Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by Carr Bombed, Sep 16, 2018.
Heck no. How did you come up with that conclusion.
I'm just saying a lot of those games could have went either way. And that that team didn't quit like you'll claim they did. So I don't understand how or why you would even ask a question like that.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and your own words speak for themselves
Nowhere in my comment said anything about being satisfied with a 6 win season. You're reaching big time or you're already buzzed this early in the day.
No, but your comments were alluding to how great they would have been managing a 5 or 6 win season...read your damn posts
Again you're wrong. No way in hell my comment alluded to that. You're just nitpicking. I know you're way more smarter than that.
Was "way more smarter" intentional?
comments not comment... are you 'way more' smarter than that?
Nowhere in this comment or comments alludes to me saying I was satisfied with them going 6-10.
Geeezzz some people be on some crap sometimes.
And the topic at hand was about them quitting. Which is completely false.
Do you not understand the difference between comment and comments?
Geeez some people are so obtuse
Do you not understand comment/comments. Go back and read JB. None of them showed any freaking signs of excitement about a 6 win season. Nor was that the point of said topic. In which was the 2013 Texans quit.
Move on. Look, there's average organ size to argue over there.
261 pages of Fire O'Brian now and no results yet. Carry on
It was time to break out the pink soap 3 years ago.
Now we're in year 6 of a 3 year rebuild.
No results? There’s 5 years of results.
It’ll be ironic if the defense is what gets O’Brien fired. I can actually see that happening this year.
Yep. And the soap needs some use.
So can I ask, this tough schedule everyone keeps talking about is mainly tough because of the other teams offense. Their defense have been middle of the pack to below average except the Ravens which had a great defense.
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