Whether or not we like basketball, most of us have an opinion on the Lebron James saga. I feel that he couldn't have handled how he left much worse. However, I don't have a problem with him leaving. I understand how Cleveland fans feel. Of course there's a sense of betrayal. In the end though, there's a part of me that feels they don't have the right to feel betrayed and that's for one simple reason: they would have no problem with Lebron leaving if he had stunk for the last seven years. Kris Brown has been the kicker for every game the Houston Texans have existed. He is the only player left from their original 2002 team. Last season he was horrible. In no less than two games he missed FGs that would have brought it into OT. He really struggled. The fans booed him during every kick in that Week 17 game against us. He's still on the roster but the team has signed some competition for him. What if he had been a free agent though? If he was a free agent this offseason and signed with someone else, almost every Texans fan would be more than happy to see him leave. Living in Texas, I know that for a fact. Most fans would actually WANT the door to hit him on the way out. What if he made those FGs? What if the Texans win two OT games and finish 11-5? They're a playoff team. Maybe they win in the divisional round. Fans are happy they got their first winning season this year but 11-5 possibly with a playoff win sure looks really good. They'll look at that team and see the promising young defense, an improving offense and a kicker that comes through in the clutch. Super Bowl in 2010? Same scenario, what if Kris Brown was a free agent? What if he signs with someone else? Fans would be hurt. How could the original Texan betray his team and leave when they're so close to winning it all? Again, I know what the Cleveland fans are feeling. It's human nature. Like I said though, it's because he was so good. It wasn't because he was a hometown kid. It's because he was good. Most of us will be fans of the Patriots until the day we die. We're loyal to the team. That doesn't mean we're loyal to all the players. We're loyal to the ones that help our team win. If Lebron feels he can win by leaving, he has that right. Players only have so long. We have our whole lives.