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BullBlitz
12-31-2011, 10:31 AM
After we beat the Titans, it's on to the playoffs where we will have the opportunity to play 4 more games if we continue to win.

How do you see the season playing out?

Ktexan68
12-31-2011, 10:36 AM
I desperately hope I'm wrong but if I'm being honest, I see us losing next weekend. That being said, if we show some signs of offensive life tomorrow, I might feel a bit better about it. The silver lining to all of this though is: Our team looks loaded for the next several years and we're not likely to suffer through this sort of injury barrage again (please god).

ObsiWan
12-31-2011, 10:48 AM
I want to see how AJ is doing and how TJ meshes with him. That will have a big influence on how I vote.
The last deep ball TJ completed was to a 50-yd strike to AJ. If TJ-to-AJ can pick up from there, we have a shot to do some damage in the playoffs.

TexansBlood
12-31-2011, 10:55 AM
I see us winning the wildcard game without a doubt, being at home is a plus. The level of noise that us fans gave during the Falcon game will be nothing compared to next weekend. The following game will be really hard.

MistaRed
12-31-2011, 11:17 AM
I think we win the wild card game but lose in the Divisional round. I hope I'm wrong about the latter.

EllisUnit
12-31-2011, 11:22 AM
WE WIN IT ALL....

(END THREAD) :barman:

Mr teX
12-31-2011, 11:25 AM
1 & done...I just can't get past that we have a 3rd string rookie starting at qb for us.

EllisUnit
12-31-2011, 11:28 AM
1 & done...I just can't get past that we have a 3rd string rookie starting at qb for us.

and imagine how Patriot fans felt when Brady took over :mail:

Runner
12-31-2011, 11:44 AM
and imagine how Patriot fans felt when Brady took over :mail:

Or the fans of the many, many, teams whose teams have tanked after losing just their first string QB...

EllisUnit
12-31-2011, 11:53 AM
Or the fans of the many, many, teams whose teams have tanked after losing just their first string QB...

yep. Man i dunno to me this season is playing out like a hollywood script. To me it just seems fitting for us to go to the superbowl.

All the injuries, the last 2 games colapses. losing to the 1-13 colts. Just seems very erry to me.

DX-TEX
12-31-2011, 12:34 PM
Texans demolish the Bengals at home and the Steelers beat the Denver Tebows in round 1.

We get revenge in Baltimore where Cushing and Barwin go off for 9 sacks combined and Flacco cries. Steelers expose what NE calls a defense.

AFC Championship game: Texans assault big ben embarrasing them 42-3.

Texans vs Niners in Superbowl.

EllisUnit
12-31-2011, 12:37 PM
Texans demolish the Bengals at home and the Steelers beat the Denver Tebows in round 1.

We get revenge in Baltimore where Cushing and Barwin go off for 9 sacks combined and Flacco cries. Steelers expose what NE calls a defense.

AFC Championship game: Texans assault big ben embarrasing them 42-3.

Texans vs Niners in Superbowl.

Would be awesome for sure. I can only hope it turns out that perfect.

Luckly for me i am a homer who is blinded by my koolaid red,white and blue sunglasses. So thinking that could happen is no problem :barman:

drunkcookie
12-31-2011, 12:46 PM
The Texans front office digs around the NFL rule book and finds loop-holes in the IR rules... Because Matt Schaub will not physically set his feet on the field, he will be allowed to play in that scooter thing he is rolling around in... the scooter, even on a dying battery, allows Schaub to be even more mobile than he was with two healthy legs (if they even qualify as normal legs)... Kubiak programs scooter to drop back three yards in a handing off motion before jolting to either the right or left (bootleg, left/right option controlled by Kubiak, button on bigassplaysheet)... Since Schaub's legs are not so strong anyway (hence no strong arm, no legs behind passes), he's still able to sling it around rather well just sitting down in the scooter...

Texans break playoff scoring records... Cushing suspended for playoffs for cheapshotting every unworthy offensive probowler... Watt kicked out of league and put on a white bus headed to Hunstville for beating ref within inch of his life after another BS roughing call... defense still does enough without the two and in spite of Kareem The Bad Dream Jackson and win the Super Bowl...

Then I woke up, and they were bounced out in the second round...

thunderkyss
12-31-2011, 03:01 PM
I desperately hope I'm wrong but if I'm being honest, I see us losing next weekend.

How is this being honest?

None of the teams we might play is playing any better than we are right now.

Cincinnati isn't, Oakland isn't, The Jets aren't, & Tennessee ain't.

The Jets are the only team that might be considered "salty" that might be able to use their play-off experience to channel some inner greatness.

But we've beat Cincy with Tj Yates, & while there was a little luck involved, Cincy had some of that go their way in that game & still lost (that Tate Fumble).

Oakland... Yeah, we lost, again more of that luck stuff that could go either way. They had one more break than we did.

Tennessee.... we're going to get a good game from them. We made them quit at home...... we'll make them quit @Reliant.

I'm expecting a win next weekend, regardless who we play (unless Baltimore somehow end up in the 6th seed which is impossible).

We'll then go to Baltimore/Pittsburgh..... if a spark is lit with that first win, I'm hoping the AFC Championship game comes back to Houston where we'll play Baltimore/Pittsburgh.

Neither of those teams will beat us @Reliant, we won't let them.

Then it's on to the Super Bowl & we'll probably play the 49ers..... our mirror image.

thunderkyss
12-31-2011, 03:02 PM
I want to see how AJ is doing and how TJ meshes with him. That will have a big influence on how I vote.
The last deep ball TJ completed was to a 50-yd strike to AJ. If TJ-to-AJ can pick up from there, we have a shot to do some damage in the playoffs.

That was the last completion. He's been throwing them deep, that knuckle head can't catch them.

thunderkyss
12-31-2011, 03:04 PM
Texans demolish the Bengals at home and the Steelers beat the Denver Tebows in round 1.

We get revenge in Baltimore where Cushing and Barwin go off for 9 sacks combined and Flacco cries. Steelers expose what NE calls a defense.

AFC Championship game: Texans assault big ben embarrasing them 42-3.

Texans vs Niners in Superbowl.

Why are we the only ones seeing this?

:barman:

EllisUnit
12-31-2011, 03:20 PM
That was the last completion. He's been throwing them deep, that knuckle head can't catch them.

true he threw it deep to J.J a few weeks ago and he let it go right through his hands i doubt TJ has much faith ij JJ at this point, and i dont blame him.

DX-TEX
12-31-2011, 03:25 PM
Why are we the only ones seeing this?

:barman:

No one else has starting New Years drinking yet?

:barman:

Playoffs
12-31-2011, 05:04 PM
Texans win the Super Bowl.

February 5, 2012, this TexansTalk poll will be posted :

Should Kubiak Get Another Year?

1) Yes ......... 38%
2) No ........... 62%

GNTLEWOLF
12-31-2011, 05:53 PM
To me, this is an easy one. We are one and done!:headhurts:

EllisUnit
12-31-2011, 05:54 PM
To me, this is an easy one. We are one and done!:headhurts:

Dont see how anyone can say that, with our defense anything is possible, If kubiak lets yates play anything is possible.

ObsiWan
12-31-2011, 06:13 PM
and imagine how Patriot fans felt when Brady took over :mail:

Bledsoe got hurt early in the season, like the first game, so Brady had most of the season to mesh with his offense and get the fans behind him. By playoff time they knew they had a solid QB.

ObsiWan
12-31-2011, 06:17 PM
Texans win the Super Bowl.

February 5, 2012, this TexansTalk poll will be posted :

Should Kubiak Get Another Year?

1) Yes ......... 38%
2) No ........... 62%

Naaah... the bandwagon muffhuggers will make the vote closer than that.
:bubbles:

BullBlitz
01-01-2012, 09:25 PM
I wanted to wait until I saw today's game to vote. I think that Delhomme was good enough in his first game with us to beat the Bengals, but that we lose when we go on the road.

GNTLEWOLF
01-02-2012, 12:37 AM
Dont see how anyone can say that, with our defense anything is possible, If kubiak lets yates play anything is possible.

How can I say that? how can I say that?...Hmmmm See Titans/Texans, Colts/Texans, or Carolina/Texans games and get back to me....

We aren't playing well, We have injuries at significant positions, have I mentioned we aren't playing well.
I'm sorry, but no amount of koolaide can make me blind to what I see... I hope I'm wrong...BUT!!!

BullNation4Life
01-02-2012, 12:42 AM
How can I say that? how can I say that?...Hmmmm See Titans/Texans, Colts/Texans, or Carolina/Texans games and get back to me....

We aren't playing well, We have injuries at significant positions, have I mentioned we aren't playing well.
I'm sorry, but no amount of koolaide can make me blind to what I see... I hope I'm wrong...BUT!!!

and Cincy has YET to beat a playoff team this year, 1-6 against winning teams and backed into the playoffs because Tim Tebow remembered he is Tim Tebow...

guess you failed to look up that little tid bit of factual info...

but you go ahead and keep your "realist" I mean hater attitude...

GNTLEWOLF
01-02-2012, 01:31 AM
and Cincy has YET to beat a playoff team this year, 1-6 against winning teams and backed into the playoffs because Tim Tebow remembered he is Tim Tebow...

guess you failed to look up that little tid bit of factual info...

but you go ahead and keep your "realist" I mean hater attitude...

That is indeed a vital fact and I thank you for pointing it out to me. It does make me feel a little better about our chances, but just a little. You see, if we are going to talk that kind of factual information , let's....
The 2-14 Colts didn't beat a single play-off team all year, until Christmas day. And let's see, who was that play-off team?? Oh yeah, it was us...
Same kind of fact or statistic if you will.
Statistics don't win football games. They are a nice measuring stick of performance at times though, I'll grant you.
Now I know that the Colts are not in the play-offs so we don't have to worry about them. And I know that we have already beaten the Bengals once this year ( just like we had previously drubbed the Colts and Titans before recent losses to them) , but none of that means this team is going to either win or lose next week.
What I have seen from the Texans that makes me think we are one and done is that the old culture of losing , along with key injuries seems to have crept back in. I'm trying really hard not to mention that Kubiak looks like he is back to playing not to lose as well. Some folks think he has this genius master plan. I just laugh and think,"Yeah, it is the master coach outsmarting himself again by trying to be the smartest guy in the room."
BTW, I don't get butt hurt when folks who believe themselves to be better fans call me a hater. I know I'm not. I just don't like how I see this team trending or rather, NOT peaking at a time when they need to be playing well. Momentum does mean something in the play-offs and the Texans have none right now. Sorry but that is my opinion, and that is what the poll asked.