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The 2015 season looks to be promising, it was a very busy off-season acquisition. Sad part is Andre Johnson is no longer with us. Played for 12 seasons in Houston of sweat, blood, and tears. We will miss him. :( 

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Texans drafted three players in the first three rounds

 

Kevin Johnson CB (Wake Forest)

Benardrick McKinney ILB (Mississippi State)

Jaelen Strong WR (Arizona State) 

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Arian Foster will miss half of the NFL regular season with a torn groin which had surgery to repair the damage. Gamoto, this guy hardly stays healthy! 

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Brian Hoyer is garbage! Throw Ryan Mallett in the game and our team comes to life! He MUST start the rest of the season! 

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Titans 12-4???? lmaooooooooo :lol: :lol: :lol: 

I really like Marcus Mariota, but your team isn't going to finish with 12 wins. 

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Yes, our division is crap. We got destroyed by the Falcons. 

If the Texans don't turn around soon, there season is lost in a New York minute. 

Got to win against the Colts Thursday night. 

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Texans got destroyed by the Fins 44-26. 
Just to add more insult to the wound, Arian Foster done for the season with a torn achilles tendon. 
Despite the fact we are only one game behind the Colts for the AFC South lead. :lol:

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AFC South 

Indianapolis 3-4

Houston 2-5
Jacksonville 2-5
Tennessee 1-5 

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Nai kala. 2-6 already with games against the Pats, Jets, Panthers, and Raiders. 5-11 max. Colts win the division going 7-9

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Texans won the biggest game of the season, taking down the previous undefeated Bengals 10-6. 
 

The division shapes up to be a good one 

 

Indianapolis 4-5

Houston 4-5

Jacksonville 3-6

Tennessee 2-7 

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Andrew Luck out 2-6 weeks with a kidney problem, that one hurts for the Colts 

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Pats are plowing through any opponent. If they keep Brady and Gronk healthy they will win another one with ease. They had no business beating the Giants but they did it with ease.

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Texans beat Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Jets 24-17 to go 5-5. 
Colts, on the other hand beat the Falcons 24-21

 

Both teams remind tied on top of the AFC South 

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Texans beat the Saints 24-6

Currently Texans are the #6 seed in the AFC, the final playoff spot. 

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It's all come down to this Sunday as the Texans go to Indy (where they never won) to face the Colts. 
It's now or never for our season. 

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Houston Texans finally won their first ever game in Indianapolis 16-10 behind our 3rd string QB Brandon Weeden (who recent got cut by the Cowboys). With a win next week vs. Titans in Nashville along with a Colts loss in Miami, we will win the AFC SOUTH!! 

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Thank you kind sir! 
On to the wild-card game against the Kansas City Chiefs
Will be a tough one, if J.J. Watt or Whitney Mercilus can get to Alex Smith in this game, we got a good chance to win. 

Brian Hoyer will be making his first career NFL playoff start, he must have a big game. No room for error. 

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Texans deserve this loss

No way they could beat anybody in the playoffs with a s%$#! QB we have. 

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Houston Texans defeat Oakland Raiders 27-14 and will face either Kansas City Chiefs or New England Patriots. Brock Oswelier played his best game of the season, no turnovers for the first time at home. 

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DeShaun Watson appears to be our quarterback of the future. Baring injuries, he has the potential to lead the Texans to Super Bowl titles. We will need a healthy J.J. Watt, Whitney Mercilus, and Donta Foreman. Texans have to improve the offensive line and secondary. They need to address a back up quarterback because both Tom Savage and T.J. Yates were horrible in Watson's absence. A play making tight end could also help. 

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I wish you all the best. Deshaun Watson had a promising short spell. Let's see if this promise materializes and he takes the next step.

Looking forward to seeing the Texans have a solid new season.

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