Originally Posted by Texanmike02
Riiiiiiggghhhtttt. Bad cap management started affecting us in December. So do bad draft picks start hurting teams in the Superbowl?
I've wasted too much time in this thread. You have a twisted reason for every statement you make and your analytical skills are severely lacking.
It is OK for a very talented team to be up against the cap. This is a very talented team. Your favorite team, Indy apparently, is under the cap because they are a young team with onegreat player and several above aaverage players that are all very young.
And in case you have forgotten, your favorite team had the best qb of all time for over a decade and only has one ring to show for it. Think about that for a minute. You think in 3 years that Luck's contract isn'tgoing to put indy in a world of hurt? Their owner was just lamenting the fact that they only won one ring with Manning. The colts are a 3 or 4 win team without Luck. The Texans will win more games than that with a QB that is half as good as luck and then they will have the chance to draft a franchise QB.
Other than luck which players do the colts have that you would take over the Texans hands down? If that list is more than three or four players we know the problem, it is your knowledge.
Wait a minute, back it up... Beep Beep Beep
The "very talented" texans are 2-5 and 2-6 is very much a reality. Hell, I think 2-7 might happen because winning @ARI is no easy feat.
I think we can stop the delusion that the Texan's roster is "very talented".