Texans loss a crying shame

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HOUSTON, Tx. — Many Texans fans are still mourning the heartbreaking loss to the Cowboys.

It’s clear the game means more to Houston than Dallas since Jerry’s World was packed with loud Texans fans.

At today’s press conference Texans head coach Bill O’Brien commented on the crowd, “We just can’t thank the fans enough for that turnout. For Dallas to have to go to a silent count because of the Houston fans says a lot about this city.”

“All the red in the stands and all that, it was something I hadn’t seen before but pretty cool for us” said quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. The fan power wasn’t enough though.

Rather than us pointing out what went wrong, we let the fans grade the team. Fans gave the Defense grades of A-,B+ and C+. The Offense averaged a C grade with one Cowboys fan pointing out Arian Foster was the whole offense. Fans gave Ryan Fitzpatrick C’s and D’s.

Up next, a primetime Thursday night game with the division rival Indianapolis Colts and hometown quarterback Andrew Luck, but forget Luck, if the Texans quarterback doesn’t play better, most of us will be crying on Friday.

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