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  1. Yes, definitely wear your gear. I've gone to a couple Ravens games and there has been heckling but it's all in good fun. Even after we beat them in the playoffs in 04 a few of the fans congratulated me.
  2. I don't believe anything O'brien says. However, if he played his starters before in similar situations what makes you so sure he won't play them now? Especially non-injured starters.
  3. As stated earlier in the thread, a couple years ago the Texans did play what seemed to be all their starters in a very similar situation. In that game their starting QB, Tom Savage, was concussed and not eligible to play in their wildcard game. It wasn't a big deal at the time because both Savage and Osweiler were garbage, but maybe it knocked some sense into Bill O'Brien. Watson is obviously way more valuable.
  4. From what I can see it doesn't look like they rested anyone that year. Although they were in the middle of a QB controversy so Savage needed the reps. Edit: a quote i found from before that game: With the division title wrapped up, O’Brien was asked how much his starters will play against the Titans . “We’re not even talking about that,” O’Brien said. “We’re playing to win. We’ve got a chance to win 10 games. I don’t know how many double-digit win seasons the Texans have had, but I think that’s important. I think every game counts. “I think any time you line up in this league, I think it’s really just out of respect for the National Football League and football in general. You play to win.”
  5. Meanwhile the Steelers are 3 point underdogs against the Ravens backups.
  6. I just don't think the coaches really care about 3rd seed vs 4th seed. I sure wouldn't.
  7. So if the Colts lose tomorrow, and the Texans win Saturday, I guess we'll all be watching Jets/Steelers instead of the Titans game on Sunday.
  8. Totally, and it happens after LITERALLY every loss.
  9. If the Packers win Sunday, we get flexed. If the Bears win Sunday, we don't get flexed.

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