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Old 06-18-2007   #261
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And around turn 14 Young has a commanding lead ....

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I completely disagree, but I'll leave it alone.
I'm going to assume that this was directed at my post.

I don't understand. What are you completely disagreeing with? You said exactly the same thing I did for almost every single point.

The only thing I see different is that you made the statement that our opinions are important and I think our opinions are just so much hot air.
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And around turn 14 Young has a commanding lead ....

I always thought young looked like a horse, and now we know why he throws like one.
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I always thought young looked like a horse, and now we know why he throws like one.
Actually when questioned the Texans players all seemed unable to describe what Young looked like. Most described a blur going past them and the #10 on a jersey slowly fades away as it pulled to far ahead for the pursuers to see.
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Actually when questioned the Texans players all seemed unable to describe what Young looked like. Most described a blur going past them and the #10 on a jersey slowly fades away as it pulled to far ahead for the pursuers to see.
Good running backs will do that from time to time...
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So how in hades do you come to the determination that is was moreso on the O-line rather than David Carr? If you have trouble looking at a game and being able to tell which players are good and which ones aren't because "each players performance is dependent on the play of everyone else" how can you come to a sound conclusion on anyone ?

For one, I don't agree with that line of thinking. I think it's fairly easy to look at players and tell if they're good or not. I don't care if you have the last ranked O-line in the leauge (which we didn't) 2 td's over the last 10 games is out of line. The fact that we won the Oakland game while David Carr amassed a whopping -5 passing yards says a lot about the play of "others around him".

Good players look good, and bad ones look bad. It's that simple. David Carr didn't have the best protection in the world, but there was enough protection for an NFL starting QB to atleast have us in games and not costing them. Sacks aren't always on the O-line; recievers need to run good routes and get open, O-line needs to block, RB's need to block when needed, QB needs to have pocket presence and be able to make pre-snap reads. If David had any inclination to greatness wouldn't you be able to see signs of it ? Where are the positives of David past his 'measurables'...past his college stats ? What positives can you give about the guy's play ?

It will be very interesting to see Schuab behind center because honestly I think a lot of fans perception of our O-line will change a little bit.
I thin you misunderstood me, again. Maybe this analogy will help you to understand my point. Drop a pepple into a large bucket of water with some bobbers floating in it and see what happens. The pepple is the O-Line. They are the primary cause of action on the offense. As the water ripples farther and farther out you get to each of the other positions contribution to the motion of the water, which is now influenced by the O-line's action. It is still possible to see the inputs of the other positions provided that the input of the O-line is not so great, a boulder instead of a pebble, as to push the floats out of the bucket, thereby making their effects impossible to read. xtruroyaltyx, you and just don't agree on who has the primary influence on a plays development. I say it is the O-line and you say it is the QB. That is where we disagree and I accept that we will never agree on that.

Now, keep in mind that Matt Schaub's O-line may very well be different as the Texans have added many new faces to their pool of O-linemen to make an O-line from. Just changing one O-linemen can sometimes have a huge effect, and it is possible that the starting O-line will have more changes to it than just one player.
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I just want to point out that I think it was both. You guys probably agree with that (I guess), but it's just who's more at fault that is getting argued.

After that, I'll leave it alone, because nothing can be proven in the offseason anyway. We need some new information (games) to bring to these arguments.
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Dude. Our opinions don't matter at all. But I think you're misinterpreting what I was saying because you're saying the same thing I am.

We fans can make judgments but they're based on incomplete information. This past season what I saw led me to believe that our line wasn't the problem with our offense. From where I sitting, I saw bad play from our QB. This doesn't mean that our o-line was great but I felt that our QB was making all phases of our team look worse.

BattleRedToro watched the same games and came to a different conclusion. He concluded that the o-line was the problem with both Carr's performance and with our running game.
I'm saying that only the coaches can definitively identify who's at fault. If they're good, they should be able to. They know who was where, what they did, and what they should have done. I think our coaches are good enough to know what the problems were last year and I think you can tell just by the moves they made what they thought those problems were.
Actually, some of the blame for the running game was the RB's not make the right cutbacks. The one thing are O-line did do well most of last year was run-block, they just couldn't pass-block, even if their lives depended on it.
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Actually, some of the blame for the running game was the RB's not make the right cutbacks. The one thing are O-line did do well most of last year was run-block, they just couldn't pass-block, even if their lives depended on it.
They pass blocked fine for the most part. No line keeps their QB totally clean and they're while they're not the greatest line in the league, they're not the worst. At worst, they are a totally average line.

A bad offensive line can get a quarterback killed. On the flip side, a bad QB can make the entire offense look bad.

If Carr had been throwing the ball on time, he wouldn't have been hit or sacked half as much. What I saw when I looked at the games was that a lot of the time, Carr was not seeing open guys and he wasn't throwing the ball on time. He was panicking when there were no people around.

If Schaub is what people have said he is, then our o-line is going to look like it underwent a massive renovation in the offseason.

There is a possibility that he isn't what they said he is, but I think he's going to be good and I'm willing to give him the opportunity to get a chance to show it.
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They pass blocked fine for the most part. No line keeps their QB totally clean and they're while they're not the greatest line in the league, they're not the worst. At worst, they are a totally average line.

A bad offensive line can get a quarterback killed. On the flip side, a bad QB can make the entire offense look bad.

If Carr had been throwing the ball on time, he wouldn't have been hit or sacked half as much. What I saw when I looked at the games was that a lot of the time, Carr was not seeing open guys and he wasn't throwing the ball on time. He was panicking when there were no people around.

If Schaub is what people have said he is, then our o-line is going to look like it underwent a massive renovation in the offseason.

There is a possibility that he isn't what they said he is, but I think he's going to be good and I'm willing to give him the opportunity to get a chance to show it.
There are actually two more possibilities as well and they are:

3) Schaub is as good as people say he is but the O-line is also as bad as people say they are.

or

4) Schaub is not as good as people say he is and the O-line is also as bad as people say they are.

I sure hope it isn't #4 because that will just suck for us Texans fans.
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There are actually two more possibilities as well and they are:

3) Schaub is as good as people say he is but the O-line is also as bad as people say they are.

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4) Schaub is not as good as people say he is and the O-line is also as bad as people say they are.

I sure hope it isn't #4 because that will just suck for us Texans fans.
Well, since I'm positive the o-line isn't as bad as people say they are, I immediately reject these as options with such a vanishingly small chance of being true as to be fantastical.

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Well, since I'm positive the o-line isn't as bad as people say they are, I immediately reject these as options with such a vanishingly small chance of being true as to be fantastical.

Yes, I knew that. I thought they should be presented anyways for completeness and posterity's sake.
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Actually when questioned the Texans players all seemed unable to describe what Young looked like. Most described a blur going past them and the #10 on a jersey slowly fades away as it pulled to far ahead for the pursuers to see.
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There is nothing to add. You have a really good running back with no QB, no receivers and no back-up running backs...
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There is nothing to add. You have a really good running back with no QB, no receivers and no back-up running backs...
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We shall see, my man......
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Well gee Alex, I'll try ignorant NFL questions for $1000.

Only 11 teams gave up less than 30 sacks last season. I'm guessing Texan fans will be rejoicing if they are in the top half of the league in that stat.
I'd say folks are at least ok with 6th in the league--no real need for the blame police.
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I'd say that I'm pretty ecstatic about going from 68 sacks to 22 in two seasons time.
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I'd say folks are at least ok with 6th in the league--no real need for the blame police.
We'd have been #1 in the league if it weren't for that Gaping hole at LT.


We need to get a LT in the first round period.

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