1 receiver man to man. That makes him special. I haven't played against a lot of corners since this is my third year, but he's the best. Another one to watch is Jacksonville's Rashean Mathis . We've had some good battles.
If another team was in the same situation we're in, the fans would be doing the same thing. They come out and support us every week, but when you're down you have to do something to cheer yourself up.
We had an opportunity to coach him in the Pro Bowl and that's a special player,'' Cowher said.
I'm embarrassed. I don't know what to say. We didn't do anything. We got our butts kicked.