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Old 10-19-2004   #4
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Originally Posted by Titanico
What about we "arrange" a deal?

The Texans win next game..and then lost the next one..and the Jags lost the next one as well...meanwhile the Titans defeat the Vikings :woot and then Chicago.

Could be nice to have things somehow tied in the division..of course I am not forgeting you have 1/2 game advantage since we lost against your team and the kitties...but then things can turn more exciting don't you all think? :woot
The Vikings are going to be tough for you guys. Just hope that Moss is out with whatever injury he suffered during the Saints game. Take it from us that Marcus Robinson is definately a threat at WR. Our teams essientially battled it out in the air and lost in OT. Just make sure Woolfolk doesn't cover anyone important on the Vikings Defense. Seriously put Bullock on the 3rd WR and keep Woolfolk off the field entirely or you'd get lit up. Chicago has played tough, but they're hurting and I think you'll be able to take that game. Culpeppers gone for 5TDs in his last 2 games, and has gone for 3 games at 5TD all year. You'll definately have your hands full considering the trouble you had with Houston's passing attack last week. Good Luck!
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