What can I expect from the Texans this year in 35 words or more please?

Houston Texans Football team

Asked By: Silver - 5/27/2008
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Don't listen to any of these people here, most of these guys have no idea what the heck they are talking about... More
Answered By: texasheavymetal - 5/28/2008
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Andre Johson is the key to your team I believe. If he can play a full season healthy I expect wildcard game in there future.
Answered By: It's getting hot in here. - 5/27/2008
eight and eight.
Answered By: merlin g - 5/27/2008
They will do good. 9-7, around there will be their record. They will not make the playoffs, Shuab will be better, Andre Johnson probably wont recover and miss alot of games, but they will still do decent
Answered By: Split/Curb - 5/27/2008
Answered By: Flash Baylor - 5/27/2008
You can expect Mario Williams to have a spectacular year, and a better than expected year out of Matt Schaub. Still not a playoff contender, but better days are ahead. If they can establish a good running game, the Texans may shock a couple of teams.
Answered By: tinybuttremendous - 5/27/2008
Better than average. 8-8 to 10-6 They'll miss the playoffs because of their division
Answered By: packin'08 - 5/27/2008
If Matt Schaub and Andre Johnson can stay healthy, if the Texans can find someone to run the ball with, and if the O-line can block, they might have a shot at a wildcard.
Answered By: 21 - 5/27/2008
Matt Schaub and Andre will finally remain healthy throughout the whole season. The Texans will have the best season in franchise history. They will go 9-7 and make the Playoffs as a #2 Wild Card.
Answered By: ♥John T.™♥ - 5/27/2008
the same as last year
Answered By: lilcblock1885 - 5/27/2008
They are a good team now, just not as good as Indianapolis, Tennessee or Jacksonville. They will have a winning record since Schaub has grown up a lot in football, my guess is that it will be a 9-7, unluckily for them all the other teams in the division will have better records. I don't think they will make the... More
Answered By: Rodanz - 5/27/2008
Two weeks ago, I was expecting big things. But since then Andre Johnson has undergone knee surgry (again) and that has me very worried. I had him on my fantasy team and he is a game breaker. To me their quarterback issue is not as big as some might make it out to be. Matt was good, but so too was his backup. The... More
Answered By: Contact - 5/27/2008
Sucking comes to mind.
Answered By: stan l - 5/27/2008
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