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Open Game Day Q3 Thread: Houston Texans v. Cincinnati Bengals

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Your Houston Texans are holding the undefeated Bengals in check, and the opportunity for a big upset is there if the corrupt NFL referees will stay out of the way in the second half.

What the NFL officials are doing in this stadium should be classified as a crime!
What the NFL officials are doing in this stadium should be classified as a crime!
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The halftime score is Cincinnati Bengals 6, Houston Texans 3.  The refs continue to screw the Texans with no-calls for holding on offensive linemen who repeatedly hang all over J.J. Watt, and defensive backs with early contact (a/k/a pass interference) on DeAndre Hopkins, but that's todays's garbage NFL for you.

Notwithstanding a second-half screwing by corrupt NFL officials, there's actually hope for the Houston Texans to dump the Cincinnati Bengals for an upset in the second half tonight.  If Brian Cushing and J.J. Watt have anything to say about it, we'll be there!

Let's go Texans, let's go!!

Let's go Texans, let's go!!

Let's go Texans, let's go!!

Let's go Texans, let's go!!

Let's go Texans, let's go!!

Let's go Texans, let's go!!

Let's go Texans, let's go!!

Let's go Texans, let's go!!