The Texans Deleted A Poll Asking How They Would Score Their First Touchdown Last Night
Here's the thing about losing 27-0 to a third string quarterback when you literally couldn't ask for circumstances to be working more in your favor. You have to take your lumps after. That's why Bill O'Brien trying to tell journalists what their job is rather than tucking his dick between his legs and throwing himself at the mercy of the court felt strange. It's also why you don't delete a team posted poll - complete with emojis - predicting how you're going to score you're first touchdown after you not only get shutout, but only cross midfield ONCE. The Texans deserved to be publicly shaming after a performance that made watching Team USA disrespect the entire country seem intriguing.
Now granted - due to this brand new, little known smart phone feature called the screenshot - they are getting roasted anyway, but it's bullshit that they thought could get away burn-free after an effort that should have gotten them all burned at the stake. I'm flat-out offended that the Houston Texans twitter team thought they could sanitize themselves of scrutiny after their employer wasted 3+ hours of my life running the ball on 3rd and long. I'm sure they were disappointed after having such blind faith that their offense - led by someone who's apparently about as accurate as the quarterback pay scale - would score.......at all. However, we were all disappointed that we sat through that dumpster fire and we should have been able to easily pour gasoline on it by simply clicking retweet.
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