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TheOgre
07-25-2006, 08:25 AM
We have now played every team in the NFL at least once. We are making our loop through the NFC for the second time. So who are the teams we have never beaten? Who are the teams that have never beaten us? This season we play five teams we have never beaten (Indy twice), and we play four teams we have never lost to. Chances are some of these teams will drop from this list. Who will they be?

We have never beaten...
Division
Indianapolis (0-8)*

Conference
NY Jets (0-2)*
New England (0-1)*
Cincinnati (0-3)
Baltimore (0-2)
San Diego (0-2)
Denver (0-1)

NFC
Philly (0-1)*
Washington (0-1)*
New Orleans (0-1)
Tampa Bay (0-1)
Detroit (0-1)
Green Bay (0-1)
Minnesota (0-1)
San Fran. (0-1)
St. Louis (0-1)
Seattle (0-1)

Have never beaten us...
Division
None
Conference
Oakland (1-0)*
Miami (1-0)*

NFC
NY Giants (1-0)*
Dallas (1-0)*
Atlanta (1-0)
Carolina (1-0)
Chicago (1-0)
Arizona (1-0)

*on the schedule this year (Indy X2)

HOOK'EM
07-25-2006, 09:39 AM
We have only played the Jets 1 time. After this year it will be 2, so that will make us 1-1 when we kick the living snot out of them!

fan no matter what
07-25-2006, 09:42 AM
we allways play indy hard and give them a good game i would be happy if we split with them.

z0rpAn
07-25-2006, 09:56 AM
we didnt lose to the jets... i remember the end of that game really well. we beat them 14-10 or 17-14. I remember their huge lateral play at the end of the game that got them 50 yards, but no TD.

chuckm
07-25-2006, 10:01 AM
We have only played the Jets 1 time. After this year it will be 2, so that will make us 1-1 when we kick the living snot out of them!


I think we have played them twice ...... 2003 & 2004 if memory serves ....

we didnt lose to the jets... i remember the end of that game really well. we beat them 14-10 or 17-14. I remember their huge lateral play at the end of the game that got them 50 yards, but no TD.


both were losses ..... Seems like we got annihilated at NY and lost a close one here ..... JJ Moses got caught from behind on a punt return late in the game ....

Texans Horror
07-25-2006, 10:03 AM
A lot of 0-1, but I guess that's to be expected from such a young team. Cinci's the only record on that list that I don't like because they were supposed to be "the only team we have a shot at this year." We kept the game tight last year, but I would really like a win against them. No wins against Indy is no problem to me. They are riding high and we are riding low. Eventually, this will cycle out. Hopefully, we get one win against them this year. I expect a couple of those NFC teams to go 1-1 this year. Would be real nice if one or two became 2-0.

Double Barrel
07-25-2006, 10:10 AM
This is our year to take at least one against Indy. I can feel it! The laws of averages has to kick in sometimes, 'eh?

And hopefully we're 2-0 against Dallas after this year! :texflag:

Runner
07-25-2006, 10:14 AM
This is our year to take at least one against Indy. I can feel it! The laws of averages has to kick in sometimes, 'eh?

And hopefully we're 2-0 against Dallas after this year! :texflag:

I may have posted this before, but I told one of the players that for Christmas I wanted our first win over Indy at home on December 24th.

He said, "What's wrong with September 17th?".

I like the attitude! What a change a year makes.

El Tejano
07-25-2006, 10:20 AM
We are 0-2 vs the Jets. They beat us at home when that dude did the chainsaw to our goal post and then Moses almost returned a game winning kick return and David Carr hit Billy Miller in the head with the ball.

Then of course when we went there and NBC wasn't having us beat their team on National TV, and told the refs to call back DD's 50 yard TD run.

southtexan
07-25-2006, 11:22 AM
We are 0-2 vs the Jets. They beat us at home when that dude did the chainsaw to our goal post and then Moses almost returned a game winning kick return and David Carr hit Billy Miller in the head with the ball.

Then of course when we went there and NBC wasn't having us beat their team on National TV, and told the refs to call back DD's 50 yard TD run.

That particular game sticks in my mind, It's was disrespectful the way we lost. After that game I couldn't stand their QB whatever his name is (the guy with a shoulder problem). I thought he was a little to cocky for my taste.

aj.
07-25-2006, 12:12 PM
The loss to the Jets at Reliant in '03 was painful. The Texans led 14-0 and then went into shutdown mode. It was one of the earliest signs of things to come.

We had a bunch of Jets fans at our tailgate and they were terrific - and they were real (flew down from Long Island and other foreign places - not some locals who relocated here back in the 70's). They were some of the best out of town fans I've met.