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HomeBred_Texan
08-29-2006, 08:25 PM
After only 3 pre-season games, a few of the Texans players have stood out to me, as if they are definately bringing there A game in.

What are your opinions?

Ryans - definately a stand out to me, a cut above the rest
Morency
Babin
Spencer
AJ
Robinson
Moulds

K.D.
08-29-2006, 09:20 PM
What about greenwood,peek,sanders,daniels,lundy, and even Sage.:)

Scooter
08-29-2006, 09:26 PM
ryans, spencer, peek, babin, & morency really stood out to me as giving 110%.

RiotCommander
08-29-2006, 09:36 PM
After only 3 pre-season games, a few of the Texans players have stood out to me, as if they are definately bringing there A game in.

What are your opinions?

Ryans - definately a stand out to me, a cut above the rest
Morency
Babin
Spencer
AJ
Robinson
Moulds



Ryans - The kid is a first round pick that we stole in the 2nd. If he continues to develope we have a Pro-Bowler.

Morency - 1 good game so far.

Babin - As always, I see flashes of talent from this kid, but he just always seems to be a few seconds late.

Spencer - In time he will be our starting LT. I have no doubt about that. The only thing holding him back are rookie mistakes. He moves well for a guy his size.

AJ - As long as he is focused there arn't many CBs that can hang with him.

D-Rob - Nothing new here. Hard worker, I hope he can show some improvement this year in INTs. We could really use more turnovers.

Moulds - Very consistant, I think he will finally be our give us a chance to spread the ball around.

O. Daniels - Great hands and ability to find the hole in zone coverage.

Sanders - Stepped up and showed his desire to be our #2 CB.

da.texans
08-29-2006, 10:36 PM
wow no love for Super Mario????I though he did good consider he is a rookie and constanly draw double team????:fireball: :fireball: :fireball:

quicksilver
08-29-2006, 10:47 PM
D-Rob - Nothing new here. Hard worker, I hope he can show some improvement this year in INTs. We could really use more turnovers.

Absolutely correct. The problem with this is that opponents won't throw to his side if we don't shut down the receiver on the other side--just like last year.

Blu
08-29-2006, 11:16 PM
wow no love for Super Mario????I though he did good consider he is a rookie and constanly draw double team????:fireball: :fireball: :fireball:
While at DT, did you see how he drove that lineman all up in Plumers face.
He made the pocket claps quik and Babin was, "comming around the corner as he comes..."
The whole first team d needs props..PeeK from the Rams game too.


Even Buchannon has stepped his game up.

Top honors go to DeMeco..I can't stop talking about him to ppl once they get me going on Texans.

Hutch13
08-29-2006, 11:47 PM
Ryans
Lundy
AJ
Daniels
Rosenfel
Moulds

Mysteryhunt
08-29-2006, 11:58 PM
seems like our strategy of drafting character and work ethic is paying off.

The Pencil Neck
08-30-2006, 12:44 AM
While at DT, did you see how he drove that lineman all up in Plumers face.
He made the pocket claps quik and Babin was, "comming around the corner as he comes..."
The whole first team d needs props..PeeK from the Rams game too.

Mario has been scary good playing DT. The whole pocket just collapses. Whoever's playing end on his side is going to be scaring the hell out of the QB.

South Texan
08-30-2006, 08:17 AM
My list would be too long, but just a few are:

DeMeco, way ahead of his learning curve, an impact player and potential Rookie of the year.
Mario, not far behind DeMeco, and making things happen for the rest of the D-Line.
Peek and Babin, both look like they have decided to get serious this year.
Sanders, looks like he wants the job.
Dunta is still being Dunta, what can I say?

Flannigan looks like the anchor and leader we have needed on the O-Line for a long time.
Spencer, great physical talent that will get much better with coaching and experience.
Daniels, still looks like a rookie at times, but shows great potential.

Morency and Lundi, willing to do what it takes to work in the new system.

And in about 10 minutes I will be saying "Oh crap, I forgot about _________".

real
08-30-2006, 08:26 AM
D.Carr
Rosenfels
Lundy
Morency
Pitts
Spencer
Moulds
Daniels
Jopru
T.J
Ryans
Sanders
Buchannon

Cjeremy635
08-30-2006, 08:27 AM
My list would be too long, but just a few are:

DeMeco, way ahead of his learning curve, an impact player and potential Rookie of the year.
Mario, not far behind DeMeco, and making things happen for the rest of the D-Line.
Peek and Babin, both look like they have decided to get serious this year.
Sanders, looks like he wants the job.
Dunta is still being Dunta, what can I say?

Flannigan looks like the anchor and leader we have needed on the O-Line for a long time.
Spencer, great physical talent that will get much better with coaching and experience.
Daniels, still looks like a rookie at times, but shows great potential.

Morency and Lundi, willing to do what it takes to work in the new system.

And in about 10 minutes I will be saying "Oh crap, I forgot about _________".


What he said... :lightbulb:

yourfavoritetexan42
08-30-2006, 08:32 AM
i would say for sure demeco ryans.. a plus all the way with him.

some other people that have done exceptionally well, sage rosenfels, eric moulds, texans d as a whole, and i was say buchanan returning punts wise.

HeartofHouston
08-30-2006, 11:03 AM
Ryans, Lundy, Morency, Daniels, Super Mario, Peek and Sanders

alphajoker
08-30-2006, 11:12 AM
I'd like to say the OL and DL have stepped up their "A" game.
DL has 9 sacks, whereas the OL has allowed 3. I'm keeping
my fingers crossed that both sides only get better. :redtowel:

El Tejano
08-30-2006, 12:19 PM
I'd like to say the OL and DL have stepped up their "A" game.
DL has 9 sacks, whereas the OL has allowed 3. I'm keeping
my fingers crossed that both sides only get better. :redtowel:
I have to agree with that. If there was anything we can say about this offseason is that we way ahead of where we were with these units last year.

That being said, for all the crap that our organization has taken for the draft class we had, we did a great job in the draft and FA considering you can tell this is where the new staff wanted to improve our team.

rmartin65
08-30-2006, 01:21 PM
I agree with all of these guys. Ryans has definately been the best.

HOU-TEX
08-30-2006, 01:39 PM
Personally, I think Kubiak has done the best so far.:bananasplit:

Double Barrel
08-30-2006, 02:06 PM
Ryans, Morency, and Lundy are the top three that stick out in my mind. They've risen above and beyond what I had hoped for, and it'll be a great season if we are seeing things to come.

Several other players, as noted above, should be on the list, too.

Crazyhorse
08-30-2006, 02:40 PM
I'd add Winston to that list. He is getting better every week and in some ways is ahead of Spencer. I like Spencer too but I think winston will ultimately be the better over all player...

BigDTexansFan
08-30-2006, 06:13 PM
And to think we only got a C for our draft of Williams, Ryans, Winston, Spencer, Lundy, Daniels. I guess we will have to keep drafting deep and getting those pathetic scores....LOL:bananasplit:

Bobo
08-30-2006, 06:17 PM
After only 3 pre-season games, a few of the Texans players have stood out to me, as if they are definately bringing there A game in.

What are your opinions?

Ryans - definately a stand out to me, a cut above the rest
Morency
Babin
Spencer
AJ
Robinson
Moulds

They all look like the C-Team to me.

infantrycak
08-30-2006, 06:18 PM
And to think we only got a C for our draft of Williams, Ryans, Winston, Spencer, Lundy, Daniels. I guess we will have to keep drafting deep and getting those pathetic scores....LOL:bananasplit:

Not sure where you saw the C--the majority of grades I saw were A- with a scattering of B+'s.

jmerog
08-31-2006, 12:15 AM
My list would be too long, but just a few are:

DeMeco, way ahead of his learning curve, an impact player and potential Rookie of the year.
Mario, not far behind DeMeco, and making things happen for the rest of the D-Line.
Peek and Babin, both look like they have decided to get serious this year.
Sanders, looks like he wants the job.
Dunta is still being Dunta, what can I say?

Flannigan looks like the anchor and leader we have needed on the O-Line for a long time.
Spencer, great physical talent that will get much better with coaching and experience.
Daniels, still looks like a rookie at times, but shows great potential.

Morency and Lundi, willing to do what it takes to work in the new system.

And in about 10 minutes I will be saying "Oh crap, I forgot about _________".


word.

Marcus
08-31-2006, 02:25 AM
And in about 10 minutes I will be saying "Oh crap, I forgot about _________".

Fred Weary. Kubiak can't stop talking about how good a camp this guy's having.