AJ Said It

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  1. Texan Asylum

    Texan Asylum Christian

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    "Well when we have bad things happen, nobody panics.."

    That's confidence within a team...and I've noticed that that confidence has rubbed off on me - that is to say that I am finding that when adversity or 'problems' arise in the course of a game, for the first time as a Houston football fan, I am not panicking...and THAT'S a wonderful feeling!

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  2. Say Watt

    Say Watt Site Contributor

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    Agreed. I am in the same position. This is the first time in my life with any football team I have rooted for that I am not panicking when bad things happen.
     
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  3. IBleedTexans

    IBleedTexans Superbowl Bound

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    I can say that with about all of our games Except ...... That GB game. I was at the game and the td that JJo let run right past em ( jordy 20 to 30 yarder ) , I knew I had picked the wrong game to go to. This team goes as JJo goes , not enough recognition is given to him . When he's hurt our team severely takes a hit

    Having 2 good corners is a big reason we were able to get pressure on qb. That and JJ Watt of course ..... :kitten::kitten:
     
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  4. thunderkyss

    thunderkyss Salem Poor

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    I know during the Jaguar game, I never thought for one minute that we would lose the game.

    Detroit, there were several times when I said, Fk it... this game doesn't mean anything.

    I'm glad it meant something to them & they kept fighting.

    They're Mentally Ready.
     
  5. 76Texan

    76Texan Hall of Fame

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    Love it!
     
  6. Allstar

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    I haven't panicked, but there has been 3-5 times this last week where I've thought "That's game, oh well". Luckily, fortune has favored us.
     
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    REally??
    He should read our game day threads.
    :D
     
  8. kiwitexansfan

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    I know right, I find myself saying, don't worry the Texans 'know' how to win, when we are down in the 4th quarter and when the other teams O is rolling.
     


  9. Corrosion

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    Schaub made the same statement last week after the Jaq's game ....
     
  10. EllisUnit

    EllisUnit Serving Koolaid

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    Yeah i know how weird it is, i used to panic when we were trailing with 5 minutes left, now i think to myself "They will come back". My how the times have changed.
     
  11. redwhiteANDblue

    redwhiteANDblue Color of Texans

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    Well this isn't entirely true. JJ Watt and Bill Kollar were going at it on the sidelines. Looked like panicking to me
     
  12. 76Texan

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    We need all the guys to panic like that so they can tear it up when they return to the field like Watt :)
     
  13. Corrosion

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    Watt was more pissed off at himself for playing the wrong technique on a specific play .. than being in panic mode. Kollar was just doing his job , finding out what went wrong and fixing it ....
     
  14. EllisUnit

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    if you watch the replay Watt was trying to take the inside gap but the double team cut him off and it looked like the OT was also holding the back of his jersey, on a longer replay i saw of them yelling at eachother i could of sworn i saw him screaming something about the double team.
     
  15. Corrosion

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    I was just making the point that Watt wasnt panicing .... he was pissed off at himself more than anything else.
     
  16. EllisUnit

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    Thats what i like about Watt, never satisfied and always hard on himself. That is what makes a great player great
     
  17. infantrycak

    infantrycak Mod. Staff Member

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    Wasn't panic at all. Our deaf MB member Nitro lip read it and it has been posted. Basically Watt admitted he missed his assignment. Kolar kept explaining the assignment and Watt was saying he knew the play he just screwed it up.
     

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