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Old 05-10-2004   #11
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Originally Posted by Bottle-O-Bud
I agree. With no injuries, Pitts will be our LG and Wand will take LT. Wand is ready and we need Pitts inside to create for DD. Wiegert can't do it alone, DD needs to run to the left and not 99.99% to the right. The need for balance in the running game is more important than protecting Carr's blind side at this point. We did got Wade who will Solidify the right side which will leave Carr to only worry about the left. Not that Wand is chump change either..
Don't see Wand taking over for Pitts this year absent huge improvement. For perspective (including the Washington factor that made Pitts' job harder last year):

Domanick Davis

Carries/yards/ypc
left side:57/223/3.9
middle:60/228/3.8
right side:74/313/4.2

Better to the right and the Texans seem to know it, then again that is where the TE was most of the time. For comparison, call this the TE or more optimistically the Wade factor Ricky Williams averaged 2.9 to the left and 3.8 to the right last year.
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