When looking back at the 3 teams the Texans faced prior to there win against Miami and looking at the way those teams played yesterday, I realize that Philly, Indy, and Washington should be in the playoffs this year if the have the same success that they have had in the early season baring injuries. Everyone (Mainstream Media sources) said that the Texans were one of the worst if not the worse team in the League but I would like to see how they can merit that statement. Lets look at the facts. The Texans faced 3 of the top 10 passing QBs in the League in the first three games. The Texans faced 3 of the top 5 offenses in the league in the first 3 games. David Carr looked the same last game as he did in his previous 3 games, solid not great. The difference? A defensive presence for a change. Our defensive doesnt have to be stellar, simply be middle of the pack (18-22th is asking too much) and the Texans will have a winning season. Oh, and if we were bashing the Texans for losing to Washington like we did, I wonder what Jacksonville ..that 12-4 team is feeling right now. Plug the following teams in Texans schedule place for the first 4 games and think about what there record would be: NY Jets Carolina Panthers St. Louis Rams Pittsburg Steelers Arizona Cardinals Detroit Lions Tennessee Titans Buffalo Bills Oakland Raiders New Orleans Tampa Bay Cleveland Green Bay NY Giants Minnesota Jacksonville Miami Kansas City At best 2-2 IMO. Yes we need to dramatically improve, but I get alittle POd when even after a win I hear, Bench David Carr or well that was Miami, we are suppose to beat them. If I remember correctly, there were a lot of people (Mainstream Media Sources) that picked Miami for the Super Bowl and the Texans to win 4 games.