This season has been far from perfect, but I've been pleased with the team's obvious progress. Would I like to have won more games? Of course, but the team is quite a bit better than last season and getting better. One thing that has been overlooked is that the Texans have been afflicted by more injuries to key players than most other NFL teams. In the December 11 issue of Pro Football Weekly, the publication conducted its annual breakdown of injuries and ranked the extent to which each team has been hurt by injuries. Houston was #3 on the list, behind only Philadelphia (which has lost McNabb and Kearse) and the NY Giants. Earlier in the season, after the Texans beat the Jaguars, Rich Lord and others denigrated the team's victory by arguing that the Jags had been depleted by injuries. On the PFW list, the Jaguars are #8. In case you're wondering, the Cowboys rank last, losing only Greg Ellis to a season ending injury. Tennessee is #29 on the list. I don't have a link. I'm getting this from the print edition (with Tony Romo on the cover) and didn't see the article on PFW's website after a cursory search. The future is looking very bright to these eyes, and I'm hanging on to my PSL's!