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We pondered why, even as the Texans seem be proving themselves to be a legitimate team, Pittsburgh Steeler fans were still able to make up a sizable part of the Reliant Stadium crowd Sunday.
One explained, and complained.
That's the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard. I live in Houston but will be a Steelers fan for life. I still want to see the Texans do well also. No one should be complaining about anything or making comments about our towels. Steelernation came to Reliant Stadium with class and dignity and, although we lost, we enjoyed the game. And unlike last year when all those Dallas fans came to town, no changes to any rules will be needed. We travel well and respect the places we visit. Some Houston fans need to be a liitle more respectful towards the visitors. Visit Heinz Field and you'll find out what I'm talking about (unless you're a Browns fan)! I'm looking forward to playing the Texans again in January...if not this year then next.