Keidel: Is J.J. Watt Overpaid Or Underpaid?Texans' J.J. Watt is one of the NFL's best and best paid defensive players. But it's rare that defense-first teams win Super Bowls.
Goodell Vows To Help Raiders, Chargers Get New StadiumsNFL Commissioner Roger Goodell pledged Friday "to do everything possible" to help teams in Oakland and San Diego work to get new stadiums in their current markets.
Raiders Expected To Host Game In Mexico City Next SeasonThe NFL is planning to play a regular-season game in Mexico City this year, a person familiar with the decision tells The Associated Press.
Team Grades: Texans Fail Playoff Test Miserably, Especially On OffenseFour first-half turnovers by quarterback Brian Hoyer didn't entirely bury the Houston Texans in their playoff home game against the Kansas City Chiefs, but it certainly didn't help, either.
Team Grades: Chiefs Dominate Texans For First Playoff Win Since Montana EraThere was no way the Kansas City Chiefs were going to blow a 20-point second-half lead in the playoffs again, and they didn't disappoint.
Injury Report: Three Key Texans Questionable For Playoff Opener Against ChiefsThe first game of the NFL's postseason kicks off in Houston on Saturday afternoon, and the host Texans have some injury questions for their game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Injury Report: Hali And Houston The Biggest Question Marks For ChiefsBack in 2013, the Kansas City Chiefs had the defensive duo of the year. Linebackers Tamba Hali and Justin Houston combined for 22 sacks and terrorized opposing offenses for most of the regular season.
2015 Houston Texans Look Like 2012 Baltimore RavensThe NFL playoffs are about the stars, usually the quarterbacks. However, in some cases, teams don't have star QBs and they have to rely on other players to make the big moments happen.
Alex Smith Is The Key To Chiefs' 2015 Playoff HopesBelieve it or not, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith has one of the highest postseason QB ratings in NFL history.
Texans-Chiefs Face Off In First-Round AFC PlayoffPerhaps the only team hotter than the Houston Texans entering the NFL playoffs is the Kansas City Chiefs.
Red-Hot Chiefs Are Most Likely Opponent For Patriots In Divisional PlayoffA slumping New England team may end up facing a surging Kansas City team.
Chiefs Face Next-Hottest AFC Team In First Round Of PlayoffsThe Kansas City Chiefs have a 10-game winning streak, and their reward for finishing fifth in the AFC this season is a playoff trip to Houston.

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