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Bubbajwp
04-24-2010, 05:01 PM
Just threw it together real quick what do you guys think will happen?

1. QB Matt Schaub
2. QB Dan Orlovsky
3. RB Steve Slaton
4. RB Ben Tate
5. RB Arian Foster
6. FB Vonta Leach
7. WR Dorin Dickerson
8. WR Andre Johnson
9. WR Kevin Walter
10.WR Jacoby Jones
11.WR David Anderson
12.WR Lindin Holliday
13.TE Owen Daniels
14.TE Joel Dressen
15.TE James Casey
16.TE Garrett Graham
17.OT Duane Brown
18.OT Eric Winston
19.OT Rashad Butler.
20.OG Kasey Studdard
21.OG Antoine Caldwell
22.OG Chris White
23.OG Mike Brisiel
24.OG Shelley Smith
25.C Wade Smith
26.C Chris Myers
27.DE Mario Williams
28.DE Atonio Smith
29.DE Connor Barwin
30.DE Tim Bulman
31.DT Amobi Okoye
32.DT Shaun Cody
33.DT DelJuan Robinson
34.DT Earl Mitchell
35.LB Brian Cushing
36.LB Demeco Ryans
37.LB Zach Diles
38.LB Kevin Bentley
39.LB Xavier Adibi
40.LB Darryl Sharpton
41.CB Kareem Jackson
42.CB Brice McCain
43.CB Jacque Reeves
44.CB Glover Quin
45.CB Antwaun Molden
46.CB Fred Bennet
47.CB Sherrick McManis
48.S Eugene Wilson
49.S Dominique Barber
50.S Bernard Pollard
51.S Troy Nolan
52.K Neil Rackers
53.P Matt Turk

54.OT ??????

texasguy346
04-24-2010, 05:01 PM
Kubiak plans on using Dickerson as a WR not a FB.

MojoMan
04-24-2010, 05:05 PM
Just threw it together real quick what do you guys think will happen?

1. QB Matt Schaub
2. QB Dan Orlovsky
3. RB Steve Slaton
4. RB Ben Tate
5. RB Arian Foster
6. FB Vonta Leach
7. FB Dorin Dickerson
8. WR Andre Johnson
9. WR Kevin Walter
10.WR Jacoby Jones
11.WR David Anderson
12.WR Lindin Holliday
13.TE Owen Daniels
14.TE Joel Dressen
15.TE James Casey
16.TE Garrett Graham
17.OT Duane Brown
18.OT Eric Winston
19.OT Rashad Butler.
20.OG Kasey Studdard
21.OG Antoine Caldwell
22.OG Chris White
23.OG Mike Brisiel
24.OG Shelley Smith
25.C Wade Smith
26.C Chris Myers
27.DE Mario Williams
28.DE Atonio Smith
29.DE Connor Barwin
30.DE Tim Bulman
31.DT Amobi Okoye
32.DT Shaun Cody
33.DT DelJuan Robinson
34.DT Earl Mitchell
35.LB Brian Cushing
36.LB Demeco Ryans
37.LB Zach Diles
38.LB Kevin Bentley
39.LB Xavier Adibi
40.LB Darryl Sharpton
41.CB Kareem Jackson
42.CB Brice McCain
43.CB Jacque Reeves
44.CB Glover Quin
45.CB Antwaun Molden
46.CB Fred Bennet
47.S Bernard Pollard
48.S Eugene Wilson
49.S Dominique Barber
50.S Sherrick McManis
51.S Troy Nolan
52.K Neil Rackers
53.P Matt Turk

54.OT ??????

From the press conference:

Dorin Dickerson will be a WR
Trindon Holliday will be a Punt/Kick-off return specialist

Smith indicated that the Texans do not have enough OT's with three. It sounds like adding another backup at this position through free agency will be a priority for the team.

Bubbajwp
04-24-2010, 05:08 PM
Kubiak plans on using Dickerson as a WR not a FB.

Changed didnt know there was already a press conference.

The Pencil Neck
04-24-2010, 05:11 PM
Move Dickerson to WR.

Move Casey to FB (although he'll play TE, too.)

Put Hill back on as a TE, conditionally. (He might get IR'd early on.)

I have a feeling not all of your OL will make it through.

Jeremiah Johnson may get a spot.

JB
04-24-2010, 05:14 PM
and McMannis will be a CB not a safety

Jackie Chiles
04-25-2010, 06:34 PM
Obviously there will be a couple new additions, some surprises and possibly some injuries that will alter this list by the end of training camp but here is my shot at what we will look like going into game 1:

Offense: 2 QB, 4 RB, 1 FB, 4 TE, 5 WR, 8 OL

QB: Matt Schaub, Dan Orlovsky
RB: Steve Slaton, Ben Tate, Ryan Moats, Arian Foster
FB: Vonta Leach
TE: Owen Daniels, Joel Dreesen, James Casey, Garrett Graham
WR: Andre Johnson, Kevin Walter, Jacoby Jones, David Anderson, Dorin Dickerson
OL: Duane Brown, Rashad Butler, Eric Winston, Antoine Caldwell, Wade Smith, Mike Brisiel, Chris Myers, Kasey Studdard

Defense: 9 DL, 6 LB, 6 CB, 4 S

DL: Mario Williams, Antonio Smith, Connor Barwin, Tim Bulman, Amobi Okoye, Shaun Cody, Earl Mitchell, Deljuan Robinson, Frank Okam
LB: DeMeco Ryans, Brian Cushing, Zach Diles, Xavier Adibi, Kevin Bentley, Darryl Sharpton
CB: Kareem Jackson, Glover Quin, Jacques Reeves, Antwan Molden, Brice McCain, Sherrick McManus
S: Bernard Pollard, Eugene Wilson, Dominique Barber, Troy Nolan

Special Teams (3)
K: Neil Rackers
P: Matt Turk
KR/PR: Trindon Holliday

PuP: Anthony Hill

Not including Hill on the PuP that is 52 players. One extra spot left over, perhaps Shelley Smith can make it, Glenn Martinez as a 6th WR could sneak in, Jessie Nading has a chance as another pass rusher. Chester Pitts is a potential wild card as he could make the team or possibly be another PuP candidate. If Orlovsky looks shaky again (I think he steps up his game a bit for the record) Booty or another vet QB might be a necessity.

I have to say, that looks really solid to me. Any critiques are welcome, obviously feel free to make your own from scratch. Off the top of my head we might need to find a veteran offensive tackle or a guy that can play both tackle and guard.

dalemurphy
04-25-2010, 06:46 PM
Obviously there will be a couple new additions, some surprises and possibly some injuries that will alter this list by the end of training camp but here is my shot at what we will look like going into game 1:

Offense: 2 QB, 4 RB, 1 FB, 4 TE, 5 WR, 8 OL

QB: Matt Schaub, Dan Orlovsky
RB: Steve Slaton, Ben Tate, Ryan Moats, Arian Foster
FB: Vonta Leach
TE: Owen Daniels, Joel Dreesen, James Casey, Garrett Graham
WR: Andre Johnson, Kevin Walter, Jacoby Jones, David Anderson, Dorin Dickerson
OL: Duane Brown, Rashad Butler, Eric Winston, Antoine Caldwell, Wade Smith, Mike Brisiel, Chris Myers, Kasey Studdard

Defense: 9 DL, 6 LB, 6 CB, 4 S

DL: Mario Williams, Antonio Smith, Connor Barwin, Tim Bulman, Amobi Okoye, Shaun Cody, Earl Mitchell, Deljuan Robinson, Frank Okam
LB: DeMeco Ryans, Brian Cushing, Zach Diles, Xavier Adibi, Kevin Bentley, Darryl Sharpton
CB: Kareem Jackson, Glover Quin, Jacques Reeves, Antwan Molden, Brice McCain, Sherrick McManus
S: Bernard Pollard, Eugene Wilson, Dominique Barber, Troy Nolan

Special Teams (3)
K: Neil Rackers
P: Matt Turk
KR/PR: Trindon Holliday

PuP: Anthony Hill

Not including Hill on the PuP that is 52 players. One extra spot left over, perhaps Shelley Smith can make it, Glenn Martinez as a 6th WR could sneak in, Jessie Nading has a chance as another pass rusher. Chester Pitts is a potential wild card as he could make the team or possibly be another PuP candidate. If Orlovsky looks shaky again (I think he steps up his game a bit for the record) Booty or another vet QB might be a necessity.

I have to say, that looks really solid to me. Any critiques are welcome, obviously feel free to make your own from scratch. Off the top of my head we might need to find a veteran offensive tackle or a guy that can play both tackle and guard.

Looks good.. I think Andre Davis makes the team, along with Shelly Smith... and I think Dickerson is practice squad.

JB
04-25-2010, 06:48 PM
I hope they re-sign Pitts. Shelley and probably Ulatoski go on the practice squad.

Jackie Chiles
04-25-2010, 07:36 PM
Looks good.. I think Andre Davis makes the team, along with Shelly Smith... and I think Dickerson is practice squad.

My thinking was that Dickerson won't play any WR this year while he learns but will be a monster on special teams. I think Holliday spells the end of Andre Davis but I could be wrong.

WolverineFan
04-25-2010, 07:49 PM
My thinking was that Dickerson won't play any WR this year while he learns but will be a monster on special teams. I think Holliday spells the end of Andre Davis but I could be wrong.

I think the combination of Holliday and Dickerson spells the end for Andre Davis. He will not be on the roster come 2011 IMO.

barrett
04-25-2010, 08:16 PM
Obviously there will be a couple new additions, some surprises and possibly some injuries that will alter this list by the end of training camp but here is my shot at what we will look like going into game 1:

Offense: 2 QB, 4 RB, 1 FB, 4 TE, 5 WR, 8 OL

QB: Matt Schaub, Dan Orlovsky
RB: Steve Slaton, Ben Tate, Ryan Moats, Arian Foster
FB: Vonta Leach
TE: Owen Daniels, Joel Dreesen, James Casey, Garrett Graham
WR: Andre Johnson, Kevin Walter, Jacoby Jones, David Anderson, Dorin Dickerson
OL: Duane Brown, Rashad Butler, Eric Winston, Antoine Caldwell, Wade Smith, Mike Brisiel, Chris Myers, Kasey Studdard

Defense: 9 DL, 6 LB, 6 CB, 4 S

DL: Mario Williams, Antonio Smith, Connor Barwin, Tim Bulman, Amobi Okoye, Shaun Cody, Earl Mitchell, Deljuan Robinson, Frank Okam
LB: DeMeco Ryans, Brian Cushing, Zach Diles, Xavier Adibi, Kevin Bentley, Darryl Sharpton
CB: Kareem Jackson, Glover Quin, Jacques Reeves, Antwan Molden, Brice McCain, Sherrick McManus
S: Bernard Pollard, Eugene Wilson, Dominique Barber, Troy Nolan

Special Teams (3)
K: Neil Rackers
P: Matt Turk
KR/PR: Trindon Holliday

PuP: Anthony Hill

Not including Hill on the PuP that is 52 players. One extra spot left over, perhaps Shelley Smith can make it, Glenn Martinez as a 6th WR could sneak in, Jessie Nading has a chance as another pass rusher. Chester Pitts is a potential wild card as he could make the team or possibly be another PuP candidate. If Orlovsky looks shaky again (I think he steps up his game a bit for the record) Booty or another vet QB might be a necessity.

I have to say, that looks really solid to me. Any critiques are welcome, obviously feel free to make your own from scratch. Off the top of my head we might need to find a veteran offensive tackle or a guy that can play both tackle and guard.

You left off Alan Faneca.

rmartin65
04-25-2010, 08:18 PM
I dont think Dickerson goes to the PS. He makes the roster, one way or another.

I like how you have it set up. That last spot probably goes to Shelley Smith. I think he is going to surprise some people.

JB
04-25-2010, 08:20 PM
You left off Alan Faneca.

I sure hope you are right

Jackie Chiles
04-25-2010, 08:22 PM
You left off Alan Faneca.

Hopefully the open spot has his name penciled in. Faneca starting LG, Wade Smith starting center, Antoine Caldwell starting RG. Not too shabby.

Mari-OWNED!
04-25-2010, 11:22 PM
I would cut Ryan Moats... :ohsnap: and sneak in Trindon Holliday on the roster as a RB.

Slaton, Tate, Foster, Holliday

mexican_texan
04-25-2010, 11:24 PM
I'm hoping Jeremiah Johnson shows up and takes Moats' spot.

Corrosion
04-25-2010, 11:43 PM
Obviously there will be a couple new additions, some surprises and possibly some injuries that will alter this list by the end of training camp but here is my shot at what we will look like going into game 1:

Offense: 2 QB, 4 RB, 1 FB, 4 TE, 5 WR, 8 OL

QB: Matt Schaub, Dan Orlovsky
RB: Steve Slaton, Ben Tate, Ryan Moats, Arian Foster
FB: Vonta Leach
TE: Owen Daniels, Joel Dreesen, James Casey, Garrett Graham
WR: Andre Johnson, Kevin Walter, Jacoby Jones, David Anderson, Dorin Dickerson
OL: Duane Brown, Rashad Butler, Eric Winston, Antoine Caldwell, Wade Smith, Mike Brisiel, Chris Myers, Kasey Studdard

Defense: 9 DL, 6 LB, 6 CB, 4 S

DL: Mario Williams, Antonio Smith, Connor Barwin, Tim Bulman, Amobi Okoye, Shaun Cody, Earl Mitchell, Deljuan Robinson, Frank Okam
LB: DeMeco Ryans, Brian Cushing, Zach Diles, Xavier Adibi, Kevin Bentley, Darryl Sharpton
CB: Kareem Jackson, Glover Quin, Jacques Reeves, Antwan Molden, Brice McCain, Sherrick McManus
S: Bernard Pollard, Eugene Wilson, Dominique Barber, Troy Nolan

Special Teams (3)
K: Neil Rackers
P: Matt Turk
KR/PR: Trindon Holliday

PuP: Anthony Hill

Not including Hill on the PuP that is 52 players. One extra spot left over, perhaps Shelley Smith can make it, Glenn Martinez as a 6th WR could sneak in, Jessie Nading has a chance as another pass rusher. Chester Pitts is a potential wild card as he could make the team or possibly be another PuP candidate. If Orlovsky looks shaky again (I think he steps up his game a bit for the record) Booty or another vet QB might be a necessity.

I have to say, that looks really solid to me. Any critiques are welcome, obviously feel free to make your own from scratch. Off the top of my head we might need to find a veteran offensive tackle or a guy that can play both tackle and guard.

That list looks pretty legit ... I wonder if Kubiak will feel 2 QB's are enough.

I'd also like to see them find a second swing tackle - at this point they only have Butler who can play both tackle spots. Thats not enough depth IMO. One injury and they have serious problems at the tackle spot.

I dont think Dickerson goes to the PS. He makes the roster, one way or another.

I like how you have it set up. That last spot probably goes to Shelley Smith. I think he is going to surprise some people.

I think they both make the roster somehow - Dickerson's versatility and ST play will keep him on an NFL roster for a while.

I would cut Ryan Moats... and sneak in Trindon Holliday on the roster as a RB.

Slaton, Tate, Foster, Holliday

He has Holliday on the roster as KR/PR

Mari-OWNED!
04-26-2010, 12:27 AM
He has Holliday on the roster as KR/PR

Yes I realized that, but having a separate roster spot for a return man seems ridiculous IMO, and I feel like Moats is the odd man out.

I wouldn't want to cut any of our receivers either.

drewmar74
04-26-2010, 05:17 PM
Yes I realized that, but having a separate roster spot for a return man seems ridiculous IMO, and I feel like Moats is the odd man out.

I wouldn't want to cut any of our receivers either.

What if something came up and you could trade one?

gtexan02
04-26-2010, 06:03 PM
dont forget we need an LS

Corrosion
04-26-2010, 06:06 PM
dont forget we need an LS

I think (pending health) Dreessen will be the LS ? That is taking into acount that OD resigns and Dreesen isnt starting at TE. If Dreesen ends up starting .... I dunno who they will have at LS.

The Pencil Neck
04-26-2010, 06:14 PM
dont forget we need an LS

Dreessen and Casey.

Or we go out and get another LS.

threetoedpete
04-27-2010, 10:12 AM
Dreessen and Casey.

Or we go out and get another LS.

Steve Maneri TE, Temple
NFP Grade: 5.8

Scouting Report:
Steve Maneri: No. 86, TE/OL, 6-6, 275

A tall, long-armed tight end who carries his weight well and does a nice job of quickly getting into opposing linemen in the run game, Maneri displays good flexibility in his stance, keeps his base down into blocks and works his legs well through contact. He plays with impressive leverage for his size and has the lower body strength to drive defenders off the ball. He looks coordinated extending his arms into blocks and delivering a compact punch on the outside. He possesses natural coordination and body control when asked to reach a defender at the second level and does a nice job breaking down in space and quickly getting his feet around the target. He consistently is able to win his battles at the point of attack and overpower/seal defensive ends on contact.

Maneri is one of the better blocking tight ends in the country and can be absolutely dominant at times. Maneri is a big, coordinated tight end prospect who grades out high as a blocker and might even be a guy who could add 30 pounds to his frame and make his way to offensive tackle. But he'll find a spot on an NFL roster because of his ability to win in the run game.

Grade: 5.8

My guess for the long snaper. they'll have to hide him on the roster. the league is OLT poor. He want last long on the PS roster . always bring him on third and short and goal line and line him up at Tight end.

The Pencil Neck
04-27-2010, 12:12 PM
Steve Maneri TE, Temple
NFP Grade: 5.8

Scouting Report:
Steve Maneri: No. 86, TE/OL, 6-6, 275

A tall, long-armed tight end who carries his weight well and does a nice job of quickly getting into opposing linemen in the run game, Maneri displays good flexibility in his stance, keeps his base down into blocks and works his legs well through contact. He plays with impressive leverage for his size and has the lower body strength to drive defenders off the ball. He looks coordinated extending his arms into blocks and delivering a compact punch on the outside. He possesses natural coordination and body control when asked to reach a defender at the second level and does a nice job breaking down in space and quickly getting his feet around the target. He consistently is able to win his battles at the point of attack and overpower/seal defensive ends on contact.

Maneri is one of the better blocking tight ends in the country and can be absolutely dominant at times. Maneri is a big, coordinated tight end prospect who grades out high as a blocker and might even be a guy who could add 30 pounds to his frame and make his way to offensive tackle. But he'll find a spot on an NFL roster because of his ability to win in the run game.

Grade: 5.8

My guess for the long snaper. they'll have to hide him on the roster. the league is OLT poor. He want last long on the PS roster . always bring him on third and short and goal line and line him up at Tight end.

Damn. That's nice.

If this kid could be the primary LS, the second backup swing tackle, AND used as a TE in goal line situations... that would be excellent. No need to even put him on the PS.

Corrosion
04-27-2010, 12:18 PM
Damn. That's nice.

If this kid could be the primary LS, the second backup swing tackle, AND used as a TE in goal line situations... that would be excellent. No need to even put him on the PS.

That would be a dream come true .... that second swing tackle is a major area of concern for me - Outside of Butler they have nodda.