Tuesday, September 27, 2011

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In what looks to be one of the marquee match ups in in the NFL's week 4 card the Pittsburgh Steelers travel to Houston to take on the Texans as both team's look to gain the upper hand in the AFC and in their respective divisions sporting identical 2-1 records. The Steelers have won two straight albeit against the Seahawks and Colts with the latter being a nail biter until the very end on Sunday night in Indianapolis. The Texans suffered their first loss of the year as their see-saw battle with the New Orleans Saints came up just short and the now the AFC South leaders must rebound at home against the AFC powerhouse from Pittsburgh.

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Listen To: John McClain explains why the Texans cut Steve Slaton and moved up Chris Ogbonnaya off the practice squad.

Texans defensive lineman Shaun Cody and Connor Barwin joined Vandermeer and Lopez and they discussed the loss to the saints and previewed the upcoming game versus the Steelers as well as their thoughts on Wade Phillips.
    Every week, we’ll track Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson as he climbs the NFL all-time receptions and receiving yardage charts 
    in his ninth NFL season.
    Through three games in 2011, Johnson has 21 catches for 316 yards. He now ranks 36th in NFL history in receptions (694) and 40th in receiving yards (9,480). The five-time Pro Bowler needs 73 receptions and 1,370 receiving yards to break into the top 25 all-time in both categories.
    Stats and information in this post provided by the Texans’ communications department.
    Rk Player Years Rec.
    31 Andre Rison 1989-00 (12) 743
    32 Donald Driver* 1999-11 (13) 703
    33 Joey Galloway 1995-10 (16) 701
    34 Gary Clark 1985-95 (11) 699
    35 Andre Johnson* 2003-11 (9) 694
    36 Terance Mathis 1990-02 (13) 689
    37 Laveranues Coles 2000-09 (10) 674
    *indicates active players
    Notes: Johnson passed Mathis for 35th all-time in Week 3. With six more catches, he’ll pass Clark for 34th all-time and become the second-fastest player in NFL history to 700 career receptions. Johnson was the second-fastest player to 600 catches, reaching the milestone in 104th career game (Week 2 at Washington in 2010).

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