Sanders out for atleast a few weeks

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  1. indiantexan

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  2. DexmanC

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    Wow. Peyton will LITERALLY have to beat us with one hand tied behind
    his back. Our chances to sweep the Colts have NEVER been better! Texans
    to the playoffs, baby!
     
  3. Ryan

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    Convenient for us:shades:

    hope he gets well though, i love watching him play when he doesn't play us.
     
  4. gtexan02

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    Excellent.




    I dont care how we get wins, wins are all that matters. If we get the chance to face a half-strength Colts team so be it.

    Now they know how it feels to lose OD
     
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    We still have two days left! Next to go down?
     
  6. Hardcore Texan

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    That dude just can't stay on the field.
     
  7. AnthonyE

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    Yeah, really. Wasn't his first game back last week?
     
  8. HOU-TEX

    HOU-TEX Ah, Football!

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    This is true. He's only 5'8" 208, but he's bigger than Dunta for those that wanted to move him to safety. Dunta would crush himself as a safety.
     


  9. Hardcore Texan

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    I don't know I can't keep up with all his injuries. He is a beast when he is healthy though.
     
  10. AnthonyE

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    I thought Dunta played safety for his first two years in college?
     
  11. Hervoyel

    Hervoyel The Right Track

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    Nobody else in the NFL ever apologized for beating the Texans when they were hurt or short handed so I'm not going to apologize for it if the Texans win Sunday. I'm not counting on anything but nothing has changed. I still sit down to watch them play every week wanting and expecting to see a win. I know it's not reasonable but I want them to win them all.

    The law of averages says sooner or later the Texans are going to begin winning some of these games against the Colts. This week is as good as any for that to happen.
     
  12. Hardcore Texan

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    True. You got to field your best squad and go to battle, no excuses. That's why quality depth can make or break a season.
     
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    The only downside to this is that when we beat the Colts, I can already hear the announcers writing is off due to Indys injuries
     
  14. jppaul

    jppaul Cut and Dry

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    There is the key, that word right there.
     
  15. Yankee_In_TX

    Yankee_In_TX Dance Lindsay!

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    I agree they will, but there's NO reason to even care about that, because we're down OD. He was leading or 2nd in TD receptions in the LEAGUE.
     
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    Im hoping Pey-Me-A-Ton slips while getting out of his limo on the way into the stadium and sprains something , knee , ankle , head - anything.
     
  17. DexmanC

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    If I remember correctly, the last time Schaub faced the Colts was at home
    in '07. The Texans were coming into that game, with a record of 2-0, fresh
    off a road win at Carolina. It was a game in which the Texans went down
    by 3 touchdowns, and came back to blow the Panthers out. Late in garbage
    time, Dre got hit and sprained his MCL. So, going into the Colts game,
    we were already a man down.

    I also remember 2 or 3 more of our major players getting hurt in that game.
    Hunter Smith separated rookie Jacoby Jones' shoulder on a 70-some-odd
    yard punt return. Also, we lost Steve Mckinney, our best center in that
    game. Injuries bite everybody, and they bit us HARD in '07.
     
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    I also remember that , it was my first year as a texan fan and o boy was i excited. Then the **** hit the fan . All i remember thinking after those 2 games was " Y haven't i been watchin these *******er's in years past"
    Then our season slowly came to a hault.
     
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