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Old 10-24-2013   #6
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Default Re: The "Keenum is the Solution" Draft

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Originally Posted by Carr Bombed View Post
It's just so damn depressing to already be talking about next year's draft in what was supposed to be such a promising season. Man things went to hell quick didn't they?
Talking draft for some of us is year round regardless of how well Texans are doing. They should be separated in terms of perception, every year there is a draft & free agency during the off season, a good organization is always trying to improve regardless of past performance. Love of football & College players entering business as profession is an exciting opportunity for them & fans alike.

In terms of Texan season, yes it has been depressing both record, injury wise & evolution of specific players & coaching. Easy to pile on the QB & Head Coach, comes with territory & fans will be fans.

In regards to Keenum, here is my analogy. I don't know how many Hobbit fans we have here but feels like Desolation of Smaug, where the Dwarfs were literally blown out of their mountain (Relient) by the gold hording fire breathing dragon Smaug, only to be led back by a Hobbit named Bilbo Baggins (Case Keenum). Will he out wit the dragon & what will be the cost (Schaub/Kubiak)?
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