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Old 10-18-2012   #29
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Default Re: Dreessen, Ryans, Winston, Brisiel, Leach.

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Originally Posted by Double Barrel View Post
Well, on one hand it sucks that you can't keep all your players. Get rid of the salary cap! Of course, I can say that because the Texans are one of the more profitable teams in the league and I don't think McNair would have a problem spending some money.

But, on the other hand, this is kinda' positive as Texans fans since it's the first time that we see what successful teams experience all the time. You cannot keep players stocked in this day and age, so you develop them and they move on as casualties of the salary cap. The consistently good teams reload and keep doing what they do. This is what the Texans need to be, keep the wins coming and get used to losing good players every year because you cannot keep all of them.
And that was my whole point. Will this regime maximize vs losses? Can this team go through these situations without a true game changer at QB and expect to win a Super Bowl? Have we regressed overall?
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