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I think after beating down the Giants like that, we'll show some mercy this week.

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18 hours ago, jrry32 said:

I think after beating down the Giants like that, we'll show some mercy this week.

Yeah yall gonna win by 24 instead of 34.  :( 

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One of the most infuriating games I've ever watched as a Texan fan was vs. the Rams in 2013.  Pretty similar situation, except the Rams aren't the worst team in football like they were when they throttled us at home. Texans came into season with Super Bowl hopes, but started out 2-3 behind Schaub's pick 6 meltdowns (4 straight games).  It's been pretty rare to see a Texans teams quit, but they absolutely did in this one in one of the most pathetic games in all phases including the crowd that cheered when Schaub got hurt (fully expect a repeat when Savage inevitably goes down as the boo birds started from his 1st incompletion last week).  Keshawn Martin fumbled kickoff for a Td.  40 yard PI by Kareem Jackson.  Cushing idiotic late hit to extend drive.  Ed Reed loafing all over the field.  Even Deandre Hopkins got into the act with an awful fumble and worse lazy attempt to recover by Andre Johnson who had become a cancer.  If you ever wanted to get a coach fired, they did so in this game and Kubiak should have been fired the following week at the bye.  We kept him around to lose 11 straight before finally firing him and let Wade lose the last 3. 

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1 hour ago, Apollo Stallion said:

One of the most infuriating games I've ever watched as a Texan fan was vs. the Rams in 2013.  Pretty similar situation, except the Rams aren't the worst team in football like they were when they throttled us at home. Texans came into season with Super Bowl hopes, but started out 2-3 behind Schaub's pick 6 meltdowns (4 straight games).  It's been pretty rare to see a Texans teams quit, but they absolutely did in this one in one of the most pathetic games in all phases including the crowd that cheered when Schaub got hurt (fully expect a repeat when Savage inevitably goes down as the boo birds started from his 1st incompletion last week).  Keshawn Martin fumbled kickoff for a Td.  40 yard PI by Kareem Jackson.  Cushing idiotic late hit to extend drive.  Ed Reed loafing all over the field.  Even Deandre Hopkins got into the act with an awful fumble and worse lazy attempt to recover by Andre Johnson who had become a cancer.  If you ever wanted to get a coach fired, they did so in this game and Kubiak should have been fired the following week at the bye.  We kept him around to lose 11 straight before finally firing him and let Wade lose the last 3. 

I remember that game. Alec Ogletree had a 96 yard pick six off of TJ Yates once he got into the game.

Bad game, just a bad game all around.

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7 hours ago, Apollo Stallion said:

One of the most infuriating games I've ever watched as a Texan fan was vs. the Rams in 2013.  Pretty similar situation, except the Rams aren't the worst team in football like they were when they throttled us at home. Texans came into season with Super Bowl hopes, but started out 2-3 behind Schaub's pick 6 meltdowns (4 straight games).  It's been pretty rare to see a Texans teams quit, but they absolutely did in this one in one of the most pathetic games in all phases including the crowd that cheered when Schaub got hurt (fully expect a repeat when Savage inevitably goes down as the boo birds started from his 1st incompletion last week).  Keshawn Martin fumbled kickoff for a Td.  40 yard PI by Kareem Jackson.  Cushing idiotic late hit to extend drive.  Ed Reed loafing all over the field.  Even Deandre Hopkins got into the act with an awful fumble and worse lazy attempt to recover by Andre Johnson who had become a cancer.  If you ever wanted to get a coach fired, they did so in this game and Kubiak should have been fired the following week at the bye.  We kept him around to lose 11 straight before finally firing him and let Wade lose the last 3. 

I remember that game well. It was one of Bradford's last games before his career was essentially ruined. He was near perfect in that game.

I hate to rub salt in the wound because you guys don't really gain anything from losing this year (since Cleveland owns your first two picks), but I do hope the Rams win this one going away. We need to keep rolling if we're going to come out of that tough stretch in the next four weeks with two or three wins.

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12 hours ago, Apollo Stallion said:

One of the most infuriating games I've ever watched as a Texan fan was vs. the Rams in 2013.  Pretty similar situation, except the Rams aren't the worst team in football like they were when they throttled us at home. Texans came into season with Super Bowl hopes, but started out 2-3 behind Schaub's pick 6 meltdowns (4 straight games).  It's been pretty rare to see a Texans teams quit, but they absolutely did in this one in one of the most pathetic games in all phases including the crowd that cheered when Schaub got hurt (fully expect a repeat when Savage inevitably goes down as the boo birds started from his 1st incompletion last week).  Keshawn Martin fumbled kickoff for a Td.  40 yard PI by Kareem Jackson.  Cushing idiotic late hit to extend drive.  Ed Reed loafing all over the field.  Even Deandre Hopkins got into the act with an awful fumble and worse lazy attempt to recover by Andre Johnson who had become a cancer.  If you ever wanted to get a coach fired, they did so in this game and Kubiak should have been fired the following week at the bye.  We kept him around to lose 11 straight before finally firing him and let Wade lose the last 3. 

funny thing is that wasnt even the worst game ever we played against the rams.  remember fitzmagic's comeback vs us? 

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More money was bet on the Rams vs Texans than any other game this week. 98% of bets were in favor of the Rams. 

people could lose big time if the Texans were to surprise people. 

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Whelp - I'll give Vrabel for not letting the d quit on him (so far) like they did on Wade Phillips in '13 game. Clowney doesn't get enough credit for his run d, which has been spectacular this season.

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