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forcefollow
09-07-2008, 06:52 PM
After watching today's so-called "game" and reflecting on the offseason personnel moves namely Jaque Reeves and Chris Brown I am left with only one question.

By week 14 do I brown bag my head at the game or do I opt for plastic? I am not sure if plastic is practical.

Norg
09-07-2008, 06:55 PM
i like the classic brown paper bag masks

But if anyone is wearing it next week i will slap them !!!!!

gwallaia
09-07-2008, 06:55 PM
After watching today's so-called "game" and reflecting on the offseason personnel moves namely Jaque Reeves and Chris Brown I am left with only one question.

By week 14 do I brown bag my head at the game or do I opt for plastic? I am not sure if plastic is practical.

Just stay at home.

DBCooper
09-07-2008, 06:55 PM
After watching today's so-called "game" and reflecting on the offseason personnel moves namely Jaque Reeves and Chris Brown I am left with only one question.

By week 14 do I brown bag my head at the game or do I opt for plastic? I am not sure if plastic is practical.

If you're gonna bag your head, definitely plastic.

beerlover
09-07-2008, 06:57 PM
If you're gonna bag your head, definitely plastic.

:heh:

J-Russ
09-07-2008, 06:57 PM
Didn't I make a similar thread last year, after the abysmal Titans game? Ahh yes, I did. It was titled "Time to dust off the brown bags" which IMO, is a wayyy better title then this one.

Jking. But seriously, I don't think we're in the paper bags era anymore, so this thread like shouldn't even be thought of. But of course you're a troll, so it doesn't surprise me you would make this thread.

dtran04
09-07-2008, 06:58 PM
Sell your tickets to someone who wants to be there....

If not, plastic.

Texan JBZ
09-07-2008, 06:59 PM
Put on the plastic. Make sure it's loose so I can sit behind you and tighten it for ya pal.

Hervoyel
09-07-2008, 07:02 PM
Neither. Get one of those green recycle bags that they have at HEB. Then stay home and wear it in your living room. Seriously though, if things around here ever do get so bad that this becomes a viable act then we should at least come up with our own symbol of futility. Don't copy the Saints, ever.

ATX
09-07-2008, 07:06 PM
It's one game. :bat:

SteelPhantom
09-07-2008, 07:07 PM
don't beat yourselves up guys. with the season ending injury to Tom Brady the Steelers have, in my opinion, cemented themselves as #1 in the NFL.

they should be everyone's pick for super bowls champs!!!

a high powered offense and a D that can absolutely MAUL opposing teams?



yeah, i'll take that!

DBCooper
09-07-2008, 07:08 PM
don't beat yourselves up guys. with the season ending injury to Tom Brady the Steelers have, in my opinion, cemented themselves as #1 in the NFL.

they should be everyone's pick for super bowls champs!!!

a high powered offense and a D that can absolutely MAUL opposing teams?



yeah, i'll take that!

Unfortunately, you should not be counting any rings yet........

wicked_wayz
09-07-2008, 07:12 PM
After watching today's so-called "game" and reflecting on the offseason personnel moves namely Jaque Reeves and Chris Brown I am left with only one question.

By week 14 do I brown bag my head at the game or do I opt for plastic? I am not sure if plastic is practical.

neither just send me your tickets to me and pay for my flight there to texas

Hervoyel
09-07-2008, 07:12 PM
Unfortunately, you should not be counting any rings yet........

They rang our bell easily as hard as Indy ever has. I'm calling them the team to beat if they can go do something similar to this to a "known better" team than the Texans. This was a scary replay of the first game of 2005 and they went on that year to win the Super Bowl. They look like they have what it takes to do it again.

Peyton can't kick anybody's butt if he can't get on the field and while these guys are running the ball right down their throats he's going to be sitting on the sideline helplessly watching.

forcefollow
09-07-2008, 07:14 PM
Neither. Get one of those green recycle bags that they have at HEB. Then stay home and wear it in your living room. Seriously though, if things around here ever do get so bad that this becomes a viable act then we should at least come up with our own symbol of futility. Don't copy the Saints, ever.
Okay I stand corrected its a Saints thing. (did you see them today?) So other than draft day what would be the Texans symbol for futility? Oh I have it. The fans could put a flat tire around their waste.

markn
09-07-2008, 07:15 PM
They rang our bell easily as hard as Indy ever has.

Yep.

Can't remember us being so comprehensively beaten in every phase of the game before. They were even superior on ST which is usually a Texans strength even on the most dismal of days.

Lucky
09-07-2008, 07:26 PM
don't beat yourselves up guys. with the season ending injury to Tom Brady the Steelers have, in my opinion, cemented themselves as #1 in the NFL.

TThis was a scary replay of the first game of 2005 and they went on that year to win the Super Bowl. They look like they have what it takes to do it again.

I agree, the Steelers look very complete. Another Steelers/Cowboys Super Bowl matchup, as things look now. Still, it's week 1 and a lot of weird things can and will happen over the next 5 months.

FirstTexansFan
09-07-2008, 07:38 PM
Okay I stand corrected its a Saints thing. (did you see them today?) So other than draft day what would be the Texans symbol for futility? Oh I have it. The fans could put a flat tire around their waste.

Done :)

http://www.texansxtreme.com/downloads/tire.jpg

Seņor Stan
09-07-2008, 07:40 PM
If you're gonna bag your head, definitely plastic.


Plastic is the way to go. Also, don't poke holes in the bag.

Ignore the warning that says the bag is not a toy.

cuppacoffee
09-07-2008, 07:45 PM
Plastic is the way to go. Also, don't poke holes in the bag.

Ignore the warning that says the bag is not a toy.

And be sure it has cinch straps.

Hervoyel
09-07-2008, 08:05 PM
And be sure it has cinch straps.

Those things are flimsy, why take a chance on losing your plastic bag. Lock it down with some nylon zip-ties.

ObsiWan
09-07-2008, 08:09 PM
don't beat yourselves up guys. with the season ending injury to Tom Brady the Steelers have, in my opinion, cemented themselves as #1 in the NFL.

they should be everyone's pick for super bowls champs!!!

a high powered offense and a D that can absolutely MAUL opposing teams?



yeah, i'll take that!

Reality check:
You only played us. Obviously we aren't ready for prime time.

Specnatz
09-07-2008, 08:18 PM
don't beat yourselves up guys. with the season ending injury to Tom Brady the Steelers have, in my opinion, cemented themselves as #1 in the NFL.

they should be everyone's pick for super bowls champs!!!

a high powered offense and a D that can absolutely MAUL opposing teams?



yeah, i'll take that!

And when you run into a real D versus a two man show and a coordinator who thinks back peddling is a defensive move, Ben will need intesive care.

TEXANRED
09-07-2008, 09:00 PM
After watching today's so-called "game" and reflecting on the offseason personnel moves namely Jaque Reeves and Chris Brown I am left with only one question.

By week 14 do I brown bag my head at the game or do I opt for plastic? I am not sure if plastic is practical.

Well if you decide to go with a bag make sure you go plastic and duct tape it nice and tight around your neck.

TheIronDuke
09-07-2008, 09:05 PM
This thread is proof that there needs to be some sort of requirement to start threads.

Giant Tiger
09-07-2008, 10:30 PM
This thread is proof that there needs to be some sort of requirement to start threads.

:goodpost:

IlliniJen
09-07-2008, 10:35 PM
Seriously, these "woe is me" and doom and gloom threads suck. Just like some of the fans knee jerking their way out of this season.