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  1. Wolf

    Wolf 100% Texan

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    Oct. 11, 2009: Wide receiver Andre Johnson scored perhaps the most impressive touchdown of his career against the Arizona Cardinals. VIDEO

    Sept. 20, 2009: Wide receiver Andre Johnson made an acrobatic 19-yard touchdown reception in 34-31 win at Tennessee. VIDEO

    Dec. 14, 2008: Wide receiver Andre Johnson eclipsed 200 receiving yards in a 13-12 win over the Tennessee Titans. VIDEO

    Dec. 7, 2008: In the coldest game in team history, Texans kicker Kris Brown converted a 40-yard field goal with less than two minutes left to give Houston a 24-21 win at Green Bay. VIDEO

    Dec. 1, 2008: Running back Steve Slaton gained 130 yards on 21 carries (6.2 avg.) with two scores in losion/7athe Houston Texans' 30-17 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Monday Night Football. VIDEO

    Dec. 13, 2007: Mario Williams collects 3.5 sacks against the Denver Broncos in a 31-13 win on Thursday Night Football at Reliant Stadium. VIDEO

    Sept. 12, 2007: DE Mario Williams scores after recovering a fumble in the Texans' 20-3 win over the Kansas City Chiefs at Reliant Stadium. VIDEO

    Sept. 28, 2003: QB David Carr leaps over the goal line from one yard out on the game's final play, lifting Houston to s 24-20 win over Jacksonville at Reliant Stadium. VIDEO

    Dec. 8, 2002: Despite only 47 yards of total offense, the Texans shock eventual AFC North champion Pittsburgh 24-6 at Heinz Field. All three of Houston's TDs are scored by the defense, including two interception returns by CB Aaron Glenn. VIDEO


    Sept. 8, 2002: Defensive tackle Seth Payne sacks Dallas Cowboys quarterback Quincy Carter in the end zone for a safety to clinch the Houston Texans' 19-10 win at Reliant Stadium. VIDEO


    Sept. 8, 2002: The Texans become the first NFL team in 41 years to win their expansion debut, beating the Dallas Cowboys 19-10 before 69,604 at Reliant Stadium. QB David Carr tossed a 19-yard TD to TE Billy Miller for the club's first-ever score. VIDEO



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  2. TdotTexas2Step

    TdotTexas2Step All Pro

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    If we include a modified version of that list to take into account this past season, I'd throw Andre Johnson's first playoff game touchdown, Watt's interception in the same game, and the Kevin Walter TD against Cincy to clinch the division.
     
  3. Wolf

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    yeah, I think they are slowly working up to 2011 (I didn't see any upload dates on the videos)

    I am not sure if they are doing this as a weekly thing or not. I just caught it the first time today on their facebook page
     
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    Andre's touchdown at the Arizona game is one of the most impressive plays I've ever seen in football.
     
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    NastyNate I go kerplunk

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    I still get goose bumps watching that play.
     
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    Agreed. Bounces off one defender, trucks another, and just overpowers the last while going backwards. Pure domination.
     
  7. El Tejano

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    I'm sorry but the KC game in 03 and the Miami game in 03 were pretty bigs wins for us back then.

    KC was a playoff team with the league leading rusher in Priest Holmes and Future HOF TE Tony Gonzalez and were supposed to smash us and pretty much were until they got greedy and went for two and didn't convert which kind of let us back in the game. It was also a game where we saw Andre Johnson give a flash of the kind of clutch catches he would be making for us for years to come. That catch was incredible!!!!! Then Marcus Coleman returning an INT 100 yds for a TD.

    Then we got the Miami game. I believe it was a home opener for Miami in which they hadn't lossed a home opener in like 16 years. They were a Super Bowl Favorite and got Ricky Williams and a defense with Jason Taylor that was facing our offense which gave up a league record in sacks a year before and we go in there and beat them.
     
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    Andre acted like he wanted that one. :winky:

    I want to see more like it, sooner the better.
     


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    Man i love how Leach always runs in and stares everyone down and gets in their face if they have something to say after a big play. I miss that guy.
     
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    I think you're getting your years confused. We did beat Miami in '03 (Season Opener), and KC was a playoff team that year, and we did play them two weeks after the Dolphins game. They also beat us 42-14.

    We won the next season (2004), and Coleman did have a 102 yard int return for a TD, but KC went on to finish 7-9 and out of the playoffs. We've beaten the Chiefs 3 times (and lost twice). They've never gone for a 2 point conversion in the games that we've beaten them.
     
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    Since Seth Payne has (partially) moved him and his family back to Houston for business purposes (and on twitter) @PayneNFL and his wife @Brandispayne, The sack for a safety September 8th, 2002 for a 19-10 win over the 'gurls is my top moment!!!



    As an aside, welcome back Payne family!!! BTW, both of y'all are hillarious!!
     
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    By far one of my all time favorite Texans. Unfortunately I was in New Orleans to see him rip his knee. Freaking rat ran across the field during the game and then of course they changed the field surface mid-season a couple weeks later.
     
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    what was our first road victory .. had to happen in 03 since i think in 02 we only won 2 games
     
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    The Texans won 4 games in 2002 including road wins over the Jags and Steelers.
     
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    Correct me if I'm wrong but that should mean our first road win was against Jville because that was our 2nd win. Then we beat the steelers and then we beat the Giants at home. Right?

    That Jville game was kind of cool when Jabar Gaffney threw that lateral to Aaron Glenn on a return and that put the game out of reach. I've always wanted us to try that again.
     
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    Cushing just added to the list IMO
     

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