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What I think the Texans are thinking

What I think they’re thinking at the headquarters of the Houston Texans this afternoon ...

OK, let’s get over it. That was a long flight home. It gave us plenty of time to purge that disaster from our system. We didn’t measure up to a good team. If we do what we can, we’ll see them again and have a chance to show we’re better than that. First things first. We win the division with a victory Sunday against the Colts, and winning the division is the top goal. It’s well documented that Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady have beaten us badly and that Peyton Manning put up numbers, too. Maybe Andrew Luck is like them one day, but he’s not like them now. He’s a heck of a young quarterback, but he’s thrown some bad picks. He’s a perfect guy for us to get well against. They’ve got a nice thing going on, but so do we. And we’ve got more talent. The one thing that can throw us off track is spending time feeling sorry for ourselves. There will be none of that.