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Old 01-10-2013   #14
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Default Re: Bill Belichick: Talk about another rout of Texans is 'garbage'

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Originally Posted by Marcus View Post
When the Texans played the Pats earlier this season, they went up there wearing their cute little letter jackets, saying it was the most important game and all that. And then, when they down a couple of TDs, they basically panicked, acting like they've never been there before.

Bellchick doesn't want his team coming out flat, and looking ahead to Denver.

But sometimes coaches, even Belichick, doesn't always get what they want from their players. Part of him is scared sh!tless that history might repeat itself.

The Texans, this time, are going up there knowing that everyone thinks its gonna be another blowout.

I'll be watching this game more out of curiosity than anything else.
For the bolded..article on not just respect for Texans but how 7 years of nothing haunts them

http://sports.yahoo.com/news/nfl--se...213152898.html

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Bill Belichick and Tom Brady both arrived in New England in 2000. The Super Bowl championships came fast 2001 (Brady's first as a subbed-in starter), 2003 and 2004. It was a dynasty, almost overnight. And although the task wasn't easy or simple, it was accelerated.

Since then, nothing.

Tom Brady reacts after throwing an INT in the Super Bowl vs. the Giants last year. (AP)Seven years of falling short and make no mistake, anything less than everything is falling short for competitors of this intensity. Especially by now, with the Houston Texans arriving Sunday for an AFC divisional playoff game. Especially after all these years of relentless churn, of boilerplate double-digit win seasons derailed by crushing injuries and gut-punch defeats, of Januarys and Februarys somehow lost.
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