View Full Version : McClain and Justice Sound Bite

03-10-2006, 10:43 PM
McClain explained his article earlier this week basically reiterating that the left side of the line is complete w/ Pitts at LT and McKinney at LG. Also, as in the article, Hogdgon will be given every opportunity to start at center.

A little bit more information was include: Wiegart is to be either the RG or RT. It looks like Wade does not fit in w/ the new scheme and is having to come pack from an injury. The is also the possibility that Milford Brown will be resigned to play RG and have Wiegart at RT. McClain expects the Texans to sign two lineman: (1) for depth and (2) another to possibly start at RG, keeping Wiegart at RT.

McClain is likely wrong, but who the heck knows. I would much rather have Wiegart at RG, he has lost a step are two and this has hurt his pass blocking ability off the edge. I also think that the team should bring in another player via the draft or free agency to compete at center.

Pure Speculation: I have heard that OC Calhoun is really high on Eslinger.

03-11-2006, 12:30 AM
Why the hell would we give time to our OL that we had last year? I want to see some new faces!

03-11-2006, 01:00 AM
It's posted tonite Milford Brown is set to meet with the Arizona Cardinals Saturday morning www.espn.com-NFL

03-11-2006, 01:01 AM
I really think we need another OT and Weigart should be LG. I like Hodgedon at center though, if he stays healthy.

edit: I meant RG for Wiegert. McKinney is the LG.

03-11-2006, 01:04 AM
IMO we really need to draft a tackle that can start immediately or bring in a free agent tackle that can start immediately.

03-11-2006, 01:58 AM
It's posted tonite Milford Brown is set to meet with the Arizona Cardinals Saturday morning www.espn.com-NFL

You are correct sir. I was reading that in the Arizona Republic on my way back from Vegas on Thursday.

03-11-2006, 07:13 AM
I've seen the black and white Invisible Man movie. I saw its more recent poorly done remake. I saw the invisible man character in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Heck, I've even studied The Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison in American Literature class in college.

In none of these movies or books was the invisible man ever 6'7" and 320 lbs. Seth Wand has to be the biggest invisible man ever.

I'll start listening to these rumors when they include all of our tackles in the discussion, especially one that is easily better than Wade at this point in their careers.