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Old 11-05-2013   #380
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Default Re: Rick Smith's poor job of managing the cap has closed our window for the time bein

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Originally Posted by Texian View Post
This much I do know, the Texans started that year by cutting Winston, Vickers and Lienart and trading Ryans in order to get under the salary cap. The Texans didn't have a PK because Rackers was a FA. The Texans drafted Bullock and he showed up at OTAs with a bum leg. In order to bring in an experienced kicker as backup the Texans first had to release Jacoby Jones in order to sign Graham.

Some people have a brain and they use it. Others choose to ignore the obvious. Which one are you? Just because you don't understand the why and what for doesn't mean that other people do understand what is going on.
So, you are saying that when they drafted Bullock they knew he had a bum leg? HES A KICKER, and when you draft a kicker you expect him to be very good for a very long time. Rackers and Graham are both out of the league now, and Bullock could have easily been seen as an upgrade moving forward all things considered. It simply did not work out that way, it happens. Sometimes peoples brains make things more complicated than they really are.
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