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Mean Machine
09-29-2008, 11:27 AM
Deep Steel Blue Sunday is THIS Sunday, Oct 5, Our HOME Opener!!!


So, Come early!
BE LOUD!
And Wear BLUE!

Go Texans!

Khari
09-29-2008, 11:29 AM
y r we wearing blue.....indy is blue too :thinking:

gwallaia
09-29-2008, 11:32 AM
I will adopt a new policy this season. When it's Blue Day, I'm wearing white. When it's White Day, I'm wearing red. When it's Red day, I'm wearing blue.

gwallaia
09-29-2008, 11:36 AM
y r we wearing blue.....indy is blue too :thinking:

Good point by the way.

stingray
09-29-2008, 12:41 PM
y r we wearing blue.....indy is blue too :thinking:

But it's not Deep Steel Blue!!!! Actually, Deep Steel sounds like a porn name.

thegr8fan
09-29-2008, 03:47 PM
We're wearing blue because the seats are also blue. That way it won't be quite so apparent on the TV when ALL the empty seats blend in with the blue jersey's. :shades:

BigWig
09-29-2008, 04:47 PM
We're wearing blue because the seats are also blue. That way it won't be quite so apparent on the TV when ALL the empty seats blend in with the blue jersey's. :shades:

Nice to hear from the wise one gr8fan, and thatnks for the laugh!:spit:

gwallaia
09-29-2008, 04:52 PM
We're wearing blue because the seats are also blue. That way it won't be quite so apparent on the TV when ALL the empty seats blend in with the blue jersey's. :shades:

Good to see ya gr8!

Double Barrel
09-29-2008, 04:57 PM
Let's see...no roof option...absolutely no air flow...forecasts for a sunny, hot day...yes, let's wear our dark jerseys! :thinking:

False Start
09-29-2008, 07:40 PM
Let's see...no roof option...absolutely no air flow...forecasts for a sunny, hot day...yes, let's wear our dark jerseys! :thinking:

My thoughts exactly............ :ok:

Drew_Smoke
09-29-2008, 07:54 PM
They better prop open every single door they can!

Speedy
09-29-2008, 08:22 PM
I'm just glad there's finally a game to go to. It's been a long off-season.

GlassHalfFull
09-29-2008, 08:26 PM
I'm just glad there's finally a game to go to. It's been a long off-season.

QFT!!!!! I am ready for some tailgating. We are bringing a friend from San Antonio who is a big Texans fan. This will be his first chance to see the Texans in person, hopefully they will put on a good show for him.

No matter what happens on the field, I know the tailgates will be rocking. :fans:

hobie
09-30-2008, 08:26 AM
Let's see...no roof option...absolutely no air flow...forecasts for a sunny, hot day...yes, let's wear our dark jerseys! :thinking:

Regardless of the color you decide to wear, please, just wear something...I don't wanna look over at you guys and see you shirtless like your boy V!!

TxDavid
09-30-2008, 09:13 AM
y r we wearing blue.....indy is blue too :thinking:


We're wearing blue cause that's how we're feeling......:shots:

Khari
09-30-2008, 10:28 AM
Regardless of the color you decide to wear, please, just wear something...I don't wanna look over at you guys and see you shirtless like your boy V!!

i've decided to go shirtless....and i'm gonna make everybody in my section go shirtless too :spit:

Double Barrel
09-30-2008, 10:45 AM
Regardless of the color you decide to wear, please, just wear something...I don't wanna look over at you guys and see you shirtless like your boy V!!

I'm street smart enough to know better than to go shirtless around you! :victory:

Texan_Bill
09-30-2008, 11:23 AM
Regardless of the color you decide to wear, please, just wear something...I don't wanna look over at you guys and see you shirtless like your boy V!!

I'm street smart enough to know better than to go shirtless around you! :victory:

*smells the scent of sausages rising through the air*

Double Barrel
09-30-2008, 11:32 AM
*smells the scent of sausages rising through the air*

That smell is like some kind of weird mating pheromones to hobie.

Never, ever go shirtless around hobie if the smell of sausage is in the air. Even the late, great Steve Irwin wouldn't go near that wild life.

Texan_Bill
09-30-2008, 11:38 AM
That smell is like some kind of weird mating pheromones to hobie.

Never, ever go shirtless around hobie if the smell of sausage is in the air. Even the late, great Steve Irwin wouldn't go near that wild life.


:spit:

I will never go shirtless again.....ever!!!

GlassHalfFull
09-30-2008, 11:49 AM
i've decided to go shirtless....and i'm gonna make everybody in my section go shirtless too :spit:

I'm street smart enough to know better than to go shirtless around you! :victory:

*smells the scent of sausages rising through the air*

That smell is like some kind of weird mating pheromones to hobie.

Never, ever go shirtless around hobie if the smell of sausage is in the air. Even the late, great Steve Irwin wouldn't go near that wild life.

:spit:

I will never go shirtless again.....ever!!!

Sometimes I wonder about some of you guys and if this whole sausage thingy isn't a case of those who doth protest too much. Here you have a female poster volunteering to go shirtless, and not a single response to her. Just to Hobie, Bill and DB. Hhmmmm :thinking:

DiapHer
09-30-2008, 11:57 AM
Sometimes I wonder about some of you guys and if this whole sausage thingy isn't a case of those who doth protest too much. Here you have a female poster volunteering to go shirtless, and not a single response to her. Just to Hobie, Bill and DB. Hhmmmm :thinking:


I was thinking the same thing as I was reading this thread :specnatz::specnatz:So now we know the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth!!!

hobie
09-30-2008, 11:58 AM
Sometimes I wonder about some of you guys and if this whole sausage thingy isn't a case of those who doth protest too much. Here you have a female poster volunteering to go shirtless, and not a single response to her. Just to Hobie, Bill and DB. Hhmmmm :thinking:

Whoa now......Please don't include me with those two. I never asked to see them without their shirts on, more like I would do what I could to make sure they didn't come off, now as for Khari, please, remove said shirt and then start the wave !!!!!

hobie
09-30-2008, 12:00 PM
I was thinking the same thing as I was reading this thread :specnatz::specnatz:So now we know the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth!!!

I refuse to be dragged down with those 2 sausage lovers.....I prefer Khari shirtless to TB, DB and VY !!!

Double Barrel
09-30-2008, 12:05 PM
Sometimes I wonder about some of you guys and if this whole sausage thingy isn't a case of those who doth protest too much. Here you have a female poster volunteering to go shirtless, and not a single response to her. Just to Hobie, Bill and DB. Hhmmmm :thinking:

Khari has banning powers. :aikido:

Besides, being a married man and all, I don't have the luxury of commenting on the topless state of a female poster. That would be bad, mmm'kay?

However, joking with my 'happy' friend about his love of sausage and rainbows is safe. It makes him feel accepted into a very testosterone-heavy atmosphere. And it shows how tolerant some of us hedneks are, too.

I refuse to be dragged down with those 2 sausage lovers.....I prefer Khari shirtless to TB, DB and VY !!!

Of course. Women feel safe around their gay friends. You are always happy and have a great sense of fashion coordination. It's almost like you are one of them.

hobie
09-30-2008, 12:09 PM
Khari has banning powers. :aikido:

Besides, being a married man and all, I don't have the luxury of commenting on the topless state of a female poster. That would be bad, mmm'kay?
However, joking with my 'happy' friend about his love of sausage and rainbows is safe. It makes him feel accepted into a very testosterone-heavy atmosphere. And it shows how tolerant some of us hedneks are, too.



Of course. Women feel safe around their gay friends. You are always happy and have a great sense of fashion coordination.

I am married, but I can always look !! And I do appreciate your tolerance, as I am sure VY and TB would see that you say one thing yet mean another..I know the real DB, and he is a kind person at heart....and he would never make those guys feel unwelcome, be it here on the board or any other place for that matter.

Texan_Bill
09-30-2008, 12:11 PM
I refuse to be dragged down with those 2 sausage lovers.....I prefer Khari shirtless to TB, DB and VY !!!

LIAR!!!

***************************************

I don't go to football games to see topless women. I go to Treasures... :smiliedance:

Texan_Bill
09-30-2008, 12:12 PM
Khari has banning powers. :aikido:


Exactly!!! I don't see DiapHer making the same offer.

hobie
09-30-2008, 12:14 PM
Exactly!!! I don't see DiapHer making the same offer.

Well then you need to answer your phone......

Texan_Bill
09-30-2008, 12:14 PM
I am married


Signed,

Rock Hudson

Texan_Bill
09-30-2008, 12:16 PM
Well then you need to answer your phone......

She hasn't called me since last week......

hobie
09-30-2008, 12:17 PM
Signed,

Rock Hudson

lol: That's freaking hilarious !! Someone rep the man for me please !!!

Texan_Bill
09-30-2008, 12:18 PM
Back to topic........... I'll be wearing my white jersey in the sun unless there is an overcast or if it will be relatively cool that day.

DiapHer
09-30-2008, 12:21 PM
I personally still enjoy standing and doing the "WAVE" with my white and red shirt ON!!!

Texans_Chick
09-30-2008, 12:42 PM
This is my favorite thing I have ever written about this subject.

Texans 'Deep Steel Sunday' Is Not the Name of a Porn Video (http://www.fanhouse.com/2007/09/22/texans-deep-steel-sunday-is-not-the-name-of-a-porn-video/)

Everybody needs to pack a few extra waters this weekend in your coolers. It is likely going to be a little warm (http://blogs.chron.com/texanschick/2008/09/houston_texans_steel_blue_sund_1.html).

Showtime100
09-30-2008, 12:46 PM
Sometimes I wonder about some of you guys and if this whole sausage thingy isn't a case of those who doth protest too much. Here you have a female poster volunteering to go shirtless, and not a single response to her. Just to Hobie, Bill and DB. Hhmmmm :thinking:

I didn't say anything because those things are mods, *cough* I mean she's a mod. Besides I didn't want to be the first. :gun:

Battle Red Flash
09-30-2008, 12:54 PM
y r we wearing blue.....indy is blue too :thinking:

Because we do what we want. Indy will be in white with blue trim.

Overalls
09-30-2008, 01:08 PM
I am not even sure if I am going to go to the game. I am so disgusted with the team right now. I figure I have spent @ $300.00 per Texans win on the team. I am very tempted to give my tickets to a Colts fan that I work with.


:fans:

Battle Red Flash
09-30-2008, 01:13 PM
Deep Steel Blue Sunday is THIS Sunday, Oct 5, Our HOME Opener!!!
So, Come early!
BE LOUD!
And Wear BLUE!
Go Texans!

You are so right, Mean. It would be fun, and a cool thing to do if everyone wore blue, but you know how some people are.
But we can pass around the guidelines for new fans.
Be LOUD when the Colts have the ball.
When the Texans break the huddle, be QUIET. Pass it on!

**& If you wanna be a DJ, do it at your house on Saturday night. I want to listen to my music, not yours. Point you speakers at yourself.

jaayteetx
09-30-2008, 01:19 PM
I am not even sure if I am going to go to the game. I am so disgusted with the team right now. I figure I have spent @ $300.00 per Texans win on the team. I am very tempted to give my tickets to a Colts fan that I work with.


:fans:

why don't you give them to yankee? i think he had a pretty good cause.

Tedc
09-30-2008, 01:25 PM
I personally still enjoy standing and doing the "WAVE" with my white and red shirt ON unless you add alcohol!!!

Fixed it for ya!

DiapHer
09-30-2008, 01:33 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by DiapHer http://home.austin.rr.com/khari/images/images/buttons/viewpost.gif (http://www.texanstalk.com/forums/showthread.php?p=1010770#post1010770)
I personally still enjoy standing and doing the "WAVE" with my white and red shirt ON unless you add alcohol AND a Omaha Filet Mignon!!!


Fixed it for ya!


Fixed it again...and with that combination no telling what I might do!!! :lion:

Tedc
09-30-2008, 01:36 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by DiapHer http://home.austin.rr.com/khari/images/images/buttons/viewpost.gif (http://www.texanstalk.com/forums/showthread.php?p=1010770#post1010770)
I personally still enjoy standing and doing the "WAVE" with my white and red shirt ON unless you add alcohol AND a Omaha Filet Mignon!!!





Fixed it again...and with that combination no telling what I might do!!! :lion:

I know, I remember. Thanks again, BTW! Too bad that holiday only "comes" once a year.

hobie
09-30-2008, 01:51 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by DiapHer http://home.austin.rr.com/khari/images/images/buttons/viewpost.gif (http://www.texanstalk.com/forums/showthread.php?p=1010770#post1010770)
I personally still enjoy standing and doing the "WAVE" with my white and red shirt ON unless you add alcohol AND a Omaha Filet Mignon!!!





Fixed it again...and with that combination no telling what I might do!!! :lion:


Funny thing is, I am going ot have those exact things at my tailgate this Sunday !!! So, if I take a picture of the steak and drink and send to you, will you be willing to take a picture and send to us ??!!! Well......

DiapHer
09-30-2008, 02:04 PM
Funny thing is, I am going ot have those exact things at my tailgate this Sunday !!! So, if I take a picture of the steak and drink and send to you, will you be willing to take a picture and send to us ??!!! Well......

This is not a case of "A picture is worth a thousand boobs"

Specnatz
09-30-2008, 02:21 PM
I am so confused by some around here. There seems to be a lot of folks not wanting to go to the game because of the way the team is playing while to some degree I understand that and I understand some of the rantings in some of the post but it is still the team you love right? You purchased season tickets and PSL and you are going to just give the tickets away?

I just wish I could be in the same boat as some and own PSL and season tickets or for that matter live in a city that I still love. I have been told by some cause I live in Austin and do not own season tickets I am not as much of a fan as some. Well I still love this team and will watch them come Sunday and cheer them on and hope beyond all hope that they improve every single game.

Oh and just on a small note I am late to the conversation but I would have a made a comment regard a female poster going shirtless (A very attractive one at that) but now it is to late to make the right joke so I will just say I will be shirtless at home in conjunction with your enthusiasm, since no one is going to a sports bar to watch the game.


:fans: :gotexans1 :texflag:

Showtime100
09-30-2008, 02:30 PM
I am so confused by some around here. There seems to be a lot of folks not wanting to go to the game because of the way the team is playing while to some degree I understand that and I understand some of the rantings in some of the post but it is still the team you love right? You purchased season tickets and PSL and you are going to just give the tickets away?

I just wish I could be in the same boat as some and own PSL and season tickets or for that matter live in a city that I still love. I have been told by some cause I live in Austin and do not own season tickets I am not as much of a fan as some. Well I still love this team and will watch them come Sunday and cheer them on and hope beyond all hope that they improve every single game.

Oh and just on a small note I am late to the conversation but I would have a made a comment regard a female poster going shirtless (A very attractive one at that) but now it is to late to make the right joke so I will just say I will be shirtless at home in conjunction with your enthusiasm, since no one is going to a sports bar to watch the game.


:fans: :gotexans1 :texflag:

Whoever that was said a pretty stupid thing.

[insert 4 paragraghs on how I love my hometown and it's teams]

If anyone said that to me I'd staple their butt shut.

Mean Machine
10-01-2008, 01:14 AM
Hey!
No thanks to some of you fans for hijacking this thread.

Here's my take.
I live In Round Rock, I was raised in Houston. I support MY team. I come in, 360 miles round trip for every home game(except the goofy Thursday nite 4th pre-season game). When the team tries to come up with ideas that build comraderie, unity, you get people with these negative attitudes. We have played 3 teams on the road to start our season, those were all 2007 playoff teams. Not to mention what Houstonians went thru with Hurricane Ike, and that includes every player and coach on the team. Reliant needs to really be full of fans and excitement come Sunday.

All the Texans are asking is for you to be there before the kickoff, to be loud when our defense is on the field and to wear something blue. It's really a pretty simple concept.

Here's an idea, if you don't wanna go or don't want to support the team, fine, then sell or give your tickets to somebody who does.

Just wear blue on Sunday and Go Texans!

ATXtexanfan
10-01-2008, 01:39 PM
Amen brother, coming in from leander with 3 buddies who'll be at their first game. We'll do our part.

Double Barrel
10-01-2008, 02:31 PM
If color coordinating had any effect on the team's performance on the field, this franchise would sport a better record than 32-67 overall.

Fans need to show up and be loud for our defense. Wear whatever the heck you want to wear, just be the homefield advantage.

There is no need to call out other Texans fans because they cannot afford or choose not to color coordinate with the Texans marketing department. We seem to have all these so-called "traditions". Unfortunately, winning is not one of them. The only thing that truly builds fan camaraderie is winning more games than you lose in a season. So don't sit here and belittle other Texans fans when this franchise is lucky to have any fans at this point.

btw, I will be wearing blue, but I've got several custom jerseys (including the $300 one). I've got so many Texans shirts that I could wear one for every day of the month without wearing the same one twice.

If merchandise sales = wins, this team would have been in the playoffs by now.

Mean Machine
10-01-2008, 03:48 PM
Fans who all they do is cry about this, and that's it's too hot to wear blue and I don't have a blue shirt...hey, go to Goodwill, get a BLUE t-shirt for $1.99, it's not really that difficult.

Traditions start with the fans. We have a few and now that we are beginning our 7th season, I think it's great that the Texans are promoting certain traditions, you have to start somewhere. We have our pregame player intros with shouting the Texans' last name, we have '...and that's another Texan's first down!' And we started with Battle Red Day and now we have 2 other days, to celebrate and to bring forth unity in Reliant.

You can certainly choose to wear what color you want to wear, but I think when the Texans are asking and promoting a chance for the community, fans and team to form a common bond, I think it is an opportunity to do just that.

Some of these 'fans' remind me of a quote from the film, "Kelly's Heroes", Donald Sutherland's character said "Always with the negative waves Moriarty, always with the negative waves."

Go Texans!!!

Double Barrel
10-01-2008, 04:16 PM
I understand what you are saying, Mean Machine, and I certainly respect your perspective.

I think part of the negativity from fans is understandable. Consistent losing makes folks grumpy. While it is nice to have a team in Houston, and I will forever be grateful to McNair for accomplishing it, there comes a point where fans crave success. All the window dressing in the world can't deny the simple fact that part of the tradition being built at the moment is a losing one. I know that these things can take time, but patience is a finite commodity. Fans identify with the team, being a fanatic becomes part of who you are, and at the end of the day, you want to feel like you are part of something bigger than yourself.

I remember the 'house of pain' days at the Astrodome, and it is something that I really hope we can get back to at Reliant. Houston football fans have it in them, without a doubt. But the success of the former Houston team came first, and the 'house of pain' followed on the heels of that success.

I guess my point is that I agree with you in many ways. I just stop short of calling anyone a 'lesser' fan (my generalization) for not following theme days. My take is that if you are still with this team after the past 6 seasons, then you are a Texans fan. No bones about it. Choosing to be positive, realistic, or negative just comes with the territory of rooting for a team that has never had much success. Heck, I go through all of those perspectives, sometimes within the same day! ;)

But yeah, be there, be loud, and wear your colors. :texflag:

gwallaia
10-01-2008, 04:36 PM
The idea of different color jersey days is not unique to the Texans. I think all the teams do it in some fashion or another. And it's about One thing--Money. Tradition might be a contrived by-product of the real reason the NFL does this.
The Texans created red game jerseys so people would go to Academy and spend money on red jerseys.

And to make it fun, let's call it Battle Red, Steel Blue and Liberty White. The fans will eat it up and we'll sell even more!

SheTexan
10-01-2008, 05:00 PM
The idea of different color jersey days is not unique to the Texans. I think all the teams do it in some fashion or another. And it's about One thing--Money. Tradition might be a contrived by-product of the real reason the NFL does this.
The Texans created red game jerseys so people would go to Academy and spend money on red jerseys.

And to make it fun, let's call it Battle Red, Steel Blue and Liberty White. The fans will eat it up and we'll sell even more!

I might be the loner here, but, I don't see anything wrong with that. It's called "marketing" and it's been going on FOREVER!! I would have bought jersey's or tee's in every color anyway, regardless of the special game day promotions. No one is forced to go out and spend money. I do it because I support my team, and regardless of their losing ways, I am a PROUD Texan!!! I wear Texan tee's nearly everyday of the year, so, I do my part in keeping Academy, WalMart, JC Penny's, The Texan Store, etc, etc, etc, in business all year round. Personally, I like the game day color. I was looking at some pics of the Chiefs this morning, and seeing that sea of RED just made me smile and feel good inside. This might sound corny, but, it really was inspirational. I went to a Colts game a couple years ago in Indy, and I swear 95% of their fans had on blue for that game. It was an awesome site. Being hard headed about it is just silly IMHO! If you want to do it, DO IT, if not DON'T!! BUT, I would rather see a dude wearing a red Texan jersey on Steel Blue day than some dude wearing a bright green, ORANGE, maroon, or some other off color. It's a freaking football game!!! HAVE FUN!! That's what it's all about anyway. When it ceases being fun then it is time to stay at home and do something else!

gwallaia
10-01-2008, 05:08 PM
Now I feel bad.

Overalls
10-01-2008, 05:09 PM
As a team the Texans have averaged 5.33 wins per season, not taking into account this season. What impact will my wearing a blue shirt or not have on that number. I have been laughed at for being a Texans fan. I have had Titan fans and Cowboy fans ridicule me for caring about this team. I have had threads on other teams message boards dedicated to me to let the masses of their fans add to that ridicule. I still care about this team and always will. I have been a faithful Texans fan since I found out we were going to get a team. Forgive me for thinking that seven years is enough time to build a team that can atleast have a winning record. Is 9-7 really too much to ask for?
When I show up for the game Sunday I will be wearing the same thing that I always wear and no I will not be wearing a blue Jearsey or blue flea market T-shirt. If they want me to color coordinate with their marketing plan they need to win.

Texans_Chick
10-01-2008, 05:22 PM
As a team the Texans have averaged 5.33 wins per season, not taking into account this season. What impact will my wearing a blue shirt or not have on that number. I have been laughed at for being a Texans fan. I have had Titan fans and Cowboy fans ridicule me for caring about this team. I have had threads on other teams message boards dedicated to me to let the masses of their fans add to that ridicule. I still care about this team and always will. I have been a faithful Texans fan since I found out we were going to get a team. Forgive me for thinking that seven years is enough time to build a team that can atleast have a winning record. Is 9-7 really too much to ask for?
When I show up for the game Sunday I will be wearing the same thing that I always wear and no I will not be wearing a blue Jearsey or blue flea market T-shirt. If they want me to color coordinate with their marketing plan they need to win.


Ah yes, but what comes first, the chickens or the eggs?

We as individuals are stronger if we band together. A color is just a representation of that.

We can't coach the team, or do two-a-days, or any number of things to help the team out. We can just do our part. Show up early, be loud when they want us to be, and well, it isn't much of a hardship to wear something blue.

We can wait until the winning happens. Or we can do our small part to create more of an atmosphere of winning. To believe in things that seem impossible.

I know it is dispiriting when the team starts off this way. I sort of have a theory that the NFL hates our team given some of our imbalanced schedules. But challenges make us stronger, and we can endure losing football, hurricanes, financial crisis, mosquitos, Bud Adams' possum head, etc, and at the end of the day, we will end up with character with some to spare.

The NFL is the best reality programming in the world because you never know what will happen. Anything is possible.

SheTexan
10-01-2008, 05:56 PM
Now I feel bad.

LOL!! I would NEVER want you to feel bad my friend!! I don't want any TEXAN fan to feel bad, but, until we all get what we want, which is a WINNING team, that's what we all will do. I'll just do my own thing to try to feel better. Wearing a blue jersey Sunday will make me feel better, as will seeing all my Texan friends, watching my team AT HOME for the first time this season, and doing my best to think positive. I really dont' care what people wear, as long as they don't show up naked!!:) It would just be a "feel good" day seeing a mass of blue shirts, that's all I'm saying. It's really no big deal, cause the TEXANS are going to play the way they want to play regardless of what the fans wear.

gwallaia
10-01-2008, 05:58 PM
(gritting teeth) Oh alright, I'll wear blue.

But as soon as they come out with Earth Day green jerseys or Hispanic Heritage Day fiesta jerseys, I'm drawing the line.

Double Barrel
10-01-2008, 06:00 PM
The Texans should have established a HOME jersey right off the bat. That way, fans always show up in the right colors!

As it is now, you are still wearing Texans 'home' colors if you show up in red, white, or blue jerseys. :wacko:

Tedc
10-01-2008, 06:12 PM
I think I am going to go with Khari's idea and wear Battle Red skin.:shades:

Texans_Chick
10-01-2008, 06:24 PM
The Texans should have established a HOME jersey right off the bat. That way, fans always show up in the right colors!

As it is now, you are still wearing Texans 'home' colors if you show up in red, white, or blue jerseys. :wacko:

I agree. I think the problem was that originally they came out with those blue jerseys. And then early on in our short history, they were thinking they would have the roof open more often. And then they realized that this fried the people in the sunny seats. So they decided on doing white jerseys at home more often.

But then they came up with the roof policy, making the jersey color pretty much moot. Except Ike had other ideas, and now for what could be the hottest game of the year, they will be wearing all blue.

I like the blue jerseys the best as a standard jersey. I like the battle red as an alternate jersey. Not very fond of the white jersey much--it is just not as handsome to me.

GlassHalfFull
10-01-2008, 06:31 PM
I think I am going to go with Khari's idea and wear Battle Red skin.:shades:


After tailgating all morning and being in the sun for the game, you should be a nice deep red by the end of the game, if you go this route.

ATXtexanfan
10-01-2008, 10:28 PM
After tailgating all morning and being in the sun for the game, you should be a nice deep red by the end of the game, if you go this route.

good thing there's shade in the upper level