Ok, if cornerbacks need short memory, then we need to as fans as well. I would hate for all the negative energy to continue to be a thorn in the side of the Texans. Let's consider the following: (1) Our secondary has been a known problem from day 0. From a talent perspective, we need to see if C.C. Brown is salvageable. We have no depth to try out young talent, so we will have to live with this corp until the offseason. (2) Running game showed burst yesterday. This is really important to the passing game as it doesn't make us 1 dimensional like we looked against the Giants. (3) The offense had some solid 10+ yard passing plays, with AJ and Moulds finding seems in the defense nicely. The running game really created passing opportunities. (4) The offense shows some versatility by utilizing non-traditional formations in critical situations. The 3rd down run by Walter motioning from out wide to the backfield was a nice call. We need to keep showing these formations late in the game. I have noticed when we get late, the formations and play calling go "vanilla". We don't have the talent to beat a team consistently with up the middle running out of a 2 wr set. (5) Orr and Greenwood looked much better in this game. Although not the long term solution, they seem to be buying into the system and Orr could be a very versatile player in a backup and special teams role next year. Good Depth. (6) Kris Brown didn't miss a FG. (7) Jets, Oakland, and Browns provide us another opportunity to post back to back wins to shake that moneky everyone is talking about. (8) Both Lundy and Gado showed great improvement in picking up the blitz/rush. I believe both were criticized for that earlier in the year but now we can see that the coaching is getting through to them. (9) The OL has shown some consistency, even though they are tattered. Winston appears to be making a solid impact at RT and held his own. (10) I think the coaching is doing a good job, inspite of everyone else's comments because we are seeing mistakes that were made corrected as the season goes on. Obviously, the secondary is not fully addressed, but the team is taking direction and appears to still be on board, in spite of some heartbreaking losses. THE JETS The Jets looked good against the Bears, defensively. We will have to be solid in the run and use some of the empty backfield sets to move the ball, I think. A lack of jets running game ought to allow us to provide a little more secondary protection. Dalton, Johnson, and Maddox are providing a good plug in the middle against the run. Our CBs ought to match up well against the Jets and I think we stand a chance in this game. I'd like to wait until we get some feedback about injuries to see where this game is heading, but there are a lot of positives to look at with this team. Any thoughts on what corrections need to be made for the final six games?