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 Post subject: Re: Houston vs San Francisco
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I'm not sold Yates would be this bad


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 Post subject: Re: Houston vs San Francisco
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 Post subject: Re: Houston vs San Francisco
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Holy cow Houston does not even look like an NFL team. This is a much different Houston team.


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 Post subject: Re: Texans Vs. 49ers
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Maybe stuff just doesn't register in my brain. But we struggled with the Texans last week but ripped apart the 49ers. Right now the 49ers are steamrolling the Texans. I'll never understand football


Well for one we played the Niners at the CLINK and the Niners got the Texans at Home where we had to travel for the second straight time for a 10am start


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 Post subject: Re: Texans Vs. 49ers
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BleedGreenNblue wrote:
Maybe stuff just doesn't register in my brain. But we struggled with the Texans last week but ripped apart the 49ers. Right now the 49ers are steamrolling the Texans. I'll never understand football


Well for one we played the Niners at the CLINK and the Niners got the Texans at Home where we had to travel for the second straight time for a 10am start


Ya that's it. Please!


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 Post subject: Re: Texans Vs. 49ers
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WilsonMVP wrote:
BleedGreenNblue wrote:
Maybe stuff just doesn't register in my brain. But we struggled with the Texans last week but ripped apart the 49ers. Right now the 49ers are steamrolling the Texans. I'll never understand football


Well for one we played the Niners at the CLINK and the Niners got the Texans at Home where we had to travel for the second straight time for a 10am start


Ya that's it. Please!


What a shocker, whiners coming over to gloat .. Good game, now either talk football or beat it....

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 Post subject: Re: Texans Vs. 49ers
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hawker84 wrote:
lvnginhwktwn wrote:
WilsonMVP wrote:
BleedGreenNblue wrote:
Maybe stuff just doesn't register in my brain. But we struggled with the Texans last week but ripped apart the 49ers. Right now the 49ers are steamrolling the Texans. I'll never understand football


Well for one we played the Niners at the CLINK and the Niners got the Texans at Home where we had to travel for the second straight time for a 10am start


Ya that's it. Please!


What a shocker, whiners coming over to gloat .. Good game, now either talk football or beat it....


Not gloating, just thought statement was ridiculous. Stop using 10am as excuse for anything. Different teams are going to match up differently whether at home or on the road, PST or EST.

Why is it you beat us at home 29-3 and it's "huge win", "ass whippen". etc., etc., etc. Houston scored 20 on you and almost handed your first loss, granted it was on the road, but really? It was because it was 10am. We beat the same team 34-3 and it's because we were at home and you were on road with 10am start, get real and try giving credit where credit is due. Like I said some teams just match up better.

We both lost to the colts, is it because we suck? No we just didn't get the job done against a good team, not the refs, not the start time, just didn't play well enought to win.

Like I said didn't come here to gloat. I am suprised by all the negativity coming out of the Hawk fans about your loss. I guess you know who your real fans are now. It was one loss, some of you act like you just lost the SB.


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 Post subject: Re: Houston vs San Francisco
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Houston's offense is awful, 49ers offense wasn't impressive either.

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 Post subject: Re: Houston vs San Francisco
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It's alwasy tougher to play on the road in a hostile environment, to say otherwise is silly... they don't call it homefield advantage for nothing.

I personally don't believe in the 10am start curse, but playing on the road is much tougher than playing at home...Any player/coach will tell you that.

Colts are a great team, i'm now a believer in Luck, but to say there were no questionable calls is false to say the least.
i'm not contributing them soley as the reason why we lost, but they certainly were a part of the reason. You can't play bad defense with poor officiating and expect to win very often, especially on the road against a playoff caliber team.

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 Post subject: Re: Houston vs San Francisco
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It's alwasy tougher to play on the road in a hostile environment, to say otherwise is silly... they don't call it homefield advantage for nothing.

I personally don't believe in the 10am start curse, but playing on the road is much tougher than playing at home...Any player/coach will tell you that.

Colts are a great team, i'm now a believer in Luck, but to say there were no questionable calls is false to say the least.
i'm not contributing them soley as the reason why we lost, but they certainly were a part of the reason. You can't play bad defense with poor officiating and expect to win very often, especially on the road against a playoff caliber team.


There were bad or no calls on both sides. The trend I see recently is the ref's concentrating on these new rules so much they forget about the old and still valid rules. Lineman getting away with holding all over the place on both sides.


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 Post subject: Re: Houston vs San Francisco
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You know i keep hearing that, but nobody has been able to remember the ones on the Colts? besides the play where (according to Colts fans) Clemons damn near took Lucks head off with a tomahawk chop, what no calls/bad calls went against INDY?

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 Post subject: Re: Houston vs San Francisco
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I hear an announcer during the Denver Dallas game state that Denver will get the benefit of good calls because of Payton M. This guy was Denver's announcer. I wonder how true this is for certain qb or teams that are well liked


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 Post subject: Re: Houston vs San Francisco
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I hear an announcer during the Denver Dallas game state that Denver will get the benefit of good calls because of Payton M. This guy was Denver's announcer. I wonder how true this is for certain qb or teams that are well liked


Peyton will get every BS call until he retires. If someone hits him too hard legally then expect a personal foul call immediately after. He has always had preferential treatment.

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