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    Re: Severe Rain in the Forecast for Sunday Night!

    Quote Originally Posted by steelernation77
    On a serious note, I don't like what this could do to our passing game, which is our biggest asset against the Browns.
    Our run blocking looked pretty good last week, maybe FWP will get another hat trick, maybe Mendy gets his first points!


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    Re: Severe Rain in the Forecast for Sunday Night!

    Houston is supposed to get pummelled with rain because of Ike hitting land this weekend. It is so bad that even though they have a retractable roof stadium, they still moved their Sunday game with the Ravens to Monday night football, so there will be 2 MNF games again this week (only they will be played at the same time this time around).


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    Re: Severe Rain in the Forecast for Sunday Night!

    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
    Houston is supposed to get pummelled with rain because of Ike hitting land this weekend. It is so bad that even though they have a retractable roof stadium, they still moved their Sunday game with the Ravens to Monday night football, so there will be 2 MNF games again this week (only they will be played at the same time this time around).
    TX is not very happy right now. We should be OK-ish in San Antonio, but probably will have a lot of refugees.

    If the big one hits Houston, it will be a very bad thing. Houston floods really badly even with heavy thunderstorms.


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