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Old 12-27-2011   #93
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Default Re: Here's the reality of the situation (It ain't pretty)

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Originally Posted by Double Barrel View Post
That game was the first time in NFL history that a 1 win team beat a 10 win team.

Let that sink in for a moment. Do you understand why 10 win teams don't lose to 1 win teams? And can you now see why this might be disconcerting to some Texans fans?

As far as the game not meaning anything...let's not forget playoff positions and the Texans history in Indy. That game had meaning. Unfortunately, now it means something else with the Texans bringing home yet another crappy NFL first record for our scrapbook.
I think this hits the nail on the head. For those that still don't get it, WE ARE NOT A TEN WIN TEAM, & have not been since Matt II broke his collar bone. Add a new right guard into the mix (with some obvious communication issues) & you get what we got.

We've got a team that needs to learn how to win, how to take that game plan you saw Thursday & score 37 points against a completly inferior opponent like the Bucs or the Colts.

Kubiak has one more week to get her done, or it's one & done.
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