Originally written on 60 Max Power O  |  Last updated 1/8/13
The Houston Texans beat the Cincinnati Bengals on wildcard weekend to earn the right to travel to New England, and a return match with the Patriots. The first game didn’t go so well for the Texans, getting blown out in their biggest game in the team’s short history. The first step for the Texans is to forget the beating they sustained and come up with a plan to combat the Patriots fast paced offense. Matt Schaub will have to be at his best to match wits with Tom Brady, but in the playoffs anything can happen. Schaub spoke briefly about the match up to KILT in Houston with Nick Wright and John Lopez: “We’re excited about it; we’re looking forward to that challenge. Obviously we didn’t play near our type of football or the way we’re capable of playing when we went up there. We’re looking to right that ship.” “We don’t care about that. No one cares. It’s someone’s opinion and they’re entitled to that. It’s motivation. We’re going to go up there and we’re going to play good football and we’re going to give them everything they can handle.”   var switchTo5x=true; stLight.options({publisher:''});
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4 Comments:
  • Throw a few Texans on the Grill. We're done and we will never be a Super Bowl Team W/O getting a QB that can at least run occasionally for a first down.
  • Somehow this is deja-vu all over again. Years ago the Oilers wasted some exceptional talent with mediocre QBing. Today we seem to be suffering less than inspiring coaching as well.
    They could all manage to have a great day, all of them and pull out a win, but no one expects that do we...
    Draft O line, defense secondary,QB and while we're at it someone tell Kubiak to step it up.
  • Schaub sucks....Kubiak sucks....it's a shame that all the Texans are is a field goal kicking team....the so called leaders of this team have no stones and I really don't see that changing overnight....I look for them to come back home with their tales between their legs...talkin' 'bout next year.
  • We were intimidated and humiliated a month ago and I think we learned from it.Our defense is healthy and if we can get back to scoring td's instead fg's this will be fun to watch with a differentoutcome
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