Texans watching Ike's path

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by NewsGrabber, Sep 10, 2008.

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    Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky The Texans are forming contingency plans in case Hurricane Ike throws off their weekend, but owner Bob McNair said today the expectation is the team will not have to use them.
    "The probability is it will go somewhere else," he told Houston reporters. "We have no way of knowing. They have options, our people work on it in the league. And as soon as we get a better fix on where it might come ashore and when, they we can speak more intelligently as to what we might do. Right now, we are playing here Sunday afternoon."
    "We want to do something that makes sense for our team and for our fans. The thing that makes the most sense is to play here. So, we will play here unless we are forced to do something else."
    Left guard Chester Pitts said the team will be ready to go on the move if it has to.
    "This time of year there's so many: Gustav, Ike, and Tina and everyone else," he said. "What are you going to do? If it comes, it comes, you run. But if not, you've got to continue life as it goes."

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