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  1. Specnatz

    Specnatz Site Contributor

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    OK this is just plain sad .....

    Mark Schlereth with Trey Wingo talking about the game last night and on the over thrown ball to Kevin Walter he said "Billy Miller" was wide open.

    Is it to much to ask at least know when a player has not been on the roster since 2004?


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  2. Carr Bombed

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    Yeah I know, I just shook my head in disgust. Shows how much research they actually spend on the Texans.
     
  3. Matt

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    I would be angry, but you kind of have to feel sorry for a guy named "Trey Wingo." :specnatz:
     
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    Its so hard to get good help now days...

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  5. Brando

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    I haven't watched it yet but that's pathetic. Can someone email the producer of NFL Live or ESPN or something to get their act(I'm being nice) together?
     
  6. Yankee_In_TX

    Yankee_In_TX Dance Lindsay!

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    Y'all be nice to ol' Roc Hoover. He's got actin' on his mind nowadays.

    Did anyone catch that bonehead Dale Roberson's blooper? In the Sunday paper he had a write up about #3 and the Texans 19-17 victory over the bears.

    Then in his piece next to it, someone edited the right score for him.
     
  8. Brando

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    Yeah I caught that.
     


  9. TexanSam

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    Typical ESPN. If Ron Jaworksi isn't talking about football on that channel then chances are I'm not paying attention. He's the only NFL analyst worth keeping.
     
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    Don't forget Michael Smith! :user:

    He likes the Texans this year.
     
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    Man, I knew Miller was a decent TE, but I didn't realize he was so bad ass that he could get wide open in a game he wasn't playing in for a team he doesn't play for.

    We may need to re-think our offensive strategy.
     
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    Especially with all of those stitches in his mellon.....
     
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    I guess when you spell husltle you spell Billy Miller !
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    I'm just surprised he didn't say Corey Bradford. :devilpig:
     
  15. Vinny

    Vinny shiny happy fan Staff Member

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    I saw it too...unreal
     
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    ESPN can't be wrong. Billy Miller probably was wide open...somewhere.
     
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    YUP!! Right on top of his head. Thats where he was wide open...
     
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    Yes I told them before I posted the thread. I would rather no coverage than complete and utter moronic coverage.


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    Sent (although I had to shorten due to the limited amount of characters they allow):

    It's bad enough ESPN continues to bash our football team over draft picks or using stock information regarding the O-Line, but could you at least take the time to get the personnel correct AND try real analysis??? It's not enough that Billy Miller is starting his second season with the NO Saints, but he's also been in the news recently due to the stitches in head from the water park incident.....Between incidents like this and sniffing the Yankees and Red Sox' jocks, BSPN has become pathetic...
     

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