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Bleach Social: Where Are You Watching Texans-Colts?

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If the Houston Texans have any hope of keeping their playoff dreams alive, they must do something they've never done--beat the Colts in Indianapolis. What are your plans for the game?

Remember when Dan Freaking Orlovsky beat the Texans in Indianapolis?
Remember when Dan Freaking Orlovsky beat the Texans in Indianapolis?
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One day, your Houston Texans will defeat the Colts in Indianapolis. Theoretically, it has to happen. The coin can't keep coming up tails over and over again. Will Sunday be the first time in Texans franchise history that it happens? If so, all of a sudden, that talk of a playoff berth might not seem so far-fetched. You know you'll be watching. My question is where.

Will you be at Lucas Oil Stadium, letting the cosmic injustice of a franchise getting to go from Peyton Manning to Andrew Luck with only a single year of heartache in between wash over you?

Will you be watching at home, silently mourning Jadeveon Clowney's uncertain future with each unsuccessful Texans pass rush?

Or will you be at a bar, wondering aloud why the Texans' passing game is nothing but DeAndre Hopkins and the occasional Arian Foster wheel route or screen if Andre Johnson can't go?

Whatever your plans, let us know in the Comments. If you're still trying to figure out what you're going to do, or if you're a stranger in a strange land looking for somewhere to catch the game, pose any queries here; someone might have a suggestion for you. Similarly, if you've got a worthy spot staked out somewhere and want to clue fellow Texans fans in to it, please divulge that information in the Comments as well.

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