Schaub vs. Patriots and a special bonus

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  1. mexican_texan

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    Our first video comes from 2005, AKA the year that never happened in Houston. This is the game that made Schaub famous.

    http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-game-highlights/09000d5d8003b3c1/Patriots-31-Falcons-28

    This next one comes from a game that will always be with me. It has nothing to do with anything, it just happens to be the game in which Andre Johnson became Andre Johnson. One of the best games in Texans history, I bring you Texans-Vikings 2004, including two of the best TDs in AJ's career.

    http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-game-highlights/09000d5d8015d7e7/Vikings-34-Texans-28
     
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    NitroGSXR Super Sic #58

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    I'm really not fond of watching Carr highlights. He had a pretty good game that day though.
     
  3. TexanSam

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    I laughed when they said Carr is the highest rated QB in the 4th quarter
     
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    Same here. Probably because we were always down in the 4th and were playing for "pride".
     
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    seeing carr fired up was kinda cool

    Just a huntch one of thes day carr will get another shot at being a starter in this league
     
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    HA HA!

    I have a hunch that Carr is happy toting clip boards and getting paid for it. I really don't think he actually wants the pressure of having to lead a team again or having to actually prepare for games instead of taking the kids to the zoo.

    The Texans/Vikings 04 game is the only game I've ever missed. Of course it was an awesome game.
     
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    Lol. If that ever happens come find me and I'll give you everything in my bank account.

    Anyway, nice clips. Andre Johnson is, and has always been, a monster.
     


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    Thanks for posting. Rep! I enjoyed watching AJ in his breakout game. Still remember it.

    That video really made me miss Domanick Davis. Man, that guy was legit. Too bad what happened to him...
     
  10. TheIronDuke

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    Ah, the fond memories. Kris Brown nailing a 49 yard field goal to win it. Doubt we'll be seeing him split uprights on a FG attempt past 35 yards ever again.
     
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    Goatcheese Nightmare Over

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    I don't see it happening.

    Through the first 7 games of 2004 Carr looked like a real live NFL QB.

    He was on pace for: 66.0% 315 - 478 9.2 YPA 4,382 Yards 21 TDs 11 INTs

    Then something in his head broke. Maybe it was his stupid mullet growing inside his skull and destroying his brain cells, maybe he took one too many hits. No way to know for sure, but somewhere in the middle of 2004 Carr became HWSNBN and will never recover.
     
  12. chicagotexan2

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    This is the game that was going on at the same time the Stros were playing a playoff game. I've always loved the Astros, but the Texans get my undivided attention on Sundays.
     
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    powerfuldragon g'mornin to you

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    i want to see a collection of all the best catches of his career. nfl films needs to get to work.
     
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    so weird how the kickers mind works huh? I have has KB on my FF team 3 years in a row and have loved his consistency, but something has happened to his confidence for sure.

    like watching someone with the yips try and knock in a four foot putt for par.
     
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    lol Bethel Johnson Aggie pride yo
     
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    The VIkings coach quote at the end of that game was awesome. Don't remember it exactly, but it was incredibly complimentary to AJ
     
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    It's hard. I've been searching for that Vikings TD for years.
     

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