You must be really confident in our defense mate
Maybe if it was twenty years ago I'd be following your lead, but now, especially with every team having to win 4 straight for a ring unless you're the top seed in the conference...those type of players gave me zero hope in this era even with a stacked roster around with a mastermind offensive coach. Jake Plummer in his prime, yeah I'd be ok with that...
Date & Time: Sun., Dec. 11 @ 12:00 CST
The Houston Texans (Oilers?) ride into Arlington, Texas this week to face the red hot Dallas Cowboys. As winners of 3 straight, the Boys are looking to do something they haven't done in over 20+ years. Have back to back, double digit winning seasons. Meanwhile the Texans, have been looking towards the NFL draft since October. With a 1-10-1 record, the Texans have been a model of consistency, by continually rotating their QBs in a losing effort to secure the 2023 #1 overall pick. Most Cowboys fans expect an easy win on Sunday. They expect the Texans to get their arses kicked so bad by the Cowboys, that Houston will be in jeopardy of losing another NFL franchise... for good.
This week though, is different for the Texans. This game is the Battle of Texas and the winner has bragging rights in Texas for 4 years. The Texans plan to start the QB who actually gives them a chance to win this game. Besides with a 2 game lead on the #1 overall pick, they have nothing to lose with a win.
Here's the latest from OBJ Watch:
The OL is getting some additional help soon.
Back in 2018, the Texans handed the Cowboys a brutal loss by winning in OT 19-16, with massage boy at QB. This year, it's Dak Prescott vs. Davis Mills, who has inexplicably shown flashes of turning into a quality backup QB. Can Dak outplay Davis Mills aka General Mills, aka D-Milli, at home?
Davis Mills aka D-Milli
It's actually a bit insulting to Baker to compare him to Geno. When Geno was Baker's age, he had done nothing but suck. As for Case Keenum, even that guy had a darn good year in Minnesota when he was put in the right situation.
Putting this here for the morning.
Death Valley wins the Mid & West division over Cancun on H2H.
Rome is #3 over DV on votes.
Cuba is #7 over IC and Lancaster on H2H for winning both season series.
Ivory Coast is #8 over Lancaster on division wins.
Hungary is #11 over Singapore and Raleigh on votes after Raleigh is eliminated on division wins.
Singapore is #12 over Raleigh on division wins.
Gotham is #14 over Seoul on H2H.
Cuba won each individual season series vs the teams they were tied with. I am sure that counts for them winning the 3-way H2H tiebreaker despite a tie vs Lancaster. IC having more division wins doesn't come into play yet.
At this point, I’m in hopes of a resolution. Be good to know who we play next. I think it’ll be answered once more people chime in.
The 3 way tie applying in terms of head to head will be interesting to figure out. We may have to go back to the old forum bc things like this have occurred previously.