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Will the Houston Texans Be Able to Win for the Gulf Coast?
by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Sep 19th 2008 4:00PM by Stephanie Stradley (author feed)
Filed under: Texans, Titans, AFC South, NFL Fans, NFL Real Talk
Trying to beat the Titans on the road was already going to be a difficult task for the Texans: The Texans have played poorly on the road since Gary Kubiak was their coach. The offensive line is incorporating new starters and a new scheme, and like many teams, have struggled in the past against the Titans defensive line. And the Texans defense has just been bad.

Since Hurricane Ike devastated the Houston-Galveston area, many of the players have mentioned how much they want to win this upcoming game for the fans suffering from the storm. As LB DeMeco Ryans discussed:It’s very big for us. We plan on not only playing for ourselves, but for everyone around the city, everyone around the state of Texas that’s looking to sort of get back to a normal life. Everybody loves to watch football. So, hopefully we can do that for our fans here and for our hometown here in Houston, get back on the winning side of things.Who knows how many people in the Houston area will even be able to watch the game by Sunday. As of this morning, there are still about 1,400,000 households without power in the area. A large portion of the eastern and southern sides of the city are predicted not to have power into next week or longer. Those are huge numbers hard to really comprehend.Continue Reading

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