We are 1-4 through week 6, I was hoping before the season started that after week 6 we would have been 3-3. The team has not quit which to me says a lot about the make up of the team and the staff. Moreover, this team refuses to quit when they go down early in games as they did so in the dark years time after time. I was saying to myself on the last drive, why not us, when do we get a chance to feel some glory, when do the good guys finally get a break to go our way? As Schaub threw the interception on the last drive I flew out of my seat and was heading back to Austin contemplating how I would sell my tickets next year - I was on the edge. But as I was going up the aisle in our weekly Texans death march to our cars, I stopped in anticipation of the call on the field due to the challenge - we got the call. At that moment I slipped back into reality and remembered it was 4th and 10 and could not see us securing the line to gain. Consequently, Andre Johnson did what he has rarely done for being such a great and talented WR, he went up and made a play that not only can change a game, but a season. As I watched us march down the field, pessimism filled my mind again that we could not close this out as to many good things were happening to us and then before we knew it was Fourth and a season with 7 seconds on the clock. I was beerless and the guy that I was sitting next to, in seats that were not my own, handed me a beer and said, "drink some Kool-aid." I took a swig and realized that we made our breaks on this drive, we showed composure and we had players who could make plays. Schaub went in for the score, game over. Texans win and time to move on to the Lions. We have plenty of pimples and warts still, but in the last three weeks there are players that are stepping up, that are getting better and, dare I say it, are being used correctly (save for Weaver in on a tackle with a Safety 30 yards down the field, ughhh). We have another big game next week. This is a game we are suppossed to win, which in itsef is a new kind of pressure. Maintain the home field advantage, beat the teams that we are supposed to and then beat the Titans and Jags at home. This season is not in the tank. Just as quality teams are not perfect every night, we are up and coming team and we will not be perfect every game, we just need to be perfect enough to leave the field with a victory. Mission accomplished, now go find someone who understands time, score and situation and have them next to Kubiak the entire game for the love of God.