If you think some of our threads go a little overboard

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  1. utahmark

    utahmark markbeth

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    You should check out the Titans board today.

    http://www.gotitans.com/goForum/

    They are ready to trade or release CJ and one thread starter is putting Mike Munchak on the hot seat.
     
  2. thunderkyss

    thunderkyss Salem Poor

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    This guy is going to drop Chris Johnson from his fantasy team.

    This is another good one. Worst loss ever.
     
  3. Mr. Texan

    Mr. Texan I'm A Texan

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    LOL CJ2YPC :)

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  4. thunderkyss

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    They're not all dumb..
    Good insight if you ask me.
     
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    They're not all dumb..
    Good insight if you ask me.

    Two fat guys in the middle.... smh...
     
  6. thunderkyss

    thunderkyss Salem Poor

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    I like this one. This guy uses reasons, stats, & trend to predict the outcome of the game.

     
  7. fiasco west

    fiasco west Hall of Fame

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    Not such a bad idea, he's been horrible...terrible.... If he's such a elite player he'd never gotten to this point imo. The whole rust thing or playing into shape can't be a excuse this far into the season. If they could get a 1st day pick for CJ in the offseason that's probably a great deal for them.

    Munchak on the hotseat is a bit much though lol.
     
  8. Scooter

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    speed kills but i think chris johnson is a one hit wonder, i doubt he'll see anything remotely like his early success.
     
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  9. gwallaia

    gwallaia Moderator Staff Member

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    The possum fan's misery has enhanced my enjoyment of today's beat down.
     
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  10. TheMatrix31

    TheMatrix31 Hall of Fame

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    Trading or releasing the thug is only ridiculous because no one will take him and his cap hit is huge.
     
  11. brakos82

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    In other news, more failure for Bud the Dud. :voodoo:
     
  12. Dutchrudder

    Dutchrudder COOL BEANS!

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    Should trade him and their entire draft for the #1 pick this year to get Luck...
     
  13. MojoMan

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    At least the complete meltdown after the Baltimore loss has been halted, at least for now.

    Of course, if the Texans lose to the Jags on Sunday, then the meltdown will resume, with the effects likely to be worse than Chernobyl, Three Mile Island and Fukushima combined.
     
  14. thunderkyss

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    I don't understand how you don't "understand" the outrage after that Baltimore game.

    Didn't you think we had it? Didn't you think it was ours for the taking?


    We were playing well on both sides of the ball up until mid-way through the third, that was our game in their house.... & we let it slip away.

    I personally don't think they beat us as much as we beat ourselves.

    But that may be the rum.. er :koolaid: talking
     
  15. MojoMan

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    I thought the Texans played very well during the Baltimore game, even considering the final outcome. The Texans are not going to win all their games, regardless of how upsetting that is to some people around here. New Orleans and Baltimore are both shaping up to be legitimate Super Bowl contenders. The Texans are just not at that level yet. Perhaps everything will comes together by the end of the season. That is possible, but it seems to me they are a year away from that yet.

    The Oakland game was the one they lost that they really should not have in my mind. I know that the Baltimore loss happened more recently, so that is the one that many people around here choose to dwell on, but truth be told, the Texans did well to be as competitive in the Ravens game as they were. The Ravens are currently just a better team than the Texans. And the game was played in Baltimore, after all.

    There do not appear to be any more games on the schedule against opponents of the caliber of New Orleans and Baltimore the rest of the way. Atlanta may well be as good as Oakland though, so that is one to watch out for. And the away games against Tampa Bay and Cincinnati should certainly not be overlooked.

    There are a number of people on this board who are sufficiently irrational that they will effectively expect the Texans to win out and go 13-3, or they are going to be hysterically pissed. However, rational fans, such as myself and I believe also you, know that the Texans will likely lose at least a couple more games just as a matter of course, regardless of who is on their schedule.

    I will be pleased with a record of 10-6 this year and a division title, regardless of how that is accomplished. A record of 11-5 and I will be seriously pumped. And anyone who is still a naysayer in those circumstances will be going overboard and will be being ridiculously unreasonable in my view.
     
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    :shades:
     
  17. cuppacoffee

    cuppacoffee Resident Grouch

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    Honoring Earl 34 Hey Koolaid

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    :koolaid::heart::koolaid::heart::heart:

    It all starts with flattery you know .
     
  19. Vinny

    Vinny shiny happy fan Staff Member

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    CJ is just doing what Hainsworth did. Get your big contract and then take it easy. It's just a part of drafting and signing self absorbed players. I hope they sign TO next.
     
  20. Honoring Earl 34

    Honoring Earl 34 Hey Koolaid

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    I think Fisher did a pretty good job with the malcontents .
     

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