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Old 02-01-2011   #21
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He'll sign for very, very good money to play for the Patriots, Steelers, or Ravens (just thinking AFC, he'll look at the whole league), or somebody who doesn't specialize in finding new and imaginative ways to lose at the very end of games. In short he'll probably want to play for someone a little less "exciting" than the Texans.

We could sign him of course.... for stupid money. He might consider playing for a team like the Texans for stupid money. That's about it.
I'll put my money on Jerry Jones over Bob McNair getting a deal done, sad to say
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Default Re: Houston Texans: Nnamdi Asomugha is the Missing Link for the Texans Secondary

Just to save the rehashed back and forth arguements....









... for the second time, see this existing thread.









http://www.texanstalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=79250







It's in the NFL section.
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He'd be perfect for us! But us being the Texans... we'll find a way not to get him.
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He'll sign for very, very good money to play for the Patriots, Steelers, or Ravens (just thinking AFC, he'll look at the whole league), or somebody who doesn't specialize in finding new and imaginative ways to lose at the very end of games. In short he'll probably want to play for someone a little less "exciting" than the Texans.

We could sign him of course.... for stupid money. He might consider playing for a team like the Texans for stupid money. That's about it.
Keep in mind no team can talk to him, let alone sign him, until a new CBA is completed. Rumors are that the new CBA may have certain perameters for playoff teams and Super Bowl teams in regards to the quality and number of free agents they sign. It wouldn't be out of the realm of possibility if the Steelers and Packers would not even be allowed to sign him unless they lost a player to Free Agency of the same calibre. Like a Polamalu or Roethleberger.

I'll be very very interested to hear what happens in this regard. If that happens to be the case, this is ALL THE MORE reason for the Texans to go big time in free agency this offseason. Assuming we make the playoffs next year and for years and years after, as Bob & Co. are planning, our chances for FA's like Asomugha, Ike Taylor, etc may be in jeopardy. Now is the time to take advantage of us being able to afford this and being on the verge of greatness (please don't laugh... lol).
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He'd be perfect for us! But us being the Texans... we'll find a way not to get him.
He'd be perfect for 32 teams. Only one team will get him. Either a contender who offers him good money or a team that offers him a blank check.
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He'd be perfect for 32 teams. Only one team will get him. Either a contender who offers him good money or a team that offers him a blank check.
I know we have the money for him. Just don't know if he would actually want to play here in the first place..

I think Mcnair wants him here and I saw this on Texans Bull Blog awhile back.
http://www.texansbullblog.com/bigges...or-rumor/news/
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He'll sign for very, very good money to play for the Patriots, Steelers, or Ravens (just thinking AFC, he'll look at the whole league), or somebody who doesn't specialize in finding new and imaginative ways to lose at the very end of games. In short he'll probably want to play for someone a little less "exciting" than the Texans.

We could sign him of course.... for stupid money. He might consider playing for a team like the Texans for stupid money. That's about it.
This is the Catch-22. The only way that he'd sign with the Texans would be if he's all about the money. But the Texans do not want players that are only about the money.

And money is the only logically compelling reason for a high caliber FA to sign with this franchise.

Remember, this is the same team with a roomful of brainiacs that thought going into the 2010 season with McCain and Jackson as our starters was a good idea. So I am doubtful that they'd even go for a player like Asomugha when their M.O. is to put sprinkles on dog turds and act like they're brownies.
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wow i just copied and pasted the story why it put spaces i dont know ill edit it sorry
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Remember, this is the same team with a roomful of brainiacs that thought going into the 2010 season with McCain and Jackson as our starters was a good idea. So I am doubtful that they'd even go for a player like Asomugha when their M.O. is to put sprinkles on dog turds and act like they're brownies.
This is one of the reasons I'm hoping they have 'learned' from that mistake. Publicly they havn't admitted it, and I doubt they will. But behind closed doors, I simply cannot see them saying 'we're fine with what we got. the young guys learning a lot and they'll improve. we'll be fine there.' I really want to believe Kubiak/Phillips or McNair step up and say 'we're not going into next season with that same strategy.'

We've gone with "unproven" defensive coordinators the last 5 seasons... but fired our DC and got one of the most respected guys in the business and made him the highest paid DC coordinator in the league. Phillips does a great job of taking the existing player and putting them in the best position to succeed, but with someone of his calibre... you have think we'd throw him some guys to help improve the team.

McNair really really likes Rick Smith and Gary Kubiak and wants them to succeed here so bad. Phillips was a huge step in that process. Contracts are up in 2012... I think he's ready to see some real progress. Maybe we don't get Aso, but I just have this gut feeling they are going to pursue the top CBs harder than they've pursued any free agent to date.
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I know we have the money for him. Just don't know if he would actually want to play here in the first place..

I think Mcnair wants him here and I saw this on Texans Bull Blog awhile back.
http://www.texansbullblog.com/bigges...or-rumor/news/
Boy, that's a real reliable source.
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Any Oakland fans can tell us the play of ASO these last two years maybe and why Oakland thinks dropping him is a good idea

has he slowed down these last two years ... im just saying maybe the #2 or #3 best CB in the FA this year would have better upside here ???
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Ive got 100 imaginary dollars that says we bring him to Houston.

And im not one to just throw my imaginary money around willy nilly.. I only make imaginary bets when im confident it will bear imaginary profits.
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Any Oakland fans can tell us the play of ASO these last two years maybe and why Oakland thinks dropping him is a good idea

has he slowed down these last two years ... im just saying maybe the #2 or #3 best CB in the FA this year would have better upside here ???
No, he hasn't slowed down a bit. Some Raider fans would like him to be more "active" on the field and get more INTs, but the dude barely gets thrown to! He's only given up 1 TD in the past 3 seasons...the guy is the definition of a shutdown corner. However, the amount we would have had to pay for him this next season just is not worth it. I think it was in the ballpark of 17-18m. I'm still hoping we can sign Aso to a more reasonable contract, but if not the $ we save can be put to keeping some of our other players like Seymour, Bush, etc.
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Any Oakland fans can tell us the play of ASO these last two years maybe and why Oakland thinks dropping him is a good idea

has he slowed down these last two years ... im just saying maybe the #2 or #3 best CB in the FA this year would have better upside here ???
Asomugha hasn't appeared to 'slow down' any to me.

This is the Texans...we can use the #1, #2 AND #3 CBs right now.

I'm tired of the Texans trying to 'cheapskate' their way to success when it come to big-name FA splashes. This one would be a good acquisition by ANYONE'S measure, not just the Texans FO.
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When I heard Nnamdi Asomugha would be entering free agency this offseason, the first place I could imagine him landing was Houston.
Surprisingly, a Houston Texans beat writer thought of Houston first.


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hmmm........
Kudos to both of them. I mean one of the two or three best CBs in the league goes on the market and the Texans had one of the handful of worst secondaries in the league. A couple of guys write full length articles on how great a fit that really good CB would be with that really bad pass defense. Absolute genius, no other football fans could have made that connection.
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This is a Texans kind of guy. Face of the franchise even.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fC5DqeteXdQ
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This is a Texans kind of guy. Face of the franchise even.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fC5DqeteXdQ
Agree, but will never happen. One may wish though. I'm not really sold on Bailey but he would be an upgrade no doubt.
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I don't understand why McNair doesn't want to go after big name players. Heck, don't you agree that more people would tune into Texans game if we were to sign Aso and have him shutdown his side of the field? You would think that with all the extra publicity the Texans would get, it would be well worth the $$$ that McNair pays Aso.

Don't know if this has been posted but the Texans are supposdly worth $1.17 billion according to Yahoo Sports: http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slu...th_117_billion
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