Fansided ranks Houston Texans 26th in power rankings


Nov 3, 2013; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson (80) is unable to make a catch during the second quarter against the Indianapolis Colts at Reliant Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports had a creative way for the power rankings for Week 10, but still the Houston Texans were in the lower 20s, as they are the No. 26 team overall.

The creative way was comparing all 32 teams with 80s and 90s TV shows, with the Texans being the “Dawson’s Creek” of the rankings.

Fansided wrote:

"“Another team that thought “this was the year.”  Texan fans may not want to wait, but they’re going to anyway.”"

Remember the theme song for “Dawson’s Creek was “I Don’t Want to Wait,” by Paula Cole? (I had to Google the artist). If that song is stuck in your head all day … I’m sorry. Still, that’s where the Dawson’s Creek reference comes from.

Wanting to wait or not, this team has been waiting for a win since the second week of the season, and have come up with nothing in return.

One plus from their 27-24 loss was the first half start by the Texans with the new duo of Case Keenum-to-Andre Johnson scoring three touchdowns.

The Texans (2-6) still need to show they can put together four complete quarters, because they really haven’t done that all season long, even in their two wins this year.

This week the Texans will look for that win against the 4-4 Arizona Cardinals in Arizona.

As for the rest of the AFC South and their rankings, the Jacksonville Jaguars were 32nd and compared to the former TV show “Good Morning Miss Bliss,” the Colts were No. 6 (Boy Meets World) and the Tennessee Titans were No. 16 (ALF).

The No. 1 ranked team was the Kansas City Chiefs as they were Quantum Leap.