"I think we looked more like a team today," Capers said. "Our goal was to take the game into the fourth quarter and find a way to win. We put ourselves in position to win in the fourth quarter against the hottest team in the league." This quote is from Monday's Ghronicle. This has been Caper's Philosophy since the Texans inception and will remain that way-by now, every team in the league knows this, making it that much easier to game plan against us. Unfortunately, our worse qtr Sunday was the 4th--multiple sacks,turn overs,16 plays/42 net yds. and-according to Capers-the 4th qtr is the only qtr we'll try to win in if the score has been kept close the other qtrs. It's called 'coaching not to lose.' Trade marks of this genre include keeping the score close-ball control/'eating' the clock up/not taking chances/being conservative/trying to score on final drive if everything else falls into place. We start each game with a small window in which to win that game if the scenario pans out, so sit back and enjoy the games.