Originally Posted by IDEXAN
It's called "being in the right place at the right time". And had that been Ed Reed making that play, I suspect we'd hear nothing but praise for the "instincts" of the future Hall-of-Famer on his interception. Be a little charitable here, OK.
It's called being lucky. Which is better than being unlucky. Hey, Keo didn't drop the ball, so I will give him that. And he didn't stink up the building as Carmichael did.But let's get real...Shiloh Keo is no Ed Reed and the Texans are in trouble if he is the starter at FS Week1.