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Old 04-22-2013   #43
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Default Re: Step it up, Texans

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Originally Posted by deucetx View Post
Good post Evolist. It's one reason I don't see NT as high as many. Unless Wade is changing the defense the NT is not on the field for the Texans as much as other 3-4 defenses. On top of that Mitchell did outplay Cody and is good for penetrating which Wade likes.

Though with that said, if one of the top DT's fall (and there is a slight chance of it) to 27 then I think they should grab him and adjust the defense a bit. Have to adjust to your personnel after all. But if they don't grab one til later in the draft I think they will be fine with Mitchell and a developing player. It's just not a position overly utilized by Wade and we didn't have issues against the run like we did against those fun spread teams tossing the ball all over the place. In those situations the NT is generally not even on the field.
If you are using a beat up older car that is all you have, you might catch a ride to work with someone else; then you get new car in the drive way. You think you would drive the new one more? Wade works with what he has unless he gets a chance to improve a bit. Hankins on the roster would allow him to keep same player in for more plays.
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