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Houston Texans Podcast: The Doors Of Perception (Texans v. Buccaneers Review)

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Matt and BFD free their minds, calcify their egos, break down the Texans’ win over the Buccaneers, and talk about another AFC South Championship.

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The Buccaneers are the NFL equivalent of a hallucinogenic experience. A holographic sheen covers all things: deep passes, missed open receivers, turnovers, so many turnovers, big blitzes, receivers running uncovered downfield (except against the Houston Texans), silly rush attempts in short yardage situations, with it all, of course, coming down to a final possession. After embarking on a game against the Buccaneers, the opponent may have epiphanies, come to realizations, and gain a deeper understanding of the things that have been eluding them. What was once a bowl of spaghetti pushed across the table of time is now untangled, straight, clear and concise.

In this episode, BFD and I discuss the Texans winning another AFC South Championship. Topics include Jameis Winston’s interceptions, the Texans ESTABLISHING THE RUN, the TEXANS ESTABLISHING THE RUN, the lack of deep passing, Deshaun Watson’s strange performance, if Houston’s defense played well, starting the starters against Tennessee, and the impending Buffalo Bills postseason rampage.

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