Don't call us a rival

Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by aj., Dec 26, 2004.

  1. aj.

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    Check out this smug little offering by a Florida TU writer. A little premature nose in the air aloofness?

    We're soooo beneath them. LMAO

    Maybe they should start caring considering their record against us.

    Still whining about a long snapper is hilarious (his name is Pittman not Patterson) and watch the replay - he didn't come anywhere close to "choking" anyone on that play. Whiners.

    Hope to see a bunch of you Austin-heads at the Saxon in about 2 1/2 hours
     
  2. infantrycak

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    Oh my god, how funny.

    Indy can act like we are beneath them since we have never beaten them.

    TN lost that privilege being swept this year and now has to look forward to challenging us again.

    The jags need to worry about getting back to even (the best they can hope for this year) before they get all dismisive.

    And how big a wuss does Henderson look complaining about the LONG SNAPPER hurting him? Whaaaa--and your 2nd string RB talked harshly to us.

    OK this calls for a smiley-- :violin
     
  3. Sco-tai

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    Okay...so I have an email waiting for this guy once the game is over. And if we win, I'm going to send the score in HUGE numbers and sign it "A division opponent".

    What an i d i o t.
     
  4. beerlover

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    sounds like denial-
    • an assertion that rivalry does not exist
    • refusal to believe in the rivalry
    • disbelief in the existance of the rivalry
    • refusal to satisfy rivalry
    • refusal to recognize or acknowledge rivalry
    • self denial to accomadate their own needs
    • an unconscious defense mechanism used to reduce anxiety by denying rivalry

    setting themselves up for the inevitabilty of a loss and the Texans ruining thier season :heh:
     
  5. Joe Texan

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    Man what a bunch of crybabies. Wah Wah Wah
     
  6. Ihategeeks

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    Lions play them week 17

    We'll make sure to make it a happy end to the season.
     
  7. Huge

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    A win today (and putting a big hit on their playoff chances) would go a long way towards shaping this up as a rivalry.
     
  8. Sco-tai

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    This is great! The TV commentators keep talking about what a rivalry and "big match up" this game is.

    Looks like the Jags are the only ones who think they're "above" us.
     
  9. ArlingtonTexan

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    Yeah Jacksonville is NOT OUR rival. :rofl:
     
  10. STEEL BLUE TEXANS

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    The Jags were right. It can't be a rivalry if only 1 team wins the games. LOL
     
  11. Vinny

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    Great article by this Jag dufus. Open mouth, insert foot.
     
  12. texasguy346

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    Definately good for a laugh, and I'm sure he'll get swamped with emails after today's game.
     
  13. Fiddy

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    Well, it still isnt a rivalry because we own them!!! lol, I am not going that far just yet...
     
  14. Vinny

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    Here is the e-mail address of the author of this article. bart.hubbuch@jacksonville.com

     
  15. nunusguy

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    That's right Jags, we're not your rival, we're your DADDY !
     
  16. Hervoyel

    Hervoyel The Right Track

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    I started to send this guy an email but then I thought better of it. What could I possibly say that would turn this guys lightbulb on?
     
  17. axman40

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    Well said all!
    :rofl:
     
  18. Overalls

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    Well I had to drop the boy a line. :loser
     
  19. siconik

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    So, are Texans the second-best team in AFC South? Division records seems to say so.
     
  20. Norville

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    What this guy (and apparently, the Jags players) is that any team in your division should be considered a rival to some extent. This is just more proof (as though we needed any) that Jacksonville is in no way a football town. He can pull out that the Texans haven't existed for very long, but Houston has been a pro football town for decades.
     

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