Re: HWSNBN Historically Revisited
My thoughts are that Carr was at his best when he wasn't a Houston Texan. The pick was an enormous mistake.
2002 first overall should have been Julius Peppers. I said it then and I was far from alone.
Then you start Tony Banks who was better than Carr in every single game he got into for the Texans. Chester Pitts starts at LT and stays at LT.
2003 you get Andre Johnson which was obviously the best player available. Continue with Tony Banks and keep playing Chester Pitts at LT.
2004 you grab Ben Rothlisberger before the Steelers get him. If there's a QB in existence who can handle whatever early issues the Texans OL had and still get it done then Rothlisberger is the guy.
Epic Texans success begins...
A wise man once said "...well at this point it's all been hashed out and you either see it or don't. Hoping for a win next week" - HTown2ATX