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Ultimate Texans

We all know that this football season is just like Victor Hugo's Quasimodo. It's ugly and unforgettable. Does that ring any bells for you?

I'll get to the Texans/Patriots game in a few moments. I just want to start this off by telling you that the situation is not that bad for the Houston Texans.

I'm one of those misguided Souls who once believed ole' Matty could've gotten the job done, and that Kubiak could get the team over the hump. Mea Culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa, folks. I know NOW that it couldn't have gone down any other way.

We all realize that this football season as well as the Houston Texans have been "LOST." And 'LOST' is a very appropriate word to be associated with the Texans. But this year really isn't a 'LOST' cause.

Do you remember the TV series, "LOST?" Reflect for a moment, and remember. There's Jack Shepard, the Doctor, John Locke, who was in a wheelchair, Kate Austen, who started the 'LOST' flight in handcuffs. There was Benjamin Linus, a noted 'Person of Interest,' if you catch my drift. Do you remember "the others?" It was all very compelling drama. All of us waited each week in baited anticipation. (Just like Texans' fans have been doing each and every week of this football season.) In all parallels, and in any reality, who is the present day 'smoke monster' in Houston Texans' terms? Is it the owner, Bob McNair? Is it Head Coach Gary Kubiak? Is it General Manager Rick Smith? The answers aren't that apparent.

The big question is will the Texans find that bright, stalwart Soul to lead the team from the deepest shadows of the abyss to guide them into fame, song and glory? Who will "save us" from future humiliation, indignity, despair, and futility?

It's obvious that the former numero uno QB wearing number 8 is not the answer. See ya Matty, my boy. I hope the future is good for you. You're simply not the answer to the Texans' future. Bye, bye. Farewell. So long. Pass "Go," and collect your two hundred dollars.

The answer certainly isn't Gary Kubiak. Stay healthy Gary. The people here in the Houston area still care about you. (Even IF they don't want you to be the Head Coach of the Texans.) The truth remains the truth within all the Texans' strokes of misfortune.

Will the Texans' former number 3 Quarterback who is number 7 become Houston's top gun numero uno next season since we've all found out that number 8 was more than just a few fractions short of being the Texans' ideal Quarterback? And in this particular timeline within our 'LOST' season; that's when number 8 was reduced to just number two, and number 13 became number 3. Remember, this all happened when numbers 23 56 were both reduced to zero this year, and lastly it was a season when we saw number 80 become very angry at 8. (Do you follow me? Sure you do. That's just basic elementary mathematics in practice.)

T. J. Yates is certainly NOT the answer. He did help the team get into the playoffs, once upon a time. And as fans we're grateful. That's a fact, Jack! But that was THEN, and this is NOW. Mr. Yates, you are NOT the answer. The question of who is the heir apparent STILL remains. Will it be Case Keenum or will it be whoever the Texans select as a Quarterback in the 2014 NFL Draft? (And that's IF they spend a top pick on a QB.) Whoever it is, it will not be T. J. Yates. Yates will always be a 'serviceable' BACKUP Quarterback. Again, that's a BACKUP QB. In other words, (former number) 2 can be as bad as (former number) 1, (and now) it's the loneliest number (since CK7) became number 1.

As for the Houston Texans the timeline has already shifted to next season. And just as it did for those stranded characters on the island of the 'LOST;' the Texans' true reality had changed. A former superman among the weaker teams of the NFL has now changed into a Comprar Levitra meek, and mild mannered Clark Kent. (Holy reversals, Batman. What does this mean?)

What it means is: as there's no real joy in this particular Mudville, perhaps this football season can't really be considered a 'LOST' cause. In my opinion this season's escapades moved the Houston Texans a bit forward in their progression.

As it happened the Texans' season came to an end quicker than what we had ever hoped it would be. BUT; IF Arian Foster hadn't been injured, IF Brian Cushing hadn't been snake bit, IF Danieal Manning were still on his feet, IF Owen Daniels remained healthy, IF Ben Tate had spared his ribs from injury, the Houston Texans WOULD have won quite a few more games thus far. And dollars to doughnuts, Matt Schaub would have remained the starting Quarterback throughout ALL of these games. Could it all have happened that way. Definitely! It MAY even have been possible for the Texans to have limped into the playoffs for the third postseason in a row. But that's as far as it would have ever gone for our team.

And yes, after another disappointing run at the Lombardi Trophy; Houston would STILL have Head Coach Gary Kubiak around for yet another year. AND ole' Gary would still be Bio Primo Methenolone Enanthate whispering the same things into Uncle Bob's ear with the proper gusto, "Matt's the guy who can do it. Just trust me. I know what I'm talking about." PLUS, the Texans would be about number 25 or so in line AFTER the first pick was made in the 2014 NFL Draft.

Due to all of this season's misfortune; Houston becomes the first one in the Draft lineup. So, repeat after me, "We're number one!" Shout that from the highest tree. Shout it from the rooftop. Don't feel embarrassed. I'm not. Actually, I'm feeling pretty good about the situation. Why is that the case, Buckaroo? Just like most of the fans, (or I'm hoping that most fans are feeling the same way as I feel), I don't want my favorite football team to tank the season or any game just to get a higher NFL Draft pick. "Anadrol 50" That sorta' stuff just doesn't cotton to me. But when a lot of s, uh, stuff happens, and winds up on the ground, step lively, and just keep moving forward. Perhaps in all "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" of that 'stuff' you'll find a better horse within the pile to bet on in the good times that are down the road. It's just NOT that bad.

Being that Houston DID have an absolutely horrible football season it showed the real flaws within the organization, and some of it can NOW be fixed much quicker. (May I get an amen on that one?)

Did someone have their hand up? Ok, you in the back of the room. Yes, YOU. Did I hear you say the words, "Salary Cap?" I wish you hadn't had brought that up. That is a very complicated situation, and I certainly don't have any solutions to offer you in consolation. My opinion is: 'IF' that particular problem were being addressed, and dealt with in all honesty; quite a few players that could help get the Texans over the hump and possibly winning a Super Bowl would then be gone. The once wide window of opportunity for Houston to win their first NFL Super Bowl Championship is growing ever shorter. If this football season hadn't have unraveled in such a dastardly fashion the franchise would've taken much longer to repair.

A new Head Coach CAN get the team to a Super Bowl. A very "Oxandrolone Powder India" good QB (CK7?) CAN get the team to a Super Bowl. But a NEW General Manager? I just don't think so, Tim. To me that's a very 'iffy' situation. I think that there are better minds than mine out there that could possibly offer a better solution. I do think that "dismantling the football team now" is NOT one of the answers.

This is a much better situation for the Houston Texans than at first glance.

And now, let's take a look at Sunday's football game.

This is the best that I've ever felt after watching the Houston Texans lose a football game. Sure, its been ten losses in a row, but it was a very good effort against a very good team.

This season had quite a few strange things happen to the Texans on several of their initial series. This game was no different. Frankly, I get nervous each time that Keshawn Martin is ready to return a kick. The game started with K Mart deep in the end zone making the catch, and then deciding to run with the football. His return placed the Texans in excellent field position to start their first Offensive series. After a couple of first downs Houston punts to New England and pins them deep on their own 6 yard line.

Wade Phillips troops did a good job not allowing the Patriots to pick up a first down. It was very nice to see the Texans' Defense force a 3 and out.

After New England punts the ball Houston has great field position once more. During this Offensive series Andre Johnson makes the first of many Anavar Cycle Length great plays for the afternoon while picking up 29 yards on a Case Keenum completed pass. A couple of plays later it was Ben Tate taking the handoff from a 2nd down and goal from the Patriot's 7 yard line. Houston displayed impressive run blocking on the play which allowed Tate to breeze into the end zone for a Touchdown.

In New England's next Offensive series Tom Brady's mid field pass was Intercepted by Defensive Back, Johnathan Joseph. Keenum was then pressured early, and often as he appeared to be rattled by a swarming Defense. CK7 proves that he can make the plays, but still displays butterflies as he hurries some of his throws. With a few more games under his belt I'm looking for Keenum to display more calm, and self confidence while under fire. During "4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone Ireland" this drive the Offense stalls, but Houston adds a Randy Bullock Field Goal to the score to increase their lead.

The Patriots move the football very well on the following series and with an outstanding shoestring catch by Rob Gronkowski New England puts their first Touchdown on the scoreboard.

The score is Texans 10, Patriots 7 to end the 1st Quarter.

Case Keenum engineers an impressive start during the Texans' following drive with pass completions to DeAndre Hopkins, and Keshawn Martin. But with the pressure dialed up by the Patriots' Defense he's then sacked for a loss of yardage, and when blindsided he throws an Interception.

The Texans' Defense was about to shut down Tom Brady's Offense when it appeared they were going to punt following a third down Incompletion with 8 yards to go. This is when Brooks Dianabol Structure Reed was flagged after delivering a head shot to Tom Brady, and gave the Patriots another set of downs after the penalty. This was followed by an impressive stop by Houston's Defense that stuffed Brady into a sack. This led to a 55 yard Field Goal attempt by New England that failed to put more points on the board. Houston was left in excellent field position at this point and steadily moved the football. Dennis Johnson showed his running skill on a couple of downs, but the big play of the drive was again by Ben Tate who exploded into the end zone for another Houston Touchdown. After subsequent changes of possession the first half came to a close. Houston had 192 yards of Offensive for the first two quarters of football while New England had 146 yards.





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