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(Bleacher Report)   Five reasons the Houston Texans will win the Super Bowl. Luck is not a factor   (bleacherreport.com) divider line 63
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2012-08-15 08:28:09 AM  
6. A miracle happens.
 
2012-08-15 09:44:50 AM  
Are the Texans the new Chargers/Seahawks? Stay tuned.
 
2012-08-15 09:48:47 AM  
I think the Texans would've made the Super Bowl last year if Schaub wasn't injured. I don't think they would've won, but I'm very biased towards the team that represented the NFC.
 
2012-08-15 09:50:13 AM  
Much like their MLB brethern that play in roughly the same neighborhood, they will find some way to screw it up.

/GO JAGUARS!
 
2012-08-15 10:13:43 AM  

FreakinB: I think the Texans would've made the Super Bowl last year if Schaub wasn't injured. I don't think they would've won, but I'm very biased towards the team that represented the NFC.


The 49ers would have made the Superbowl is Kyle Williams didn't take a football to the knee.
 
2012-08-15 10:52:18 AM  
The Texans are good, no doubt, and with the Colts in full on rebuilding mode, the AFC does need a replacement team to swap into the rotating Patriots/Steelers/Colts domination of the conference. It's not like the Ravens are going to step up with Suggs out, and there isn't a team in the AFC West that has a shot.

I could see it happening.
 
2012-08-15 11:37:18 AM  
I've been a die hard & long suffering Texans fan since the Carr/Capers/Babin era and I'm full of very cautious optimism about this team for the next few years. I'm just happy they're getting enough respect to be given 4 prime time games, Thanksgiving game and are at least in the discussion. Brooks Reed and Connor Barwin will be two names that will be getting a lot of attention this year and prepare for a bunch of Mercilus puns. This defense is farking scary and after watching the pre-season game, has a surprising amount of depth.

I'm kinda worried about Foster since he went vegan. Still too early to tell, but that kind of drastic diet change can't be good. At least Ben Tate is just nipping at his heels for a shot. I did like how good DeVier Posey looked running his routes and I hope Trinidon Holliday gets his shot this as kick returner since I thought he was awesome at LSU.

All in all, maybe I'll finally get to see a Houston football team get to the Super Bowl since the Oilers never got it done.
 
2012-08-15 11:46:20 AM  

alwaysjaded: I've been a die hard & long suffering Texans fan since the Carr/Capers/Babin era and I'm full of very cautious optimism about this team for the next few years. I'm just happy they're getting enough respect to be given 4 prime time games, Thanksgiving game and are at least in the discussion. Brooks Reed and Connor Barwin will be two names that will be getting a lot of attention this year and prepare for a bunch of Mercilus puns. This defense is farking scary and after watching the pre-season game, has a surprising amount of depth.

I'm kinda worried about Foster since he went vegan. Still too early to tell, but that kind of drastic diet change can't be good. At least Ben Tate is just nipping at his heels for a shot. I did like how good DeVier Posey looked running his routes and I hope Trinidon Holliday gets his shot this as kick returner since I thought he was awesome at LSU.

All in all, maybe I'll finally get to see a Houston football team get to the Super Bowl since the Oilers never got it done.


You're wise to be cautiously optimistic. I think they'll make it to the AFC title game, and that's me putting Matt Schaub down to be upright at the end of the regular season (though he'll miss some time midseason). Of course I'm a life long Texans fan, and am happy that Wade has come in and turned the defensive culture around.

But you have to really be worried that the bit of luck that's gone in Rick Smith's favor is playing to much into his ego (which was already of mega proportions to start), and his screwing up of the cap will undo all the hard work the last 2 years.

Conner Barwin is up, so are Duane Brown, Matt Schaub, Glover Quinn, Bryce McCain, Rahard Butler, Antoine Caldwell (though he'll be replaced soon) and Cushing will be looking for a raise if he has another big year. This could be a big year, and a big letdown next offseason if they don't address things.

But a Texans Superbowl this year in New Orleans would be great. I'm already going, so it'll be a major bonus for me if they are the AFC team.
 
2012-08-15 11:51:43 AM  
I've heard this for the last 6 years.

Steelers/Green Bay/NY Giants... All the big boys with the guns will show up to the playoffs.

I'm interested to see what Peyton has left after surgery.
 
2012-08-15 11:51:54 AM  

BillCo: 6. A miracle happens.


Someone's been paying attention at six sigma classes at work.
 
2012-08-15 11:53:13 AM  
flashbacks to last season circa week 11, week 12 when Schaub was done, and Matt Leinart got the start. Matt said all the right things, as any good backup would but then -- theme approaching -- he broke his collarbone, opening the door for that Yates kid.

and then monday night, happened to turn on the Raiders/Cowboys offensive juggernaut and saw Leinart wearing silver and black....and checking down......some things never change.
 
2012-08-15 11:53:49 AM  

Gunny Highway: Are the Texans the new Chargers/Seahawks? Stay tuned.


Was just going to say that I'm glad they're the new Chargers. We all know how beneficial the hype was for them.
 
2012-08-15 11:57:56 AM  

Kornchex: Gunny Highway: Are the Texans the new Chargers/Seahawks? Stay tuned.

Was just going to say that I'm glad they're the new Chargers. We all know how beneficial the hype was for them.


The Chargers aren't the Chargers because of the hype. They're the Chargers because they're the Chargers and well Norv.
 
2012-08-15 12:00:29 PM  
These are the reasons you give for a team improving or being "playoff contenders". These are not reasons to pick a Superbowl winner. Without these reasons, you don't get to the playoffs (of if you do, it's by luck or a terrible division)

Winning a Superbowl tends to require some other factors - superstar performances, low turnover numbers, general-like leadership, and team synchronicity. You can win without these, but it's very rare.
 
2012-08-15 12:06:27 PM  
Hopefully we don't miss all the stars we let go in the off-season. If the defense can hold its own, the playoffs are a certainty
 
2012-08-15 12:09:43 PM  

Khellendros: These are the reasons you give for a team improving or being "playoff contenders". These are not reasons to pick a Superbowl winner.


In the NFL, a playoff contender and a Super Bowl contender are pretty much the same thing.

/Any Given Sunday
 
2012-08-15 12:13:42 PM  
7: They secretly switch the Houston Texans from THIS reality with the Houston Texans from ANOTHER reality where they DON'T suck.

/what?
 
2012-08-15 12:15:36 PM  

FinFangFark:

You're wise to be cautiously optimistic. I think they'll make it to the AFC title game, and that's me putting Matt Schaub down to be upright at the end of the regular season (though he'll miss some time midseason). Of course I'm a life long Texans fan, and am happy that Wade has come in and turned the defensive culture around.


I can tell who the old fans and the fair weathers are around here. The fair weathers are already picking out a trophy case and the old fans are just sighing and remembering that Matt "breadsticks for bones" Schaub is still the QB. I like Schaub and I admit that he's had some odd injuries but he really is injury prone. I'm so glad Wade stuck around. It was awesome watching Bum Phillips leading the Texans out the gate in the first playoff game and I hope Wade understood that his family will always be honored here.

But you have to really be worried that the bit of luck that's gone in Rick Smith's favor is playing to much into his ego (which was already of mega proportions to start), and his screwing up of the cap will undo all the hard work the last 2 years.

Conner Barwin is up, so are Duane Brown, Matt Schaub, Glover Quinn, Bryce McCain, Rahard Butler, Antoine Caldwell (though he'll be replaced soon) and Cushing will be looking for a raise if he has another big year. This could be a big year, and a big letdown next offseason if they don't address things.


Yea, that was why they were cleaning house last year with Ryans, Winston and Dreesen. It's going to really hurt if we lost either of Barwin, Cushing, Schaub (cause the offense is built around him), Brown, or Butler. But we at least were able to keep Meyers so he was the most important piece of the line. And yes, Smith's cavalier attitude with the cap space will be biting the team in the ass next year.

But a Texans Superbowl this year in New Orleans would be great. I'm already going, so it'll be a major bonus for me if they are the AFC team.

Considering how many New Orleans residents we got during the whole Katrina fiasco, if the Texans make it there we would probably have to work out a joint city deal for a weekend.
 
2012-08-15 12:16:50 PM  

homarjr: Khellendros: These are the reasons you give for a team improving or being "playoff contenders". These are not reasons to pick a Superbowl winner.

In the NFL, a playoff contender and a Super Bowl contender are pretty much the same thing.

/Any Given Sunday


Evidence: 2007 and 2011 NY Giants, 2010 Packers.

Every decent to good team has the potential to play 3 or 4 games where they minimize their flaws and play to their strengths. Put that together at the right time, and you get a ring. Do it in September, and you're the Bills.
 
2012-08-15 12:19:14 PM  
Why I had to stop reading TFA:

1) "[T]he Texans were the favorites to represent the AFC in the game that every fan dreams of winning." Fans don't win the Super Bowl; they dream of watching their team win that game
2) "[W]hen that heartbreaking report was released, one could probably hear a pen drop, perhaps multiple ones." The saying is that you can hear a pin drop, not a pen. At this point, I started scanning down the article, until I came to...
3) "Begin Slideshow"

Game over.
 
2012-08-15 12:20:16 PM  
If they make it to the dance anything is possible. Every Packer fan got a cold, wet, bitter dose of that last year (one season removed from having it all bounce our way). If we get average defensive play and Rodgers stays healthy, I do not think there is a team in the league that the Packers couldn't beat.
 
2012-08-15 12:20:27 PM  

alwaysjaded: I've been a die hard & long suffering Texans fan since the Carr/Capers/Babin era and I'm full of very cautious optimism about this team for the next few years. I'm just happy they're getting enough respect to be given 4 prime time games, Thanksgiving game and are at least in the discussion. Brooks Reed and Connor Barwin will be two names that will be getting a lot of attention this year and prepare for a bunch of Mercilus puns. This defense is farking scary and after watching the pre-season game, has a surprising amount of depth.

I'm kinda worried about Foster since he went vegan. Still too early to tell, but that kind of drastic diet change can't be good. At least Ben Tate is just nipping at his heels for a shot. I did like how good DeVier Posey looked running his routes and I hope Trinidon Holliday gets his shot this as kick returner since I thought he was awesome at LSU.

All in all, maybe I'll finally get to see a Houston football team get to the Super Bowl since the Oilers Eulers never got it done.


FTFY
 
2012-08-15 12:23:54 PM  
Brooks Reed is hungry and his hair is ready for action.
Also: Namaste.
 
2012-08-15 12:27:20 PM  

paswa17: Fans don't win the Super Bowl; they dream of watching their team win that game


No, fans dream of winning it. But since they'll never actually win it, watching their team win one is about as close as they'll get.

/but yeah, the rest is dumb.
 
2012-08-15 12:28:04 PM  

roc6783: If they make it to the dance anything is possible. Every Packer fan got a cold, wet, bitter dose of that last year (one season removed from having it all bounce our way). If we get average defensive play and Rodgers stays healthy, I do not think there is a team in the league that the Packers couldn't beat.


Yeah, if everything goes your team's way, you can beat anyone in the league.

If the defense stays healthy and Cutler takes care of the ball, I don't think there's a team in the league that the Bears couldn't beat.

If the front 4 can help out the secondary and Stafford to Megatron keeps clicking, I don't think there's a team in the league that the Lions couldn't beat.

etc.
 
2012-08-15 12:31:28 PM  

Jubeebee: roc6783: If they make it to the dance anything is possible. Every Packer fan got a cold, wet, bitter dose of that last year (one season removed from having it all bounce our way). If we get average defensive play and Rodgers stays healthy, I do not think there is a team in the league that the Packers couldn't beat.

Yeah, if everything goes your team's way, you can beat anyone in the league.

If the defense stays healthy and Cutler takes care of the ball, I don't think there's a team in the league that the Bears couldn't beat.

If the front 4 can help out the secondary and Stafford to Megatron keeps clicking, I don't think there's a team in the league that the Lions couldn't beat.

etc.


If Ponder progresses nicely, Peterson comes back healthy, the defen.........ahhhhh shiat. Even as a die-hard Vikes fan I can't make that work.

/another "rebuilding" year
 
2012-08-15 12:42:36 PM  

FreakinB: I think the Texans would've made the Super Bowl last year if Schaub wasn't injured. I don't think they would've won, but I'm very biased towards the team that represented the NFC.


The NFC sent a team to the Super Bowl last year? It's hard to remember who it was, since Tim Tebow wasn't on the team.
 
2012-08-15 12:44:26 PM  

Jubeebee: roc6783: If they make it to the dance anything is possible. Every Packer fan got a cold, wet, bitter dose of that last year (one season removed from having it all bounce our way). If we get average defensive play and Rodgers stays healthy, I do not think there is a team in the league that the Packers couldn't beat.

Yeah, if everything goes your team's way, you can beat anyone in the league.

If the defense stays healthy and Cutler takes care of the ball, I don't think there's a team in the league that the Bears couldn't beat.

If the front 4 can help out the secondary and Stafford to Megatron keeps clicking, I don't think there's a team in the league that the Lions couldn't beat.


etc.


Then I heartily disagree with you. My point is not "everything" has to go our team's way, only 2. League average play from the defense, no major injuries to Rodgers. What happens on other teams is irrelevant, they cannot beat the Packers if those 2 things happen.

Last year, with the worst statistical defense in NFL history, they won 15 games. If the defense makes a few extra stops by being just average, giving a healthy Rodgers more opportunities, the Chiefs and Giants are a footnote in the Packers' undefeated season.

//Again, this is ON PAPER, obviously quirks, lucky bounces, and amazing individual performances happen and the clearly "better" team loses.
 
2012-08-15 12:45:23 PM  

HeathenHealer: If Ponder progresses nicely, Peterson comes back healthy, the defen.........ahhhhh shiat. Even as a die-hard Vikes fan I can't make that work.


If there are 30 or so plane crashes (or 15 or so if the other teams crash into each other mid-air), the Vikes have a shot.
 
2012-08-15 12:51:52 PM  

roc6783: Last year, with the worst statistical defense in NFL history, they won 15 games. If the defense makes a few extra stops by being just average, giving a healthy Rodgers more opportunities, the Chiefs and Giants are a footnote in the Packers' undefeated season.


So, I guess the Packers got no "lucky bounces" on their way to a +24 turnover margin in the regular season? Can't have it both ways.
 
2012-08-15 12:52:15 PM  
As a Texans fan, allow me to say this:

Stop talking about us. Please.

/Texans v Bears SuperBowl?
 
2012-08-15 12:55:31 PM  

IAmRight: HeathenHealer: If Ponder progresses nicely, Peterson comes back healthy, the defen.........ahhhhh shiat. Even as a die-hard Vikes fan I can't make that work.

If there are 30 or so plane crashes (or 15 or so if the other teams crash into each other mid-air), the Vikes have a shot.


I'm still not convinced.
 
2012-08-15 01:06:23 PM  
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2012-08-15 11:57:56 AM
Kornchex: Gunny Highway: Are the Texans the new Chargers/Seahawks? Stay tuned.

Was just going to say that I'm glad they're the new Chargers. We all know how beneficial the hype was for them.

The Chargers aren't the Chargers because of the hype. They're the Chargers because they're the Chargers and well Norv."



Their owner and their GM are two of the biggest jokes in the NFL. They HAD the team with Brees and Tomlinson, and they let it all go.....
 
2012-08-15 01:07:35 PM  

Jubeebee: The Texans are good, no doubt, and with the Colts in full on rebuilding mode, the AFC does need a replacement team to swap into the rotating Patriots/Steelers/Colts domination of the conference. It's not like the Ravens are going to step up with Suggs out, and there isn't a team in the AFC West that has a shot.

I could see it happening.


How long has it been since it wasn't Patriots/Steelers/Colts?
The goddamn Raiders made it to the SB with Jerry Rice & Rich Gannon.
Before that? Ravens in 2000.

NFC is the younger conference now. I think only the Texans are a serious regular deep playoff contender for the next 3 years based on current rosters.
Pats, Steelers, Ravens, Chargers are all watching the window close.
Colts, Bengals, Chiefs are the only young building teams, but consider those franchises history (minus Manning for the Colts).
Jets, Browns, Titans, Jags, Dolphins, Bills, Raiders, Broncos???? Have fun with that.
 
2012-08-15 01:08:26 PM  

DivorceWar Veteran: I've heard this for the last 6 years.

Steelers/Green Bay/NY Giants... All the big boys with the guns will show up to the playoffs.

I'm interested to see what Peyton has left after surgery.


I think Manning will do fine. Though the first weeks will be iffy as the receivers get over the "Could it be? Is that a pass that's actually coming to me instead of the turf? OMG!OMGOMGOMG!" *drop* feeling.
 
2012-08-15 01:09:57 PM  

roc6783: Then I heartily disagree with you. My point is not "everything" has to go our team's way, only 2. League average play from the defense, no major injuries to Rodgers. What happens on other teams is irrelevant, they cannot beat the Packers if those 2 things happen.


Improving the "statistically worst defense in NFL history" all the way to "league average" is not a single, simple thing. That's a whole lot of things going the Packers' way. Going into 2012 they'll be better for sure, but the only real bright spots on that Packers defense are Clay Matthews, the potential quick development of Nick Perry, and the unexpected durability of the cyborg that wears Charles Woodson's jersey. Everything else is a hole.

roc6783: Last year, with the worst statistical defense in NFL history, they won 15 games. If the defense makes a few extra stops by being just average, giving a healthy Rodgers more opportunities, the Chiefs and Giants are a footnote in the Packers' undefeated season.


The Pack won 15 games with that defense because Rodgers had the best statistical season any QB has had in NFL history. History says he'll regress a bit this year. He'll still be elite, but you can count on a couple more games like the Chefs and the Gnats in 2012.

Green Bay isn't unbeatable. They're one of the best teams in the league, yes, but they aren't the juggernaut you're imagining. They have flaws, and while their flaws are more easily covered than those of other teams, there are several teams that could knock off the Packers without shocking anybody.
 
2012-08-15 01:17:12 PM  

Yanks_RSJ: roc6783: Last year, with the worst statistical defense in NFL history, they won 15 games. If the defense makes a few extra stops by being just average, giving a healthy Rodgers more opportunities, the Chiefs and Giants are a footnote in the Packers' undefeated season.

So, I guess the Packers got no "lucky bounces" on their way to a +24 turnover margin in the regular season? Can't have it both ways.


If you gave away 10 of those turnovers and add one more stop per game, the offense still nets 6 additional opportunities.

Also, the Packers are designed to have a high turnover margin. Rodgers is obsessive about not throwing picks and the offense is designed around explosive plays. The quick scoring causes the other team to try and keep pace, which few can so it takes them out of their comfort zone (NO and NE being notable exceptions), and that gives the defense more opportunity to go after INTs.

The major problem from last year is that the pass rush was less effective, which exposed the secondary, which was weakened greatly by the loss of Nick Collins. On top of that Tramon Williams played almost the whole season with a shoulder injury and Sam Shields forgot how to play corner. Hopefully, those issues will be lessened by the changes and additions this year.
 
2012-08-15 01:18:32 PM  
No Texas team should ever be allowed to win the superbowl... period.

It's very bad for business.
 
2012-08-15 01:30:03 PM  

alwaysjaded: Considering how many New Orleans residents we got during the whole Katrina fiasco, if the Texans make it there we would probably have to work out a joint city deal for a weekend.


As a payback, the city of Houston would invade New Orleans en masse...and the crime rate would go down.
 
2012-08-15 01:39:58 PM  

roc6783: If they make it to the dance anything is possible. Every Packer fan got a cold, wet, bitter dose of that last year (one season removed from having it all bounce our way). If we get average defensive play and Rodgers stays healthy, I do not think there is a team in the league that the Packers couldn't beat.


You're going to need Greg Jennings to bounce back from this injury, and you're kidding yourself if you don't think that's the case. Rodgers, like every other QB in the NFL, needs a legitimate #1 receiver to be elite.
 
2012-08-15 01:45:15 PM  
#6 - they got rid of Jacoby Jones.
 
2012-08-15 01:46:15 PM  

Jubeebee: roc6783: **snip**
Improving the "statistically worst defense in NFL history" all the way to "league average" is not a single, simple thing. ***snip***


I agree, but any improvement would likely lead to more wins.

roc6783: ***snip***

The Pack won 15 games with that defense because Rodgers had the best statistical season any QB has had in NFL history. History says he'll regress a bit this year. He'll still be elite, but you can count on a couple more games like the Chefs and the Gnats in 2012.


I can't agree with you on this. He played 14 full games and "had the best statistical season any QB has had in NFL history." His decision making, accuracy, and athleticism are as a whole better than any other NFL QB ever. Until his physical skills diminish, his numbers will not be regressing. There is nothing left for the league to "figure out" on him. They know exactly what he is going to do, they just can't stop it. To be fair, he has had trouble against the Bears. Last year he threw for almost 600 yds and 8TDs to 1 INT against them. Guess that's over.

Green Bay isn't unbeatable. They're one of the best teams in the league, yes, but they aren't the juggernaut you're imagining. They have flaws, and while their flaws are more easily covered than those of other teams, there are several teams that could knock off the Packers without shocking anybody.

Who? The Pats, ok, I'll give you that one. New Orleans, not without their head coach. Steelers, no. Ravens, no chance. SF, might keep it close, but not with Smith at QB. An AFC South team? An NFC East team? Congrats to the Giants, they won the SB last year. Most people were shocked as hell, and most would be again if it happened this year.
 
2012-08-15 02:10:16 PM  
roc6783, you actually believe Rodgers is going to put together back to back 120+ QBR seasons? And that the Packers are somehow going to win more games this year than they did last year?

It's one thing to be a homer, and it's one thing to be confident that the Packers are going to be good this year. I'm not arguing that; they'll be among the top contenders in the league.

But you're bordering on delusion here. The suckass Chiefs beat the Packers last year in a straight-up, no turnovers game. And you don't think any team besides the Patriots has a chance to notch a win against the Pack this year? I'd be surprised if they make it through the division undefeated, much less the entire season.

Green Bay is good, but hold off on predicting perfection at least until December.
 
2012-08-15 02:13:17 PM  

roc6783: Congrats to the Giants, they won the SB last year. Most people were shocked as hell, and most would be again if it happened this year.


Keep dismissing the team the Packers beat by a FG in December (thanks to several questionable calls) and won convincingly at Lambeau in January.

I know you're not happy until everyone agrees that the Packers are going to win the Super Bowl unless a spaceship lands in Green Bay and abducts Aaron Rodgers, but it might be wise to learn some humility. Nobody is handing you the Super Bowl in August, chief, deal with it.
 
2012-08-15 02:14:26 PM  

roc6783: there are several teams that could knock off the Packers without shocking anybody.

Who?




blogs.sun-sentinel.com
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-08-15 02:16:42 PM  

roc6783: New Orleans, not without their head coach.



aside from whether or not Goodell gets his wings clipped as to Vilma (which I think will happen), the lack of Payton makes the Saints incredibly intriguing. i wonder how much of his loss will affect the on-the-field play. i know they're doing the cliche things they're suposed to do (the huge poster in the team facility, the symbolic empty seat on the bus, etc.) but what happens in game when they have to make the adjustments, as the trite NFL saying goes?

and in phoenix i love seeing Whiz twist in the wind on the QB situation. Schefter got a measure of attention for his report that Skelton will be named the opening day starter, but there was another report locally contradicting that one, claiming that if Kolb and Skelton again continue their subpar performance, "the team will consider the waiver wire or free agency options".

Yeah, because that's worked out so well for us since Warner left. hilarious. in a farked up, sad, depressing, miss the playoffs again way.

Yeah Whiz. Go burn more money / draft picks / FA signings on more QBs, mr. "i developed Ben Roethlisberger, I know how to develop QB talent".
 
2012-08-15 02:26:10 PM  

rickythepenguin: Yeah Whiz. Go burn more money / draft picks / FA signings on more QBs, mr. "i developed Ben Roethlisberger, I know how to develop QB talent".


Hey, all he needs is another 6'10" 310lb QB with a cannon arm who can run himself out of trouble and Wisenhunt will look like the damned genius he is. You can't expect him to develop *scoff* second round QB talent. Wisenhunt's guru techniques only work on top 10 picks.
 
2012-08-15 02:36:33 PM  

Jubeebee: Hey, all he needs is another 6'10" 310lb QB with a cannon arm who can run himself out of trouble and Wisenhunt will look like the damned genius he is. You can't expect him to develop *scoff* second round QB talent. Wisenhunt's guru techniques only work on top 10 picks.



it just burns the fark out of me how many wasted picks / signing we've made under his watch that have all completely failed. and if that second report is accurate, we may once again be trolling the waiver wire.

because, you know, 9th time is the charm.
 
2012-08-15 02:57:22 PM  

BillCo: 6. A miracle happens.


star.psy.ohio-state.edu
 
2012-08-15 03:09:40 PM  
Freaking Texas. They finally have a year when they don't go 8-8 and they win a wild card game, and it all WE'RE GOING TO WIN THE SUPERBOWL.

Oh well I reckon one can excuse them for it, it's been a long, long time since Luv ya Blue with Bum and Earl.
And they are going to be good--six games against their opponents in the AFC south will see to that.
 
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