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Brando
09-10-2007, 04:20 PM
This is an article on hpf.com (http://www.houstonprofootball.com/game/2007/week01.html) that a friend on mine wrote. Good read.

Congrats Mike!

by Mike Kerns
HoustonProFootball.com


All week, there's been a buzz around the city of Houston. A buzz of optimism. A feeling of the glass being half full. And for the first time in awhile, it was about the Houston Texans. I'll admit, I was a bit surprised, and skeptical, when I saw that Houston was favored to win their first game of the 2007 campaign. Lets be honest here: When is the last time our Texans weren't the dogs going into an season opener?

Even though I did predict the Texans to win the game, I still had that creeping feeling in my heart. That usual feeling of preparing to shake my head in disbelief and disappointment. If you're a fan of this team, you know the feeling well. I don't think of myself as a pessimist. Not in the least. I'm just a realist. So, you can imagine the relief of raising my eyebrows and nodding in approval as new quarterback Matt Schaub took a knee on the last play of an impressive 20-3 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs in the season opener.

Click on the link to read more.

Silver Oak
09-10-2007, 04:45 PM
This is an article on hpf.com (http://www.houstonprofootball.com/game/2007/week01.html) that a friend on mine wrote. Good read.

Congrats Mike!

by Mike Kerns
HoustonProFootball.com




Click on the link to read more.



that feeling was applicable to the old franchise and owner, and is probably still lingering in peoples minds like a New Years Eve hangover.

new franchise, new owner, new identity.

:fans: