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TexansBull
09-10-2006, 12:05 AM
http://blogs.chron.com/fanblogtexans/2006/09/texans_fans_anthony_weaver_and_1.html

I thought I might post this and see who all is going to the game and what they plan on doing. I just posted the link because it goes along with a question.

When you are at the game tomorrow, and lets say things are going not as expected, do you plan to boo on a bad play or showing by the Texans?

If so, when are you going to? What do you think it solves? Do you think you are helping things?

non natural texan
09-10-2006, 12:07 AM
I hope the boo birds don't come out after one bad offensive series. Unless we are getting blown out, hold back on the Carr bashing.

sprtsfanatic
09-10-2006, 12:21 AM
I agree....I would be surprised if the boo birds came out in our first game...especially against a defense like the eagles have...ofcourse there are quite a few people that will be in the stands that are tired of the Carr project and I have a feeling that if things go as previous years...the birds will come out in flocks...which really is unfortunate.

infantrycak
09-10-2006, 12:45 AM
I agree....I would be surprised if the boo birds came out in our first game...

First time Carr throws an incomplete pass you will hear them. By the end of the game he may have deserved bad reviews but he will get them from the get go unless everything goes the Texans' way.

TexanSam
09-10-2006, 12:46 AM
If the Texans can't get anything going whatsoever or can't stop the Eagles, I'll boo. But nothing less than that. Except of course when the Eagles are introduced.

TexansBull
09-10-2006, 01:13 AM
If the Texans can't get anything going whatsoever or can't stop the Eagles, I'll boo. But nothing less than that. Except of course when the Eagles are introduced.

See, I have never understood the whole booing thing. I dont think its a bad thing. We needed it with Capers and Casserly. But right now it being so early in the season I dont see it solving anything.

Jerome_Brown_99
09-10-2006, 02:07 AM
There will be a lot of booing towards the Texans. Trust me.

You have a new head coach, a defense with a bunch of rookies in the front 7, an OL returning zero starters at the same position from last year, and you are without your best offensive player.

Not only that, but you are facing a team that is a proven winner, and one of the best road teams in the NFL over the last 7 years.

The Texans are likely going to be overwhelmed in this game, and that isn't me being a cool-aid drinking homer, it's just the logical conclusion based on the two teams and circumstance.

If people will boo Carr early for incompletes, he's in for a long night, because frankly I don't think the Texans can throw on the Eagles. If they want a chance to win, they better bring it at our OLBs, and do so often.

Stampede
09-10-2006, 06:07 AM
There will be a lot of booing towards the Texans. Trust me.

You have a new head coach, a defense with a bunch of rookies in the front 7, an OL returning zero starters at the same position from last year, and you are without your best offensive player.

Not only that, but you are facing a team that is a proven winner, and one of the best road teams in the NFL over the last 7 years.

The Texans are likely going to be overwhelmed in this game, and that isn't me being a cool-aid drinking homer, it's just the logical conclusion based on the two teams and circumstance.

If people will boo Carr early for incompletes, he's in for a long night, because frankly I don't think the Texans can throw on the Eagles. If they want a chance to win, they better bring it at our OLBs, and do so often.


Wow, I never really looked at it like that before. Maybe we should just forfeit the game before hand and hope that all of the other teams in the AFC South lose. :rolleyes: :challenge

the wonger need food
09-10-2006, 07:59 AM
Not only that, but you are facing a team that is a proven winner...

FYI... the Eagles are a proven loser in big games.

Hulk75
09-10-2006, 08:22 AM
There will be a lot of booing towards the Texans. Trust me.

You have a new head coach, a defense with a bunch of rookies in the front 7, an OL returning zero starters at the same position from last year, and you are without your best offensive player.

Not only that, but you are facing a team that is a proven winner, and one of the best road teams in the NFL over the last 7 years.

The Texans are likely going to be overwhelmed in this game, and that isn't me being a cool-aid drinking homer, it's just the logical conclusion based on the two teams and circumstance.

If people will boo Carr early for incompletes, he's in for a long night, because frankly I don't think the Texans can throw on the Eagles. If they want a chance to win, they better bring it at our OLBs, and do so often.

You keep talking and we will put 49 on you like Denver did last year. Same guy that was coaching that O is here.

srstex
09-10-2006, 08:26 AM
Eagles are less than 50-50 on opening day.
The Texans can pass, and pass early, that will push the Safties back and the running game will be outstanding.
The Eagles defense, although highly rated, can be beaten, and with AJ & Moulds, don't forget Moulds, the CB's will be on the go all day long, the LB's will have to cover Putzier & Daniels, and the coaches all know HOW to use the TE.

Less we forget, the Eagles have a lot to prove today as well, so the Texans are my favorite to win, 24 - 17.