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Old 04-30-2004   #12
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I may be in the minority here but I think that JJ might very well be done. Now I know he's exciting to watch and had some very good returns last year. I was waiting for him to break one just like everyone else but I also spent a lot of time watching many of his returns come back on penalties and that stuck with me. JJ creates during returns like a madman. He's changing directions all over the place and zipping around guys so quickly that I really think for him to be most effective a return team is going to have to work with him a couple of seasons to get a feel for how he does things.

Right now I think any good kick returner with some speed and a more conventional approach to running back the ball is going to have a good shot at beating him out of this job.

I like JJ so don't get me wrong about this. I just think that the Texans are going to go in a different direction.
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