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Jagalishus
09-26-2004, 06:07 PM
I jumped over and watched the end of your game right after the Jags' win over the Titans (Lordy, that was sweet!). I showed up just in time to see you score the tying TD. It was great to see your defense stuff KC then watch you drive down for the game winner. Two comments: AJ is incredible - that catch showed unbelievable concentration. Also, you don't know how lucky you are to have such a good kicker. That kick looked like it would have been good from over 60 yards. You guys look like you are definitely turning the corner. Congrats on a great win. Do me a favor and whack the Colts and Titans when you get a chance.

TexanExile
09-26-2004, 07:38 PM
A Jacksonville fan in Wisconsin...THAT's brave. :)

Appreciate the kind words, and same to you for another remarkable win. 3 squeakers and they're leading the division! Normally I'd not be happy about a J-ville win, but anytime someone's playing the Titans they've got my support. JAX is a lot better than I thought they'd be this year--maybe not statistically, but as a team, they're putting wins together and it's exciting to watch those close games.

texasguy346
09-26-2004, 10:13 PM
Thanks. It really looks like Leftwhich is coming into his own as an NFL QB. From all accounts he was cool, calm, and collected as he led the team down the field for the win. Looks like we'll have a great rivalry for years to come. Good luck with the rest of the season, but just not against us :thumbup

phan1
09-26-2004, 10:19 PM
Thanks. I have to say that the Jags will be one of the teams that I will worry most about this season, even more so than the Colts and Titans. I really hope our O-line improves before we have to face your D-line. Any team that doesn't allow 100yrd rushing is a team to be afraid of. :)

texasguy346
09-26-2004, 10:20 PM
Thanks. I have to say that the Jags will be one of the teams that I will worry most about this season, even more so than the Colts and Titans. I really hope our O-line improves before we have to face your D-line. Any team that doesn't allow 100yrd rushing is a team to be afraid of. :)

Brown broke that 17 game streak of not allowing a 100 yd rusher today. He had like 101 or something yards.

Jagalishus
09-27-2004, 06:05 PM
Yeah, it is a little weird being a Jag fan here. I don't help matters by going into my staff meeting this morning and asking 'What's the matter, isn't everyone's team 3-0?"

I will get one more chance to be brave - I have tickets to the Jags vs. Packers game on December 19th in Lambeau. We're talking Frozen Tundra, baby!

I still want to catch a game in Houston - I wanna see your stadium so bad! I'm going to try to schedule a football trifecta weekend one of these days (high school on friday, A&M on Saturday and Jags/Texans on Sunday).

Better get that O-line ready - the Jags D is very, very serious.

Jagalishus
09-27-2004, 06:13 PM
I don't know if you've seen this guy play yet, but that guy is for real. It took him 23 carries to get there (4.4 yd avg), but he did it. Freddie T averaged 4.8 per carry, so we're not feeling left out, but CB did look really good - he had a serious burst through the hole. Be ready.

HJam72
09-27-2004, 06:19 PM
I don't know if you've seen this guy play yet, but that guy is for real. It took him 23 carries to get there (4.4 yd avg), but he did it. Freddie T averaged 4.8 per carry, so we're not feeling left out, but CB did look really good - he had a serious burst through the hole. Be ready.

Yes, some of us have noticed Chris Brown and we're not happy about it.