Hats off to them. They weren't the most talented team today (talent doesn't always win...experience goes a LONG WAY..experience WINS in this league and we lacked it), but they definitely were the smartest (0 TOs not one penalty) and you can tell the past playoff experience and veteran leadership REALLY served them well today. I'm actually proud of my team. Teams don't usually break through and win it all when they first get in....you have to taste defeat (and get that postseason experience) before you get the ring. Despite a loss the Texans represented this city very well and we'll have to be reckoned with next year. Also the experience we gained today will only pay dividends in the future... Texan fans don't fret, the corner HAS BEEN TURNED And hats off to Ray Lewis.. People can say whatever they want about what he did or didn't do in the past, but this league will miss him when he hangs up the cleats that's for sure. Who else is going to reach out to young players league wide the way that he does? you can tell EVERYBODY respects him regardless of what team he plays for. If the NFL had to pick captains to represent the entire league and not just a team..he would definitely be wearing a capital "C".