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nflnutswife
08-15-2008, 09:28 AM
I have 2 lower level seats by me available. Friends only, sorry!
PM me today friday or they'll be gone.:fans:

KingwoodTexansFan
08-15-2008, 11:00 AM
We'll be there...but already have tickets.

We have blue lot parking... maybe we'll run into you. I'm trying to talk my buddy into driving his truck with the "19T10" license plates but he's worried it might not be recieved very well there!

Come on by and have a cold one with us!

:texflag:

nflnutswife
08-15-2008, 11:17 AM
Great! We'll be parking at the college. My new truck is the same color as 19t10. and my plates are personalized also, we've never had any trouble even with all the garb on the rear window,
Shatter football
"yellow lot in a pot" sticker
two other stickers
Our seats are sec 4 on the rail, that's the vistor tunnel section. Come find us!:texflag:

Tedc
08-15-2008, 11:41 AM
I'm trying to talk my buddy into driving his truck with the "19T10" license plates but he's worried it might not be recieved very well there!



:texflag:

I am not sure that Dullass fans are smart enough to figure that out. His truck should be safe.

SouthSideTexan
08-15-2008, 11:50 AM
The wife and I are heading up on Friday. I have blue parking and am sitting in section 3 and would love to find some Texan fans to tailgate with in hostile territory. :beerfunnel:

Dr2bKay
08-17-2008, 05:08 PM
I am heading down on Friday. I am hopping to find cash parking...I am sitting in section 18. I hope to run into some Texans fans. What time does the gates open?

aj.
08-17-2008, 05:45 PM
I can't believe anyone would still be making 19-10 a rally cry in 2008. If that's the best you can do six years after the fact, that's pretty sad testimony. Dallas fans cared about that game in 2002, whether they admit it or not, but they have long since purged the memory of Q and Curly Campo. I can assure you they don't give a rats ass any more. I suggest we do the same and try to come up with something more original, like making the playoffs once.

Tedc
08-17-2008, 08:29 PM
I can't believe anyone would still be making 19-10 a rally cry in 2008. If that's the best you can do six years after the fact, that's pretty sad testimony. Dallas fans cared about that game in 2002, whether they admit it or not, but they have long since purged the memory of Q and Curly Campo. I can assure you they don't give a rats ass any more. I suggest we do the same and try to come up with something more original, like making the playoffs once.

If it weren't our first game ever, I don't think it would be so big. It was against Dullass, which made it sweeter, but I don't see Texans fans going over the top as they (we) were back then.

It made for a great memory and it meant the world to us then. Hard to totally forget and harder still to hold back the pride in the team and the fans.

It doesn't bother me if a fans spits out that score.

WWJD
08-17-2008, 08:57 PM
If it weren't our first game ever, I don't think it would be so big. It was against Dullass, which made it sweeter, but I don't see Texans fans going over the top as they (we) were back then.

It made for a great memory and it meant the world to us then. Hard to totally forget and harder still to hold back the pride in the team and the fans.

It doesn't bother me if a fans spits out that score.

I have a weird recollection of that game...I was and am a huge Cowboys fan and I remember thinking how embarassed they should be...not that the Texans weren't NFL quality..I don't mean that...but that they should be embarassed that they just thought they could step on the field and win despite what I considered to not be a very good team. Sometimes you get your balloon popped and that was one of those nights for me.

And I remember that being my first time really thinking I would be a fan of the Texans...the enthusiam of the fans was infectious...I loved that Houston fans who had done NOTHING to lose their NFL team had embraced this new team with such joy...that was great to see. And I liked Coach Capers and Mr. McNair..I thought they had handled the new team and presenting the team to the city with alot of class so that was fun to see. It was good to see people having so much fun. And I knew that ultimately the Texans would be a better fit for Houston than the Oilers ever were.

That's just the way I felt. The 19-10 stuff gets old from a Cowboys fan perspective but I get it. I imagine the Bills fans still brag about their comeback over the Oilers.

Some games as a fan you don't forget.

nflnutswife
08-18-2008, 09:20 AM
I can't believe anyone would still be making 19-10 a rally cry in 2008. If that's the best you can do six years after the fact, that's pretty sad testimony. Dallas fans cared about that game in 2002, whether they admit it or not, but they have long since purged the memory of Q and Curly Campo. I can assure you they don't give a rats ass any more. I suggest we do the same and try to come up with something more original, like making the playoffs once.

Not sure where THAT came from, we make the trip because were fans and enjoy a road trip!:fans:
Win Win either way.

The Pencil Neck
08-18-2008, 11:28 AM
My wife and I will be there. I don't recall our seats offhand but we're going to be around the 50 yard line behind the Texans' bench.

Not sure where we're parking, yet. But we'd love to look you guys up and say "Howdy."

I'll be the guy in the #55 Texans Jersey that says Pencil Neck.

Joe Texan
08-18-2008, 01:44 PM
I was going to go but I thunk about it and said nope I am not going to sit in that sweat hole one more time. so unless something strange happens I will not be going.

KingwoodTexansFan
08-19-2008, 12:26 PM
Does anyone know what time the open the gates? Can't remember how many hours before kick-off.

We'll be sitting in Sect. 34 (lower corner on the Cowboys side) .

Ya'll come on by and visit us in the Blue Lot... just look for the Blue and Tan Expedition with the Gator Pit on the back!

:texflag:

texanfan2002114
08-19-2008, 03:16 PM
Not sure when the lots open up but we have a blue pass as well. I see that kingwood will be in the blue lot on friday but will anybody else?


I would love to get some kind of group tailgating going!!

The Pencil Neck
08-19-2008, 03:21 PM
Not sure when the lots open up but we have a blue pass as well. I see that kingwood will be in the blue lot on friday but will anybody else?


I would love to get some kind of group tailgating going!!

I will be in the blue lot. Not sure what time I'm going to be able to get there, though.

WWJD
08-19-2008, 03:57 PM
Does anyone know what time the open the gates? Can't remember how many hours before kick-off.

We'll be sitting in Sect. 34 (lower corner on the Cowboys side) .

Ya'll come on by and visit us in the Blue Lot... just look for the Blue and Tan Expedition with the Gator Pit on the back!

:texflag:

It was at one time 3 hours prior to kickoff.

Errant Hothy
08-19-2008, 04:11 PM
I will be in the blue lot. Not sure what time I'm going to be able to get there, though.

Ditto for blue lot as well.

texanfan2002114
08-19-2008, 06:40 PM
Ditto for blue lot as well.


So everybody going to the blue lot, are all of ya'll tailgating?

The Pencil Neck
08-19-2008, 08:28 PM
So everybody going to the blue lot, are all of ya'll tailgating?

My plan is just to walk around and look for Texans with food.

:splits:

rockabilly
08-19-2008, 09:48 PM
I am going. I will be 6th row around 40 yard line behind Cowgirls bench. SHould I wear my white Williams or Blue Jacoby hmmm.

texanmojo
08-19-2008, 10:36 PM
I can't believe anyone would still be making 19-10 a rally cry in 2008. If that's the best you can do six years after the fact, that's pretty sad testimony. Dallas fans cared about that game in 2002, whether they admit it or not, but they have long since purged the memory of Q and Curly Campo. I can assure you they don't give a rats ass any more. I suggest we do the same and try to come up with something more original, like making the playoffs once.

When Dallas fan quits spouting out how many SB rings they have and yet forget the fact that they haven't won a playoff game since our inception, we will consider retiring that statement.

Its a statment of pride...since we don't have much else to hang our hats on...YET.

aj.
08-20-2008, 06:31 AM
To each their own I guess.

19-10 was one of the greatest fan experiences of my life and I hold the memory near and dear. It's on my wall. It's on my mantle. It's in my memory bank. It's in many articles I've written. It's just not a rally cry any more for me when I go to Irving or talk to fans of their team.

While it's near and dear to my heart, it's lost it's luster as something to put on a sign and wave in front of Cowboys fan. It doesn't get their goat. They don't care, or at least they don't care any more. They used it double and triple against us when they stomped our ass 34-6 when it counted two years ago. Lots of 19-10 signs ended up under the nasty Texas Stadium seats by the middle of the 3rd quarter in that one. 34-6 easily trumps 19-10 in their minds - not to mention the other stuff like championships that sometimes goes with being a franchise for 48 years.

If I'm crowing about anything, it's about the strides our team has made since it's low point in 2005 and the fact that we can seriously talk playoffs for the first time without people doubling over laughing at us. I'm not crowing (any more) about a win over a really bad Cowboys team six seasons ago - great memories and all and even if it remains the signature victory of our franchise. That's the bittersweet part.

The fact that the Cowboys haven't won a playoff game for 13 years or whatever, stands on its own. "5 SB rings" blahhhhhh is about as original as 'Houston, you have a problem.' What have they done in the last decade plus? Answer: not much. They need to win a playoff game this year or there will be a meltdown of epic proportions and you will see Jerry grabbing the headsets off a dazed and confused Wade on the sidelines as PacMan and T.O go rebellion in the locker room. I have a dream ...

nunusguy
08-20-2008, 07:29 AM
When Dallas fan quits spouting out how many SB rings they have and yet forget the fact that they haven't won a playoff game since our inception, we will consider retiring that statement.

Its a statment of pride...since we don't have much else to hang our hats on...YET.

I dunno, but I just have a hunch that Cowboy fans don't use our beloved teams inception year as their point of reference ? Something just tells me that the history of their franchise in their minds is not revolving around 2002,
even if it is in yours.
In the meantime, I second what AJ said, lets just concentrate on getting in the playoffs, maybe even winning one of those post season games. 2002 is now also pretty much out of site in this Texan fans rear-view mirror.

Dr2bKay
08-22-2008, 09:47 AM
I should be in Dallas around 5 ish. I will walk around the Blue Lot to see if I see anyone...You guys know what I look like...so yell at me if I pass by...

ubecool454
08-22-2008, 02:14 PM
I am going. I will be 6th row around 40 yard line behind Cowgirls bench. SHould I wear my white Williams or Blue Jacoby hmmm.

Rock...just wear something that you never plan on wearing again. That stadium is a cesspool. The last time I went to Texans stadium I had to burn the clothes I was wearing.:smiliedance: