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Houston Texans Podcast: Overwhelmed By The Immensity Of Life (Texans-Colts Review)

Matt Weston and BFD review the Texans’ newest tally in T.Y. Hilton’s destruction of the Houston Texans.

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I’m old, I’m tired, and I’m stupid.

Yes, I know the Texans lost 31-3 to the Indianapolis Colts, but throughout this episode of BRR, I said the Colts scored 34 points. After all these years and all these games, some things get lost in the wind. You know, like how many games Houston lost in Indianapolis before Bill O’Brien broke the curse, or how many receptions T.Y. Hilton has against Houston over the years, or which year Mike Vanderjagt nailed a game-winning kick with zero seconds left. Caring about the precise details is for nerds, the ones who miss doing homework. We are big picture thinkers here at BRB. Sucking in the enormity of everything and being exasperated is what matters. Three points isn’t that big of a deal. Understanding Davis Mills’ skillset is.

On this episode of Battle Red Radio, Matt Weston and BFD, review Houston’s 3-34 3-31 loss to the Indianapolis Colts. Topics include what is Davis Mills good at, Laremy Tunsil’s absence having zero impact on this game, the rotten game plan that Tim Kelly came up with, Jonathan Greenard’s breakout game, picking through the young talent, Nick Caserio bashing, whether there’s anything Lovie Smith can do, and the Sisyphean nature of the last 11 games of the regular season.

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