Who do you think will win? I say Ravens, they have much more to play for.
Ravens are the more talented team and they're in the playoff hunt. If they don't beat the Texans, it'll be a huge disappointment for them.
I agree with DB, they might be the wildcard team coming from the AFC. If they lose this game, it would definitely make things interesting in the AFC.
AGGGGGHHHH! I'm from Houston...so this is a Houston Thing...But down here we are feeling like Houston is haunted by some kind of Oiler curse. We always seem to find a way to lose...even if we find a way to win. If you have been following our football teams for 40 years...you would understand what I'm saying...AGGGGGHHH!
I loved the Bum Phillips quote from the '70s regarding the quest to win the AFC championship.
"Last year we knocked on the door. This year we beat on it. Next year we're going to kick the son of a bitch in."
Got'ta love Bum...that's why we all still do. He is quite the Texan wordcrafter...and an all around good guy. He still does radio spots and interviews down here...from time to time. He was our most loved and famous coach...unlike the owner, Bud, who fired him. Bum was the epitome' of Luv ya' Blue: The Oilers old chant and theme back in the day! Thank you, Bum!
"We're going to run the Bum-a-ruski."
O.A. "Bum" Phillips
Also to one ref from the sidelines: "If you do that...there is going to be more hell over it...then just a little bit..."
Got'ta Love Bum!
most people are shocked that the teans mad any type of comeback!
by manlypoetryman 7 years ago
Houston Texans have done well this season...getting into the play-offs...this is huge for us. Let's go! We go against a team that we haven't won against...and on their field...with our rookie quarterback. No excuses...the Texans got here...on the back of our main quarterback...now with our third...
by manlypoetryman 9 years ago
They just fell behind again (in the rankings) and got beat by the Titans on Monday Night Football...during a close game...where they did not prevail!There is something way too familiar about losing for the big ones all the time. Oh yeah...I know...Fool me once...shame on you...fool me about 200...
by Pandiani 7 years ago
The game is about to begin, And if anyone wants to share thoughts, i would like too aswell. 2 rookies against eachother in the play-offs, Texans first play-off match ever and The Natural Andre Johnson. This can't be anything else but a great game day! (;
by Me, Steve Walters 8 years ago
Ok...I'll help out with the rumor. In some statement I read, the former Super Bowl winning Steelers head coach stated something like: "most likely" would be the Texans. It is quite the buzz this morning in "H" town...and should only be expected that the Texans should be looking...
by Jack Hazen 5 years ago
If I knew, I'd bet some money.But after this weekend, we'll know four teams that will going on vacation on Monday.I'd like to see San Francisco Bay vs. Denver in the Super Bowl.Or Washington vs. Indianapolis, but that's not going to happen. Just as long as it's not New England.
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