Texans need win over Pats

Texans need win over Pats

There are 25 comments on the Berkshire Eagle story from Jan 2, 2010, titled Texans need win over Pats. In it, Berkshire Eagle reports that:

A win over the New England Patriots on Sunday would mean everything to the Houston Texans.

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Since: Nov 08

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#23 Mar 17, 2010
hey Alejandro P let me know when the texan learn to win in their own division


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Since: Dec 06

Columbus, Ohio

#24 Mar 17, 2010
The J-E-T-S JETS-JETS-JETS will be the KINGS of the AFC East and probably the whole league next season. There will probably be a work stoppage after next season, but at least I'll be able to see a champion before the strike/lockout. Go JETS!!! They've added Antonio Cromartie and LT, so watch out NFL. Now nobody will pass on them with Cromartie and Revis, and no one will run on them with Chris Jenkins coming back and LT will supplement Shonn Greene and Leon in the backfield, along with Braylon Edwards to be the long threat. Bye Bye Cheatriots, kneel down and bow to the new champs.
Your enthusiam is admirable. However, you DO remember what the Jets did to the Chargers in the playoffs, don't you? Why would the Jets want castoffs from a team they thoroughly dominated?

Cromartie didn't play anywhere near his pro Bowl level of 2007 last year. As a matter of fact, he's been declining RAPIDLY since then. Not to mention all of his personal issues off the field.

Couple Cromartie's decline with the widely reported decline of LT, and you get a couple of big names, and no production. Why didn't the Jets just keep Thomas Jones if all they were going to do was pick up LT for the same money? They let a 1400 yard RB go to pick up a rapidly declining 700 yard back. And, why did they let Kerry Rhodes go? Now they need to draft a starting safety, and hope it all works out. All this in a year with no salary cap. What a waste.

The only smart move they made was tendering Braylon Edwards. I guess we'll just have to wait and see if all these moves work out. Good luck.

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#25 Mar 18, 2010
brass monkey nuts wrote:
hey Alejandro P let me know when the texan learn to win in their own division
I'll be sure and do that. Too bad we can't be part of the AFC West instead!!

Houston, TX

#26 Mar 18, 2010
bob mcnugget


Los Angeles, CA

#27 Apr 3, 2010
Never never ever..


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