At least that's what Matt Mosley muses while putting out an A.P.B. for the Governor's Cup in his weekly Obstructed View column for ESPN Dallas.
A taste of Mosley's dish, which also includes a side of red beans and rice with Marty B:
Like it or not, the Houston Texans are still looking for validation that only comes with playoff success. They opened Reliant Stadium with great fanfare and a win over the Dallas Cowboys in 2002. But No. 1 overall pick David Carr was ultimately a bust and the organization traded for a Falcons quarterback who had languished behind Michael Vick.
Houston has always had an inferiority complex to Dallas based on its lack of non-chain restaurants and the 610 loop to nowhere. There's reportedly something called the Governor's Cup that is on the line each time the Texans and Cowboys play in the preseason, but no one's seen it in years.