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Going to be a tough game IF Brock can start connecting on throws. If he doesn't it won't be too bad for us.

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We didn't capitalize, and the defense actually showed up to start the game. Good god our team can't ever get in sync can it...

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Just now, oldunclemark said:

Houston is the No,1 rated pass defense?  It must be because of who they played

I was surprised too, but as you said, they've played some pretty weak QBs

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Anyone else surfing between the Colts/Cubs games? Oh what a night, and I'm at work lol 

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Just now, Jules said:

We are going to get good field position again..........

This could turn out to be an ugly game

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Just now, Jules said:

Holy crap, is Brock on drugs?

He's terrible so far..

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  We might not tackle to well tonight because we've got one guy with a bowling ball on his hand

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3 minutes ago, Gabriel Alexander Morillo said:

Hoyer is literally a better quarterback than Osweieler. There, I said it 

That would be a hard sell in Chicago right now

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Few things would make me happier than seeing one of our linemen just pummel Brian Cushing a few times

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Turbin is more than capable in the passing game and the play isn't telegraphed like when Ferguson is in there

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