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What Moment, If Any, Brought You Closest To Quitting The Houston Texans?

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You know we have entered the offseason when the discussion posts come home to roost. In this entry, Texans fans talk about what single moment in Texans' history came closest to them jumping off the fanwagon.

A lot--and I mean A LOT--of Texans fans were apoplectic about the decision to draft Mario Williams in 2006.
A lot--and I mean A LOT--of Texans fans were apoplectic about the decision to draft Mario Williams in 2006.
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Stuck in the dead week before the Super Bowl and with the deadest of weeks to come after the Broncos or Panthers emerge as champions, let's consult the offseason topic list and find something about which we can pontificate.

/skims spreadsheet

A-ha. Here we go.

Houston Texans fandom is a winding road, full of peaks, valleys, and even deeper valleys. No doubt your faith has been tested throughout the years, but you're still here, on a Texans fan site in late January. You're a stalwart. Hearty, even.

Unshakable, though? Of course not. No one is. Surely there has been at least one moment in your fandom where you thought to yourself, "That's it. They've finally done it. I've had enough. I want to get off the roller coaster and find some other way to spend my free time." In a history that's rife with missteps and heartbreak, what single moment brought you closest to disowning the Houston Texans?

Share your answer in the Comments below and see what Texans fans cite as their personal nadir.