A Season on the Brink: Houston Texans’ Season Turns Disastrous with Oakland Loss

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Published: October 1, 2009

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... no point in rehashing, but the Texans are a disappointing 1-2 after getting out-manned by the New York Jets and fumbling victory away against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

This game against Oakland means much more than a typical early season game.  If the Texans win, they will even their record at 2-2.  The season will continue.  The Texans will still be able to make the playoffs.  Not all will be lost.  Coach Gary Kubiak won't be fired.

If the Texans lose, however, all bets are off.  Kubiak might not last the season.  Defensive coordinator Frank Bush surely won't last the season.  Whole sale changes surely will result.

This is a must win game.  As big as any game in Texans history.  But, there is still hope.  Thankfully, the Texans play the Raiders this week.

In the past two seasons, the Texans have gone 12-4 at home.  Losing their first two games at home this season has been nothing but surprising.  Hosting the Raiders should cure all that...

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