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  • #76
    This weekend we play the Jets and as always I believe we got a great shot at winning. Even though we haven't won on a consistant basis I believe that we have made huge progress and should be able to take this one. Thought's on matchups?

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    • #77
      my expert analysis: we still suck, but not as bad as we did last year...we will likely lose tomorrow, as well...

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      • #78
        Win tomorrow

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        • #79
          good fight but lose in the end

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          • #80
            Originally posted by primetime0506
            good fight but lose in the end
            just like always...

            then we can congregate and say "isn't it good that we didn't get blown out"...

            very typical...

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            • #81
              we looked bad 2 day on offense we have to strech the field more and stop with the dink and dunks

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              • #82
                How'd Mario look battling through his injury?

                Sorry I keep having to ask this. Next year my girlfriend is letting me get the NFL package so it will only be a few more weeks.

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                • #83
                  heyyyyyyyyyy guess what?

                  we lost...

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                  • #84
                    Yea not a good game today at least Demeco did well, man that guy is a beast. I don't know if any of you guys were watching the pre game for the Texans game but they showed Nick Mangolds sister and she was a beast. Some bull dike who is a dominant offensive lineman. We may have lost the game but at least none of our players have female relatives that manly.

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                    • #85
                      You know the sad part is. We should be really improved. New coaching, new players, yet the end result's are the same. Stanley messed up horribly on the punt. You're a punter it's not like you got plays to memorize or run you just drop the ball and kick it. How do you mess that up? HOW?!! Then there's AJ dropping critical catches. Not to mention that our running game sucked balls. Don't even get me started on Carr. Okay one comment, HOW DO YOU FORGET WHICH WAY A RUN PLAY IS GOING WHEN YOU JUST CALLED THE DAMN PLAY!!!!????? I dunno, I look at all this stuff and I know there were positives yesterday, but right now I just can't bring myself to be optimistic.

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                      • #86
                        Flanagan and Sage are done for the year. Thomas Johnson is out for 2 weeks. Our 2 starting DTs weren't on on roster until midway through the season. Ouch.

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                        • #87
                          I know the Texans will likely take Peterson if he is there, but it isn't a no-brainer to me. I know the rushing attack has struggled, but I would give hard consideration to Alan Branch if he was still out there.

                          Imagine Mario Williams at a bookend bringing pressure off the edge and Alan Branch on the interior collapsing the pocket. If I was a defensive coordinator, I would salivate at the possibilites. With two studs next to him, a one-gapper like Travis Johnson could thrive. Even Anthony Weaver and Jason Babin would look better at the other bookend.

                          If Peterson was there, I would probably take him. However, I would be tempted to take Branch because I think Davis can still be a feature back under Kubiak.

                          Thoughts?

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                          • #88
                            Originally posted by Thunderstruck
                            I know the Texans will likely take Peterson if he is there, but it isn't a no-brainer to me. I know the rushing attack has struggled, but I would give hard consideration to Alan Branch if he was still out there.

                            Imagine Mario Williams at a bookend bringing pressure off the edge and Alan Branch on the interior collapsing the pocket. If I was a defensive coordinator, I would salivate at the possibilites. With two studs next to him, a one-gapper like Travis Johnson could thrive. Even Anthony Weaver and Jason Babin would look better at the other bookend.

                            If Peterson was there, I would probably take him. However, I would be tempted to take Branch because I think Davis can still be a feature back under Kubiak.

                            Thoughts?

                            No Davis is done playing. We simply have too many holes to fill and none is more important then Tackle and RB position. We need some one like Peterson or Lynch to have any kind of ground game.

                            So far Travis Johnson has been the biggest disappointment for the Texans . He will officially be first BUST in the Texans short time span if his game doesn't improve between now and next year. After next season there is good chance he might be let go.

                            On 610 yesterday Kubiak said he is not sure if Spencer can come back from his injury and be effective. He might have had career ending injury.

                            As much as I like to see Branch playing next to Mario, I really don't see it happening this year due to our needs at secondary, LB, RB and LT.

                            Off season strategy should be to spend tons of money on Briggs and Clements in free agency.

                            Draft -

                            Round 1 - Thomas or AP or Lynch (depending on health of Spencer)
                            Round 2 - FS
                            Round 3 - DT / OLB
                            Round 4 - OC
                            Round 5 - DT / OLB
                            Round 6 - K
                            Round 7 - P

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                            • #89
                              Originally posted by Grid
                              He will officially be first BUST in the Texans short time span if his game doesn't improve between now and next year. After next season there is good chance he might be let go.
                              First BUST????

                              I'll stick to players taken in the first 3 rounds.

                              2002
                              1 David Carr - At this point, you can give all the excuses you want, but I say Bust.
                              2 Jabar Gaffney - Is he out of football yet?
                              3 Charles Hill - Out of football

                              2003
                              2 Tony Hollings - Out of football
                              2 Ben Joppru - Out of football? If not, he's walking the line.
                              3 Seth Wand - Out of football?
                              3 Dave Ragone - Completely wasted pick

                              2004
                              1 Jason Babin - We traded away three first day picks for him. I say bust.

                              2005
                              1 Travis Johnson - Completely baffling pick. Likely a bust

                              Lets not forget that we also gave away a second and a third round pick for Phillip Buchanon. Is he still employed by an NFL team?

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                              • #90
                                A while back I disagreed with Grid about the selection of Peterson in the first rd. I'm not jumping on the bandwagon yet, but with five games left neither Lundy or Gado have shown enough consistency to be starters on our team. There have been a ton of missed lanes throughout the season and one (me) could argue that they make up for it by hitting the lane when they need to. However this last game they both looked beyond horrible. They danced in the backfield, were indecisive and just couldn't pick up any yardage.

                                I think that another thing that ails our running game is the insistence of using the fullback. We've had more success with single back sets. I don't mind the fullback in the backfield if he got carries, but thus far their run blocking has been inneffective and we would be better off running a two RB set instead of using the FB. I guess in short what I'm saying is we don't need Cook get rid of his ass.

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