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Old 06-02-2007   #41
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Default Re: Chronic: Texans' Mathis eager to get on the field

I dunno and I wasn't in the room....but you gotta figure this is where the Jones pick came from. He may be Marvin Harrison....the hammies may come around. I'm not posting that they throw the guy under the buss. But there is a point in time that will reach critical mass where they'll have to pull the trigger on the guy. And the new attitude aside, If the hammies are going to be chronic, and I for sure don't know that they are, Smith is going to have to take his best guess on the guy. They may expose him and pull him back. They may IR him again. If Jones can handle it, he may be gone. Point being...if we're talking about keeping extra o-line prospects, nine or ten guys instead of eight, someone will have to go. Someone is expendable. Getting down to 73 will be no problem. 53, those last twenty will hurt. As they should. We're no longer an expansion club. all the tallent on paper will not help us. They need paly makers. If he can't get himself on to the feild, he isn't one of those.
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Maybe Kubiak needs to have Mathis start fielding punts then. I would think it would be an easier than having him learn the whole WR position.
Well if you're worried about injury, is there a worse thing to do with him? I mean honestly those guys barreling down field to hit him... Punt returner seems like a bad idea... to me that is.

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