It's not really worthless, whenever the end result is identical. See, groundhog day happens there in Nashville too. BTW, Earl is honored every year here in Houston by the Texans as are most Oilers of days gone by. We hold fond memories for the players, not the owner / organization. The players were merely employees that happened to work for Satan. We actually find it quite amusing that the likes of Earl and Bum won't have anything to do with that franchise, now.
Sure we're dreaming about our first playoff appearance. Even if that first appearance doesn't go well, we'll be happy. But to compare that experience to a franchise that has a history of collapse (even in its time in Nashville) are two separate animals. A #1 seed, that collapses at home should be an embarrasment. Back to back 8-8 seasons is nothing to be proud of I agree but I remember a certain franchise in that had 3 x 8-8 seasons before making it to a super bowl.
Oh boy Jeff, 7 years is such a large body of work to make statements like "done nothing franchise" is really pretty weak. Exactly where did that "best record" take y'all? Oh that's right, your team will be watching this weekend exactly like the Texans. We didn't make fun of the valedictorian at my school, we just taped him to the goal posts.
We (Texans fans) don't live in the past. We only
have 7 years. The only thing we do is make fun of Dud's team, past present and future.