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TexansAllTheWayBaby
11-06-2005, 01:27 PM
Okay, respectable first half by our Houston Texans. We made some big plays offensively, in terms of the running game, we're picking up small, but solid gains. Defensively, we're getting off the field on 3rd downs, and playing motivated football.

However, we're only up 7-0 at this point, so obviously we still have a good amount of work to do. Here is what we need to do in the second half to put our guys in the best possible position to pull this one out...

- Find Andre Johnson for moderate yardage plays on offense. He's our playmaker, had some nice plays in the first half, lets continue to feed him.

-Protect David Carr. Drew Hodgon is out, his return is questionable. Now it's time for our O-Line to step up and pick up some blocks, as they have nicely thus far.

-Continue to make big plays on defense. This will also buil more momentum for our Texans.

Our halftime position is respectable, with a 7-0 lead. I'm cheering like crazy, never give up! Be a true fan,

Go Texans:texflag:

TexansJunkE
11-06-2005, 03:06 PM
WOW.............I guess now we can say that with Chester at the LT position, we are a different team. Wand must go!

V Man
11-06-2005, 03:14 PM
WOW.............I guess now we can say that with Chester at the LT position, we are a different team. Wand must go!


Why wasn't Wand put at LG, that is my question? Pitts has been doing very well, sacks are going down. So when one guy goes down, instead of replacing his position, we chang the whole left side. McKinney to Center and put Wand or who ever at LG and leave Pitts at LT. Make sense to me, hey but I'm not a Texan's coach so what do I know.

TexansJunkE
11-06-2005, 03:18 PM
Good call! I can't believe they moved CP back to guard. Never thought about moving Wands inside, but I guess I can not think about those things............I'm not getting paid millions of dollars and a Head Coach of a NFL team.