I am still so pumped and proud about the Texans win on Sunday against the Titans. IMO, it is far and away the biggest win in franchise history and saved the season and has given us the chance to get off on the 3-1 start that all of us thought was necessary to make a playoff run. What really got my juices flowing was the way the Texans stood up for Joel Dreesen and were not going to stand being intimidated by Van den Douche and the rest of the a-holes on the Titans. The normally quiet Andre Johnson showed leadership and got in the face of Finnegan and said we are not going to back down. Eric Winston who is already one of my favorites on the team gets even more respect for showing leadership and toughness in going toe to toe with Van den Douche. What this game hopefully has started is a love affair between the city of Houston and the Texans. At its heart, Houston is a blue collar city. Besides being very good, the reason the Luv Ya Blue teams were so beloved is that that team embodied Houston with its overachieving, tough football players who had a hard hat smashmouth style of play. Bum represented the ideal almost mythological Texan. I have been a season ticket holder since the beginning. I have grown to love this team. Games like the one on Sunday bring out the passion and fire in me that I had with the Oilers. For my taste, the Texans have been way too corporate and safe. Sunday was so much fun and they did this town proud by embodying what this city is about. I just want the Texans to keep it up and show the same passion. I just feel this town is dying to go crazy for the Texans and they need to give the town a legit reason to do so.