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Old 08-14-2005   #61
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I dunno I was impressed with Wells relative to what he's done the last few seasons. He wasn't wasting time in the backfield or backing into the line of scrimmage. He picked his hole and used his size and momentum to carry him through. He also has the hands and speed (for a fullback) to give us alot of options if he's in at FB. Based purely on their performance last night he's our #2 right now behind DD. However, I think most would agree that based purely on athletic talent, Davis and Morency are on top. It's only a matter of time before Morency picks up the system and becomes a really productive back for us, IMO.
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...so, how many points did Carr/first team score?
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...so, how many points did Carr/first team score?
I have come to the conculsion you aren't a Texans fan. I never see anything 'fan-like' out of you. Just ripping the team on all levels with little digs and negative comments.
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...sorry, but I just got back into the city and thought I'd take a short cut
on how the game went...
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I agree with Vinny on Morency in that he clearly was the most explosive back out there. But I thought he didn't always pick the proper hole to run thru, and tried to use his speed, and change of direction ability to try and outwork the defense to the outside, rather than letting the blocks develop, and making his cut, and moving north-south. I saw way too much east-west from him. That's okay, as Hollings did the same thing as a rookie, and I thought Hollings did a much better job last night of waiting for his block, making one cut, and going. I think over time Morency will develop that as well. He just needs to get as much PT as possible. He may develop quickly, or it may take a year or so. Either way, I think he is the most gifted athlete at RB already.

I agree that Wells was the slowest to the hole last night. He doesn't have near the speed of Hollings, or the quickness and burst that Morency and Davis have. Having said that, I was still impressed by him last night, much more than Vinny was. I thought he was much more decisive with his moves, danced around a lot less, displayed more power thru the hole, and finished his runs very well. No, he isn't as phycisically gifted, but as a backup RB, I am more than okay with him. In addition, he is extremely versatile. I saw him line up at FB, and he can take passes from the FB spot, which Norris cannot do. He is also a ST standout. I would be shocked if he is cut. I think Baxter is the one that needs to watch for the Turk.
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It amazes me that people who call themselves fans of the game or of our team miss the point of preseason entirely. If preseason was about winning then they wouldn't call it PRE season... it would just be THE SEASON. It's not about winning the game. I mean everyone wants to win, it's human nature, but win or lose what the coaches see during the game from each play is what matters. The coaches and staff have a limited amount of time to evaluate their players in game situations and try to determine which 53 guys out of the 90 something they currently have on their roster, they can get the most production out of in the REGULAR season. So look for the positives, find a way to build on the negatives and go from there.

Ragging and moaning about how much we suck isn't team spirit and isn't remotely productive. Stating your opinion is one thing, but blatenly flaiming the team at every corner isn't being a fan. If that is you objective here, fine another team to "support". The Texans don't need "fans" like that.
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We have a very flammable situation at RB.

We just gave DD a big contract, and he deserves it. But at some point, something is going to happen that will cause us to insert Morency. And from what I saw of last night's game...he has the goods to create a RB controversy.

He is so explosive off the snap that I think most of his busted plays were the result of the blocking not taking place FAST enough. Just think what he could have accomplished with our first team offense.

Wells is just a weird situation altogether. Good special teams guy, made some clutch plays last season, etc. He should have been cut the first two seasons, but after last year's effort and with what I saw last night...I think he hangs on for this year at least.

Overall, I am very pleased with our RB situation thus far.

McClain can kiss my rear. I watched every single minute of the game last night. Yes, it wasn't entertaining...but at least our first-string QB didn't break his ankle like Grossman did. Last time I checked, the regular season is the schedule that COUNTS. And, at least we weren't as pathetic and desperate for a pre-season win as the Broncos. They ran their second-string QB through three quarters when we had already cycled through our first THREE (Carr, Banks, Ragone).
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They ran their second-string QB through three quarters when we had already cycled through our first THREE (Carr, Banks, Ragone).
Van Pelt has very few snaps under his belt. He needs the work. But you're right, the Broncos did go with their frontline guys longer than the Texans did.
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According to the Chronic, Wells has a possible torn tendon in his right index finger.
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The biggest concern I had was the inability of the 1st-team offense to put it in from 1 yd. out. I'll give them the benefit of the doubt on that though, since they were still trying out some new things for goal-line situations.

P-Buc went into the locker room at halftime w/ a noticeable limp...anyone know if he was suffereing some sort of lingering injury?

Morency did look more explosive than the other choices. Beyond the first string O-Line, we had major assignment problems.

Since we didn't get any good replay of the TJ roughing the passer play at the game, was he really that late with the hit? The flag wasn't thrown until after the play was essentially over.

Now for the "important" stuff....

Halftime Pt. I - The halftime show just.....BLEW. I think Alto Gary came up with that nightmare of a cheerleader show after a night of binge drinking or something. When they came out, everyone around me thought they were middle school / high school girls. I thought it looked like the Shirelles with the metallic outfits and blonde wigs. It was scary. For those who saw it, I'm sorry. For those who didn't, consider yourselves lucky. It was definitely a "WTF" experience.

Halftime Pt. II - Somebody, somewhere in the Texans organization needs to learn how to 'mike' the band properly. Playing "Also Spake Zarathustra" in honor of Tribute to Space day isn't terribly impressive when you can't hear the horns. It was pretty dismal, especially in light of the really strange Pt. I.
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Since we didn't get any good replay of the TJ roughing the passer play at the game, was he really that late with the hit? The flag wasn't thrown until after the play was essentially over.
It wasn't a late hit at all. If it was any player other than QB that is a no-call. If he kept his head up instead of down it wouldn't have been a flag. Kind of a cheap call. He hit the QB square between the numbers as the pass was released.
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Since we didn't get any good replay of the TJ roughing the passer play at the game, was he really that late with the hit? The flag wasn't thrown until after the play was essentially over.
I'd like to see a replay as well, but it looked like it wasn't the timing of the hit so much as not letting up and driving into his sternum that got the flag.
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I'd like to see a replay as well, but it looked like it wasn't the timing of the hit so much as not letting up and driving into his sternum that got the flag.
Yes, it's a crown of the helmet issue. Not a late hit issue. He has to learn that he has to pick his head up (hit him with his facemask so to speak) when plowing into the QB. You can keep your head down in College but not in the Pros.
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It wasn't a late hit at all. If it was any player other than QB that is a no-call. If he kept his head up instead of down it wouldn't have been a flag. Kind of a cheap call. He hit the QB square between the numbers as the pass was released.
Thanks, since we were essentially 'behind' the Denver QB, it was hard to tell. It also makes me feel better about 'voicing my displeasure' to the official in question.
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I actually was attending a wedding last night, and I didn't get back in till around 11:30 or so. I recorded the game (Thank You DVD-R) and watched the game from 12 till around 2 this morning. There were several things I liked watching the game early on. Both the first team offense and defense looked pretty good in their first preseason game. The defense looks so much quicker, and the D-Line did a very good job of putting pressure on Plummer in the early going. I saw more blitzing than I've seen in the past from the Texans in a preseason game. There was one play in the second defensive series where the Texans were in their nickle package on a 3rd and long. The Texans came with a zone blitz where Babin dropped from the line into coverage, and the pressure got to Plummer quickly forcing him to make a bad throw. He threw the ball behind his receiver and forced the Broncos to punt. There was another play later on where the Texans brought 5 and looked to drive the Broncos OLine back into Plummer who again forced a bad throw. Peek looks like he's got a very good understanding of his assignments as evidenced by his keeping containment on a running play forcing the RB into the middle where the DLine and ILBs could make a play. He also read and reacted well to a naked boot by Van Pelt by getting between him and his receiver. He looked to tip the pass, but the TE still caught it. Nice recognition still. Babin looks even better with Peek opposite him at the ROLB spot. Wong looked pretty good in what little time he saw at ILB, and Greenwood looked alright but didn't make much noise. Robaire Smith looked very trim, and he did a good job while he was in there. Phillip Buchanon played well but he did get beat by Ashley Lelie at least once. As for the rookies on defense TJ and Brown were very impressive. TJ was a force on the DLine and routinely pushed his man back 4 or 5 yards into the backfield. He made the Broncos RBs change directions many times forcing them into outside defenders. Brown looked good in his first action, and his only blown play to speak of was the pass to Rice in the endzone where Faggins knocked it away at the last moment. It looked as though Brown was supposed to help out on that play, but I could be wrong on that one. Pettway looks alot like Charlie Anderson did this time last year. Lots of potential but needs to improve his strength. McKenzie looked decent, but he will be dominated by bigger receivers. Now for the offense. Offensively the OLine held up well against a pretty good Broncos defense. This was all without Bruener mind you who is our best blocking TE. It looks like the new blocking schemes could pay off. AJ is AJ, and is a physical freak of nature. No surprise there. Carr did a good job in recognizing Bradford had one on one coveraged deep towards the endzone, and tossed it up for grabs. He got a flag that put the ball at the one so a smart play by Carr that won't show up in the stat column. Unfortunately shortly before that Weigert went down, and was out for the rest of the game. That put Weary in at Weigerts spot, and he disappointed. He got absolutely leveled at the goal line. Specifically the fourth down play. Watch the play, and he gets manhandled and goes down quickly. Allowing the defenders to swarm DD. Murphy's TD catch from Banks was a thing of beauty. The Broncos have one safety deep, and either Gold or Wilson was the deep LB responsible for Murphy. At the snap Murphy leaves the line of scrimmage as Gold or Wilson go to cover him he gives a fake to the outside as if he's headed for the pile on in the endzone then as soon as the LB bites he takes it up field. Keep in mind that Gold and Wilson are both very fast LBs. Murphy gets a step on him and as the ball is in the air he increases the distance between he and the defender to make a great TD catch. Very nice play. The pass to Armstrong later on in the game that came on a blitz from the Broncos should have been flagged for pass interference, but Armstrong still almost made the catch anyway. Now for the rookies on offense. Mathis didn't get to show much, but he is very fast (DUH). Morrency is a bit unpolished, but he's got the raw ability to be a very good RB. He was very explosive, but often times he would try to cut outside when he should take the ball upfield. I don't think Hollings has much of a shot of securing the #2 spot on the depth chart at RB if Morrency can learn to hold on to the ball better. I was very surprised at how long and how well Hodgdon played. He did have a couple of penalties, and thats to be expected for a rookie OLineman in his first preseason game. However he did hold his own against guys that were much bigger than him. There wasn't any fumbled snaps or anything of that sort that I'd expect with a rookie center. He was very active, and he didn't stop until the play was over even though the RB was upfield. Once he improves his strength and technique he will be a very good player. Great find by CC. Overall I was very impressed with this draft class, and they seem to be the most NFL ready group of rookies that the Texans have trotted out there to date. The special teams were great last night. Swinton looked good back there fielding punts, and Kasper played well as a gunner. Stanley and Brown played well. I know its a long winded post, but then again with me you have to expect it.
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We saw good and bad last night... mostly bad.

1st and 2nd string units moved the ball well on the ground well. Aside from Banks' TD pass to Murphy, the passing game was anemic and inconsistant, much like last year. While Denver's receivers were consistantly open, Houston's receivers were blanketed all night. Let's hope that Capers and Palmer have a plan to improve the passing game this year.

The first defensive unit looked good for the most part. Seemed like there was quite a bit of penetration up front all night. Travis Johnson had some good plays but also took a lot of plays off. Seems like that was his M.O. in college also. Hopefully the good plays will make up for that. The secondary looked confused at times and left guys with 5 yard cushions consistantly. The long pass to devoe was inexcusable. C.C. brown looked terrible against the pass and/or trying to tackle anyone. The dropped interception in the end zone was ugly and would have been a big play in the game.

Special teams looked really good for the most part. Swinton impressed as a returner, and is an upgrade over JJ. Scates probably had the best punt of the night.

Another pre-season loss is what it is, but winning begets winning and the coaching staff makes no effort to win games. If this team is ever going to make it to the next level it has to learn how to win, pre-season or not.

Best performances:
Kevin Kasper - The guy plays hard and has good instincts. Not as talented as Starling or Swinton, but will make the team ahead of them if he has 3 more games like last night.
Reggie Swinton - As a returner. Big upgrade over J.J. but probably will not make the team unless Gaffney is out for a while. Can't wait to see Mathis here.
Travis Johnson - Lots of penetration most of the night. Took some plays off but you can see the potential.
Domanick Davis - Some very nice runs.
1st and 2nd string O-Line - Running the ball. They were blowing guys off line last night.

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C.C. Brown - Looked a lot like Matt Stevens.
Quarterbacks - From Carr down to Symons the quarterbacks were terrible. The Banks to Murphy hookup was one of the few nice plays of the night. Ragone looked like NFL Ragone and Symons is now irrelevant.
Drew Hodgen - Penalties and allowing pressure up the middle summed up his night.
Coaches - Overall, the team did not look prepared or particularly enthusiastic about playing. Very few players were in position to make plays. The passing offense and defensive secondary looked very bad at times.
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Yup, McClain's column today had a hard *** critique of the game last night as if he was talking about a team playing in midseason instead of one playing its first preseason game. Don't know what that was about ?
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Jason Simmons was burnt atleast twice and was shook by Van Pelt on that 40 yard run. Look bad last night!!
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Believe it or not, C.C. Brown led the team in tackles.
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Hey texasguy346, would it kill ya to separate your long-winded posts into more than one long paragraph with some spaces in between, for God' sake?

I could even read it! I took one look at that big blob, and thought I was going to go freaking blind! Have a little consideration for us older folks . . please!
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