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Old 11-06-2004   #13
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agree with Vinny anywho Hollings, Casserly feels has the explosive tools to be the Texans RB of the future. Sure has experienced a few bumps & bruises along the way but in time he has the speed to be a game breaker out of the backfield. I for one have posted this already but would just like to reiterate Hollings should get some game time as the Texans kick-off returner (not punt returns, Moses). If you've noticed before the game (from the bull pen side) both Hollings & Mosses practice catching kicks then scampering up the field. Side by side you get an appreciation of the size advantage over Moses and as AJ correctly indentifies Hollings is a long strider he should be well suited to return kick-offs, until needed @ RB.
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