Poll: Worst loss

Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by Seegara, Sep 26, 2016.

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Texans worst loss from here out this season?

Poll closed Oct 10, 2016.
  1. Vikings

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  2. Broncos

    52.6%
  3. Packers

    21.1%
  4. Colts at Indy

    10.5%
  5. Some other

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  6. There won't be any more losses.

    15.8%
  1. Seegara

    Seegara Hall of Fame

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    Not counting the New England disgrace, what will be the season's worst loss? I'm thinking Denver but there will surely be more bad ones before this team/coaches are through.
     
  2. powda

    powda Team BLEACH!

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    Packers or Seattle.
     
  3. JB

    JB Old Curmudgeon

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    the latest...


    no matter which week or which opponent, the latest will always be the worst
     
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  4. Mangler

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    Would live for us to kick Denver's ass, but they're looking even better than last year. Sonsabitches....
     
  5. texanhead08

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    A bad loss to Seattle wouldn't be so bad, because that would mean we are in the Super Bowl.
     
  6. DBCooper

    DBCooper Outlaw

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    What a sunshiny outlook on life you have, Seegara.
     
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  7. Sigma

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    "worst" is a complicated thing to define.

    finishing scoreless like we did in new england is definitely a bad loss, but a close game where we lose some key players to injury would be far worse (imo)

    taking everything into account, the worst possible loss would be:

    - against JAX possibly after they lost some key players so they are considered an even worse team
    - in NRG (week 15)
    - we lose a couple of texans to bad injuries, maybe we even lose JJ on an offensive snap
    - we lead for all the duration of the game, untill in a trick play we lose to injury one between: osweiler, fuller, dhop or lamar
    - jax wins last minute with a safety on a failed "knee-down-victory-formation-thingy"
    - lost game results in us missing the playoffs by a small margin
    - the titans go to the playoffs and everybody say how bad our division is


    I may be missing something, but I believe this is very close to worst case scenario
     
  8. Hervoyel

    Hervoyel BUENO!

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    I voted for the Indy game because a loss in Indy is to me the worst experience of any year. I expect them to lose against Denver. I am certain it will happen. Denver has a hell of a defense and they know Brock well so everything he does wrong they will exploit. We'll be lucky if we don't get killed brutally in the game as opposed to simply losing it.

    Indy we should win. We are capable of winning it and a loss to Indy will hurt a lot more to me.
     
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  9. Vinnie

    Vinnie with an I E

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    I went with Packers only because their fans are some of the most obnoxious human beings on the planet.
     
  10. JamTex

    JamTex Hall Of Fame Texans Fan!

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    We don't play Seattle this year. The only way we play them is if both teams make it to the Super Bowl.
     


  11. Hervoyel

    Hervoyel BUENO!

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    Well then I think Seattle is the obvious choice. If they find a way to beat us this year that will be the most devastating loss in Texans history without question.
     
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  12. powda

    powda Team BLEACH!

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    I read the poll last night as worst in history. Shoulda said kc last year. Anyway i like the direction herv is going with this...

    So yeah Seattle this year!
     
  13. Trail.Blazr

    Trail.Blazr Hooked up to a Kool-Aid IV

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    Gotta believe that the Packers will be the most likely game to mirror that of the NE game. When Green Bay plays us, it's gonna be another trench war-fare battle and we have been exposed.
     
  14. ObsiWan

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    All losses count the same in the W/L column.

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    :D

     
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  15. chicagotexan2

    chicagotexan2 @JVTamales

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    We should start a poll for the worst poll.

    Blowing a huge lead against Indy was Terrible but the playoff playoff blowout against the Chiefs last season was the cherry on top a schit Sunday season. The only silver lining was hoyer showed obrien what he truly was as a QB.
     
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  16. Seegara

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    I didn't allow vote changes but the Vikings game may be especially nasty.
     

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