Being completely serious here I have to ask that question because the past few games have probably been harder to take than some of the early season blow-outs and we're going to lose some fans this year. There's going to be a number of "I'm out of here until they start winning" posts. Those are going to be a lot like cockroaches too. For every one you see there are probably ten people out there bailing on the Texans that you don't see. I'm here with some some relatively good news though so don't worry about it. Are you ready to hear the good news? Well here it is; This is the worst it's going to get right now. It's not going to get any worse. We are literally at the most frustrating point in the Kubiak/Texans "development" so don't go bailing out on them now. Sure it might not get better (which would mean this regime was a failure) but it won't get worse, I give you my word on that. Many of you will be saying right now that the beginning of the year with the terrible butt-kickings was worse. Technically speaking you're right but they weren't more frustrating then, they were just more inept. The progress (and yes there has been progress) has raised expectations and resulted in signs of the team having a pulse. This makes the mistakes harder to bear and it makes the current Texans harder to watch than probably any version of the team to date. We're at a milestone in the teams fortunes. In one direction lies improvement, respectability, and eventually a winning season (no, not this year of course but way to stay optimistic!). In the other direction lies failure and the Texans next head coach. If you made it this far and you still care about what the Texans are doing you need to hold on until the end of the year. If things go nowhere the rest of the way then I'm not going to blame anyone for not coming back. I think that's more than reasonable. If you've invested 5 years in this team and you're just plain worn out by the losses then I can understand that. They're not an easy team to love at this point. Take a look at the Cowboys and how they've fared since that game in 2002. Do you know what their fans have that Texans fans don't (besides Super Bowls)? They have "the good times" to look back on. People in here tend to talk down about Cowboy fans living in the past but what do you do when you're team is rebuilding? You live in the past a little. Right now there are Titans fans out there suffering through another long losing season as they fumble around and rebuild but they look back at their first couple of years in Nashville and it gives them that little extra resolve they need to hang in with their team. That's the story throughout the NFL (with the exception of here, and maybe Detroit). We don't have any good times to look back on to make this easier so we're all just going to have to suck it up and "take the pain". From Oiler days of old I know that this is the toughest part of the deal. This is "Hugh Campbell time" not "Chuck Studley time". This is where we find out if Gary Kubiak can do the job. Heaven knows they're not good but they aren't bad either. Last year they were bad, no doubt about it. This year they've got a chance to win any game they're in from here on out. They'll tease you every week until they turn the corner or regress back to their former pitiful selves and all you can do is show up and hope for the best. The good news is there's hope. That was in short supply this time last season.