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Old 09-01-2012   #25
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Default Re: Do we have a Super Bowl team or not?

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Originally Posted by thunderkyss View Post
I remember being in this situation twice before, being this optimistic about our teams future.

As a fan of Houston football, you know the other foot is about to drop.
You do realize this has no affect on future performance, right?

Look, the AFC is weaker than it has been in years. Pittsburgh is aging. Baltimore is re-tooling their defense. The Patriots have concerns on both sides of the ball. There is no other franchise in the AFC better prepared to compete with these teams than the Texans.

No the Texans are not a perfect team. That doesn't exist in the salary cap era that exists now. But for all of their questions, they have more answers. No other AFC team can throw out the collection of talent the Texans have (AJ, Foster, Brown, Watt, Barwin, Cushing, Joseph). Given the correct chemistry and guidance, that talent should shine through.
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