JACKSONVILLE, FL - NOVEMBER 27: Quarterback Matt Leinart #11 of the the Houston Texans looks to pass against the Jacksonville Jaguars November 27, 2011 at EverBank Field in Jacksonville, Florida. Leinart left the game after an injury and the Texans won 20 - 13. Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)
We rode in sorrow, with strong hounds three,
Matt, Matt, and another Matt with no hair,
On a morning misty and mild and fair.
The mist-drops hung on the fragrant trees,
And in the blossoms hung a fellow named Roddy.
We rode in sadness despite the words of Charlie Sheen,
For our best were dead on Florida's green.
OK, so it probably isn't that dire. Still, your Houston Texans find their season in the hands of W.B. Yates and his untested cannon.
Join myself, MDC, and Chris of HoustonDiehards.com. We will break down all the fallout from the last few days, including a segment on "things we would rather do to ourselves than watch Jake Delhomme ruin our team." Other featured segments will include "at least we don't employ Blaine Gabbert," and "Let's make fun of Frank Bush."
If you'd like to get a question answered, there are two ways:
Option A: You could call in to the show! Our phone number is 661-244-9808. I'm not going to try to create a call-in segment anymore. I'll just work with the calls we have. The lines will open after the show starts, and as I see a caller, I'll take them in and let them lob their questions at us. Keep in mind that a) this is not a toll-free call for you and b) it may take 10-15 minutes to get to your call depending on call volume, long-winded responses, and technological constraints.
I should add: If you call, just give us one question. Your best question. Thanks.
Option B: Leave us a question in the comments. We'll try to hit on it in a special segment near the end of the show.
Here's a direct link to the show if the embed link below does not let you listen live. While you wait, you can catch up on last week's show, where audio drops became commonplace!
P.S.: This show will probably have cursing, and will probably not be suitable for younger audiences.