Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by Texans_bull, Oct 18, 2010.
Foster on Rome in hour #3
Damnit! We always suck when we start getting national attention. STAY HUMBLE TEXANS!!!
has he been on yet? not sure why i want to hear it. rome never has decent interviews.
I haven't heard it yet....I actually like his interviews.
Brett Bielma on now.
so... how was it?
I listened to it and it was good, I am not good a parphrasing what was said.
I will say that Rome was complimentary of Arian and Arian did handle his interview well, Rome definately gave Arian props.
We are going to lose the next game. This season, both of our losses followed a player going on Rome. It is inevitable.
I have little to no hope of the Texans beating the Colts at Indy on Monday night. Fool Peyton once, shame on, shame on you, fool Peyton twice, shame on him?
3 Texans have been on Rome this year that I've heard...
Winston, AJ and Foster...
Hopefully the third is the charm...
reverse jungle karma
Was it in pterodactyl? Just axin..
Michael Mandt: Owen Daniels will be Alone With @jimrome on JRIB today.
No one ever defeats the bye week. In the history of the NFL, no team has ever played "bye" and gotten a W
That's the TV show on ESPN, right ?
Costs way too much to listen to Jim Rome's podcasts.
When was the last time the Colts were swept by an AFC South
opponent? 2008? Never?
We are undefeated for the history of the franchise (I know, hard to believe that HWSNBN did not get a loss in there somewhere) on bye-week and it's time to embarrass the Colts by finally shutting them out! Lord knows they are (so ironically) the only team our pass-D plays well against.
So, Peyton, how does it feel to be the only team that can't pass all day against the Texans and to get swept by them for the first time?
Hey, Peyton, how did it feel when you were always looking over you shoulder watching out for Mario Williams....and Antoine Smith blind-sided you in the head.
Oh, and welcome to Brian Cushing.
2002 by the Titans of course the track record is pretty short. They were 3-3 in the division in 2006 with one loss to each AFC South team.
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