Looking Foward ~ Texans VS Colts

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  1. Ali4Real

    Ali4Real Guest

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    I am pumped up for the Texans VS Colts game and I am hoping I can watch it. I do think we have a good chance of beating the Colts, maybe not by a TD but at least a field goal.

    You thoughts?


    :d: = WE NEED MORE D!!!
     
  2. Norg

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    hahaha if we beat Indy there playoff dreams will just be about over

    5-5 that would be below .500 yet again
     
  3. headsplint

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    Marc Vandermeer said it best in his blog:

    That's pretty much my exact thoughts. I have a little faith left tucked away somewhere, i'm sure if I dig deep enough I can find it, but once I hang it out there and they go lay an egg yet again; it's full blown football depression for me for yet another season.
     
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  4. tylercoltsfan

    tylercoltsfan Rookie

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    Yup it obvious the Colts need this win bad, and they know that coming into this game... Expect the Colts to be playing smashmouth, and making very little mistakes ( I hope ) This is a very important game that I look foreward to.... I hope it doesnt come down to the wire like it did last time :P To much intensity for me lol... I am expecting a good game though, its going to be fun to watch :)
     
  5. CloakNNNdagger

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    The Colts are coming in with a banged up albeit "recovering" WR and secondary corps.........we'll see how they hold up. I had a dream last night that their #18 came up lame after being bombarded.......while our #18 bombarded their lame D. Dreams can come true.:rolleyes:;)
     
  6. ChrisG

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    expect the exact opposite from us, Smith will play prevent D or at least a 6 yard cushion, and Rosencopter will be at his best (this year that is about the NFLs worst)

    PLZ TEXANS PROVE ME WRONG!
     
  7. Norg

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    Well we have never lost at there new place then agian we never played there ...........
     
  8. MeLoveTexans

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    5-5 is exactly.500 last i checked. but you could be usin some new fangled math formula that throws out the rules that have been around since the beginning of math.
     
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    Well, at least .500 is still more than 50%. :jk:
     
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    I don't think we have a snowball's chance in Indianapolis - the snowball might have a better chance, actually. Since our defense is pretending they are some kind of sieve and Rosencopter is pretending the opposing team has our uniform on - I think it is going to be really ugly. No fun, sir, no fun at all.

    Hope springs eternal - but my hopes aren't very high for this game.
     
  11. hradhak

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    Rosencopter did start the game against the Colts and had us up by 17. Granted it was at home. We have a chance though. It really boils down to turnovers (again). I'd really like us to run the ball more too. Keeping the ball out of Sage's hands lessens the chance for turnovers
     

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