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Old 02-23-2005   #21
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Word has Chicago or Baltimore for Plax!
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Old 02-23-2005   #22
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Chris Henry has been portrayed as immature, and selfish. But you are right, he could be had in the 3rd round.
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In order of need for you guys.....

1)O-line
2)O-line
3)O-line
4)O-line
5)O-line
6)O-line

Oh ...sorry .... you have other places in much more dire need than WR. With Carr laying on his back, it doesn't matter If you had Owens, Moss, Harrison, and AJ in a four Wr set. The sieve.....as they should be known was painful to watch...it was like Seahawks teams of the early 1990's.

If you were to go for a WR....I think Mason is the best of the bunch, and Muhammad a close second though downgraded due to age, but you don't need a number 1 which I am sure he would expect to be. 1)Givens 2)Housh 3)Draft

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I say we stick with what we have and use AJ, Gaffney and Armstrong. We could put Thomas in as the 4th wide-out. Just be sure to beef up that o-line first or David will be getting rid of it fast. Which we ALL know what happens then.
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Travis Taylor could be a very good number 2 in this league. He hasn't lived up to his top 10 pick status of 01, but if he got the chance to have a good and possibly great QB like David Carr, he could be a great addition to the Texans. The main reason for Taylor's inconsistancey is the fact that his QBs that have been throwing to him since he has cam into the league in 2000 were Trent Dilfer, Jeff Blake, Chris Redman, Anthony Wright, Kyle Boller ect... The best receiver he has played with is Marcus Robinson who isn't great in the first place.


So I think Travis Taylor would be a great addition to the Texans.

1.)Andre Johnson
2.)Travis Taylor
3.)Jabbar Gaffney - I think he could be great as a slot
4.)Charles Lee - would be a very good addition. I am a HUGE Tampa Bay fan (and member of the TBBB as Clayton80future) and I wish Gruden wouldn't have made him sit out the last 6 or 7 games due to lack of work ethic. Dom Capers better put some disipline in him though. He can be a TO! Well almost as good. Has the same exact size as him at 6'3" 226 lbs.
5.)Derrick Armstrong


Corey Vradford could go somewhere else. Basically don't need him. He does strech the field but Andre Johnson can do that too. So can Taylor and Lee.
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4.)Charles Lee - would be a very good addition. I am a HUGE Tampa Bay fan (and member of the TBBB as Clayton80future) and I wish Gruden wouldn't have made him sit out the last 6 or 7 games due to lack of work ethic. Dom Capers better put some disipline in him though. He can be a TO! Well almost as good. Has the same exact size as him at 6'3" 226 lbs.
Don't know about TO but Charles Lee does look like someone with a lot of potential of coached and used well.
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