He totes hates "totes" as well.
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Mutombo gives approval to J.J. Watt taking his celebration.
Good news for the Texans: you dominated 57 minutes of that game.
Pretty crazy play among Pittsburgh's mad flurry of points late in the first half.
Houston was comfortably ahead with five minutes to go in the half, then the Steelers exploded for 24 points.
J.J. Watt almost single-handedly beat the Colts, which means he should be able to defeat the Steelers.
J.J. Watt did his best for the Texans. Unfortunately, they needed someone other than him to do something.
A 13-point deficit is actually pretty good for a Thursday game.
Still watching Thursday night games against our better judgment.
It's the battle of Texas and the battle of QBs who extend the play.
Can't get much worse than last season. Oh wait, they signed Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Worst part of the offseason. June. Dead, empty June.
Leave it to Houston to interrupt our night of scotch, sex and yelling at Johnny Manziel (not in that order), but here we are two hours before midnight in the Lone Star State and the Texans have found their new head coach in Bill O'Brien according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Which loser will triumph despite it being against their best interests?