Texans show tough side, work to shed finnese label

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  1. Wolf

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    http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/sports/fb/texansfront/6636246.html
     
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    I like it!!!!!!! :bat: :texflag: :boxing:
     
  3. Ckw

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    Wwwwwwwwwoooooooooooo!!!! Now that makes me pumped reading that. Let's hope the guys keep it up. I want to see some fire and some passion. Maybe they will give up some big plays but as long as they are fighting and dishing out the blows, I can take it.

    As much as I can't stand Dunta right now, I love this quote:

    Kick some ass guys. :bat: :polevault:
     
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    Hell yeah! Kick some ass! You either smoke or you get smoked!!! Plain and freakin' simple!

    It's a dog eat dog world out there, don't be the guy wearing milkbone underwear.
     
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  5. Lucky

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    This is what we've been waiting for from this team. And I don't believe these are empty words. I said this in a preseason prediction thread regarding the Texans:

    The Jets game forced these players to look in the mirror to find the reasons they weren't winners. I believe they have the winning attitude. Now. Tony Dungy mentioned this offseason that the Texans were a "confidence piece away" from becoming an elite team. Below is my interpretation of Dungy's comment:

    The Texans are not a perfect team. The defensive coaching is dubious, at best. The safety positions have haunted this team from its inception. And I still see the Texans suffering from Gary Kubiak's gameday indecisiveness. But, there are no perfect teams in the NFL. Confidence and attitude can go a long way in covering up imperfections. Especially when those traits are emanated from elite players. Like Andre Johnson.
     
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    I got the impression the Titans were their own worst enemy last Sunday. It looked like the Texans had enough & finally pushed back. I'm just wondering if they will play with fire right at the start of the game :thinking:
     
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