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Old 06-08-2005   #21
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my favourite moment was before the game against the Packers when the ESPN intro to the game was that "new gunslinger (Carr) versus "the old sheriff" Farve man that was awesome it gave me goosebumps.
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Old 06-08-2005   #22
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Even though this was a play, I'd have to say it was one of my favorite 5 seconds of Texans football.
Jamie Sharpers tribecta against the Jags (If i remember correctly) Sack, forced fumble, fumble recovery and TD!!! god that was great.... followed by:
a trifecta, is only three things, hence tri.... the term i prefer, and Boomer used on ESPN is a grand slam
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I know it was technically the end of a play and not a fond memory, but Gaffney's premature td celebration/fumble is pretty funny now.
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Old 06-08-2005   #24
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Not playing Mr. Nice-guy to the Titans anymore:

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I still love seeing Peek come from the far side of the field to be around the ball on that play. The definition of sideline to sideline pursuit.
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I was so excited over the game clinching play to even remember the Bull Pen celebration. Awesome picture.
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Does anybody have the clip of D-rob laying out the Broncos Fullback or the catch against the vikings where AJ got flipped?
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yeah the cell phone one with carr was good. He let everyone know fast it was a joke though LOL
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best play was vs. the Raiders when Jason Simmons leveled that Oakland OL guy
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Surrounded by Viking fans, they were some obnoxious get the hell out of my stadium jerkwads. Once the Texans started coming back, couldn't hear a peep from them. They left the stadium with a new respect for the Texans.
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Does anybody have the clip of D-rob laying out the Broncos Fullback?

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So, back to the original question of favorite moment other than a play... I would say (as is every season) the first tailgate of the season.
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One memorable moment was went the lights went out.....something about a balloon in the parking lot?
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I still love seeing Peek come from the far side of the field to be around the ball on that play. The definition of sideline to sideline pursuit.
Why isnt Wong running towards the ball instead of parralel with it? I always wondered that
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Looks like Wong is just using the sideline as an extra defender, and funneling Brown out of bounds.
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Looks like Wong is just using the sideline as an extra defender, and funneling Brown out of bounds.
It looks like if he ran straight at him he could have stopped him 3 yards earlier. To me it just doesnt look aggressive enough.
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As far as he knows he is the last line of defense. He has to do what he can to contain him until he knows for sure he has help. Let's assume Simmons wasn't behind him. Would you rather he dove at Brown and missed thus letting him get a longer run? Or would you rather he force him out of bounds and not lose him? The guy already had the 1st Down. Wong is a very smart player. I think he would've gambled and went after Brown differently if he felt he could've made the play w/o much risk.

*Edit* After looking at it again you can tell Wong is headed straight toward Brown, and only goes "parallel" to him for about half a yard before Simmons comes in for the hit.
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*Edit* After looking at it again you can tell Wong is headed straight toward Brown, and only goes "parallel" to him for about half a yard before Simmons comes in for the hit.
Yeah on second look he was going straight at him till just a couple yards away and your also right about the guy already having a first down...so thanks for making me feel stupid LOL . It's just I always saw Sharper stop the runner two or three yards after he should have and I dont want to see that rub off on Wong because I really like Wong's game.

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It's difficult to see much from that small little clip. You really need a game tape to see the whole field and where all the other players are. I think Wong has the smarts and mentality to make it as an ILB. I just hope his reactions are as quick inside as they were on the outside. There's no doubt we'll be a quicker team with him and Greenwood in the middle. The offseason can't end soon enough for me.

BTW No need to feel stupid. Its just an honest mistake. Happens to me all the time. :brickwall
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