Something Positive From Today's Game

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  1. COOL V

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    We still have the coolest logo in all football...
     
  2. Speedy

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    And the field actually looked good for a change.
     
  3. TigerBait

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    it was nice that they showed the Astros score.
     
  4. Bubbajwp

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    The clean up crew got an early start.
     
  5. Texans Pride

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    It's nice they showed the whole game on tv instead of turning it off....
     
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    Don't forget our cheerleaders too!

    Bobby 119C :yahoo:
     
  7. CoolieMan

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    it was nice seeing the Steelers back in Houston....
     
  8. MIGHTYTEX

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    It was nice to see TJ crush Big Ben from behind on the one play
     


  9. Ghetto D

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    It was nice to see DRob not accepting his lot and giving a loafer an earful. He does things the right way and doesn't appear willing to tolerate less from his teamates.

    If I can mention another...it was nice to see the Texans willing to bench non-producers.
     
  10. CoolieMan

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    Watching Verron Haynes throw Greenwood to the ground was pretty sweet also....
     
  11. Rightnow

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    Yeah, watching Dunta scream at Bustcannon made my day. PBurnt just sat there and took it because he had no defense for playing touch football.

    I think the secondary coach should make him try to tackle Jonathan Wells at the goal line until he pukes. If you don't want to hit somebody you are in the wrong sport!
     
  12. HardKnockTexan

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    Dunta Robinson is the only person on this team that seems to give a damn. He was the ONLY bright spot for us yesterday.
     
  13. TEXANS84

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    Not to bring this thread down, but even the cheerleaders were off sync yesterday.

    Elizabeth looked winded.
     
  14. playoff year please

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    The fans were great to start. Changed well with plays and circumstances. We treated the Steelers fans with respect. I saw no fans too drunk. So I give the fans an A. Also my beautiful wife pointed out many beautiful fans. A+ for her and those women. None better than her, but nice to see.
     
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    this is an oxymoron from what I've seen .... :yahoo:
     
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    I think Carr kept trying when others quit. He kept running and fighting even though he was creamed over and over and over.... and over
     
  17. HardKnockTexan

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    I lost a lot of respect for Carr yesterday. Running out of bounds doesnt mean trying in my book.
     
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    traffic wasn't that bad leaving the stadium :yahoo:
     
  19. Runner

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    It was a bright spot that a couple of highly paid starters were benched for lack of production. I hope this is a trend to personal responsiblility, as opposed to:

    Right tackle Todd Wade said he expects very few of Sunday's sacks to be blamed on the line this week.

    "It's premature for me to say this, but I don't think the offensive line had a lot to do with that," Wade said.
     
  20. ATX

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    Palmer was fired. that's a positive.
     

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