Originally Posted by Vinny
The first game is a long time away. This isn't a 'late date' to be looking at line combinations.
It is if you believe the Texans coaching staff. They've been trying to convince everyone that the dismal performances we had last year will be solved by merely having more time to 'gel' as a unit and time to settle into their positions.
Having Pitts swap out 50% of the time
at LT again doesn't bode well for 'settling in'.
I WANT this all to work out for the better, but if the Texans can't protect Carr any better than last year (and there's scant evidence to believe that they can), it's gonna be a long year. The offensive unit needs to produce on a consistant basis, or else the ugly 'emotional' team from last year might emerge and start giving up on games again.