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    Re: Texans>Vikings

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    I don't really think there's any question about that, of course Houston is better. By simply looking at the records, you may think otherwise... but we've been lucky to win the 3 games we have.

    Houston is a better football team right now, no question.
    Even to win on the road?

    Equal at best.
    Neither team has that killer mentality or even the ability to take it to another level.

    There are winners and the rest fall into mediocrity.
    JMHO!

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    Re: Texans>Vikings

    "snowinapril" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    I don't really think there's any question about that, of course Houston is better. By simply looking at the records, you may think otherwise... but we've been lucky to win the 3 games we have.

    Houston is a better football team right now, no question.
    Even to win on the road?

    Equal at best.
    Neither team has that killer mentality or even the ability to take it to another level.

    There are winners and the rest fall into mediocrity.
    JMHO!
    Well, I fully believe the Vikes are the definition of mediocrity.
    Disclaimer: I'm an idiot.

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    Re: Texans>Vikings

    "C" wrote:
    "snowinapril" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    I don't really think there's any question about that, of course Houston is better. By simply looking at the records, you may think otherwise... but we've been lucky to win the 3 games we have.

    Houston is a better football team right now, no question.
    Even to win on the road?

    Equal at best.
    Neither team has that killer mentality or even the ability to take it to another level.

    There are winners and the rest fall into mediocrity.
    JMHO!
    Well, I fully believe the Vikes are the definition of mediocrity.
    Along with the Colts, Jags and Browns at 3-4, right?

    =Z=

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    Re: Texans>Vikings

    "Zeus" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    "snowinapril" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    I don't really think there's any question about that, of course Houston is better. By simply looking at the records, you may think otherwise... but we've been lucky to win the 3 games we have.

    Houston is a better football team right now, no question.
    Even to win on the road?

    Equal at best.
    Neither team has that killer mentality or even the ability to take it to another level.

    There are winners and the rest fall into mediocrity.
    JMHO!
    Well, I fully believe the Vikes are the definition of mediocrity.
    Along with the Colts, Jags and Browns at 3-4, right?

    =Z=
    Sure, if that makes you feel better about it.
    Disclaimer: I'm an idiot.

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    Re: Texans>Vikings

    "Zeus" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    "snowinapril" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    I don't really think there's any question about that, of course Houston is better. By simply looking at the records, you may think otherwise... but we've been lucky to win the 3 games we have.

    Houston is a better football team right now, no question.
    Even to win on the road?

    Equal at best.
    Neither team has that killer mentality or even the ability to take it to another level.

    There are winners and the rest fall into mediocrity.
    JMHO!
    Well, I fully believe the Vikes are the definition of mediocrity.
    Along with the Colts, Jags and Browns at 3-4, right?

    =Z=
    Yep.
    All mediocre.


    Some have more promise to turn things around than others, but they are mediocre.
    If Wins are the only stat that matters, than it's a tough argument to say they are anything but.

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    Re: Texans>Vikings

    "C" wrote:
    "snowinapril" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    I don't really think there's any question about that, of course Houston is better. By simply looking at the records, you may think otherwise... but we've been lucky to win the 3 games we have.

    Houston is a better football team right now, no question.
    Even to win on the road?

    Equal at best.
    Neither team has that killer mentality or even the ability to take it to another level.

    There are winners and the rest fall into mediocrity.
    JMHO!
    Well, I fully believe the Vikes are the definition of mediocrity.
    I forgot to add the 0-something teams.

    Winners, Mediocre and Pathetic.


    You know you are mediocre when you hang your hat on "at least we are not Pathetic."
    LOL!

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    Re: Texans>Vikings

    "TexasTailgate" wrote:
    Whats up Viking fans.
    Seems as though most of you understand not to take the Texans lightly.. which is a good thing.
    We are a better team than our record indicates.
    We were a 4th down stop or a coin flip from beating Jax, and a miracle meltdown from beating the Colts as we had them wooped late.
    The only game we were really ever out of was opening weekend in Pitt and we just had so many moving parts that we were never going to win that game.
    A different team now weeks later.
    We have Dunta Robinson back which has been a huge boost for our D.
    And our O has really put it together.

    Alex Gibbs has really elevated this offense.
    Protection has been fairly sound, and the running game has vaulted to close to being in the top 10.
    AJ is simply a beast and basically unstoppable.
    He is good enough to where we can move him around all over the field to offset the D trying to load up on him.
    He will hit you anywhere at anytime.
    The key for you guys is to get into Schaubs face early while not getting burnt with slants,etc.
    We are going to want to go up early to try and take you guys out of the running game obviously.

    My main worry is we are 28th in yards per play given up and we havent played the greatest on the road. I am not sure how we are going to be able to stop my fellow Texan Adrian Peterson.
    I do look for this game to cover the over.


    But make no mistake.
    The Texans are an up and coming team.
    This offense has two of the main coaches from those high powered Denver teams in the 90's in Alex Gibbs and Gary Kubiak and it loooks like they are close to completing another great offensive team (currently ranked #4).
    The D still has a long ways to go with needing a S,DE,DT, and an OLB.
    Fortunately our O can offset our weaknesses in the D by usually dominating the TOP battle.
    But Again, getting D-Rob back in our secondary has been a huge boost of late.

    I cant predict against my team... but its going to be a tough one that comes down to the last couple of plays.

    Texans 31- Vikings 27

    Now see there, that is the way to bring a football discussion on........

    You my friend, can stay but only if you promise not to use ya'll in any of your football discussions.
    ;D

    Quick question.......You take a certain RB now for Mario straight up?
    Many many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v343/josdin00/Vikings/Marrdro_sig.jpg

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    Re: Texans>Vikings

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "TexasTailgate" wrote:
    Whats up Viking fans.
    Seems as though most of you understand not to take the Texans lightly.. which is a good thing.
    We are a better team than our record indicates.
    We were a 4th down stop or a coin flip from beating Jax, and a miracle meltdown from beating the Colts as we had them wooped late.
    The only game we were really ever out of was opening weekend in Pitt and we just had so many moving parts that we were never going to win that game.
    A different team now weeks later.
    We have Dunta Robinson back which has been a huge boost for our D.
    And our O has really put it together.

    Alex Gibbs has really elevated this offense.
    Protection has been fairly sound, and the running game has vaulted to close to being in the top 10.
    AJ is simply a beast and basically unstoppable.
    He is good enough to where we can move him around all over the field to offset the D trying to load up on him.
    He will hit you anywhere at anytime.
    The key for you guys is to get into Schaubs face early while not getting burnt with slants,etc.
    We are going to want to go up early to try and take you guys out of the running game obviously.

    My main worry is we are 28th in yards per play given up and we havent played the greatest on the road. I am not sure how we are going to be able to stop my fellow Texan Adrian Peterson.
    I do look for this game to cover the over.


    But make no mistake.
    The Texans are an up and coming team.
    This offense has two of the main coaches from those high powered Denver teams in the 90's in Alex Gibbs and Gary Kubiak and it loooks like they are close to completing another great offensive team (currently ranked #4).
    The D still has a long ways to go with needing a S,DE,DT, and an OLB.
    Fortunately our O can offset our weaknesses in the D by usually dominating the TOP battle.
    But Again, getting D-Rob back in our secondary has been a huge boost of late.

    I cant predict against my team... but its going to be a tough one that comes down to the last couple of plays.

    Texans 31- Vikings 27

    Now see there, that is the way to bring a football discussion on........

    You my friend, can stay but only if you promise not to use ya'll in any of your football discussions.

    ;D

    Quick question.......You take a certain RB now for Mario straight up?
    Are you offering him Peterson?
    Cause if you are I think he might take you up on it.

    Or are you offering him only a certain RB?

    And for the record, can one really classify Bush as a RB.

    I can still use the word Ya'll right?
    I have been using around here for years.
    I am grandfathered in......

    Charlie taking Mario seems like a good pick now in hindsight I will have to give you that.
    I am not to attached to Reggie Bush at this point.

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    Re: Texans>Vikings

    "snowinapril" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "TexasTailgate" wrote:
    Whats up Viking fans.
    Seems as though most of you understand not to take the Texans lightly.. which is a good thing.
    We are a better team than our record indicates.
    We were a 4th down stop or a coin flip from beating Jax, and a miracle meltdown from beating the Colts as we had them wooped late.
    The only game we were really ever out of was opening weekend in Pitt and we just had so many moving parts that we were never going to win that game.
    A different team now weeks later.
    We have Dunta Robinson back which has been a huge boost for our D.
    And our O has really put it together.

    Alex Gibbs has really elevated this offense.
    Protection has been fairly sound, and the running game has vaulted to close to being in the top 10.
    AJ is simply a beast and basically unstoppable.
    He is good enough to where we can move him around all over the field to offset the D trying to load up on him.
    He will hit you anywhere at anytime.
    The key for you guys is to get into Schaubs face early while not getting burnt with slants,etc.
    We are going to want to go up early to try and take you guys out of the running game obviously.

    My main worry is we are 28th in yards per play given up and we havent played the greatest on the road. I am not sure how we are going to be able to stop my fellow Texan Adrian Peterson.
    I do look for this game to cover the over.


    But make no mistake.
    The Texans are an up and coming team.
    This offense has two of the main coaches from those high powered Denver teams in the 90's in Alex Gibbs and Gary Kubiak and it loooks like they are close to completing another great offensive team (currently ranked #4).
    The D still has a long ways to go with needing a S,DE,DT, and an OLB.
    Fortunately our O can offset our weaknesses in the D by usually dominating the TOP battle.
    But Again, getting D-Rob back in our secondary has been a huge boost of late.

    I cant predict against my team... but its going to be a tough one that comes down to the last couple of plays.

    Texans 31- Vikings 27

    Now see there, that is the way to bring a football discussion on........

    You my friend, can stay but only if you promise not to use ya'll in any of your football discussions.
    ;D

    Quick question.......You take a certain RB now for Mario straight up?
    Are you offering him Peterson?
    Cause if you are I think he might take you up on it.

    Or are you offering him only a certain RB?

    And for the record, can one really classify Bush as a RB.

    I can still use the word Ya'll right?
    I have been using around here for years.
    I am grandfathered in......

    Charlie taking Mario seems like a good pick now in hindsight I will have to give you that.
    I am not to attached to Reggie Bush at this point.
    Think about it my friend.
    Draft, Mario, RB, upset fans.........

    Heck no I'm not offering AD.
    My attempt at being funny again seems to have missed the mark.
    For that I apologize.
    ;D
    Many many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v343/josdin00/Vikings/Marrdro_sig.jpg

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    Re: Texans>Vikings

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "snowinapril" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "TexasTailgate" wrote:
    Whats up Viking fans.
    Seems as though most of you understand not to take the Texans lightly.. which is a good thing.
    We are a better team than our record indicates.
    We were a 4th down stop or a coin flip from beating Jax, and a miracle meltdown from beating the Colts as we had them wooped late.
    The only game we were really ever out of was opening weekend in Pitt and we just had so many moving parts that we were never going to win that game.
    A different team now weeks later.
    We have Dunta Robinson back which has been a huge boost for our D.
    And our O has really put it together.

    Alex Gibbs has really elevated this offense.
    Protection has been fairly sound, and the running game has vaulted to close to being in the top 10.
    AJ is simply a beast and basically unstoppable.
    He is good enough to where we can move him around all over the field to offset the D trying to load up on him.
    He will hit you anywhere at anytime.
    The key for you guys is to get into Schaubs face early while not getting burnt with slants,etc.
    We are going to want to go up early to try and take you guys out of the running game obviously.

    My main worry is we are 28th in yards per play given up and we havent played the greatest on the road. I am not sure how we are going to be able to stop my fellow Texan Adrian Peterson.
    I do look for this game to cover the over.


    But make no mistake.
    The Texans are an up and coming team.
    This offense has two of the main coaches from those high powered Denver teams in the 90's in Alex Gibbs and Gary Kubiak and it loooks like they are close to completing another great offensive team (currently ranked #4).
    The D still has a long ways to go with needing a S,DE,DT, and an OLB.
    Fortunately our O can offset our weaknesses in the D by usually dominating the TOP battle.
    But Again, getting D-Rob back in our secondary has been a huge boost of late.

    I cant predict against my team... but its going to be a tough one that comes down to the last couple of plays.

    Texans 31- Vikings 27

    Now see there, that is the way to bring a football discussion on........

    You my friend, can stay but only if you promise not to use ya'll in any of your football discussions.

    ;D

    Quick question.......You take a certain RB now for Mario straight up?
    Are you offering him Peterson?
    Cause if you are I think he might take you up on it.

    Or are you offering him only a certain RB?

    And for the record, can one really classify Bush as a RB.

    I can still use the word Ya'll right?
    I have been using around here for years.
    I am grandfathered in......

    Charlie taking Mario seems like a good pick now in hindsight I will have to give you that.
    I am not to attached to Reggie Bush at this point.
    Think about it my friend.
    Draft, Mario, RB, upset fans.........

    Heck no I'm not offering AD.

    My attempt at being funny again seems to have missed the mark.
    For that I apologize.

    ;D
    LOL!
    I got it and I came back with a funny, internet humor is so lame and overrated.
    LOL!

    The Texans could use a RB solution though. We are going to have to contend with Andre Johnson, hope we can contain him.
    We know they are going to force it to him.

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