Halting the skid where it all began???

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  1. the wonger need food

    the wonger need food Hall of Fame

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    Anyone see this on the video clips?

    The Houston Expansion Franchise has won 3 games in their last 15. Carr has thrown for over 200 yards 1 time (208 against a bad Chicago team) in that span. Stating that the Cleveland game in 2004 started this skid is an insult to our intelligence.
     
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    ur right. go back to denver last season. that was when i believe it happened.
     
  3. Wharton

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    I originally pointed to the Cleveland game as a turning point with this franchise. Its not to say that we didn't have our problems before the Cleveland game but it is the first time that I thought the PLAYERS gave up. Once the coaching staff looses the players, there is little hope of winning a game. Also, once a team accepts loosing the first time, its much easier to accept loosing the second time, and so on.

    Beating Cleveland at home was a real possibility for the Texans, which would have lead to an 8-8 record. Maybe I should have said this when the downturn was obvious, but it was after all, the last game of the season and allot of teams were mailing in the game.
     

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