I'd accepted that this was probably going to be a loss and I was good with that. I still saw good things but the entire team seemed out of sync to me and I'd been thinking "They'll lose at least one of the two games against Atlanta and Cincinnati". Mostly I was telling myself "Well, the biggest thing TJ is missing is game reps so this is valuable experience if nothing else" Then he went and took the team on a fourth quarter game winning drive. This was so important and not because it clinched the division. The offense has been saying all the right things since TJ took the reigns and I have no doubt that they all have his back completely but this is different. I think that in order to win in the playoffs the rest of the offense not only has to be willing to believe in him. They have to genuinely believe in him. Pulling this game out at the end with a drive like that is exactly what his teammates needed to see out of TJ. He's got three more weeks to get reps and collect as much experience as he can before the playoffs get here but today he engineered a game winning fourth quarter drive. QB's are measured by these things and TJ did it. The running game didn't carry us down the field. The defense did their part but they didn't win it either. TJ Yates' arm and his decisions took us down the field and won this game in the closing seconds. On a day when nothing seemed to want to go right he took the Texans on a game winning drive. There's no way to put a price on that in our current situation. This game, for all the mistakes we made couldn't have gone any better for us. 10 wins and counting. We're good. We're finally good and we're getting better!