A relatively poor half of football by the hometown team. A really good half of football by the hometown team. Some unconscionable calls by the men in stripes. A 10-3 record. Two losses in a row. An end to their 21 game home winning streak. A magnificus error by some videographer. Sunday is finally here. The team is in and onto Cincinnati. What's in store?
I thought last week was going to be the breakout week for the Patriots offense. Of course looking back, that wasn't a very good prediction considering that the Texans' coaches have more experience with the Patriots' offense than most of our current players.
Tom Brady has fallen off the cliff. Tom Brady is showing his age. Tom Brady isn't elite anymore. Blah blah blah. How about Tom Brady is using his brain and doing what's best for both himself and the team.
The sick Patriots are in Houston to take on a pretty good football team. That team is still coached by two Belichick disciples: Head Coach Bill O'Brien and Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator Romeo Crennel. Additionally, the Texans are coming off of a "mini-bye" as they last played the Colts in Houston on a Thursday night.
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