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  1. #193

    Re: Game Thread -- Texans @ Patriots (Keeping an Eye on the Playoff Competition)



    Quote Originally Posted by Uli2001 View Post
    That was precisely my point, thanks. You put it much better though.
    Thanks and no problem, we are in total agreement on the douchebaggery of certain Patriots head coaches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnBKistler View Post
    One of the impressive things about this game: the Texans really haven't made any big mistakes. It has just been domination on both sides of the ball by the Patriots.

    By the way, is Foster hurt, or are the Texans just packing it in for the night?
    Probably just saving foster the game is out of hand now


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  3. #195

    Re: Game Thread -- Texans @ Patriots (Keeping an Eye on the Playoff Competition)

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnBKistler View Post
    Go look at Kubiak's / Texan's record over the last 3 years...they have never been a big-game team. Their biggest win was beating a rookie Andy Dalton at home in the playoffs.

    That is a team that has a lot to prove.
    ^^^This^^^

    They don't have a signature win under Kubiak. Look at their two big prime matchups this season. Green Bay and New England. Shellacked in both and one of those was on their home turf.

    Not ready for prime time or elite status for sure.




  4. #196
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    Re: Game Thread -- Texans @ Patriots (Keeping an Eye on the Playoff Competition)

    he better not be hurt




  5. #197

    Re: Game Thread -- Texans @ Patriots (Keeping an Eye on the Playoff Competition)

    New England teed themselves up for the #1 seed again. I think they win out.. and I think Houston loses one more. The road to the SB is going to go through NE again.




  6. #198
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    Re: Game Thread -- Texans @ Patriots (Keeping an Eye on the Playoff Competition)

    love the no huddle here




  7. #199

    Re: Game Thread -- Texans @ Patriots (Keeping an Eye on the Playoff Competition)

    Patriots keeping the foot on the gas. No huddle up by 4 TDs. Certainly not worried about running clock.




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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnBKistler View Post
    Patriots keeping the foot on the gas. No huddle up by 4 TDs. Certainly not worried about running clock.
    Cameron should take notes oh wait they fired his ass thank god


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  9. #201

    Re: Game Thread -- Texans @ Patriots (Keeping an Eye on the Playoff Competition)

    Quote Originally Posted by Paintballguy View Post
    Cameron should take notes oh wait they fired his ass thank god.
    Yes, but there are others that also should be sharpening their pencils.




  10. #202

    Re: Game Thread -- Texans @ Patriots (Keeping an Eye on the Playoff Competition)

    Now we get to pull for Colts to beat Houston, could easily happen.




  11. #203

    Re: Game Thread -- Texans @ Patriots (Keeping an Eye on the Playoff Competition)

    Has there ever been a televised Pats game where they didn't show Bob Kraft at least 2-3 times?




  12. #204

    Re: Game Thread -- Texans @ Patriots (Keeping an Eye on the Playoff Competition)

    I understand the logic, and probably the safe call, to remove your starters, but this is sending the wrong message to the team by letting the Patriots steam-roll them like this on national TV.




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