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Old 09-12-2005   #41
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This next game should be Battle Red...so that all of our players' blood doesn't stain our clothes from the massacre on the field.

Although I wish I could say different...I don't have a good feeling about next Sunday.
Damn...I hate to admit it....but you're right. It should be battle red for that reason and that reason only.
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Old 09-12-2005   #42
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Damn...I hate to admit it....but you're right. It should be battle red for that reason and that reason only.
Maybe Battle Red and BAGS ... .... are we there yet?
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Willie Parker, where'd he come from? 161 yards in his first start? Last season he had 186 yards in 8 games and now combined (2004 and 2005) I think he just surpassed Tony Hollings career totals if Tony plays the next ten years.
Undrafted free agent last season....he did put up 102 yards in the last game of the year in 2004 against a buffalo team that had to win to have a shot to make the playoffs.....granted he did this with 2nd and 3rd stringers around him.....


some of the posts in here are freakin hilarious......there is no way the Texans are as bad as they looked yesterday...that said....unless the OL can play much better or your secondary can actually cover someone....it will be a long day next Sunday....
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I say Pittsburgh wins it 35-10. I know they have the number one defense, but there's no way our offense can be THAT bad again...at least I hope not.
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Old 09-12-2005   #45
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Undrafted free agent last season....he did put up 102 yards in the last game of the year in 2004 against a buffalo team that had to win to have a shot to make the playoffs.....granted he did this with 2nd and 3rd stringers around him.....


some of the posts in here are freakin hilarious......there is no way the Texans are as bad as they looked yesterday...that said....unless the OL can play much better or your secondary can actually cover someone....it will be a long day next Sunday....

Lets start by saying .... Our secondary is probably the only bright spot on the team .... That said .... Go ahead and look past this game on your schedule , act as if it doesnt exist .... here's the Patriots home page http://www.patriots.com/homepage/ .... Im sure you can find their MB from there .... :brickwall
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there is no way the Texans are as bad as they looked yesterday
if you say so!

Is that like looking at a thunderstorm and saying, "there is no way that rain is as wet as it looks"?

I hope you're right, though. At the moment, they are a paper tiger.
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Undrafted free agent last season....he did put up 102 yards in the last game of the year in 2004 against a buffalo team that had to win to have a shot to make the playoffs.....granted he did this with 2nd and 3rd stringers around him.....


some of the posts in here are freakin hilarious......there is no way the Texans are as bad as they looked yesterday...that said....unless the OL can play much better or your secondary can actually cover someone....it will be a long day next Sunday....

You're talking about a team who beat your Steelers in 2002 with only 47 yards of offense. Technically speaking from that game to this one we're only 73 yards better than we were then so yeah, we suck pretty bad.
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Lets start by saying .... Our secondary is probably the only bright spot on the team .... That said .... Go ahead and look past this game on your schedule , act as if it doesnt exist .... here's the Patriots home page http://www.patriots.com/homepage/ .... Im sure you can find their MB from there .... :brickwall

don't get all pissy....Didn't I point out that the texans were not as bad as they looked yesterday....I was really hoping they would beat the hell out of the bills since their fans are ignorant.....
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You're talking about a team who beat your Steelers in 2002 with only 47 yards of offense. Technically speaking from that game to this one we're only 73 yards better than we were then so yeah, we suck pretty bad.
yeah yeah yeah....but you guys let Aaron Glenn go.....and I for one am happy as hell.....
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don't get all pissy....Didn't I point out that the texans were not as bad as they looked yesterday....I was really hoping they would beat the hell out of the bills since their fans are ignorant.....

Im not "gettin all Pissy" .... just saving us both the trouble of watching next weeks debacle the Texans call an NFL game
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How do you know this? Don't tell me they have talent, without showing me i games. just go out and do it.Games are not won on paper, games are won on the field, until this teams shows it can win on the field, there will be little faith.

Ok let me start over. I said have faith, it's one game in a long season.

I said I THINK even if the Texans play their A game they'd have a hard time beating the Steelers.

The Texans DO have talent and DO have the capability to beat teams. They are lacking in the O line no doubt but there are ways to score and play well without having the best O line in the league. When you have players like Johnson and DD you can score in this league.

I simply don't get the doom and gloom. One thing though....just from this board it's more what the Texans didn't do and less what the Bills did. I don't see many people giving the Bills any credit. It's just how bad the Texans are.
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Well WWDJ what do you suggest we all do as we start our fourth season with every single one of the same problems we had when we started play in 2002? We've all been waiting for three years to see this team play better and you apparently saw the game. Tell me how this is better or how you think it's going to get better.

You ever hear that overused line about the definition of insanity? It goes something like "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting a different outcome".

The Texans are starting their fourth year without a line that can get the job done and yet they expect a different outcome. I don't anymore.

This team HAS played better each year. I didn't think they were a playoff team based on the very tough division they are in and also conference. This is the first game. They stunk. They played a much better team.
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Thanks for the laughs. It should be a to have funny remarks like i've seen posted.
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Just in time for the bye week. Plenty of time to get a new coaching staff in place. Someone make a call to Ed Biles and Hugh Campbell. We need them now more than ever!
You guys, Dom Capers is a good coach. He is one of the builders of the Steeler Defence. I just can't wish you luck sunday
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A big game at home. They are a big Dawg. Look for the Texans to throw a shutout and win by nine points. Three field goals on the way to developing the offense. By the end of the season it will be a well oiled machine.
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Willie Parker, where'd he come from? 161 yards in his first start? Last season he had 186 yards in 8 games and now combined (2004 and 2005) I think he just surpassed Tony Hollings career totals if Tony plays the next ten years.
Willie was signed by Mac Brown at UNC, Mac was hired by Texas and the new coach at UNC, John Bunting told Willie he wanted him heavier, Willie said no so, was the 3rd string back. Willie showed up at Latrobe *Steeler camp* and asked for a tryout, he made the team as an undrafted rookie. He started the Buffalo game last year. Steelers 3rd string against Buffalos 1st string, who were trying to make the playoffs. Willie torched them for 102 yards. Us Steeler fans were never worried about using our 3rd string back. Even Duce now says, Willie should start
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