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Old 08-04-2014   #21
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You offer nothing but rhetoric.
Well that and hard facts like you are wrong about Lechler's contract. You're actually the empty bag of rhetoric just like when you were exposed not wanting to break down plays.

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Well that and hard facts like you are wrong about Lechler's contract. You're actually the empty bag of rhetoric just like when you were exposed not wanting to break down plays.

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The scoreboard reads Texans 2 - 14; Texian 1, infantrycak 0; comeback in Dec.

No surprise to most here than when you're absent of critical thinking and information you often resort to your bullying tactics to make for your deficiencies. This thread was having a cordial respectable conversation until the bully showed up.

Like I said, the Texans for the most part can only afford rookie and vet minimums and anything above that they have to cut players or restructure contracts or both. Tell me when the Texans actually sign a $4 million a year starter instead of punter making a little more than vet minimums. If Lechler is the best you got, you ain't got much.

Breaking down plays, - the guy had an agenda, he was going to educate me he said, he was going to school me. I found the videos for him. Play one went to Barrett Jones left, Nix initial step was to Jones right, Jones drove Nix 10 yds away from the play. The Nix fan thought Nix pushed deep in to Bama backfield failing to acknowledge that Barrett was pushing him there. Barrett let Nix have the backfield when Nix pursued away from the play. At times when Nix pursued correctly he was pretty much stonewalled by Barrett most of the time. Barrett must have graded out over 90%. Lacy ran for 142, mostly up the middle, at 7.9 yd clip and the Offensive MVP. And Nix played GREAT. Right! I know at times you can be void of reason but surely you're not that dadgum dumb? It would have been 70 plays of back and forth just like that with no agreement except where I would have noted Nix excelled on a play. Hours and hours of wasted time saved. An exercise in futility averted.

Scoreboard Update: Texans 0-0; Texian 1 and infantrycak 0.

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Yes the Broncos and Pats did well in managing their cap to be able to sign some high profile starters. So much so I think the AFC Championship could come down to the Broncos vs The Pats.

Bob is Jerah, they operate one in the samer. The only difference is Bob is not as flamboyant, the salesman, nor the media hound Jerah is:



IMO he's still Rick Smith, Bob McNair's assistant. Listen carefully, is there any question who the GM is? is there any doubt who is the Assistant? http://www.houstontexans.com/tv-medi...6-c904327b706c





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But..... But..... I thought McNair was a hands off/ good samaritan /philanthropic type owner?

Fans are starting to see the light on how the Texans org is being run. Some are still in denial, however if McNair gets the BOB hiring right then all of the other stuff wont matter.
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But..... But..... I thought McNair was a hands off/ good samaritan /philanthropic type owner?
He is all that with the exception of hands off and he may be the nicest owner in the NFL. He's also a very much hands on meddling owner much like Jerry Jones, only a less flamboyant media seeker. Bob is trying to model his team after the Bob Kraft, Bill Belichick and the Patriots. The only problem is he has substituted Jerry Jones for Bob Kraft. (and I haven't seen anything to suggest that O'Brien is anything like Belichick) It should be interesting but the outcome looks like a continuation of the disastrous train wreck. When the jury is in I wouldn't be surprised to see that Kubiak is the better O coach. O'Brien clearly looks like the better decision maker for the Xs. From the get go RAC has proven he's heads and shoulders above Richard Smith and Frank Bush.

If there is any doubt about Bob as the real GM of the Houston Texans, have a listen and this should clear it up: http://www.houstontexans.com/tv-medi...6-c904327b706c
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Is there any way we can go back to talking college players? This is very interesting topic and I hope we don't let this thread go where others have and care. I am already moving players up and down my board based on some info but also on hunches. I do enjoy comments and info others post. Can we allow this thread to do that? For example is Bryce Petty a possibility in top ten of the second round? Some mocks say yes and if you agree discuss why. Jalen Strong at about #8 and Petty #40 would be pretty solid. Based on info flowing from TC, I'm hoping Ninja has been effectively replaced and Bullough/? will at least somewhat fix the ILB next to Cushing (if he is there).
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Is there any way we can go back to talking college players? This is very interesting topic and I hope we don't let this thread go where others have and care. I am already moving players up and down my board based on some info but also on hunches. I do enjoy comments and info others post. Can we allow this thread to do that? For example is Bryce Petty a possibility in top ten of the second round? Some mocks say yes and if you agree discuss why. Jalen Strong at about #8 and Petty #40 would be pretty solid. Based on info flowing from TC, I'm hoping Ninja has been effectively replaced and Bullough/? will at least somewhat fix the ILB next to Cushing (if he is there).
For someone who threw for 4200 yds, 32 TDs and only 3 INTs, Bryce Petty gets a lot of disrespect. Bryce starting this season is my #1 QB so I see him more of Top 10 RD 1 and long gone by RD2. I understand Bryce takes all his snaps in shotgun however well over 50% of offensive snaps now in NFL are from the gun. Petty is athletic enough to take snaps from center. IMO Petty has shown me early on he's the smartest guy playing QB and the transition shouldn't be difficult for him. The one trait that has caught my eye about Petty is how quick he reads the D and can pull the trigger. This opinion is subject to change. This early on most of mine have.
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I understand Bryce takes all his snaps in shotgun however well over 50% of offensive snaps now in NFL are from the gun.
58% in 2013.
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Is there any way we can go back to talking college players? This is very interesting topic and I hope we don't let this thread go where others have and care. I am already moving players up and down my board based on some info but also on hunches. I do enjoy comments and info others post. Can we allow this thread to do that? For example is Bryce Petty a possibility in top ten of the second round? Some mocks say yes and if you agree discuss why. Jalen Strong at about #8 and Petty #40 would be pretty solid. Based on info flowing from TC, I'm hoping Ninja has been effectively replaced and Bullough/? will at least somewhat fix the ILB next to Cushing (if he is there).
I like Petty a lot

Right now he's my #3 QB behind Winston/Mariota. If the Texans finish 7-9 and picking 10th I would advocate trading up and picking up any one of those 3 QB's. The Cost shouldn't be that high.

Provided that Savage doesn't look like the QB of the future.
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I like Petty a lot

Right now he's my #3 QB behind Winston/Mariota. If the Texans finish 7-9 and picking 10th I would advocate trading up and picking up any one of those 3 QB's. The Cost shouldn't be that high.

Provided that Savage doesn't look like the QB of the future.
unfortunately, I do not think we can afford to give up anything 4th round or higher in a trade up. Like this year, we will need too much. It would be good if 2015 is as deep at QB as is projected. I was not happy to see that Winston recently said he might play another two seasons in Florida.
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unfortunately, I do not think we can afford to give up anything 4th round or higher in a trade up. Like this year, we will need too much. It would be good if 2015 is as deep at QB as is projected. I was not happy to see that Winston recently said he might play another two seasons in Florida.
To trade up say from 10th to 5th will only cost a 1st/2nd and a 2015 1st. Not a heavy price to pay for a franchise QB?
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To trade up say from 10th to 5th will only cost a 1st/2nd and a 2015 1st. Not a heavy price to pay for a franchise QB?
No way I make that deal with what we need. Maybe if QB was the only priority need I would. Besides I think there will be a good QB at #10. I am hoping a good prospect is there in second so we can go WR in first.
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No way I make that deal with what we need. Maybe if QB was the only priority need I would. Besides I think there will be a good QB at #10. I am hoping a good prospect is there in second so we can go WR in first.
I'm hoping Savage is the QB of the future. If he isn't BOB has to do whatever it takes to get the QB of the future.

If QB isn't a need I hope they draft a OL or 2 very high. Also I would like to see an impact S and another CB. My philosophy is to add a CB every yr.
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I'm hoping Savage is the QB of the future. If he isn't BOB has to do whatever it takes to get the QB of the future.

If QB isn't a need I hope they draft a OL or 2 very high. Also I would like to see an impact S and another CB. My philosophy is to add a CB every yr.
We need so much..I too have high hope for Savage but would be difficult not to draft a QB if possible. If Savage can start in 2015, Fitz could be a realistic backup for a cheap cost. A QB in late first would be peaking in 2017 Savage's last contract year.

Let me float an idea I had last night. Would you trade Foster after a very productive 2014 for a late first round pick? Dead $ would be $5 million with savings of $4 m. using Blue and Cornett. Could he be worth a first after a good 2014? Cutting costs and getting another high round selection could be way to go.
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I like Petty a lot

Right now he's my #3 QB behind Winston/Mariota. If the Texans finish 7-9 and picking 10th I would advocate trading up and picking up any one of those 3 QB's. The Cost shouldn't be that high.

Provided that Savage doesn't look like the QB of the future.
less than two weeks and then college ball begins. Cannot wait to watch some game time action and players will start moving up and down the boards. As much as I want WR Strong if our QB situation does not improve, I will have to go Qb first round. I can wait one year for Savage but probably not two.
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What's the word on Trevor Knight?
6'1" 201 pounds a red shirt soph this year who had a so so season with a good game against Kansas St followed by a bad one against OK St despite a team win. He hit big against Alabama with unbelievable great game in Sugar Bowl. If it were a horse race, he would have had to give a blood test. I'm not interested.
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