Texans 2012 Opponents - A post FA relook

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  1. Shaft75

    Shaft75 Site Contributor

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    Texans 2012 season opponents: **

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    Indianapolis - we'll give a great introduction to their rookie QB

    Jacksonville - Gabbert still sucks, but pretty strong D

    Tennessee - Ha Ha Bud, same ole center snapping to the same crew of qb's

    Miami - Should stink it up

    Buffalo - DBrown brings his A game and shuts Mario out

    Green Bay - still a huge threat. Better step it up D

    Minnesota - hmmm. Still sucks

    Baltimore - always a tough one, but we should have something for them this year

    AWAY

    Indianapolis - same

    Jacksonville - same

    Tennessee - same

    New England - better mix things up with this one on D. Our offense should have a little fun with playaction

    New York Jets - time to bring the hurt to these guys, especially their qb/rb

    Chicago - Cutler & Marshall didn't scare me in Denver.

    Detroit - this young & gifted team will be taking a bigger step. Tough game here

    Denver - yes we know Peyton, and no we're not scared. Time for vengeance.
     
  2. clutch

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    agree for the most part except for Chicago..look for the bears to be one of our toughest games..they were rolling before cutler went down..now they have added a couple of good WRs.. i actually see us loosing to them especially in Chicago..hope im wrong though..
     
  3. TheMatrix31

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    We stay healthy and minimize the stupidity and there's no reason we shouldn't go at least 10-6 again.

    Chicago's gonna be an unsung, tough-as-hell game.
     
  4. CretorFrigg

    CretorFrigg Fire Rick Smith

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    Green Bay, Jets, New England, Chicago, Detroit and Baltimore worry me. And as we all know, anything goes between division games. Never underestimate them.
     
  5. aussie_texan

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    12-4 BOOM! losses against Green Bay, NE, Bears, Lions
     
  6. IDEXAN

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    I honestly think we could be anywhere from 2-3 games > .500 to 2-3 games
    < .500, depending very much on health of our team and our opposition's health ?
     
  7. SCOTTexans

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    Not too bad... Cheese heads, Da bears, pats, and lions will be tough games.
    I like playing the ravens at home this yr
     
  8. Kimmy

    Kimmy RealGirls LvFB!

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    Too bad we don't play any Tigers ;)
     


  9. MistaRed

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    Some exciting home games this year. Might go to 2 or 3 depending on if they're primetime games.
     
  10. Shaft75

    Shaft75 Site Contributor

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    I guess this is partly my way of getting past the recent cuts & trades. Our division is shifting right now and the Texans rain supreme. Let's hope the organization can build along with the times and IMPROVE every year.

    I just want to win, baby.
     
  11. Texanmike02

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    Where's Russel when you need him?

    Mike
     

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