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Daonly
04-13-2005, 01:03 PM
From Footballguys.com

Sep 11. @ Buffalo (Noon)
Sep 18 vs. Pitt (3:15) is this true, a 3pm home game?
Sep 25 BYE
Oct 2 @ Cin (Noon)
Oct 9 vs. Tenn (Noon)
Oct 16 @ Sea (8:30) weird time, possible ESPN night game?
Oct 23 vs. Indy (Noon)
Oct 30 vs. Clev (Noon)
Nov 6 @ Jax (Noon)
Nov 13 @ Indy (Noon)
Nov 20 vs. KC (8:30) two ESPN games?
Nov 27 vs. StL (Noon)
Dec 4 @ Balt (Noon)
Dec 11 @ Tenn (Noon)
Dec 18 vs. Ariz (Noon)
Sat. Dec 24 vs. Jax (Noon)
Jan 1 @ SF (3pm) :heh:

ThaShark316
04-13-2005, 01:05 PM
From Footballguys.com

Sep 11. @ Buffalo (Noon)
Sep 18 vs. Pitt (3:15) is this true, a 3pm home game?
Sep 25 BYE
Oct 2 @ Cin (Noon)
Oct 9 vs. Tenn (Noon)
Oct 16 @ Sea (8:30) weird time, possible ESPN night game?
Oct 23 vs. Indy (Noon)
Oct 30 vs. Clev (Noon)
Nov 6 @ Jax (Noon)
Nov 13 @ Indy (Noon)
Nov 20 vs. KC (8:30) two ESPN games?
Nov 27 vs. StL (Noon)
Dec 4 @ Balt (Noon)
Dec 11 @ Tenn (Noon)
Dec 18 vs. Ariz (Noon)
Sat. Dec 24 vs. Jax (Noon)
Jan 1 @ SF (3pm) :heh:


NICE!!!! Two national games...YEAH!!! :thumbup

EDIT - Oct. 23rd/Dec. 24 = Battle Red Days

DominatorDavis
04-13-2005, 01:05 PM
we have sharper to face october 16th. that will be interesting.

it does look like 2 espn games. That is always good stuff.

Youngstown Colt
04-13-2005, 01:07 PM
I wanted the colts and texans to get a primetime game.

We usually put on some nice shows (there's the occasional blowout, but more often than not, the games are good)

Reddevil63
04-13-2005, 01:11 PM
Two primetime games is awesome. We have played some really good games with KC so I can see why that is one, I figured one would be with Jacksonville though. Oh well still cool to have two of them. :thumbup

Errant Hothy
04-13-2005, 01:13 PM
How creditable are these guys? They arn't like PFW.com are they?

Lucky
04-13-2005, 01:13 PM
Texans schedule link (http://www.houstontexans.com/gameday/schedule.php)

ThaShark316
04-13-2005, 01:15 PM
Damn shame the Steelers will lose a game the SAME time they lost a game last season. :heh: :thumbup

Nawzer
04-13-2005, 01:22 PM
Can't wait for that Seattle game!!! With Jaime Sharper signing with the Seahawks it should be an exciting game. Maybe I'll even go up there to watch the game. I've always wanted to visit Seattle and now I have another reason! Other than that I won't say if the schedule is easy or not because most of the time we're wrong. I just don't like the bye week on week 3. It's too early for me.

rittenhouserobz
04-13-2005, 01:28 PM
The coldest game of the year. @Baltimore It is just my geuss. :)

Errant Hothy
04-13-2005, 01:29 PM
First two games are going to be tough, but the toughest stretch is @ Seattle, Indy, Cle, @ Jax, @ Indy, KC, St. Louis, @ Baltimore. That is the make or break half of the schedule; honestly if they go .500 they should be okay. Yes I know its half the season, but I can't recall a tougher 8 consecutive games the team has ever had; with the exception of Cle (but they may by starting to improve by then.)

Daonly
04-13-2005, 01:38 PM
Im going to the San Fran game since I live in Los Angeles; maybe even to the Seattle game. I been there once; and I loved the city!

TexansCanes
04-13-2005, 01:43 PM
to bad the ravens game isn't later, i might have been able to go to it. i like what is, two espn games shows we are on the way up.

TEXANS84
04-13-2005, 01:52 PM
Wow, a bye week in week 3? Boooo!

thegr8fan
04-13-2005, 01:53 PM
I have seen another site with a small difference. The Pittsburgh at Reliant game is scheduled for noon, not 3:00. I think that one is more reliable, IMHO.

2 ESPN games? Guess they are making up for the lack of attention since our last one in 2002. :rolleyes:

THEFUTURE
04-13-2005, 01:56 PM
i love it, i will probably go to the game in san fran, since im like 30 min away, plus the two national games, and the games against the NFC West are televised here i think, man ill get to watch 6 games for the texans, i love it

THEFUTURE
04-13-2005, 01:57 PM
2 ESPN games? Guess they are making up for the lack of attention since our last one in 2002. :rolleyes:

we had a national game last year against the packers

Vinny
04-13-2005, 01:59 PM
I have seen another site with a small difference. The Pittsburgh at Reliant game is scheduled for noon, not 3:00. I think that one is more reliable, IMHO.According to the Texans it is noon.

2005 PRESEASON
Date Time Opponent (Network) Venue
Sat. Aug. 13 7:00 p.m. Denver Broncos (KTRK) Reliant Stadium
Sat. Aug. 20 7:00 p.m. Oakland Raiders (KTRK) Reliant Stadium
Sat. Aug. 27 7:00 p.m. @Dallas Cowboys (KTRK) Texas Stadium
Thur. Sept. 1 6:30 p.m. @Tampa Bay Buccaneers (KTRK) Raymond James Stadium
2005 REGULAR SEASON
Date
Time Opponent (Network) Venue
Sun. Sept. 11 Noon @Buffalo Bills (CBS) Ralph Wilson Stadium
Sun. Sept. 18 Noon PITTSBURGH STEELERS (CBS) Reliant Stadium
Sun. Sept. 25 BYE WEEK
Sun. Oct. 2 Noon @Cincinnati Bengals Paul Brown Stadium
Sun. Oct. 9 Noon TENNESSEE TITANS (CBS) Reliant Stadium
Sun. Oct. 16 7:30 p.m. @Seattle Seahawks (ESPN) Qwest Field
Sun. Oct. 23 Noon INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (CBS) Reliant Stadium
Sun. Oct. 30 Noon CLEVELAND BROWNS (CBS) Reliant Stadium
Sun. Nov. 6 Noon @Jacksonville Jaguars (CBS) ALLTEL Stadium
Sun. Nov. 13 Noon @Indianapolis Colts (CBS) RCA Dome
Sun. Nov. 20 7:30 p.m. KANSAS CITY CHEIFS (ESPN) Reliant Stadium
Sun. Nov. 27 Noon ST. LOUIS RAMS (FOX) Reliant Stadium
Sun. Dec. 4 Noon @Baltimore Ravens (CBS) M&T Bank Stadium
Sun. Dec. 11 Noon @Tennessee Titans (CBS) The Coliseum
Sun. Dec. 18 Noon ARIZONA CARDINALS (FOX) Reliant Stadium
Sat. Dec. 24 Noon JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (CBS) Reliant Stadium
Sun. Jan. 1 3:05 p.m. @San Francisco 49ers (CBS) Candlestick Park
POSTSEASON
Date


Jan. 7-8 Wild Card Weekend
Jan. 14-15 Divisional Playoffs
Jan. 22 Conference Championships
Feb. 5 Super Bowl XL, Ford Field, Detroit, MI
Feb. 12 AFC-NFC Pro Bowl, Honolulu, Hawaii
All kickoff times Central
Home Games in BOLD

All games broadcast live on 100.3 KILT FM and Sportsradio 610 AM;
Spanish broadcasts on La Tremenda 1010 AM

thegr8fan
04-13-2005, 01:59 PM
so we did Future, my mistake. :thumbup Just wanted to get in a small jab to our Cowboy lurker's around the board though. They know which game I am talking about. :heh:

tacoman_j
04-13-2005, 02:02 PM
Jp's first full NFL game. Hopefully he stinks up the joint. Can't wait till Sept. 8, 10, 11, and 12.

Texas vs. Ohio State on Sept 10.

Whoo Hoo!!!

Doom Capers
04-13-2005, 02:02 PM
I am glad we ge tthe Bills the first week. With J.P. Losman playing his first game, it should be fun :)

Vinny
04-13-2005, 02:03 PM
Last year we got all big-headed about possibly facing the rook in SD and they hammered us instead.

SBTexans08
04-13-2005, 02:05 PM
Two ESPN games....love the sound of that! :thumbup

THEFUTURE
04-13-2005, 02:06 PM
yeah but they didnt start the rookie, and it would be one thing if we went in and lost, and the chargers had a horrible season, but the chargers had a very good season, so the loss is easier to deal with, i still hate it, but its understandable

gwallaia
04-13-2005, 02:13 PM
Damn. I'm going to have to miss the Kansas City game. :( Paul McCartney will be in Houston that same night, don't think badly of me Texan fans, but Paul McCartney comes first.

ThaShark316
04-13-2005, 02:24 PM
(HOW THE #!@$ DID THE SAINTS GET A MONDAY NIGHT GAME!?!??!!)

Ok...on the NFL Network...I see a few week 15 games that start at 12:30 ET...hmmmm.

11:30 Sunday GAMES ARE BACK?!?!?

(including our game vs. JAX)

Youngstown Colt
04-13-2005, 02:34 PM
Call me crazy, but I always like seeing the saints on the big stage.

That Joe Horn always comes up with something

FILO_Doc
04-13-2005, 02:35 PM
Can't wait for that Seattle game!!! With Jaime Sharper signing with the Seahawks it should be an exciting game. Maybe I'll even go up there to watch the game. I've always wanted to visit Seattle and now I have another reason! Other than that I won't say if the schedule is easy or not because most of the time we're wrong. I just don't like the bye week on week 3. It's too early for me.

We have about 15-20 people going to the Seahawks game if you are interested PM FILO_Girl or email me for information.

Grid
04-13-2005, 03:07 PM
Looking at that schedule.. im gonna say we go 10-6 this year :).

PapaL
04-13-2005, 03:12 PM
The coldest game of the year. @Baltimore It is just my geuss. :)
Looks like I'll be going to this game without the family. I knew it was going to be scheduled during winter. Hopefully it's not snowing. See you guys there.

TheOgre
04-13-2005, 03:25 PM
Call me crazy, but I always like seeing the saints on the big stage.

That Joe Horn always comes up with something

Aren't you the same guy that berates T.O.? How is Joe Horn entertaining and T.O. annoying?

gsbtxn
04-13-2005, 03:26 PM
I'm glad that New Year's Day game is at 3 in San Fran so I can sleep off the night before.

tacoman_j
04-13-2005, 03:27 PM
has the easiest sched. They should win at least their first 7 or 8 games. Sucks that we have to face KC again this year. I really fear that aging offense. also hope that they don't get Surtain in teh next ten days

nflnutswife
04-13-2005, 03:27 PM
Have I read the schedule right? We dont have ANY late games at home this year?

Why?

Vinny
04-13-2005, 03:31 PM
It's been like this since I can remember (from the Oiler days). The Cowboys always have the 3pm slot and we always have the noon game.

nflnutswife
04-13-2005, 03:38 PM
Just hate explaining to the minister why we never make sunday 8 am services between aug/dec .! :goodbad:

canadiantexan
04-13-2005, 03:40 PM
I think the minister understands after all I bet god keeps an eye on the game too!.
He is a Texans fan you know.

SBTexans08
04-13-2005, 03:50 PM
I think we'll go a good 8-8 for sure this season. :)

Sarg01
04-13-2005, 04:11 PM
Sep 11. @ Buffalo (Noon) - Tough team last year, but remember, this game will be the regular season debut of ... JP Losman.

Sep 18 vs. Pitt (Noon) - I think we match up against the Steelers better than most, especially without Plax. As long as our new ILBs can hole up against the run ... We might be able to catch them with their trousers down here in our home opener.
Sep 25 BYE
Oct 2 @ Cin (Noon) - Should be a good game, especially since we've got the extra week to prepare
Oct 9 vs. Tenn (Noon) - Time to check out the new-look Titans at Reliant
Oct 16 @ Sea (8:30) - Another interesting game. If they don't have Shaun Alexsander, will they be able to go pass-happy on Dunta-Glenn-Coleman?
Oct 23 vs. Indy (Noon) - Our first win against the Colts! :whistle:
Oct 30 vs. Clev (Noon) - Taking nothing for granted after that horrible Week 17, but they'll probably be even worse this year
Nov 6 @ Jax (Noon)
Nov 13 @ Indy (Noon) - Eek.
Nov 20 vs. KC (8:30)
Nov 27 vs. StL (Noon) - Should be fun.
Dec 4 @ Balt (Noon) - We played our best against strong defenses last year (Chicago, J-Ville)
Dec 11 @ Tenn (Noon)
Dec 18 vs. Ariz (Noon)
Sat. Dec 24 vs. Jax (Noon) - Could well be the biggest game of the season - and it's at our house
Jan 1 @ SF (3pm) - Hopefully, we learned from Week 17 last year!

texansfan88
04-13-2005, 04:17 PM
We have a primetime?

canadiantexan
04-13-2005, 04:35 PM
I actually like our chances of making the playoffs this year or at least going .500, with our shcedule and key players with a year more experience. I think we should:
Buffalo-win
Pittsburg-lose
bye
cinn-win
Tenn-win
Sea-win
Indy-lose
Clev-win REVENGE
Jax-lose
Indy-lose
K.C.-win
Stl-lose
Balt-lose
Tenn-win
Ariz-win
Jax-win put Jax out of playoffs
SF-win Hello playoffs
maybe wishfull thinking but not out of our reach.

texansfan88
04-13-2005, 04:38 PM
hmmmm wonder why that pittsburgh game changed? if you go to the main site here, it talks about SIX noon starts (there are two later starts), but I only find one...maybe it was a late change
"So to recap quickly an early bye week, four playoff teams (Colts, Steelers, Rams and Seahawks), two prime-time games, six home starts at noon (sorry, tailgate aficionados), three sets of back-to-back home games and two sets of back-to-back road games."

http://www.houstontexans.com/news/news_detail.php?PRKey=1616

D-ReK
04-13-2005, 04:50 PM
I'm probably alone on this, but I really don't like the ESPN games...Let's not forget about the game last year when their announcers got all of our guys' names wrong and said, "Wow, that was such a beautiful pass" after Favre threw an INT...

axman40
04-13-2005, 04:54 PM
Week 3 bye Boo ! That is my birthday weekend, I always look forward to a homegame for my birthday !
:cool:

Dionysus22
04-13-2005, 04:56 PM
I don't get it! We never get any love! We've beaten some good teams. And even if we don't beat'em, we at least make it come down to the wire. The Green Bay game last year was a prime example of that. Even though we lost, afterwards I was certain they were gonna give us at least ONE Monday night game this year. But two ESPN primetimes aren't bad, I guess. You gotta crawl before you walk... :shrug:

texasguy346
04-13-2005, 05:01 PM
Buffalo still has Holcombe as Losman's backup so if he starts stinking it up he could always be benched. Plus they've got a tough defense, and McGahee running the ball. Definately not going to take a team with a rookie QB forgranted this year.

gwallaia
04-13-2005, 05:10 PM
I'm glad we are playing at Buffalo in September and not December.

blockhead83
04-13-2005, 05:14 PM
The Bills were on a roll at the end of last season, and they obviously feel the offense will be better with Losman than they were with Bledsoe. It's moreso a case of how soon it will be better. It's gonna be a tough game, hopefully our boys can come out swinging and show that they've corrected some of our failings.

TEXANS84
04-13-2005, 05:17 PM
Wow, I didn't even notice this!:

Houston will play on a Saturday for the first time in its brief history against Jacksonville in Reliant Stadium (12/24/05).

Blake
04-13-2005, 05:18 PM
You never know which team is going to make a 180 turnaround and start destroying teams.

Last year the Jags, and Steelers both did that. So you cant say we should win these games and lose these games until a few weeks into the season.

texansfan88
04-13-2005, 05:21 PM
Wow, I didn't even notice this!:
along with about 22 other teams...so we dont have to feel alone that day

tiger06
04-13-2005, 05:24 PM
2 Sunday night games!!! YEEEEEESSS!!!

TheOgre
04-13-2005, 05:36 PM
Wow, I didn't even notice this!:

Most of the league is playing that Saturday since Christmas falls on Sunday.

I still think one of my favorite Oilers games of all time was the 10-7 win over the 49ers on Christmas Day in 1993.

gwallaia
04-13-2005, 05:49 PM
Speaking of prime time games, unless I blinked my eyes once too often, it looks like Atlanta is hosting three Monday Night games and a Thanksgiving Game at Detroit.

Networks love Michael Vick.

texasguy346
04-13-2005, 05:50 PM
The networks want to have Vick's love child. That's saying alot especially with the herpes lawsuit.

PapaL
04-13-2005, 05:51 PM
It's Ron Mexico now, not Mike Vick

D-ReK
04-13-2005, 05:53 PM
It's Ron Mexico now, not Mike Vick

:rofl: I saw a guy at the mall today with a Falcons jersey with the number 7 and the name "R. Mexico" on the back...

Carr Bombed
04-13-2005, 05:56 PM
I don't get it! We never get any love! We've beaten some good teams. And even if we don't beat'em, we at least make it come down to the wire. The Green Bay game last year was a prime example of that. Even though we lost, afterwards I was certain they were gonna give us at least ONE Monday night game this year. But two ESPN primetimes aren't bad, I guess. You gotta crawl before you walk... :shrug:

Yep, but the Dallas Crapboys get their anual 2 MNF games, I swear it doesn't matter how much they suck they always get a boatload of Monday and Sunday night games.

Blake
04-13-2005, 05:58 PM
I dont understand the Ron Mexico thing. Anyone feel like giving me some insight?

PapaL
04-13-2005, 06:00 PM
Thats the name he gave to the girl to which he "passed" the STD to. His undercover name, Ron Mexico.

gwallaia
04-13-2005, 06:03 PM
Its kind of like Joe Montana, except he's Ron Mexico. btw, ROn Mexico has herpes.

Double Barrel
04-13-2005, 06:15 PM
Well, at least we only have three times where there is a 3 week gap between home games (there were four times last season...hated it).

Bye in week three is really lame. The NFL should start bye weeks until at least 6 games in.

And when do we get a whiff of a Monday night game? After making the playoffs? Pretty cheesy, especially in the age of teams going up and down on a year-to-year basis.

canadiantexan
04-13-2005, 06:23 PM
Green Bay could miss the playoffs and still have three MNF games, it's just not fair. Did'nt the Bengals have a Monday nighter last year? They got one last year and we did'nt this year now that's cheesy.
I better not see any NFC team other than the playoff teams in a Monday Nighter or I'm going to go hunting for a schedule maker lol.

TEXANS84
04-13-2005, 06:44 PM
Is it me, or does the Colts schedule look a little "spoon fed".

1 cold weather game, 5 of their last 8 at home, week 8 bye, and only 1 back-to-back away game.

Sep 11 @Baltimore 8:30pm
Sep 18 Jacksonville 1:00pm
Sep 25 Cleveland 1:00pm
Oct 2 @Tennessee 1:00pm
Oct 9 @San Francisco 4:05pm
Oct 17 St. Louis 9:00pm
Oct 23 @Houston 1:00pm
Week 8 BYE
Nov 7 @New England 9:00pm
Nov 13 Houston 1:00pm
Nov 20 @Cincinnati 1:00pm
Nov 28 Pittsburgh 9:00pm
Dec 4 Tennessee 1:00pm
Dec 11 @Jacksonville 1:00pm
Dec 18 San Diego 1:00pm
Dec 24 @Seattle 4:15pm
Jan 1 Arizona 1:00pm

Sarg01
04-13-2005, 07:03 PM
Buffalo still has Holcombe as Losman's backup so if he starts stinking it up he could always be benched. Plus they've got a tough defense, and McGahee running the ball. Definately not going to take a team with a rookie QB forgranted this year.

I think that's the advantage of being first up. No coach is going to want to pull "the future" out of his first game. Just think what that would do to the guy's confidence. Buffalo as an organization has a reputation for being concerned for more than just on-field production.

JustBonee
04-13-2005, 07:04 PM
Is it me, or does the Colts schedule look a little "spoon fed".

1 cold weather game, 5 of their last 8 at home, week 8 bye, and only 1 back-to-back away game.

Sep 11 @Baltimore 8:30pm
Sep 18 Jacksonville 1:00pm
Sep 25 Cleveland 1:00pm
Oct 2 @Tennessee 1:00pm
Oct 9 @San Francisco 4:05pm
Oct 17 St. Louis 9:00pm
Oct 23 @Houston 1:00pm
Week 8 BYE
Nov 7 @New England 9:00pm
Nov 13 Houston 1:00pm
Nov 20 @Cincinnati 1:00pm
Nov 28 Pittsburgh 9:00pm
Dec 4 Tennessee 1:00pm
Dec 11 @Jacksonville 1:00pm
Dec 18 San Diego 1:00pm
Dec 24 @Seattle 4:15pm
Jan 1 Arizona 1:00pm


Something in our favor, both games that we play them, they are coming off of Monday Night games.

Sarg01
04-13-2005, 07:05 PM
Is it me, or does the Colts schedule look a little "spoon fed".

1 cold weather game, 5 of their last 8 at home, week 8 bye, and only 1 back-to-back away game.



That's one more cold game than the Texans have! The bye is nice, though.

texasguy346
04-13-2005, 07:47 PM
I think that's the advantage of being first up. No coach is going to want to pull "the future" out of his first game. Just think what that would do to the guy's confidence. Buffalo as an organization has a reputation for being concerned for more than just on-field production.

That's true, but we thought the same about SD. We were certain that Rivers was going to start since he was the QB of the future. Keep in mind that Buffalo has legitimate playoff hopes, and they've failed on those hopes the past two years. This is Mularkey's second season, and he has some wiggle room, but that defense isn't getting any younger. Their window of oppurtunity is closing quickly, and Holcombe has starting experience. If Losman struggles or doesn't play up to his potential then it's not out of the realm of possibility that Holcombe steals the starting spot. Losman may be the favorite to win the starting spot, but until he's announced as the starter on gameday we shouldn't get too far ahead of ourselves. Besides I recall a rookie QB giving our defense a run for its money back during his first NFL start (Gary Coleman). If not for a late mistake he might have escaped Reliant with a W.

Sarg01
04-13-2005, 08:01 PM
That's true, but we thought the same about SD. We were certain that Rivers was going to start since he was the QB of the future. Besides I recall a rookie QB giving our defense a run for its money back during his first NFL start (Gary Coleman). If not for a late mistake he might have escaped Reliant with a W.

Couple of points:

- SD would have started their rookie had he not held out of training camp. Or maybe if they hadn't drafted a late-1st talent with a Top 5 pick, they might have started him even with the holdout. And SD hardly wiped the floor with us, our sudden case of fumblitis beat us.

- Leftwich is much, much better than Losman, who (IMO) will be a career backup soon.

texasguy346
04-13-2005, 08:10 PM
Couple of points:

- SD would have started their rookie had he not held out of training camp. And SD hardly wiped the floor with us, our sudden case of fumblitis beat us.

- Leftwich is much, much better than Losman, who (IMO) will be a career backup soon.

The Bills GM Tom Donahoe has been a pretty good judge of talent over his career, and for him to trade up into the 1st Round to pick him up says alot about the guy. That means he wasn't impressed with any QB in the 2005 draft, and thought highly enough of Losman to invest in him in 2004. The point about Leftwich is that a rookie QB can beat you. Rothlisberger can attest to that. The Bills have alot of pieces in place, and they're in much better shape than the Chargers were last year when they came in and beat us. It doesn't matter if they wiped the floor with us or if they won on a last second FG. A loss is a loss, and I'm not prepared to chalk up a W just because the Bills will start Losman. This may be his first start, but he does have over a year in the Bills system as well as a full offseason to improve his strength (a major criticism of him when he was drafted). Mularkey is one of the better offensive minds in the NFL, and remember it was him who helped Tommy Maddox (someone that most thought was a bust) resurrect his career even if it was only temporarily. This will be no walk in the park.

Vinny
04-13-2005, 08:20 PM
- Leftwich is much, much better than Losman, who (IMO) will be a career backup soon.I have Losman in one of my dynasty leagues. I think he is going to be good. He shows good touch and can run with the ball effectively to escape trouble.

bigtex77
04-13-2005, 10:00 PM
I was waiting until today to make sure, but i am willing to bet that our first Monday Night Football game will be the rematch with the Cowgirls. I think that we can make some noise with the schedule that we have this season.

edo783
04-13-2005, 11:17 PM
Losman will be as good as Leftwich IMO and likely better. He certainly is more mobil.

D-ReK
04-14-2005, 01:34 AM
Buffalo's GM seems to be really pleased with Losman's development...He also said that if Losman would've come out this year, he'd likely be the 1st overall pick...

Yankee_In_TX
04-14-2005, 09:17 AM
Jp's first full NFL game. Hopefully he stinks up the joint. Can't wait till Sept. 8, 10, 11, and 12.

Texas vs. Ohio State on Sept 10.

Whoo Hoo!!!

GO BUCKEYES!

Are you going? I would have to cry if you are. I'll see them when they're in Austin next year!

Dallas, GREAT! (because of starting law school and a wedding in Ohio, August is busy)

Cinci, BAD! (I wanted it to be a December game, kill seeing family AND a Texans game in one flight)



I lied. Our Houston alumni president just informed me the letter "D" (last name) is getting tickets to the Ohio State v. Texas game. I HAVE to go now!