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swtbound07
11-21-2010, 04:29 PM
Know that today, I feel your pain. Nobody in the world knows our unique, exquisite brand of agony. I live and die every sunday like the rest of you. As i hurled my remote at the wall with the same artful grace Sanchez threw that ball to Santonio, I thought to myself, nobody knows how bad this sucks. Then I realized...you all do. Just know this guys...you aren't alone. We all suffer the indignities of this secondary together. And if sometimes it hurts so much you have to turn it off...I feel your pain. Its hell being us.

sometexansfan
11-21-2010, 04:30 PM
Know that today, I feel your pain. Nobody in the world knows our unique, exquisite brand of agony. I live and die every sunday like the rest of you. As i hurled my remote at the wall with the same artful grace Sanchez threw that ball to Santonio, I thought to myself, nobody knows how bad this sucks. Then I realized...you all do. Just know this guys...you aren't alone. We all suffer the indignities of this secondary together. And if sometimes it hurts so much you have to turn it off...I feel your pain. Its hell being us.

Well said.

drewmar74
11-21-2010, 04:30 PM
Agreed.

I think I need a beer.

silvrhand
11-21-2010, 04:31 PM
Know that today, I feel your pain. Nobody in the world knows our unique, exquisite brand of agony. I live and die every sunday like the rest of you. As i hurled my remote at the wall with the same artful grace Sanchez threw that ball to Santonio, I thought to myself, nobody knows how bad this sucks. Then I realized...you all do. Just know this guys...you aren't alone. We all suffer the indignities of this secondary together. And if sometimes it hurts so much you have to turn it off...I feel your pain. Its hell being us.

+ rep feel you pain, but it's slowly now just turning to laughter..

Norg
11-21-2010, 04:31 PM
Its ok im used to losing :(


like 40 years and counting of losing

jerek
11-21-2010, 04:32 PM
Where were the DB's to intercept your remote?

Oh yeah, playing about 5 yards shallow of the obvious hail mary toss. I don't know that I've ever felt as sick to my stomach watching football as I have these last two weeks.

Malloy
11-21-2010, 04:32 PM
They're the Houston Heartbreakers, we're the heartbroken fans. It's just the way it is :)

When the going gets tough, the Texans break, it's just the way it is :)

Another game next week. It's just the way it is :)

OzzO
11-21-2010, 04:32 PM
+ rep feel you pain, but it's slowly now just turning to laughter..

kinda maniac....
kinda mainiac....

kinda a crazy laugh huh?

kiwitexansfan
11-21-2010, 04:32 PM
Man, I lost that sort of passion long ago.

kudos to those of you who still live and die every play, or maybe move one guys.

Esoom
11-21-2010, 04:33 PM
I think the only people in the world who could possibly be more frustrated than the fans are the good players on the team (Andre, Arian, Leach) who are going to have to watch the playoffs from home...again.

Mailman
11-21-2010, 04:33 PM
Agreed.

I think I need a beer.

I am too sick to drink beer. My insides are destroyed and for the first time in my adult life, I am thinking of not watching this team any longer. I don't know how much more pain, frustration, and heartbreak I can take. The lows just keep getting lower and the highs don't come.

I'm sure I'll get over it eventually, but man....this sucks.

Hookem Horns
11-21-2010, 04:35 PM
Of course we know how this feels starting with the Oilers and now with the Texans. Now two fanbases are suffering from the stench of Houston and former Houston football. The Oilers choked again today also.

I just can't wait for next week's Choker Bowl showdown.

drewmar74
11-21-2010, 04:35 PM
I am too sick to drink beer. My insides are destroyed and for the first time in my adult life, I am thinking of not watching this team any longer. I don't know how much more pain, frustration, and heartbreak I can take. The lows just keep getting lower and the highs don't come.

I'm sure I'll get over it eventually, but man....this sucks.

I hear you. I am already trying to pick a team I can root for in the playoffs.

But hey, every loss gets us closer to regime change (hopefully). As Bobbly Blue Bland would say "You have to hurt before you heal."

GuerillaBlack
11-21-2010, 04:35 PM
Its ok im used to losing :(


like 40 years and counting of losing

No way you're over 40.

Norg
11-21-2010, 04:37 PM
No way you're over 40.



no im 24 Oilers/Texans


u know the Oilers have never been to teh SB ..........

elliepoo
11-21-2010, 04:37 PM
Amen. I'm trying to convince myself I don't care, but I want to cry. It's exhausting being a Texans fan.

Historyhorn
11-21-2010, 04:44 PM
Following a professional football team in Houston is about like dating a crazy broad.

You forgive her and take her back. She acts great for a little while, but before you know it, her name is carved into your front door, she kills your pets, and sets your car on fire.

Screw both the Oilers and the Texans for days like this.

Go Texans

TexansBlood
11-21-2010, 04:45 PM
This game just crushed my heart(season ticket holder). For once when we lose I laugh and play it off but this game pretty much did it for me.


I love my city but wont support a trash team, as of today im not a homer anymore.


WE SUCK AND ARE TRASH!!! YEA I SAID IT!!!!!!!!!


k.THANKS.BYE.

TheRealJoker
11-21-2010, 04:46 PM
I have to commend the Houston Texans organization for consistently finding new innovative ways to rip their fans hearts out week after week. It takes a special team to give their fans hope week after week but find a new way to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory to keep the fans nice and sad.

Showtime100
11-21-2010, 04:57 PM
This song came to mind after this effing game.

Led Zep - Black Country Woman (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TxXYF3WTwTs)

imatexan
11-21-2010, 06:12 PM
So are all the Browns fans homers?

Somehow this word has turned into a "bad thing" on these boards.

I have become a little more numb to the Texans losses because I expect it but in the end that does not mean I still can't stand watching my team lose these heartbreaking losses.

The Texans need to make changes but I will always support them, no matter how frustrated I am with them.


I guess it's an addiction...one for life:headhurts:

Ranger Tom
11-21-2010, 06:17 PM
I should hope that we're in purgatory, not eternal Hell, but good post all the same. Repped.

Hagar
11-21-2010, 06:45 PM
Man, I lost that sort of passion long ago.

kudos to those of you who still live and die every play, or maybe move one guys.

I sat on my bar stool today and thought to my self as we took the lead, we will find a way to mess this up; and we did. I felt as calm and casual about it as if I were tying my shoe laces.

Honestly, this may be the end of my passion for the Texans.

burro
11-21-2010, 06:53 PM
Well said man..

It's days like this that I think the only thing keeping me attached to this team is the tattoo on my arm. It's strange though, I never felt so sick watching the Texans. Not even when we went 2-14 in 2005...but this team...ugh. I think I'm ODing on sub-mediocrity.

JB
11-21-2010, 07:25 PM
Well said man..

It's days like this that I think the only thing keeping me attached to this team is the tattoo on my arm. It's strange though, I never felt so sick watching the Texans. Not even when we went 2-14 in 2005...but this team...ugh. I think I'm ODing on sub-mediocrity.

Nah, it's just that we were too high on the Texans entering the season.

They are just sticking to form

Txn_in_FL
11-21-2010, 07:31 PM
I feel your pain even though I have not had the misfortune of suffering through these games.

Due to time difference I get to wake up first thing Monday and get my dissappointment over in one swift kick in the balls from ESPiN. No suffering for hours on end to endure the inevitable.

I'm really getting tired of this. I'm tired of being the only Texan fan wherever I go... Okinawa, Virginia, North Carolina and now Korea.

At some point it has to get better right?

Right?

GuerillaBlack
11-21-2010, 07:36 PM
no im 24 Oilers/Texans


u know the Oilers have never been to teh SB ..........

No way you're 24 either. You must be half that.

JB
11-21-2010, 07:59 PM
I feel your pain even though I have not had the misfortune of suffering through these games.

Due to time difference I get to wake up first thing Monday and get my dissappointment over in one swift kick in the balls from ESPiN. No suffering for hours on end to endure the inevitable.

I'm really getting tired of this. I'm tired of being the only Texan fan wherever I go... Okinawa, Virginia, North Carolina and now Korea.

At some point it has to get better right?

Right?


Yeah, you'll find another poor misguided soul out there in a year or three...

burro
11-21-2010, 08:49 PM
Nah, it's just that we were too high on the Texans entering the season.

They are just sticking to form

Well fresh off our first winning season with the promise of a respectable running game and the DROTY to compliment Ryans, I don't think high expectations were unwarranted. Unfortunately, the defense and coaching scheme is totally effed and the offense can't score enough to points to make up for it. Even though I ripped him earlier in the season, I sort of feel bad for Schaub (and the offence in general). It's probably really demoralizing to know that you could score 35+ points and still lose.

kiwitexansfan
11-21-2010, 08:51 PM
I sat on my bar stool today and thought to my self as we took the lead, we will find a way to mess this up; and we did. I felt as calm and casual about it as if I were tying my shoe laces.

Honestly, this may be the end of my passion for the Texans.

I'm still passionate, I think I have just gained a much broader perspective.

I support the Jersey, who ever comes or goes, wins or loses, I'll support the Jersey.

I'll always root to win, but will let the losses run off my back.




That all might change when we are playing meaningful knockout games in January though.