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gtexan02
05-07-2006, 12:32 AM
As someone who really lives, breathes, and dreams Texans, I'm very concerned for my well being. In the past month I have:
Predicted(incorrectly)/Watched our FA signings
Predicted(incorrectly)/Watched our draft day
Debated our draft choices
Predicted our starting day roster
Predicted our final season record

Whats left for us to do?? We can't predict anything else. The summer before the season starts is so long.....

Stampede
05-07-2006, 12:45 AM
Too bad they dont give away a #1 pick for Horse races..heehee

johndoe
05-07-2006, 12:50 AM
a. shoot urself(quick fix but sucks in the longrun)
b. get drunk of ur ass everyday(too expensive)
c. keep track of barry bonds trying to brake the babe's hr mark(im going to puke my guts out)
d.i cant think of any more

thunderkyss
05-07-2006, 01:29 AM
Oh heck, we've got all kinds of things to do...... a bunch of rookies need contracts.....

How much more do you think Reggie will get than Vince?? Than Mario??

do you think he'll sign with N.O.??

Then we've got June 1st cuts........ who's going, who's staying??

Then we've got to work out our line up..... Who's starting....

lots of stuff to do.

mexican_texan
05-07-2006, 01:50 AM
You know theres this other sport, supposedly its very good. Its called baseball. Don't be a :chicken: and watch the Astros.

Theres also this big thing going on this summer....The World Cup.

Dang, I want the preseason!!!!!!!!!!:crying:

Dime
05-07-2006, 02:05 AM
Less then 200 days till opening day... sigh

mexican_texan
05-07-2006, 02:43 AM
http://boards.giants.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=97357&st=360

The Giants fans found something to do...

wicked_wayz
05-07-2006, 03:44 AM
you could always watch rugby league, its a kikass sport, skool of hard nocks

mancunian
05-07-2006, 04:38 AM
you could always watch rugby league, its a kikass sport, skool of hard nocks

yep sure can - and you should watch the Warrington Wolves in our Brit superleague.
http://www.warringtonwolves.com/home.htm

I lived there when I was a kid.....they started the season slowly but have had 2 good wins against Leeds and Bradford recently. Now Leeds and Brdaford are the teams to beat in Super League

mancunian
05-07-2006, 04:39 AM
you could always watch rugby league, its a kikass sport, skool of hard nocks

yep sure can - and you should watch the Warrington Wolves in our Brit superleague.
http://www.warringtonwolves.com/home.htm

I lived there when I was a kid.....they started the season slowly but have had 2 good wins against Leeds and Bradford recently. Now Leeds and Brdaford are the teams to beat in Super League.

You could also follow two Brit American Football teams as our season is about to start.

www.birminghambulls.org (http://www.birminghambulls.org)

www.manchestertitans.co.uk (http://www.manchestertitans.co.uk)

I'm from Manchester and live in Birmingham so I keep an eye on both.

HJam72
05-07-2006, 08:25 AM
www.birminghambulls.org (http://www.birminghambulls.org)

www.manchestertitans.co.uk (http://www.manchestertitans.co.uk)



Gee, I wonder which one we should root for. :)

slamdunc
05-07-2006, 09:17 AM
yep sure can - and you should watch the Warrington Wolves in our Brit superleague.
http://www.warringtonwolves.com/home.htm

I lived there when I was a kid.....they started the season slowly but have had 2 good wins against Leeds and Bradford recently. Now Leeds and Brdaford are the teams to beat in Super League
Mancuinian,

We have an office in Gloucester UK. From what I hear, they traditionally have a strong rugby club. I may try and go over this summer and check this out.

mancunian
05-07-2006, 09:34 AM
Mancuinian,

We have an office in Gloucester UK. From what I hear, they traditionally have a strong rugby club. I may try and go over this summer and check this out.

There are actually two different Rugby Codes.

Gloucester play Rugby Union and do have a strong team, Warrington play Rugby League.

mancunian
05-07-2006, 09:35 AM
Gee, I wonder which one we should root for. :)

Ha Ha Ha, its tough for me though as my home town are the Titans but now live in the town with the Bulls. Do you check out the websites?

The Bulls site is far and away much better than the Titans one.

BigDTexansFan
05-07-2006, 10:08 AM
As someone who really lives, breathes, and dreams Texans, I'm very concerned for my well being. In the past month I have:
Predicted(incorrectly)/Watched our FA signings
Predicted(incorrectly)/Watched our draft day
Debated our draft choices
Predicted our starting day roster
Predicted our final season record

Whats left for us to do?? We can't predict anything else. The summer before the season starts is so long.....

NO NO you can still predict June 1st cuts , IF ANY:drool:

gtexan02
05-07-2006, 10:18 AM
I will update this every day: 91 days until preseason football starts!!!!!!!!

texplayer2
05-07-2006, 10:22 AM
Austin Wranglers might be in the Arena Football League Play-offs with a win today.:twocents:

Kaiser Toro
05-07-2006, 11:15 AM
Visiting a dairy farm or your local public library are great time fillers.

I will be watching the World Cup religiously and the NBA playoff which will take me to the fist week of July. I figure there are three weeks that really need to be filled and since I live in Austin that means hitting the lake and listening to music.

Scooter
05-07-2006, 01:40 PM
being a basketball fan has almost entirely left me, but it's still hard not to watch when 2 texas teams (spurs, mavs) are playing.

ArlingtonTexan
05-07-2006, 02:11 PM
Go figure...I will actually pay attention to my wife for the next couple of months. considering our anniversary (in 10 days) and her birthday (July) sort of bracket the slow football time of year, it works out pretty well for me.

CoachJim
05-07-2006, 02:15 PM
Go figure...I will actually pay attention to my wife for the next couple of months. considering our anniversary (in 10 days) and her birthday (July) sort of bracket the slow football time of year, it works out pretty well for me.

It's truly amazing that: A, you are a football fan & B, you actually remember both of those dates. Most men put the ball on the ground when it comes to these areas.

ArlingtonTexan
05-07-2006, 04:40 PM
It's truly amazing that: A, you are a football fan & B, you actually remember both of those dates. Most men put the ball on the ground when it comes to these areas.

Small price to pay when she allows me to watch 8-10 college and pro games a week and play a stupid amount of fantasy football with little or no complaint.