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Old 01-13-2012   #31
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Default Re: Do Texans fans honestly think they're going to win?

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Originally Posted by YouGotNgata92 View Post
All I hear is every single one of your picking the Texans and not one thing about the Ravens.

How come alot of Texans fans are talking up their defense so much and acting like Flacco doesn't play against good defenses. Just because you have a good defense doesn't mean anything. We have 1 of the best defenses and he practices against them every day not to mention facing the Steelers atleat 2 times a year. Come on, do you really think the Texans will win honestly? Not saying they can't, but every excuse is well Andre Johnson wasn't playing. Guess what, we've beaten the Texans with Andre playing. We were also without our best offensive lineman.

Any thoughts? I think it will be really close.
I agree. it will be a very close game, and in very close games, all it takes is one mistake from Flacco/Yates and thats the ball game. Is it terribly far fetched to think that Flacco could have a bad game and cost the Ravens? I believe its possible that Yates could cost us everything. Will be the most physical of the play-off games this weekend. And the winner is Super Bowl bound, IMO.
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