A simple offense for a limited quarterback... good thing the Broncos have a really good team around the quarterbacking legend. LOW BLOWS: Broncos "amped up" over Gronk's "low blows." The Broncos defense actually appreciated Gronkowski's tweet. PEYTON WEEDEN: Broncos are treating Peyton Manning like he's Brandon Weeden. Show More Summary
Brandon Weeden began this season as a Cowboy and is going to end it among the thicket of, oh, let’s say, imperfect QBs leading the Texans into the playoffs (unless the Colts somehow beat the 3,300:1 odds stacked against them). I’m sure...Show More Summary
It was just two months ago that Brandon Weeden was filling in for an injured Tony Romo and trying to lead the Dallas Cowboys to the playoffs. Now, Weeden relishes the fact that owner Jerry Jones and the Cowboys will be watching postseason football from home. Show More Summary
Brandon Weeden has found the best revenge. The quarterback, who is now with Houston, led the Texans to a win against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday that helped them strengthen their lead in the AFC South and potentially win a spot in...Show More Summary
Brandon Weeden takes shot at Jerry Jones and Jones likes it
Texans quarterback Brandon Weeden started the year as a member of the Cowboys and he reflected on that time during a radio interview by saying it would “be sweet” to do the expected and advance to the playoffs while the Cowboys and owner Jerry Jones are sitting on the couch. Jones has made some disparaging…
Jones cut Weeden earlier this season and said Matt Cassell was a better quarterback.
Cowboys owner and General Manager Jerry Jones cut Brandon Weeden this season and had some negative things to say when he did it, claiming that the Cowboys would have won more games if they’d had Matt Cassel as their backup. Weeden heard that, and now he’s getting the last laugh. Weeden, who went to Houston…
Brandon Weeden couldn’t have been happy when the Cowboys dumped him in mid-season, especially given that his replacements at quarterback hardly fared better. But Weeden landed on his feet with the Texans, and with his new team on the verge of the playoffs, Weeden couldn’t help but admit Monday how pleased he was that Dallas owner Jerry Jones […]
Former Dallas Cowboys QB, Brandon Weeden is flying high right now. He was scooped up by the injury riddled Houston Texans after being released by the Dallas Cowboys because he couldn’t get it done. Weeden is fresh off 2 games with the Texans, 1 in which he came in when QB T.J. Yates went down […]
The Brandon Weeden era has been a winning one for the Texans, but it may be coming to an end. Texans coach Bill O’Brien said Monday that quarterback Brian Hoyer is in the final stage of the league’s concussion protocol and that he’ll have the next update on his condition on Wednesday. If Hoyer gets…
The coach just signed a five-year, $30 million extension.
Brandon Weeden leads Texans closer to a division title
Brandon Weeden may not have been the right quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys. His timing is just about perfect for the Houston Texans.
The Texans offense didn’t have many sparks in the first half of Sunday’s game, but they have looked sharper in the early minutes of the third quarter and the game has turned into a total rout as a result. Brandon Weeden has thrown two touchdown passes sandwiched around a Zach Mettenberger interception and the Texans…
The Texans have chance to clinch the AFC South today, and they’ll do it with their fourth starting quarterback of the season. Brian Hoyer, who was listed as questionable because of his concussion, is officially inactive for today’s game against the Titans. That means Brandon Weeden will get the start for the Texans, who can…
Brian Hoyer will miss another week. We take a look at the fantasy implications. Houston Texans quarterback Brian Hoyer is officially inactive for Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans. Brandon Weeden will start in place of Hoyer, who is still dealing with a concussion sustained in Week 14 against the New England Patriots. Show More Summary
The Texans can clinch a postseason berth with a win over the Titans on Sunday, but they may have to relay on Brandon Weeden to get it. Despite opening the season with a 1-4 run, the Houston Texans (7-7) are in the driver's seat in the...Show More Summary
Brandon Weeden will be under center as the Houston Texans look to solidify their standing at the top of the AFC South on Sunday. Last week, Brandon Weeden led the Houston Texans to a 16-10 victory against the Indianapolis Colts, and the win placed the Texans atop the AFC South. Show More Summary
The chances that Brandon Weeden and Zach Mettenberger will be the starting quarterbacks for a game that could decide the AFC South title took a bit of a hit on Wednesday. Texans quarterback Brian Hoyer progressed enough in the concussion protocol that he was able to take part in practice on a limited basis Wednesday.…