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PUT YOUR NAME ON IT: What Will The Houston Texans' Record Be At The End Of The 2013 Regular Season?

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With the Houston Texans getting back to work and the second half of the season looming, what's your best guess as to what the team's record will be at the end of the 2013 regular season?

This is not going according to plan.
This is not going according to plan.
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A little less than two months ago, your intrepid band of BRB staff writers went on the record with their predictions for the Texans' 2013 season. Every last one of us forecast your Houston Texans would remain atop the AFC South; the only real disagreement was how far the Texans would advance in the playoffs. While we didn't do game-by-game predictions, I believe it's safe to assume no one was calling for the Texans to be 2-5 after seven games.

2-5. Man. I'm beginning to feel like my prediction of an 11-5 regular season record and a berth in the AFC Championship Game may have been a bit ambitious.

The Texans get back to work this week and begin the second half of their season. They've got a date with the Colts on Sunday Night Football in six days. After that, their schedule reads as follows:

Week Ten: @ Cardinals
Week Eleven: Raiders
Week Twelve: Jaguars
Week Thirteen: Patriots
Week Fourteen: @ Jaguars (Thursday Night Football)
Week Fifteen: @ Colts
Week Sixteen: Broncos
Week Seventeen: @ Titans

Knowing that they're currently 2-5, what do you reckon the Texans' record at the end of the 2013 regular season will be? Cast your vote in the poll below and then expound upon your theory in the Comments below.