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Old 12-09-2004   #3
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Originally Posted by bckey
You're simply not being realistic if you think the Texans have improved offensively. They look like an unorganized circus on the field at times. The only player on offense that has shown improvement is A. Johnson.
i personally do think that we have continued to improve yearly, offensivly as well as defensivly, and id like to think that im an extremely realistic person. andre is still learning to beat double teams...thats improvement, david carr is really trying to sell the play action (looks funny at times) but thats improvment. the oline is learning a blocking scheme, and inconsistant at times , but it seems to improve running lanes for DD, and THAT is improvement. open your eyes and realize the glass isnt just half empty. sounds cliche but there is always something to learn from past games and i doubt the learning curve for our offense has regressed.
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