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Old 11-12-2012   #37
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Default Re: The Oilers would have lost this game

I don't know. The run & shoot team might have lost it, but the Luv Ya Blue squad might not have. You just never know.

The Texans might bring this town a Lombardi trophy or more some day, but there's going to be a whole ton of heartbreaking losses in between. Games they shoulda, coulda won but didn't. It's hard to win in this league. The Patriots went 16-0, the Packers went 15-1, and both finished their seasons disappointed.

For me, the Oilers died on January 3, 1993. Lived and died with them 'til then. Earl Campbell is still the greatest RB I've ever seen play. I'll always have those memories, but they're long gone now and the franchise they are is one of the franchises I despise the most in all of sports. The only thing I want for that franchise is for their owner to live - long enough to see the Texans win the Super Bowl.
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