Sunday, October 14, 2012
Texans not thinking about prestige
By Paul Kuharsky
HOUSTON -- The Green Bay Packers have deep, long roots and an impassioned regional and national following.
The Houston Texans do not.
That had no bearing on Houston as it prepared for tonight’s game at Reliant Stadium against Green Bay. Running back Arian Foster doesn’t think the Texans are measuring themselves against the Packers any more than they do against any opponent any week, he said.
“That’s up to whatever your pen writes there,” he said. “We’re going to go out and play whoever they let us play and we’re going to go out there and settle it on the field. We’ll let you guys worry about the prestige of the organizations.”
What I’d hate to see happen here is the Texans lose, which would hardly be an unreasonable result, and for people to overact about how the Texans have not beaten anybody and couldn’t produce in a big test against a desperate team.
Win or lose, they’re good and everyone should know it after five games and no losses.
Inactives for tonight, when the roof is closed.