Prediction

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  1. texan2061

    texan2061 Rookie

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    Remember the 1970s where Tampa Bay first came into the league and did not win a game all season? After what Seattle did to Houston, I just can't see Houston winning a game at all this season. Dom Capers looked lost everytime the cameras were on him. As far as Carr, again, he is nothing more than a backup. Trade him!
     
  2. slyfox68

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    In the 16 week schedule era, no team has gone winless. The latest team to come close was the 2001 Carolina Panthers (1-15). Two years later they were 14-2 and lost to the Patriots by 3 points in Super Bowl XXXVIII. That year, our Texans defeated the Panthers and almost beat the Patriots.
     
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    He always has the deer in the headlight look. He's lost and confused!
    The whole team has laid down on him and he hasn't got enough sensse to resign. If you can't run with the big gawgs, stay on the porch!


    bobby 119C :brickwall
     
  4. playoff year please

    playoff year please Veteran

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    Can our first round draft pick be traded for 3-4 linemen and a high school coach of our choice.
     
  5. Wharton

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    Considering all the other records we are on pace for, like the most sacks in a season, winless sounds about right.

    :bag:
     
  6. texan2061

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    That year does not ever come close this this year. Texans will be the first to go 0-16.
     

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