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Old 03-19-2008   #161
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Chris is excited about playing with Eric again. They are very close friends and they often meet up back in Miami when offseason. Eric even came to my daughters wedding last year he has been a close friend of all of us since he started at the U of Miami. We are very happy that Eric is there already and can give Chris information on Houston so his move from Denver is hopefully not too overwhelming for him.
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Chris is excited about playing with Eric again. They are very close friends and they often meet up back in Miami when offseason. Eric even came to my daughters wedding last year he has been a close friend of all of us since he started at the U of Miami. We are very happy that Eric is there already and can give Chris information on Houston so his move from Denver is hopefully not too overwhelming for him.

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Thats great to hear . Team chemistry , especially on the O-Line can go a long way into making a squad special . Now Caveman has a buddy to help wreck shop on some of those Tacks , and Colts D-Lines .
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He is on/going to be on 610 this morning sometime before 10, could be on now but Im in class....
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I watched the Denver game again last night focusing on Myers as well as out Oline. IMO, y'all are going to like him. It was odd seeing the Center actually getting to the second level and making his block. Something we haven't been accustom to with Flabbygan and McKinney. He was able to get to the LB's with ease, taking Greenwood out of the play on multiple occasions. On one play the run was to Greenwood's side and Myers still pushed him out of the play, wtf. D-Ryans would already be running the RB down, so never saw him get caught up.

Most of the game he was mainly chipping then hitting the second level. I did get to see a few 1 on 1's and only counted 3 occasions where he was beat. 2 run plays and 1 pass. The 1st run play it looked as if Zgonina caught him off balance and made the tackle for a couple yard loss. The second run was by Zgonina too, but more times than not Myers beat him. On the pass play TJ just beat him and forced Cutler to get rid of the ball, which IIRC was completed.

Overall, I'd say their guards and center won the battle against our DT's. Okoye did pretty good at times, but TJ didn't fair too well. Cochran even played some DT towards the end of the game. I suppose it was for passing situations. Mario had his way with whoever was across from him. A split second longer and he'd have a few more sacks.

I gave up watching Flabbygan after the first half. I'd expect him to retire because he was a step or two behind the entire time. He has to hold in order to win a block.

Fellow MBer's, compared to what we've had in the past, this guy's a steal. I expect McKinney will restructure his contract for a backup because he IS NOT going to beat this guy out.

Oh Yeah....it's a pleasure to have you here Mr. Myers and hopefully you can keep us updated on the team throughout.

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Chris is excited about playing with Eric again. They are very close friends and they often meet up back in Miami when offseason. Eric even came to my daughters wedding last year he has been a close friend of all of us since he started at the U of Miami. We are very happy that Eric is there already and can give Chris information on Houston so his move from Denver is hopefully not too overwhelming for him.
Let me join the long list of other fans to say "Welcome" !
I've lived and worked in Denver 2 different times over the years and its one of
my favorite cities, so I can understand the affection and loyalty you and your son developed for the city and its fans/people. And it is a great sports city still owned by the Broncos I would imagine ? Its now been about 10 years since I lived there.
But we've got a good group here in Houston and this Board in particular has some very intense, knowledgilbe fans. You've come to the right place.
That's pretty neat to hear that Winston is so close to your son and also being an OLineman makes their bond even stronger I'd think. With Butler
also being from Miami we are liable to end up with a starting OLine with
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I expect McKinney will restructure his contract for a backup because he IS NOT going to beat this guy out.
McKinney restructured last offseason, and is due to make "only" $1.35 mil in '08 salary. That's not a lot in this era, and McKinney's versatility makes him worth to keep around. If he's healthy.

I've never been a big McKinney fan, so this wasn't easy for me to type.
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Mr. Myers, welcome to you and your son. Houston fans are pretty rabid as we seem to have an under dog role with the national press in all sports. If your son decides to move into the Clear Lake area (near the space center) I'll give him a ride on 1 BAD BOY 26 foot tunnel boat (cat). We want to keep our players happy. He does have to enjoy speed. Guess I could give him a ride even if he does not become a neighbor. Steve
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I watched the Denver game again last night focusing on Myers as well as out Oline. IMO, y'all are going to like him. It was odd seeing the Center actually getting to the second level and making his block. Something we haven't been accustom to with Flabbygan and McKinney. He was able to get to the LB's with ease, taking Greenwood out of the play on multiple occasions. On one play the run was to Greenwood's side and Myers still pushed him out of the play, wtf. D-Ryans would already be running the RB down, so never saw him get caught up.

Most of the game he was mainly chipping then hitting the second level. I did get to see a few 1 on 1's and only counted 3 occasions where he was beat. 2 run plays and 1 pass. The 1st run play it looked as if Zgonina caught him off balance and made the tackle for a couple yard loss. The second run was by Zgonina too, but more times than not Myers beat him. On the pass play TJ just beat him and forced Cutler to get rid of the ball, which IIRC was completed.

Overall, I'd say their guards and center won the battle against our DT's. Okoye did pretty good at times, but TJ didn't fair too well. Cochran even played some DT towards the end of the game. I suppose it was for passing situations. Mario had his way with whoever was across from him. A split second longer and he'd have a few more sacks.

I gave up watching Flabbygan after the first half. I'd expect him to retire because he was a step or two behind the entire time. He has to hold in order to win a block.

Fellow MBer's, compared to what we've had in the past, this guy's a steal. I expect McKinney will restructure his contract for a backup because he IS NOT going to beat this guy out.

Oh Yeah....it's a pleasure to have you here Mr. Myers and hopefully you can keep us updated on the team throughout.

Thanks HOU-TEX,

Chris has only played 11 games at center in the NFL so each game he will learn more. Your comments are pretty much dead on from what I recall of the game. I have watched it a few times. Just like any other linemen, Chris will get beat at times and thats not unusual in this league. Its the consistency and intensity of his play that matters in my view. He can only get better and better with Gibbs coaching him. I AM VERY VERY EXCITED about that. You have no idea.
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Mr. Myers, welcome to you and your son. Houston fans are pretty rabid as we seem to have an under dog role with the national press in all sports. If your son decides to move into the Clear Lake area (near the space center) I'll give him a ride on 1 BAD BOY 26 foot tunnel boat (cat). We want to keep our players happy. He does have to enjoy speed. Guess I could give him a ride even if he does not become a neighbor. Steve

LOL thanks badboy,

I will let him know. He has no clue what area he will reside yet. He has only been there for the visit and when he comes back out for workouts at the end of the month he will get with Eric and I am sure look around for a place.
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Chris has only played 11 games at center in the NFL so each game he will learn more. Your comments are pretty much dead on from what I recall of the game. I have watched it a few times. Just like any other linemen, Chris will get beat at times and thats not unusual in this league. Its the consistency and intensity of his play that matters in my view. He can only get better and better with Gibbs coaching him. I AM VERY VERY EXCITED about that. You have no idea.
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Chris has only played 11 games at center in the NFL so each game he will learn more. Your comments are pretty much dead on from what I recall of the game. I have watched it a few times. Just like any other linemen, Chris will get beat at times and thats not unusual in this league. Its the consistency and intensity of his play that matters in my view. He can only get better and better with Gibbs coaching him. I AM VERY VERY EXCITED about that. You have no idea.
No problem. The off-season is tough, so recorded games come in handy. The signing of Chris just gave me a reason to watch that game again.

Chris' foot speed was the thing that impressed me most. Not only to the second level, but along the line as well. He was able to swing off a double team back to the middle to pick Mario up off a stunt twice that I noticed.

I agree with you about Gibbs. I can't wait to see him in action during camp.

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No problem. The off-season is tough, so recorded games come in handy. The signing of Chris just gave me a reason to watch that game again.

Chris' foot speed was the thing that impressed me most. Not only to the second level, but along the line as well. He was able to swing off a double team back to the middle to pick Mario up off a stunt twice that I noticed.

I agree with you about Gibbs. I can't wait to see him in action during camp.

What many people may not know about Chris's speed........

At the U of Miami he was the main downfield blocker for Willis MacGahee and also Frank Gore. Willis gave Chris a large credit just before the National Championship game against Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl. The following is cut and pasted from that article....

Crediting Myers: Somebody asked McGahee what memories he'll take away from this season. The seven school records he eclipsed? His six-touchdown performance against Virginia Tech? His 68-yard catch and carry on the screen play that set up the Hurricanes' winning score against Florida State? Nah.
"Chris Myers," McGahee said, grinning.
Why the Hurricanes' right guard? "He's the only one that keeps blocking for me 20 yards down the field," McGahee said

I tell you what as a dad........you can't ask for anything better then to read that the morning of a National Championship game. I am very blessed.
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What many people may not know about Chris's speed........

At the U of Miami he was the main downfield blocker for Willis MacGahee and also Frank Gore. Willis gave Chris a large credit just before the National Championship game against Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl. The following is cut and pasted from that article....

Crediting Myers: Somebody asked McGahee what memories he'll take away from this season. The seven school records he eclipsed? His six-touchdown performance against Virginia Tech? His 68-yard catch and carry on the screen play that set up the Hurricanes' winning score against Florida State? Nah.
"Chris Myers," McGahee said, grinning.
Why the Hurricanes' right guard? "He's the only one that keeps blocking for me 20 yards down the field," McGahee said

I tell you what as a dad........you can't ask for anything better then to read that the morning of a National Championship game. I am very blessed.
Many athletes' parents have an athletic back ground. Do you? Also on the move to Texas, many players choose the Woodlands or Sugar Land outskirts of Houston. Clear Lake area has many "bedroom" communities encircling Clear Lake that empties into Galveston Bay. Beautiful homes in his price range (ahem) excellent schools, malls/shopping and is locate 1/2 between Houston and Galveston. If he likes the water as I do, he will love the area. Oh BTW I am not a realtor or with the Chamber of Commerce just a long time resident of water front living.
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Many athletes' parents have an athletic back ground. Do you? Also on the move to Texas, many players choose the Woodlands or Sugar Land outskirts of Houston. Clear Lake area has many "bedroom" communities encircling Clear Lake that empties into Galveston Bay. Beautiful homes in his price range (ahem) excellent schools, malls/shopping and is locate 1/2 between Houston and Galveston. If he likes the water as I do, he will love the area. Oh BTW I am not a realtor or with the Chamber of Commerce just a long time resident of water front living.

I started playing international rugby back in 1974 and have played as recently as last year. Its not to often the "old boys" get a game put together but we still bang out a few games when we can.

I will let Chris know about those areas I appreciate the feedback. For a month or two I think he doesn't plan to jump on a home purchase till he gets to know the area a little better. He has Eric there and also some other friends who can show him around for a while.
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A hardy Texans "Howdy" to you sir! I look foward to seeing Chris contributions to the Texans! Chris will have to readjust to steamy weather like he experienced in Florida! I, for one, look foward to your "behind-the-scenes" look at what the team is up to (without the butt kicking, of course).

Do you have a link to the MaGahee article so that I might foward it to other Texan fans? That's a hell'ave compliment to your son! I can see why your so proud of your boy!

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I will let Chris know about those areas I appreciate the feedback. For a month or two I think he doesn't plan to jump on a home purchase till he gets to know the area a little better. He has Eric there and also some other friends who can show him around for a while.
I don't know much about your son, but I will take my well educated fellow message boarder's opinions and I think he'll be a great addition to our team and city. I thank you for posting here and hopefully you'll be able to give us some inside scoops from time to time, starting in training camp. Thanks again for posting and welcome aboard.
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Just make sure you warn Chris that the water in Galveston Bay is more like caffe mocha than it is blue windex.
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#55 is going to be a very popular "sold jersey"
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Having another C.M. in Houston wearing #55 can only be good karma. I think the time has arrived for the "Texan Cannonball."

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