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Old 04-14-2013   #37
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Default Re: Top 5 Best and Worst Draft picks in Texans History

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Originally Posted by TheIronDuke View Post
Also, just FYI, Posey did play for Ohio State in 2011 though I have no idea what that has to do with his NFL play. He tore his Achilles and isnt expected back until Week 8. Also, you named 2 whole rookies on offense that Kubes used.
Posey was suspended his last year at Ohio State for NCAA violations.

Assume he comes back week 8, in the middle of football season, he still won't play b/c he won't be in football shape. He starts the season on the PUP and depending on need at WR at that time of the year he may end the year on IR. I anticipate after this draft to have our WR position taken care of. KMart starts the season as our 2nd receiver, our first rounder is 3rd and a vet plus Jean to finish out the WR core.

My point is you can't take 3 years off and expect to play at a high level.

As far as only naming 2 offensive players since 2006 Kubes has only drafted 20 offensive players. Look who we drafted,

Kasey Studdard, Antoine Caldwell, Brandon Frye, Alex Brink, Anthony Hill, Shelley Smith, Dorin Dickerson, Garrett Graham, Trindon Holliday, Jacoby Jones, Wali Lundy, David Anderson, Owen Daniels, Eric Winston, Charles Spencer, Ben Tate, TJ Yates, Brandon Brooks, Ben Jones, Nick Mondek

Not exactly a glowing offensive draft.

I hope I am wrong about Posey. I wish him the best of luck. Maybe you are friends with Posey, show him this post, maybe it will motivate him to work harder. As it stands I would say he has less than a 5% chance of being anything more than a journeyman WR in the NFL.
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