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TexansR#1
10-18-2005, 01:10 PM
By watching the Texans lose on national televison.. everybody got to see what kinda of a mess we have here in Houston. Did anybody see David Carr flinch when he ran into his o-lineman .. pretty sad ... even the announcers said that the Texans are going to ruin David Carr. Hopefully Mcnair starts to see that there is something wrong with this team and it has to be addressed in the offseason! We are in a battle for the #1 pick this year ... and i hope we get the OC from the Broncos! Hoepfully he can persuade a few offensive lineman to come over here to the Texans .. just a possibility! :texflag:

nflnutswife
10-18-2005, 01:29 PM
I don't like seeing the Texans LOSE! But it's a fact of the times. Does anyone have insight as to what gets said to the team after such a horrific game? I mean I'm just curious, what CAN be said, and WHO would say it? It can't be as liberal as what Capers usually say's in an "after the game" coaches public address!

Khari
10-18-2005, 02:03 PM
watching the texans lose is painful and depressing :bomb:

Texas
10-18-2005, 02:19 PM
I agree its painful and depressing but I stick with my team no matter what and hopefully some coach who loves challenges will decide to try and help and possibly lead us to a better year next season.

El Tejano
10-18-2005, 02:23 PM
I either laugh histericly or just go into a depressing trance.

Double Barrel
10-18-2005, 03:43 PM
I like watching the texans lose!!

Blasphemy!! Burn him at the stake! :survivor: :dangit:

There is nothing good about losing.

Silver linings are optimistic consequences, not intentional goals.

NativeJPR
10-18-2005, 04:02 PM
I love watching a good football game and from our opponents perspective we have been doing a bang up job, I'm sure none of them are complaining about our play or lack thereof. I HATE watching the Texans lose I would rather go to the MALL than watch the Texans lose, however they're not giving us much of a choice(cause I'm NOT going to the MALL). I think we need to make changes NOW, don't wait till the offseason, if it can be done now...do it NOW. I know everyone is under contract right now, but contracts can be broken. I'm all for Kubiak, but it wouldn't bother me to see Bob McNair on the sidelines getting in the middle of Capers *** when they do stupid stuff either. All I know is it's nice to have a team to ***** about. :texflag:

touttail
10-18-2005, 04:11 PM
I love watching a good football game ***** :

Man was that USC/Notre Dame game a blast to watch. Now that was a football game!

bobby 119C

hadaad
10-18-2005, 05:42 PM
What is this world coming to?

"I like watching the Texans lose"?
What kind of fan likes to watch his team lose? You sound like a Lions fan I know.
This is the most ridiculous thread I've ever read by someone who isn't a troll.
Here's hoping the Texans pull it out against the Colts.

Vinny
10-18-2005, 05:52 PM
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cuppacoffee
10-18-2005, 06:03 PM
Man was that USC/Notre Dame game a blast to watch. Now that was a football game!

bobby 119C

Great game. Been better if my Irish had pulled it out though. :crying:

Bassinguy
10-18-2005, 11:47 PM
I don't like seeing the Texans LOSE! But it's a fact of the times. Does anyone have insight as to what gets said to the team after such a horrific game? I mean I'm just curious, what CAN be said, and WHO would say it? It can't be as liberal as what Capers usually say's in an "after the game" coaches public address!
It might be he says the same type things in the locker room.He never get too excited or disturbed over anything. Some call that mellow, we call it uninspiring.