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run-david-run
09-25-2005, 11:44 PM
Anyone remeber last year at this stage? We lost the first two games, sound familiar? Then we had to go on the road against a team that was a heavily favored offensive machine (KC) and we ended up playing one of the best games in our history and pulled out a great win. All we need is one big play (Coleman int for TD), something to put the momentum in our favour. Remeber, we have not had the lead this season, both games we have allowed a FG on the first drive of the game, should we get a big play early and acctually obtain some sembelance of momentum, you never know what can happen.

:texflag:

Kaiser Toro
09-25-2005, 11:47 PM
Anyone remeber last year at this stage? We lost the first two games, sound familiar? Then we had to go on the road against a team that was a heavily favored offensive machine (KC) and we ended up playing one of the best games in our history and pulled out a great win. All we need is one big play (Coleman int for TD), something to put the momentum in our favour. Remeber, we have not had the lead this season, both games we have allowed a FG on the first drive of the game, should we get a big play early and acctually obtain some sembelance of momentum, you never know what can happen.

:texflag:

That is why they have to play the game and that is why I will root my team on with no prejudice.

CajunTexan
09-25-2005, 11:50 PM
Dude, you are so correct! Football, as is life, is so mental. What you think you are, you become. The team needs one positive thing to happen to help regain some confidense and we are on our way!! :yahoo:

Sounds good doesn't it? :confused:

bengalsnation
09-26-2005, 07:18 AM
Don't forget your comming to the revitalized Jungle it will be loud and hostle. Plus the chiefs (albiet a high scoring team) were pretty one dimensional stop preist and gonzo and they didnt have the reciever's worth metioning. The bengals on the other hand Have a young stud qb C. Palmer, a top 3 Reciever Chad, a good posession reciever Tj, a very talented C. Henry, and a two RB beast (if any of you are old enough to remember very similar to Ickey Woods and James Brooks) playing the beast Rudi J. and playing beauty C. perry.

Here is too an injury free good game sunday
WHO-DEY

metalmike
09-26-2005, 01:23 PM
Yes we may get something going. But as long as Capers is our coach, they will be an 8-8 team at best. Being satisfied with making the playoffs is what losers say. I will always be a Texans fan, but be prepared for a few more years of trying to make the playoffs. Screw that I want a :trophy: , and I know Capers is not the man. He did a decent job at bring the Texans to this level of 500 football. Now we need a real coach to whip these pansey's into shape and take them deep into the postseason. Go Astros, Go Rockets, Go Texans, and screw all Dallas teams

twinkletwinkle
09-26-2005, 01:47 PM
Has anyone seen our division this year. Indianapolis and Jacksonville have stout defenses. Thats 4 games that we havent played yet that Carr is going to get creamed even if we manage to play well. I am optimistic that we will look good against Cincy. We wont win but we may score. 3-13 is where we are likely to find this team. Dont forget KC and Baltimore. :goodnight

Buy a WR and Draft a bunch of UT's O-Linemen.

Double Barrel
09-26-2005, 01:56 PM
Being satisfied with making the playoffs is what losers say.

I guess you're not an Astros fan, 'eh? :heh:

I think any Texan fan would be stoked to just make the playoffs, much less have a winning season.

This season, while not officially a 'bust', will take some major changes to turnaround. Optimistically, I'd guess 50/50. Realistically, I'd say it's a 30% chance to break even (8-8)...and of course, pessimistically speaking, we'd be lucky to win 4 this year.

Still...GO TEXANS!! :texflag:

titan hater
09-26-2005, 02:18 PM
Anyone remeber last year at this stage? We lost the first two games, sound familiar? Then we had to go on the road against a team that was a heavily favored offensive machine (KC) and we ended up playing one of the best games in our history and pulled out a great win. All we need is one big play (Coleman int for TD), something to put the momentum in our favour. Remeber, we have not had the lead this season, both games we have allowed a FG on the first drive of the game, should we get a big play early and acctually obtain some sembelance of momentum, you never know what can happen.

:texflag:
I hate to bring out the 1980s music but...to quote Blondie ... "Dreaming ... Dreaming ... Dreaming ...". Come to reality...It is over!! Capers, Carr, CC, all 3 need to go. Capers for wanting Fangio and Palmer. CC for not drafting anyone for the O line. And Carr for his inability to read a defense. It is time to take off those rose colored glasses. These guys are bad! Jimmy Johnson even said so on Fox. I wish like heck I could be proved wrong...Did you see either of the first 2 "games" (that should say executions). Have you not noticed that Buff is not a very good team? We made Loseman look like Joe Montana....I am a season ticket holder...I will be there for them...Of course most of my time will be booing this pathetic excuse for a HS football team....:goodnight

Huge
09-26-2005, 02:28 PM
Last year Buffalo started 0-4 (and looked terrible in doing so) but finished 9-7 (and looked pretty awesome in doing so).

Not saying this will or won't be the road the Texans take. Just pointing out that all the hair pulling over the first two games of the season looks pretty silly.