IF fans do boycott and it results in a changed team for the better, then it sends a message that fans do have power. And we will continue to use it, as this Houston Texans’ franchise has ignored us far too long with far little success. It’s time we make it past the damn divisional round.
You readers out there probably think I’m crazy for what I’m saying, and I can’t blame you because I feel crazy typing this all out. But at the end of the day, my support for the Texans’ organization these days has been questioned because this offseason has not gone how I imagined it in any way. I only see it getting worse from here, which frightens me. I hope I’m wrong.
It’s why I am hoping that there isn’t a feud between O’Brien and Watson. There is no way in hell this feud can end well for us fans. If there isn’t a feud, then hopefully Watson will sign an extension at some point and we can move on, FOR NOW.
If there is a feud between them, don’t expect this Texans’ front office to side with Watson with the way things have been going lately under the O’Brien Dictatorship. It won’t end well, especially since O’Brien isn’t known to get good value out of trades, and just keep that in mind if Watson ever appears on the rumor mill.
Prayers up for the Houston Texans as well because this offseason may be a lot longer than it needed to be. More importantly, prayers up for everybody during this difficult time. Please stay safe and make sure your hands are as clean as they can be!
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