Found December 20, 2012 on State of the Texans:
In a celebratory episode of Luv Ya Steel Blue, Pat makes his triumphant return to the podcast with Mike and Cleaver as they discuss the Texans second consecutive division crown, why J. J. Watt should win defensive player of the year and whether or not Gary Kubiak and Matt Schaub are the demons this fan base makes them out to be. We might even discuss some of the creepy things you can do with an iPhone and Face Time. All of this and much much more in this week’s expanded episode.    
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