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Old 12-27-2004   #30
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Originally Posted by Harry Biped
A significant change would be a star player that can change a team. TO or Kearse for example.
Well let's see they drafted AJ, a faster TO and aggressively (too much so for some folks) moved up in the draft to get a guy they hope will be Kevin Greene--seems to fit the bill for what you are asking for since Kearse would be an OLB for the Texans, plus they went out and got the top DT available in FA.

Why am I responding?--you proved yourself completely unrealistic with this definition of improvement in year 3:

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Improvement is the playoffs. Anything less at this point is failure.
They told you before you their 1st draft and before you made your investment that they were building for long term success not flash in the pan--guess you missed that--so it is your fault for buying the tickets in the 1st place.

And yes you have the right to criticize the team but running around acting like a hyperbolic chicken little is just silly.
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