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Battle Red Flash
09-16-2005, 04:40 PM
All right, let's review:
When the Texans have the ball, we are quiet until the ball is hiked.
When the Steelers have the ball, be as loud as possible, especially when they break the huddle.
When Texans players are introduced, we yell out their last names with the announcer.
When the Texans make a first down, the announcer says something like "and that's a Texan's......" and we yell FIRST DOWN!
(It's like Rocky Horror in there.)
Also, every year, the Texan's PA usually plays AC/DC's "TNT" before the game.
This is a great time for us all to join in with the OY!....OY!.....OY! thing, but it never catches on. We do it up in 638, but no one else.
Would this not be fun if 60,000 was doing it? Let's try it this week.
C'mon, it'll be fun........
DO IT !!!! :)
Thanks for your time.

HardKnockTexan
09-16-2005, 04:41 PM
what we really need is...

more cowbell!

Txnpride
09-16-2005, 04:44 PM
what we really need is...

more cowbell! NO, What we REEEEEALLY NEED IS SOMEONE TO PROTECT CARR :boxing: texanpride

CoolieMan
09-16-2005, 04:45 PM
When the Texans make a first down, the announcer says something like "and that's a Texan's......" and we yell FIRST DOWN!


as if that is going to happen.....

do you really HAVE to tell your fans how to cheer???

HardKnockTexan
09-16-2005, 04:45 PM
NO, What we REEEEEALLY NEED IS SOMEONE TO PROTECT CARR :boxing: texanpride

and more cowbell?

Bayern
09-16-2005, 04:56 PM
as if that is going to happen.....

do you really HAVE to tell your fans how to cheer???

Actually we do, its kinda sad. The fans at Reliant are really loud, but for the most part, the cheers are kind of unorganized. They do it right in the End Zones though. :ok:

Txn_in_FL
09-16-2005, 05:07 PM
All right, let's review:
When the Texans have the ball, we are quiet until the ball is hiked.


Cause Lord knows, this offense needs all the concentration it can get.

:texflag:

Marcus
09-16-2005, 06:18 PM
And last, but not least . . .

If the offense plays at all like they did in Buffalo . . .

. . . GET UGLY!

Khari
09-16-2005, 06:27 PM
And last, but not least . . .

If the offense plays at all like they did in Buffalo . . .

. . . GET UGLY!

what's that going to accomplish?

Texan Gal 312
09-16-2005, 06:29 PM
[
Also, every year, the Texan's PA usually plays AC/DC's "TNT" before the game.
This is a great time for us all to join in with the OY!....OY!.....OY! thing, but it never catches on. We do it up in 638, but no one else.
........
DO IT !!!! :)
Thanks for your time.[/QUOTE]

I thought it was Thunderstruck they play before the game. You know "thunder, Thunder"

we in 634 will try to join in. It would help if they turn the PA up -PLEASE !

Porky
09-16-2005, 06:44 PM
what's that going to accomplish?

Football is a customer oriented business is it not? If the paying customers are upset, that is the way they can voice their displeasure. I mean, if you are not happy at the Walmart, don't you complain? Or do you just say "Where is the complaint Department", and they tell you to go to Helen Wait.
:texflag:

slyfox68
09-16-2005, 07:22 PM
I love the spirit of your post Battle Red Flash! Also, don't forget to wave your Texans Power Towel! Battle on, Texans! :fans:

CowboysTexansFan
09-16-2005, 07:37 PM
I second Marcus's post. If the team plays as bad as it did vs. Buffalo, I'm going to boo the sh*t out of them. If enough of us do it, perhaps that will get Mr. McNair's attention that we're not going to accept a lousy product.

Hope it doesn't come to that though. I'd much rather cheer the team, because we'll all happy when it does well. I was in a bad mood all week.

I'd MUCH rather do this :fans:

Than this: :hairpull:

YellerLotYeller
09-16-2005, 08:23 PM
You know I'll be bringing some COWBELL!!!

awtysst
09-16-2005, 08:25 PM
NO, What we REEEEEALLY NEED IS SOMEONE TO PROTECT CARR :boxing: texanpride

I am still available! Want me to fly into Htown to protect Carr's blindspot?!

Marcus
09-17-2005, 12:17 AM
Why?............

To let them know that we . . . . care. ;)

Khari
09-17-2005, 01:06 AM
Football is a customer oriented business is it not? If the paying customers are upset, that is the way they can voice their displeasure. I mean, if you are not happy at the Walmart, don't you complain? Or do you just say "Where is the complaint Department", and they tell you to go to Helen Wait.
:texflag:

I'm not a big complainer (hush Vinny). If I'm not happy at Walmart, then next time I need groceries I go to HEB. The team knows they aren't playing well. I was depressed about the Bills game most of the week, but I can't bring myself to boo them.

Mongoose
09-17-2005, 01:15 AM
I love the spirit of your post Battle Red Flash! Also, don't forget to wave your Texans Power Towel! Battle on, Texans! :fans:

No offense or anything, but the Texans Power Towel? Isn't that kind of derivative? I thought there was another fan base in the league that started up with the towel thing a long time ago, but I can't quite place it...

Mongoose

big sarge
09-17-2005, 09:51 AM
Yes we do need to be quiet and if you listen hard enough you can hear the opposing defense laughing their asses off because they know it's another run play.

utahmark
09-17-2005, 02:42 PM
[QUOTE=Battle Red Flash]All right, let's review:
When the Texans have the ball, we are quiet until the ball is hiked.
QUOTE]


you may not have to worry about there being to much noise.

Txnpride
09-18-2005, 01:18 AM
I am still available! Want me to fly into Htown to protect Carr's blindspot?!
Looks like the position is open.....show them what you got!!!!!! :texans: