After losses sometimes I hear that the team really could have used some loud fans when the opponents were on defense. Sometimes when watching other, fun and good teams, I hear that we as fans should act more like their fans, and give our team some real homefield advantage. Well, I was at the game yesterday for the 1st time in a year, and I can promise any of you who weren't there that we got LOUD during that final 55 play drive of the Bills. We were loud from the moment they took over on offense with just under 2 minutes to play, and we were loud until Peerless Price caught his 15 yarder in the back of the endzone. So I better not hear anymore whining about the fans anymore. The fact that ANYONE was even at the game to support a heartbreaker like the Texans should be proof enough alone to convince you that we have loyal fans. Never before have I followed a team that hurts as much as this one. And yet I still pay loads of money, invest lots of emotion, and spend a lot of time following them. No one who has posts on this board, no matter their opinion, should be considered a non-fan.