View: 63|Reply: 0

Braxton Miller Jersey

[Copy link]







Full Member

Rank: 3Rank: 3

Post time 2019-05-22 09:39:53 | Show all posts |Read mode
The 2018 season comes to an end for the Houston Texans."Throw the ball against the Houston Texans. I’m exasperated and wheezing as my tongue seizes up in my stomach from saying the same thing so many times in so many different ways. Well Womens Brandon Dunn Jersey , here it is, like it was here the last month of the season. The Colts scored touchdowns on three of their first four drives; a red zone interception was the only thing that prevented them from going four for four. Shareece Wright was beat by a double move for a score. Eric Ebron caught another touchdown. No one could cover T.Y. Hilton in the first half. Surprisingly, Indy ran the ball surprisingly well as well. While all this was going on, the Texans took some deep shots; neither landed. They tried to run the ball; it didn’t work. Houston oscillated from ineffective runs on second and ten to third down dump-offs. Deshaun Watson needed to be spectacular for the Texans to win today. He wasn’t. He missed a touchdown throw on fourth down to end the half, and he missed open throws throughout this game. The best part of Houston’s passing offense was Watson scrambling when nothing else was open. Things did get a little interesting in the second half. Watson led a touchdown drive, mainly by running, and he hit on a few crossing routes. The Colts sat back and ran the ball to keep the clock running, and the Texans finally got a pass rush on third down. The Colts’ defense sat back, and Watson moved the ball on check downs, curls, and scrambles. 21-14 would have been a damn ball game. It never arrived. Failure on fourth and ten ended it. With the secondary Houston has, they needed the offense to score 27 points or so to beat the Colts. The Texans’ offense scored seven points today, and they lost because of that. Maybe they should have tried to score points in the middle part of the season to be better prepared for games like this, but hey, that’s just me. This is usually part where I say the Texans play someone next week at a certain time, but that’s not happening this week. The lights are off. The season is over. It’s time to just be football fans. We’ll be back later to talk about the upcoming offseason. HOUSTON (AP) — With a stirring rendition of “I’ll Fly Away” marking the conclusion of a memorial service for former Houston Texans founder and owner Bob McNair, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones wiped tears from his eyes Friday afternoon.“It’s ironic that I’m getting emotional because the only other time I ever teared up was right on this field when the Texans and Bob kicked our butt in the first game that was ever played in this stadium Jordan Akins Jersey White ,” Jones said, recalling Houston’s 19-10 win over the Cowboys in their inaugural game in 2002. “The Texans put it on the Cowboys and it was a glorious night to begin the Texans. Bob was so special.”More than 1,000 of McNair’s friends, members of the Houston and NFL community, players and coaches past and present, gathered to pay respects and say goodbye to McNair, who brought the NFL back to Houston for its inaugural season in 2002 after the Oilers moved to Tennessee.Former Secretary of State James A. Baker, a close friend of McNair’s, opened up tributes by saying the gathering was in the “House that Bob Built.” Baker said he and McNair enjoyed a love of politics, football and quail hunting, and said it was former President George H.W. Bush who converted both of them from Democrats to Republicans.Baker talked about McNair’s determination and told a story of how he only saw McNair give up on a quest once in his life, when the two were quail hunting in sweltering south Texas heat. After a long and miserable day, McNair finally said in his Southern drawl, “Calf rope,” an expression similar to “Uncle” or “I give up.”The Rev. Eric Manning provided a welcome and an opening invocation. Manning is the senior pastor at Mother Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Charleston, South Carolina, the site of a July 2015 race-inspired mass shooting.NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell also spoke Braxton Miller Jersey , calling McNair one of America’s finest sportsmen and business leaders. Goodell talked about that expansion process and how Houston was a long shot early on, but McNair never wavered.“Bob was not in it for himself. He wanted to return the NFL to Houston because of his tremendous loyalty to the community,” Goodell said. “He knew that bringing the NFL back would help show the world what an extraordinary place Houston is.”Goodell praised McNair for his faith, integrity, patience, honesty and thoughtfulness.“Not to put any more pressure on you and the team, but you know how much Bob wanted to win a Super Bowl,” Goodell said, looking to Texans coach Bill O’Brien.Texans defensive end J.J. Watt praised McNair for his philanthropy and generosity in the community. Watt recalled a charity event at NRG Stadium when, at the end of the event after “tons of money” had been raised, it was announced that McNair committed to matching everyone’s combined donations.“That’s what Mr. McNair did. He would do the kindest things at random moments, and he would do it many times when people had no idea that he was doing it,” Watt said. “I consider myself lucky to have known him, lucky to have learned from him, and I can only hope that I’m making him proud in the way that we represent his organization.”Dr. Harris Pastides, president of the University of South Carolina, mentioned a commencement speech McNair did at his alma mater in 1999 and how McNair talked about meeting his wife Whitney Mercilus Jersey , Janice, and telling her parents they were moving to Texas for a few years to build some capital before returning home.“He then reminded the graduates to never make promises they could not keep,” Pastides said.Dr. Dave Peterson, pastor emeritus at Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church, talked about McNair’s drive, which he said he believed was instilled in McNair from an early age. Peterson told a story of a young McNair in his small hometown of Forest City, North Carolina who wanted his country dirt road to be paved so badly that he would repeatedly stomp on a strip provided by the state’s transportation department to determine how busy the road was and whether or not it needed to be paved.Peterson said he visited McNair at the hospital on Thanksgiving and said he was saddened to see him suffering. Peterson noted the last few months of McNair’s life were painful, adding that in seeing the pictures and videos paying tribute to McNair, “It’s good to see him smiling again.”McNair died on Nov. 23 at the age of 81. He had battled both leukemia and squamous cell carcinoma in recent years. He died peacefully with wife Janice and his family by his side, the Texans said.Following the tributes, a short video montage highlighted McNair’s life, with a focus on his time as Texans owner.“I’d like to think that I’ll be remembered as an honorable man, as a good Christian man, and that I always did things in a first-class manner and treated people honestly,” McNair said on the video. “I think that would be a good legacy.”


Use magic Report

You have to log in before you can reply Login | Register !login!

Points Rules

  Our Facebook

IOS Download

Archive | Mobile | Dark room |

2019-06-19 20:50 GMT+8 , Processed in 0.613322 second(s), 19 queries .

ចូល​គណនី​តាម​ Facebook ​ដោយ​សុវត្ថិភាព​ត្រឹម​តែ​1​វិនាទី​ ។ ​លោក​អ្នក​​នឹង​អាច​ចូល​មេីល​អត្ថបទ​សំណេីច​ ហ្គេម​ និង​ភាព​យន្ត​ជា​ដេីម ​បាន​យ៉ាង​ច្រេីនថែម​ទៀតដោយសេរី។
Directly login by Facebook safely in one second. And you will see more jokes, games, movies and others.

Power by: 9zhuotech© 2013-2017

Quick Reply To Top Return to the list