Well That Was Ugly

Texans-7, Jaguars-29. I don’t think anybody saw that coming. Are the Jaguars really that good? Are the Texans really that bad? This game gave us a lot of questions with no answers. It seems like Duane Brown’s hold out is going to have a major impact as the Texans O-Line gave up 10 sacks on Sunday, prompting Bill O’Brian to pull Tom Savage at the half and throw Deshaun Watson Straight into the fire. To make matters worse they have a short week and have to travel to Cincinnati to play the Bengals this Thursday. The Texans have had the Bengals number in the past so let’s hope that trend continues this Thursday.

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Football Is Back!

Play time is over, the game count as of now! This Sunday the Texans open up the season against Division Rivals The Jacksonville Jaguars. The atmosphere will be electric as thousands of Houstonians will fill NRG Stadium for some welcome relief from Hurricane Harvey clean up. It should be a fun game, for Texans fans at least, as the Jaguars are 5 point underdogs.

What Will the Texans Record be?

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Juan “Pollo” Flores
Kitchen Manager, Fuqua

On this episode of Staff Spotlight we get to know Juan Flores, better known to his co-workers as Pollo, who has over 16 years in the restaurant industry as a cook.

Why do they call you Pollo?
Pollo: There were a few guys named Juan also training with me. We all got nicknames to help tell us apart. I got Pollo.

How long have you worked at Bayou City Wings?
Pollo: Nine years and 9 months

What is your favorite thing about working at Bayou City Wings?
Pollo: I love what i do. I love being in the kitchen.

If you were stranded on an island what three things would you want to bring with you?
Pollo: The only thing I would want is my children with me. So we can enjoy the beach.

Fun Facts

  • Born in Puebla, Mexico
  • Loves Salsa music from Columbia
  • His favorite movie is ‘Captain America’

 

No Room For Error

As we come into the home stretch of the season the Astros find the cushion they built at the beginning of the season evaporating. They still have an 11 game lead for the AL west title, so it would still take a major collapse for the Astros to miss the playoffs. Still, it is a little disconcerting to see the team struggle with their starting pitching like this. And you always like to have some momentum going into the playoffs. Especially in Baseball it’s not about who has the best record on the season, but who’s hot going into the playoffs.

What do you thing is the Astros biggest concern to finish the regular season?

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Football Is Back!

Texans Training Camp is in full swing in Greenbrier, West Virginia, and already a lot is happening. Biggest news coming out of Texans Camp is the injury of Will Fuller.Fuller broke his Collar bone and looks to be out for 2 to 3 months. This is a huge blow to the Texans and Fuller as the young receiver is still raw and needs the extra reps to improve and we really don’t know who will step up and fill the #2 receiver spot behind Hopkins.

 

Houston Texans Training Camp: Watt Is Back, Fuller Breaks Collarbone

 

Now that we’re in the second half of the Baseball season, and the games are REALLY starting to count, it’s not the time for the Astros to start struggling, but here we are. With injuries to the pitching staff and bats that have just cooled off the Astros need to right the ship. They built up a good cushion during the first half of the season, and it would take a major collapse for the team to miss the post season, but it would sure be nice to close out the regular season with some momentum moving forward.

 

The Dog Days of Dominance: Astros Continue Summer Struggle

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The US vs. El Salvador game last Wednesday was an ugly game that left some players biting mad. Credit to Jozy Altidore for keeping his composure after being bitten by El Salvadore’s Henry Romero on a corner kick. Another US player, Omar Gonzalez also reported being bitten by an unknown player on the El Salvadoran team. Further Punishment may becoming down but as it stand the US won the game 2 – Nil and now moves on to play Jamaica at 8:30 on Wednesday, August 26th. With half off apps after 9PM Bayou City Wings is the perfect place to catch the game!

US struggle to keep focus amid El Salvador’s “shocking” biting antics

In other sports news the Rockets are looking for a new owner. Long time owner Leslie Alexander has decided to sell the team. The Rockets are in a good position right now, having 2 superstars and coming off of another solid season, so who knows how much the team is worth? Both Tilman Fertitta and Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale have expressed interest in buying the team.

Fertitta interested in buying Rockets

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