Originally Posted by Blazing Arrow
Na paying attention to owners only seems to piss people off. I rarely hear something good about an owner on any team. Yeah they have there moments but it only take the team to move or dog a player like Allen and they are the devil. Saves me headache. I still do not see how that would effect the Titans moving. The waiting list is a mile long and we have Young at QB to bring them through the gates.
While I agree the Texans have made moves to improve you still have a completely unproven guy going at QB with no real option if he does not pan out. You replaced an aged WR with an even older WR. The Green pickup will have short term benefits but is still going to have to be replaced in the next few season.
Allot of "ifs" that revolve around the Texans off season puts them in a pretty strange place. To me they will be this years Dolphins. Lots of potentional with allot of hope that will amount to little and the fans questioning the choice of Schaub.
I also love how over valued the players we have lost have been. Yes Pac was a bad loss but in the long run we have stabilized our secondary by improving the #2 spot. More consistent play then a star on one end and a guy who will be lucky to make the squad this season on the other. 3 of the 4 guys in our projected secondary are 2 or less season out of the playing in a super bowl. You do not get to the super bowl with a crappy secondary.
Bennett, good riddance. Wade or Gage they might as well be the same player. All of our young WRs have another season under there belts. Time to step up or step out.
Henry can be replaced. He was coming off of a season prior to last with a 4 game suspension, averaged less the 4 ypc and could only put up 388 yards in 10 games. Now to the average fan Henry's last season looked like he was on fire and running really hard. To a Titans fan who actually watched the games you see a guy that worked well with a new O-line scheme and Young's presence as a run threat. We have moving to a system style of blocking and actually doing it correctly. It has shown improvement across the entire O-line.
I use to word "hell'a" to much to be accepted in LA
Now, that's an assessment that I somewhat agree with. In short, both teams have a lot to prove AND neither team stands head and shoulders over the other...
But I just need to keep the