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Old 12-04-2012   #107
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Default Re: Chances the Texans get the #1 seed

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Originally Posted by infantrycak View Post
Generally they are the worst team due to overall suckitude. The Colts were an exception. They were a team built around a QB and they lost that key piece after 11 playoff appearances in 12 years. Luck went to a better situation than most #1 overall picks.
They really revamp that offense for him.
They bring in an OC that runs pretty much the same thing he did in college.

They drafted 6 guys on offense (including him), 4 in the first 3 rounds.
Fleener is their starting TE; Ballard their starting RB.
Fleener has 22 catches so far.
Dwayne Allen is the second TE with 36 catches already.
He's also a good blocker.
Hilton has 39 catches and 5 TDs as a non-starter, slot receiver that also handle return duties.
Brazil's is another receiver that contributes.

They sign a speedster in Avery to give him another weapon downfield.

They sign a veteran Center to replace the old guy.
They sign a veteran OT in Winston Justice (who was drafted #39 overall in 2007).

The LT was second year man Castonzo (#22 overall; which is higher than where we drafted D. Brown).

Yeah; I would say he was put in a good position.
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