Don't know exactly what the need is to go nostalgic tonight. But was just wondering if anyone else had any great Oilers memories. They were a great part of my childhood. The family had season tickets on the bottom level and on the 20 yd. line. Have been to Texans games, but nothing can take the place of the memories of the "House of Pain." Took some students to the Texas State FFA Assoc. state convention a couple years ago in Houston. It was at Reliant Park. After I dropped the kids off at an FFA dance on Friday night, my wife, son, the chaperones and I were driving around the Dome. We noticed that the lights were on and the garage door was open at the field level. We were able to walk down their onto the field. I got to stand in the end zone and could still see the outline of the old "Houston" and "Oilers." The security guard let us walk around for as long as we wanted. I even got to play with my son on the field. I've got a picture of he and I in a three point stance nose to nose on the fifty yard line. He was only three at the time. That's my best memory of the Oilers which led to the passion of the experience years later that I got to share with my son. What about yours?