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AlbinoRat
10-22-2005, 09:08 PM
We have:
Indy
Cleveland
@ Jacksonville
Kansas City
St. Louis
@ Baltimore
@ Tennessee
Arizona
Jacksonville
@ San Fransico

I only see 3 possible wins here.
Cleveland, St. Louis, and San Fransico

Cleveland isn't real strong this year, but then again, we're the worst team in the NFL
St. Louis just lost Bulger, if he's out, we have a chance
San Fransico, the worst team of last year, made some good changes and will be tough to beat, especially at home.

What do you think?

Texans Horror
10-22-2005, 09:12 PM
Somebody once posted that the San Fran game will be the battle for Leinart, but I would like to add Arizona to the list of possible wins. I figure you always have a chance when you play the Cards. :homer: Balty isn't looking too good either. Unfortunately, every week this schedule is looking rougher and rougher. Look at it. We have Tennessee there. How could we be expected to win that? (sarcasm)

AlbinoRat
10-22-2005, 10:19 PM
Arizona worries me because of the Passing game.

Anquan Boldin and Larry Fitzgerald

I would hate to be a defensive coordinator against that pair.

Vinny
10-22-2005, 11:11 PM
Arizona plays good defense too. They are 7th overall vs the pass in the NFC giving up only 197.4 yards a game.

texan279
10-22-2005, 11:14 PM
We have:
Indy
Cleveland
@ Jacksonville
Kansas City
St. Louis
@ Baltimore
@ Tennessee
Arizona
Jacksonville
@ San Fransico

I only see 3 possible wins here.
Cleveland, St. Louis, and San Fransico

Cleveland isn't real strong this year, but then again, we're the worst team in the NFL
St. Louis just lost Bulger, if he's out, we have a chance
San Fransico, the worst team of last year, made some good changes and will be tough to beat, especially at home.

What do you think?

Just because Bulger's out really doesn't mean anything. Jamie Martin looked solid from what I saw of him on MNF.

AlbinoRat
10-22-2005, 11:18 PM
I didn't get to see him play Monday.

I think it's a serious possibility that we go 0-16, I hope it doesn't happen, but it doesn't look good.

Vinny
10-22-2005, 11:20 PM
Bulger will be back by the time we play them....Some of you guys think we can beat the Rams? That's funny. We have a hard time scoring more than once and they light up the scoreboard.

Khari
10-22-2005, 11:21 PM
We have:

I only see 3 possible wins here.
Cleveland, St. Louis, and San Fransico



i don't think we beat any of them :embarrass

GoJags16
10-22-2005, 11:22 PM
You will beat San Fran, Baltimore, Arizona, and Cleveland IMO. I personally think the best matchup of the season for you guys is the Balti game. Their offense is pathetic, so your defense can play relatively well and make it low scoring. Their run defense isnt too great this year, so unless the coaches have a brain fart DD should run on them.

Hopefully Jville doesnt pull an Dec. 26 against you guys either. I very seriously doubt the texans do worse then 3-13 this year.

texan279
10-22-2005, 11:22 PM
IMO any of those games are "possible wins". Anything is possible. Any given Sunday.

Bobo
10-23-2005, 02:04 AM
We have:
Indy
Cleveland
@ Jacksonville
Kansas City
St. Louis
@ Baltimore
@ Tennessee
Arizona
Jacksonville
@ San Fransico

I only see 3 possible wins here.
Cleveland, St. Louis, and San Fransico

Cleveland isn't real strong this year, but then again, we're the worst team in the NFL
St. Louis just lost Bulger, if he's out, we have a chance
San Fransico, the worst team of last year, made some good changes and will be tough to beat, especially at home.

What do you think?

If the team gets back to where it was last year, I could see wins over KC and Jax at home (the Texans beat both teams last year) as well as a victory over Baltimore (their offense is terrible). That would give them six wins -- just one less than they had last year. But to accomplish this, they would have to really get cracking.

Hervoyel
10-23-2005, 02:06 AM
i don't think we beat any of them :embarrass


Me either. The Texans will maybe (very maybe) win 1-2 games against teams that look past them late in the year. Nobody like Cleveland or San Francisco will do that. Those teams will beat the snot out of us.

We're a very real threat to be the NFL's first 0-16 team. That makes my heart all warm thinking about how this franchise is picking up right where our last one left off by bringing more "glory" and attention to the city of Houston.

Thank's Bob, thanks a lot. We really needed another record to go with our Buffalo Choke record and our "Most Sacks Ever" record. Any way you can talk Charlie Casserly into mooning a wedding reception sometime this year?

Hervoyel
10-23-2005, 02:08 AM
If the team gets back to where it was last year, I could see wins over KC and Jax at home (the Texans beat both teams last year) as well as a victory over Baltimore (their offense is terrible). That would give them six wins -- just one less than they had last year. But to accomplish this, they would have to really get cracking.


"cracking". Interesting choice of words there. I'd think anyone who thought this team had any chance to win 6 games this year must be "cracking".

Vendetta, R.
10-23-2005, 02:21 AM
You guys had 2 wins a piece against the titans and Jaguars set in stone the whole off season. Why stop thinking that way now?

that's 4 automatic wins right there. Oh, you mean last year doesn't mean a damn thing? my bad.

touttail
10-23-2005, 06:05 AM
I see possibly 3 wins this season.
Cleveland-Arz-SF
If we come out with the desire we had against Cincy, we might go 3 wins. If not, boy howdy, hate to see a goose egg on the front end 0-16, ouch!

bobby 119C :brickwall

iantodd
10-23-2005, 09:57 AM
Elaborate Hulk cause I think you are crazy. I men we technically have 11 games left as of right now so are you going with the every given suday. cause there are possibly 11 wins if you like.