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Old 10-16-2004   #36
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Originally Posted by Texan Gal 312
The one thing that will without a doubt take you to the bottom third of the league is changing coaching staffs every two to four years. Consistency over 3-4 years will bring EXECUTION. EXECUTION will bring success and wins.
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Couldnt agree more . I dont want Capers and Co. run out of town , just wish they would utilize all their weapons on offense and be a little more creative in doing so . Play Action , Screen Passes , Guards and Tackles pulling to help get an outside running game going , and Moving the pocket around a bit to help protect DC and maybe buy him more time to go thru his reads.

The Texans have made steady progress each season on the offensive side of the ball , each season in a different area .

Year One: Carr established a connection with his TE (Billy Miler) and had a great year under the circumstances (expansion team)
Year Two The O-line got much better at pass protection cutting the sack total more than in half . D.Davis had a great year running the ball (over 1000 yards)
Year Three : The passing Vertical passing game has come alive .

Hopefully by seasons end they can put all of these things together and be a quite formidable offensive team .

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