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This game is nuts so far haha

The Texans are pumped for sure. See how it rolls, we've been in tough spots before. It's not over yet, despite what some experts say.

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It's not roughing if the defender touches the ball. The ball was tipped. 

I didn't think he got the ball at all. I will re-watch.

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It's not roughing if the defender touches the ball. The ball was tipped. 

Nevermind......ouch

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It's not roughing if the defender touches the ball. The ball was tipped. 

 

No it wasn't. 

 

EDIT: NVM

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I didn't think he got the ball at all. I will re-watch.

You called it. 

 

 

What a train-wreck of a start. Gotta hold 'em to 3 here

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getting tackled by both Mathis and Landry would have to hurt, really........ Andrew Johnson is just mangling us................  They are going to take deep shots all day.

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when I was told by a gambler that everyone was in on one side on this game who played the big money, I now know which side he meant (He wouldn't tell me)

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No roughing the kicker call leads to a huge Houston TD.

 

Wow.

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You have GOT TO BE KIDDING ME... I stayed up until 2.30 in the morning for THIS!

2 bombs are all they have done on offense. I wouldn't think this domination should continue much longer. 

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Bethea never should have turned on it. The hits, or lack there of keep coming. Keenum was hopping around like the you kid he is after the play. Looked amusing.

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