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Videos: Houston QB CJ Stroud Praise Jesus Christ In His Post-Game Interview – What NBC News Did Is Beyond Shameful

Every time he steps to the podium for an interview, Texans quarterback C.J. Stroud starts with a message.

“First and foremost, I want to give all glory and praise to my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ,” he said after Sunday’s win over Tennessee, his first game back after sitting out two weeks with a concussion. “It’s been a blessing. It was a blessing this week to get back.”

Linebacker Will Anderson Jr. never takes credit for his outstanding play. Instead, in every interview he thanks God for putting him in position to make plays.

“First, I’ve got to give all glory to God,” Anderson said Sunday, which was also his first game back after missing two games with a sprained ankle. “This week has just been one of them weeks in the league. People talk about ‘welcome to the NFL moment,’ and you’ve always got your moments on the field, but I think off the field was one of the biggest challenges I faced this week as an NFL player … I’ve just got to give all glory to God.”

Head coach DeMeco Ryans, who has engineered the Texans’ remarkable turnaround, doesn’t take credit for the work he’s done, or talk about luck or fortune or personal genius.
“First and foremost, (I’m) just thankful for our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ who put us in this position,” Ryans said Sunday after the Texans guaranteed their first winning season in four years. “All the support that I’ve had, it’s not me, it’s what’s in me.

“I’m just thankful for being blessed to be in this position as a coach and happy to change the trajectory of this Texans organization.”

Hundreds of athletes, believers, do the same as the three faces of the Texans’ organization.
The MSM hears them, but rarely share their messages, their beliefs.

On Saturday, the Houston Texans beat the Cleveland Browns in the AFC Wild Card Playoffs.

After the game, an NBC reporter interviewed Texans quarterback CJ Stroud on the victory.

At 22, Stroud is the youngest starting quarterback to win an NFL playoff game and has never been shy about his love for God.

He begins most interviews with a statement of faith and gratitude.

Here is the original live clip just after the game:

When NBC subsequently shared the clip later on social media, however, Stroud’s praise of Jesus was edited out of his remarks.

Video below:


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