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Texans Find New Way to Lose

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At least the Texans didn't tease us. Those close losses were all starting to look alike anyway.

So when things got tight Sunday afternoon, they found a refreshingly new way to lose. They rolled over and choked like dogs. They played the kind of game that might get people fired in other NFL cities.

Down here in the land of patience and honey, the Texans will stay the course. They'll sell out the stadium and laugh all the way to the bank.

The Texans lost to the Indianapolis Colts 35-27 on Sunday at Reliant Stadium....

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