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Texans Add Notch to Victory Belt

Houston defeats Cleveland and records 9th victory in a row

For all Houston fans, that phrase should have become very familiar to you over the last nine weeks. This past Sunday, the Texans defeated the Cleveland Browns 29 – 13 to extend their winning streak to 9 games and improve their lead in the AFC South to 3 games.

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Bitter Sweet: Texans Defeat the Titans to Extend Winning Streak to 8 and Remember the Life of Owner Bob McNair

Even though the weather outside of NRG stadium was a frigid 50 degrees and before you begin to laugh, that is very cold for a city that is used to 75 degrees with humidity added. Inside the stadium was blazing with one of the hottest teams in the NFL right now. The Houston Texans defeated the Tennessee Titans 34-17 to extend their winning streak to 8 games. They also completed the first game of a three game homestand (Browns, Colts).

Back-to-Work: Texans Take On the Redskins to Try and Extend the Winning Streak to 7 Games

Back in the 80’s there was a famous Dunkin Donuts commercial that was very popular. Fred the Baker (played by actor Michael Vale) would wake up every morning and utter a phrase that is still relevant to this day.

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Tight Rope Act: Texans Extend Their Winning Streak by Defeating the Broncos 19 – 17

Hunter S. Thompson once wrote, “Luck is a very thin wire between survival and disaster, and not many people can keep their balance on it.”

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I Told You So: Houston Defeats the Dolphins to Extend Winning Streak to Five-Games

Have you ever heard that saying that goes, “You should always have some form of humility?” Well, that doesn’t apply to me. When I am right I love to scream it to the mountain top that I am, but I am not afraid to admit when I am wrong. Well, in this case I remember the day and the time I predicted the future like Nostradamus. It was Monday, September 24, 2018. I was doing my daily sports radio show (Sportz Talk with Big Sarge M-F 3-5pm on 1140am/92.3fm KYOK) talking about how the Texans had lost their third game in a row by a combined 15 points.

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The Streak Continues: Houston Defeats Buffalo to Extend Winning Streak to Three Games

No matter whether you like it or not. The Houston Texans are finding ways to win games. They defeated the Buffalo Bills 20-13 to extend their winning streak to three games as they head into a divisional showdown next week with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

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Protect the Ball: Panthers 5 turnovers costs them the game against the Jaguars

Any football coach from Pop Warner to the NFL will tell you that your number one priority on offense is to protect the ball. Any time you turn the ball over, especially in the red-zone, you kill your offensive momentum and miss an opportunity to put points on the scoreboard. Prairie View A&M (3-4, 2-1) learned that lesson the hard way in a 38-0 blowout to SWAC rival, Southern Jaguars (3-3, 2-1).

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Let's Go Streaking: The Houston Texans host the Buffalo Bills looking to extend their winning streak

In the movie Major League II, a story about the Cleveland Indians starting their second season after overcoming adversity and winning a playoff game. The manager Lou Brown is giving his team a pre-game speech the day after they have finally won a game ending a long losing streak. He stands in the middle of the clubhouse and bellows out very loudly.

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The Stars at Night: Texans Defeat the Cowboys In Overtime of the “Battle for Texas”

Anyone who knows me knows that I love a good song. I sing loud and off key all the time. And when I can’t sing, I hum off key just to keep the melody in my head. Some will tell you that music can calm the savage beast. Well on Sunday night in Houston, Texas, there was a song that caused all Texans in attendance to sing very loud and definitely not on the right note or key. “The stars at night, are big and bright, deep in the heart of Texas,” blared through the speakers at NRG park and the sold-out crowd could not have been happier.

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Good Competition: Astros defeat the Indians behind a dominant pitching performance from Gerrit Cole

If you grew up in a house with siblings who played sports, you are very familiar with the competition. Back in 1982, former NBA player Reggie Miller came home from a high school game excited and elated about the 39 points he scored in his basketball game. Now for any other family that would have been great, but not for a family that contained future NCAA champion in women’s basketball, Cheryl Miller.

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