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Old 12-27-2004   #19
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Originally Posted by shansmacker
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just curious why next year? give us some improvements you see that the Texans would need in order to compete with the level of Patriots, Steelers & Colts-
I'll give you two. Consistant pass protection especially aganst teams with speed on the edge. And a better pass rush of our own. With these two improvements our team could compete with any team in the NFL and dominate many if not most.
OK your Casserly, fix it! Who would you draft, aguire through free agency or otherwise promote into affective implementation of your strategy?

db- As far as improvements for next year...think about it...we have a great QB, WR corps, and TE...and D.Davis appears to be healthy and back on track. So it comes down to our O-line. Maybe another year tweaking the zone system, added with a little more talent at tackle, and we could have a dominating offense. We have most of the ingredients, and we just need that consistent play week in/week out, with trench control at the LOS, to make a top-tier team, IMO.


the Texans offensive line has made improvements, by constant re-tooling via drafting, free-agency and hard work I have no doubt the Bulls will become a famous offensive line. But who is this great TE? Seems like you are missing someone in your offensive line theology
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