The ten-year linebacker is cooking for a cause.
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Color me a bit surprised that the road win over the Titans to take control of the division didn’t affect the fan base much at all.
Texans fans, flying high the week before, are now markedly less bullish on the franchise’s future.
The Texans beat the Colts on Thursday Night Football last week to take control of the division. People liked it, but not as much as you might think.
That’s what happens when your team looks like they aren’t even playing the same sport as the opposition.
Barring a complete catastrophe, the Texans’ head coach isn’t going anywhere.
Despite a loss to open the season, Texans fans are more optimistic than they were a week ago.
Was this post done entirely to use the word "sanguine" in a headline? I’ll never tell.
You’ll never guess! Just kidding. You definitely guessed correctly.
Did Houston’s 11-5 regular season record, followed by a flameout against the Colts, followed by a relatively quiet free agency, change how people are looking at the division?
Even Nine Wins In A Row Hasn’t Gotten Texans Fans As Confident As They Were Before The Season Started
Slow to forgive, I guess. Tough crowd.
Dare I say Texans fans are starting to believe in this team for the first time since Week Two?
No respect, I tell you.
And we’re not exactly oozing with confidence, mind you.