bright spots?

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  1. Silver Oak

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    how about DeMeco Ryans running that fumble in for a touchdown. SWEET!!!

    Bennett played well in the time I watched him today.
     
  2. Vinny

    Vinny shiny happy fan Staff Member

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    The fans got out alive and the stadium didn't burn to the ground. That's the first one that comes to mind. We all made it out safe....cept for the bar-fight/sucker punch in the platinum lot....probably alive, but incarcerated I assume.
     
  3. Maddict5

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    TJ was good
     
  4. Silver Oak

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    I also don't think they rushed the ball on us as well as I thought they would. 161 yards, but frankly, I was thinking it could have been worse.

    Sucker punch in Platinum Lot you say? Hopefully a titans teeth are scattered somewhere in that Lot.
     
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    How about Kevin Walter? That's two good games back to back.
     
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    He was great ! What an effort by the big guy.
     
  7. kiwitexansfan

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    All those fantasy owners starting Sage Rosenfels got some production...
     
  8. Runner

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    So I guess you won't be complaining about the cheap shot on Schaub?
     


  9. Vinny

    Vinny shiny happy fan Staff Member

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    The Haynesworth hit? I thought that was a bad call on the Refs part...you can't stop that much human in one step. I don't know what they expect the linemen to do.
     
  10. False Start

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    When the sun was shining at the right angle there was a bright spot on the field ................ thats all I can come up with .

    Actually , Kevin Walter's performance today was the only thing that really stuck out to me .
     
  11. houstonhurricane

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    Bennett played with passion and was extremely physical - I think he is a future star.
     
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    I didn't think it was head to head, which I think is what they called on the field. Maybe he drove him into the ground. I gave the benefit of the doubt to cheap shot since it was Haynesworth. :)

    I do think it is ironic that is exactly what many people hoped Mario would do Young the past three Titans games.
     
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    I'll settle for solid #2CB. Right with ya though.
     
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    the Texans never quit even after being down 32 to 7 :cool:
     
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    The hit looked clean to me, but from the replay on the TV it did look like the side of Haynesworth's helmet hit Schaub's helmet (not head on) although it was more incidental than anything. That was a pretty devastating sack for Schaub, getting smacked full force by a 300+ pound man and have him drive you down into the turf with all his weight on top of you. The refs kinda gave us a break with the roughing call.
     
  16. Texans Horror

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    I think the fourth quarter was pretty good. More touchdowns than the Texans have made in a while.
     
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    I couldn't care less how physical my corners are, Deion Sanders was a ***** cat and shut down entire passing games by himself.

    I want cover skills, has Bennett shown us many of those??
     
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    Honoring Earl 34 Hey Koolaid

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    Bennett had the hit of the game on special teams .
     
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    Uh, yes he did. And if you don't think Robinson's physical play isn't a huge benefit to the team, you are missing something. Having Bennett also bring physical play to the other side of the field is a major plus...
     
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    Zac Diles did a good job recovering the on side kick.
     

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