"The preseason doesn't mean anything" is a saying you hear a lot of this time of year. The score may not mean anything, the win/loss may not mean anything, but you can bet that the opportunity to play means something to a lot of 2nd and 3rd string players. Some players are guaranteed a spot on the roster because of draft status, past performance, etc. However, some players are fighting for their jobs. For these players, the last preseason game is their final job interview. A last chance to catch the coaches eye and earn a spot on the roster. You can bet that the families of the players vying for a spot are interested in the game as well. They need questions answered. Will Houston be my home? Will there be income for rent, food and other bills? For most fans, preseason is a chance to see some football, for these families, it's their life on the line. For the hardcore football fans, preseason is a chance to see players that you normally won't get to see during the regular season. We'll see the starters (barring injury) for 16 games. I want to see what others can do. So grab a beer, pizza, Fritos and Bean dip, popcorn, whatever you fancy and enjoy the game. It may not mean anything for some, but for the players involved, it means the world. -Twitch p.s. I just felt compelled to write something because of all the talk about preseason not meaning anything, but we forgot there is a lot on the line for some of the unsung players in the league. If any of you guys are checking out the board, good luck tonight. This fan will be watching every minute!