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Old 08-12-2013   #24
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Default Re: The Dirty Little Truth About the Texans Roof Policy

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Originally Posted by Porky View Post
Miami is open air. Jax is open. Other warm areas are as well. If it was oriented different, with a different roof design, I bet the air flow and breezes would be much better.
I understand your point. & I agree with you, football should be played in the elements.

The only thing I'd like to inject, is that Houston is not a "warm" area. It's hot as fck in August & September. But from October through February, the roof should be open, rain or shine.
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