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    2012 Texans = 2010 Jets.

    Texans D will show up. ... JJ Watt all over Brady. ...

    I can't wait.

    Texans 28
    Pats 17

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    Maybe a 3% chance of happening and I'm being generous. The Texans stink, they proved that tonight

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    This took longer than I expected.

    New England by 14-17.

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    Houston is the 2nd weakest team in the Afc playoffs behind the bengals

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    Schaub is terrible, but it should be a good game.

    I could see Schaub choke in this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnthonySerp View Post
    Houston is the 2nd weakest team in the Afc playoffs behind the bengals
    Gary Kubiak is Marty Schottenheimer. Good enough to take a team with exceptional talent to the playoffs, but no further. The Bengals win the game today if Dalton doesn't miss a wide open Green late in the game.
    Kubiak is just way too conservative. Graham with 4 fgs today and the huge Foster numbers every game are evidence of this. He's just scared to death to take a chance and put his foot on the neck of the opponent. New England big. (Unfortunately.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewYorkSackExchange View Post
    Texans D will show up. ... JJ Watt all over Brady. ...

    I can't wait.

    Texans 28
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    2012 Texans = 2012 Jets, no SB win.

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    2012 Bengals = 2010 Jets ... play-off team but ultimately undone by a lack of offense (limitations at QB especially).

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesR View Post
    2012 Bengals = 2010 Jets ... play-off team but ultimately undone by a lack of offense (limitations at QB especially).
    Sounds more like the 2011 edition of this team. We were great in the 2010-2011 playoffs, Mark included. That was the last time I had any shred of optimism for him .

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewYorkSackExchange View Post
    Texans D will show up. ... JJ Watt all over Brady. ...

    I can't wait.

    Texans 28
    Pats 17
    \\\

    Reliving that heady wonderful glorious day of beating a team in the playoffs that you have not beaten since? Hoping that some other team can do what your team could not.

    Take a minute and think about what that sounds like. What you should do it bet on the Texans. If they win, a double win for you - money and those dastardly people 100 miles north get what is coming to them for being a good team.

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    The Texans the worst AFC playoff team other than the Bengals? What season have you guys been watching?

    They've been struggling recently, nut this is a 12-4 team that mopped the floor with the Broncos (in Denver) and Ravens.

    IMO in the AFC it's the Pats and Broncos and then everyone else (Brady/Manning AFCCG is inevitable) but the Texans are easily the third best team.

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    I think this is one of those rare occasions where you can look at the AFC playoff seedings and pretty much agree it's a perfect ordering of team strength. If the Texans win this game then the Pats have some serious clutch problems. The Pats have every reason to expect a victory, apart from the usual "any given Sunday, playoffs are different, etc." cliches.

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    the pig is ripe

    (Tell me what JJ Watt did the last time these two teams played)

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2 View Post
    the pig is ripe
    Not everything is about you, ya know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirtstar View Post
    Not everything is about you, ya know?
    LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gastineau99 View Post
    Schaub is terrible, but it should be a good game.

    I could see Schaub choke in this one.
    For the past few weeks (especially in key moments last night), Schaub has looked like a deer in the headlights. He should go light a candle today thanking the Creator that Cincy had an even greater choke artist/chicken crap at QB in Andy Dalton. A guy who misses a WIDE OPEN Green for the winning score. Awful, awful game and QB play from both sides.

    That said, New England absolutely torches Houston and sends them back where they belong, home for the rest of the playoffs. Brady goes off and the Pats win 35-10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    For the past few weeks (especially in key moments last night), Schaub has looked like a deer in the headlights. He should go light a candle today thanking the Creator that Cincy had an even greater choke artist/chicken crap at QB in Andy Dalton. A guy who misses a WIDE OPEN Green for the winning score. Awful, awful game and QB play from both sides.

    That said, New England absolutely torches Houston and sends them back where they belong, home for the rest of the playoffs. Brady goes off and the Pats win 35-10.
    +1

    Houston is so overrated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreemanMC View Post
    Graham with 4 fgs today and the huge Foster numbers every game are evidence of this.
    How is that different from the Jets from several years ago when our D and running game were dominant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickBri481 View Post
    Maybe a 3% chance of happening and I'm being generous. The Texans stink, they proved that tonight
    I wish the Jets stunk as bad as the Texans. Let's see they are 13-4 and just beat a good Cincy team in the playoffs, but they stink. Another interesting post from a member of JI.

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    Arian will get yards against Pats. Brady will get TD's against Houston.

    Pats by 10-17 points.

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