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Old 07-27-2013   #54
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Default Re: Texans whistling past the graveyard at Kicker

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Originally Posted by the wonger need food View Post
Our Texans have some issues going into training camp next week. Inside LB, right side of OL, QB, Nose Tackle, WR depth, Safety... we have more questions than answers at this point.

Our biggest concern however may be an area that isn't really being discussed.... Place Kicker. Randy Bullock is the lone PK on the roster and given his limited reps last preseason he is a huge question mark. He was somewhat shaky on field goals and showed a weak leg on kickoffs. Obviously this is an extremely important position that often wins or loses games for a team, especially one involved in a lot of close games like the Texans given their ultra-conservative play with a lead.

With zero competition on the roster it seems like the organization is content to just whistle past the graveyard on this one and hope for the best which seems like a huge risk. What say you???
I think the team upgraded everywhere. No team is without concerns, nor will any ever be....it is designed to be this way.....that is what parity means. I think we have a good med staff and good conditioning staff, and good nutrition people. Today I watched all these teams suffering injuries and I'm glad we've got the people we have in place to help with that and I'm glad our players have paid appropriate attention to their health coming into camp. I pray that their work provides a healthy preseason and full season/playoffs. I think the vision of the Texans organization to try to have good people in positions all over the team instead of one or two stars we totally rely on is going to help with that. I wouldn't want to be the New England patriots right now and have to pray that nothing happens to Tom Brady.
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