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Old 08-13-2013   #50
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Default Re: The Dirty Little Truth About the Texans Roof Policy

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Originally Posted by Speedy View Post
Except no one knows if it's really retractable any more. It's beginning to become a myth, legend, that it can actually open.
Drive by during the week. It's always open.

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FWIW the Texans under Kubiak:
22-15 (.595) with the roof closed.
15-6 (.714) with the roof open
Well hellzz yeah. Keep that mutha open.

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...BTW, I must say that I haven't had a bad seat in that stadium, whether I was there for football or the rodeo. It just seems well designed for the fan in the stands.
I'll have to disagree. I've had season tickets in the nosebleeds since 2006. Originally, I told them I wanted to be on the aisle, because I wanted easy access in & out of my seats.

Didn't take me long to realize that was a mistake.

Now, I'm still in the nose bleeds, but I'm in seats 14 & 15. I don't have to get up for anybody (30 seats in the aisle) & I don't have inconsiderate people crossing in front of me as they snap the ball.
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