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Old 01-15-2013   #1
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Default I know its Bleacher Report, but still a good read

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Revisiting Houston Texans 2012 Predictions

Ultimately, the Houston offense was not Super Bowl worthy, and a lack of talent alongside Johnson was a big reason why.
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Houston was a good, not great, team in 2012.

There's every reason to expect more of the same in 2013.
^ From the article, and I pretty much agree.
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Default Re: I know its Bleacher Report, but still a good read

Bleacher Report is now on the main page of CNN. It is now their sports talk page.

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If you want their SI page you have to type in SI.cnn.com
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