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Matt Schaub - 4856 passing yards 2 2.33%
Arian - 1703 rushing 2 2.33%
Andre - 12 td's 41 47.67%
James Casey - 713 total yards 1 1.16%
Offense as a whole - 29.8 pts/gm 4 4.65%
Mario Williams - 16.5 sacks 8 9.30%
JJ Watts - 7 sacks 12 13.95%
Gq, J Jo, kjax - 10 ints combined 8 9.30%
Special teams - 5 td's (scored any way) 0 0%
Defense as a whole - top 7 overall 8 9.30%
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I voted Andre with 12 TDs. I feel that's entirely possible. Mario getting 16.5 sacks would be outta this world. I know it's only practice but I was watching Mario on the dummy drill on one of the clips on Texans TV. The man was moving like lightning while looking really smooth and fluid. If he can put that together on game day and not get washed by the QB he'll be simply awesome!
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I voted Andre with 12 TDs. I feel that's entirely possible. Mario getting 16.5 sacks would be outta this world. I know it's only practice but I was watching Mario on the dummy drill on one of the clips on Texans TV. The man was moving like lightning while looking really smooth and fluid. If he can put that together on game day and not get washed by the QB he'll be simply awesome!
AJ getting 12 td's means we're throwing a lot more deep balls. He just attracts way too much attention inside the RZ and opens up too many opportunities for others. I sincerely hope he does get 12+ td's, but I'll take the points over the stats.
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Going with none of the above. I can't even guess which would be closest.
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Going with none of the above. I can't even guess which would be closest.
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That is what I heard in Junior High, also. I was rooting for another Houston football team then.
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I went with 29.6 pts/gm. We left a lot of points on the field last year and I expect us to be more efficient in that area this year.
Damn near 30 a game .... thats tough to do. How many teams in the last decade have done that ?

You are right tho , they did leave a lot of points out there ..... Its possible.

Hell , any of the stats given is a stretch IMO. A great year for any of the above ....

AJ getting 12 TD's seems like the most reasonable.
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Damn near 30 a game .... thats tough to do. How many teams in the last decade have done that ?

You are right tho , they did leave a lot of points out there ..... Its possible.

Hell , any of the stats given is a stretch IMO. A great year for any of the above ....

AJ getting 12 TD's seems like the most reasonable.
AJ has never even been close to 12 TD's a year. That's why I chose 29.6 pts/gm. He might not get the points, but he opens up the field to so many others. That's part of what makes him the best WR in the NFL.
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There should be a second version of this poll - which of these would you most like to see happen. Same ten options.

If that were the case, it would be a tough call for me between your selection, and the top 7 defense.
Then my answer would be "All of the Above"


...instead of "None of the Above" which it realistically should be as the poll stands right now.
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AJ has never even been close to 12 TD's a year. That's why I chose 29.6 pts/gm. He might not get the points, but he opens up the field to so many others. That's part of what makes him the best WR in the NFL.
I dont disagree at all .... Just figure all of those numbers are pretty damn tough to reach and that would be the most plausable.


I almost went with Schaub getting 4800 .... Another thats very reasonable depending on game situations.
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I'll go with 12 TDs for Andre. I think he is due for a year in which he gets alot of TDs.

Why hasn't AJ had as much success in that stat category as he has had in all others? Is it because of the safety help over on his side all game? I can't really think of a logical reason as to why it hasn't happened yet. Surely other top receivers get similar treatment.

AJ with 15 TDs isn't a crazy prediction IMO. It is only a matter of time before he has one of those years.
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I dont disagree at all .... Just figure all of those numbers are pretty damn tough to reach and that would be the most plausable.


I almost went with Schaub getting 4800 .... Another thats very reasonable depending on game situations.
That's why I went with O scoring 29.6 a game. The points are there. Who cares who scores them? AJ will reach the HOF by being the most bad ass receiver of his generation, not by TD's. Every other stat will be there but TD's.
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Damn near 30 a game .... thats tough to do. How many teams in the last decade have done that ?
Not very many. Since 2002 (I decided to go since our first season instead of the decade):

2002 -- No one. The Texans averaged 13.3 points per game that year.

2003 -- The Chiefs scored 30.25 points per game. The Texans scored 15.9.

2004 -- The Colts scored 32.6 points per game, the Chiefs scored 30.2. Your Houston Texans scored 19.3.

2005 -- Nobody scored over 30 ppg. The Texans scored a wopping 16.3.

2006 -- Chargers scored 30.75. The Texans scored 16.7.

2007 -- The Patriots KILLED IT: 36.8 points per game. Insane. The Texans scored 23.7 points per game.

2008 -- No one scored 30 ppg. The Texans scored 22.9.

2009 -- The Saints scored 31.9, the Vikings scored 29.4. The Texans scored 24.3 ppg.

2010 -- The Patriots scored 32.4 ppg. The Texans scored 24.4.

The thing is... if our defense improves, that gives us shorter fields. An improvement in our defense could have the impact of making our offense appear even more potent. And that's not even taking a look at the fact that our defense and special teams scored 0 points last year. Most teams get at least some points from defense and special teams. If our defense starts scoring, that would really help out.
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Not very many. Since 2002 (I decided to go since our first season instead of the decade):

2002 -- No one. The Texans averaged 13.3 points per game that year.

2003 -- The Chiefs scored 30.25 points per game. The Texans scored 15.9.

2004 -- The Colts scored 32.6 points per game, the Chiefs scored 30.2. Your Houston Texans scored 19.3.

2005 -- Nobody scored over 30 ppg. The Texans scored a wopping 16.3.

2006 -- Chargers scored 30.75. The Texans scored 16.7.

2007 -- The Patriots KILLED IT: 36.8 points per game. Insane. The Texans scored 23.7 points per game.

2008 -- No one scored 30 ppg. The Texans scored 22.9.

2009 -- The Saints scored 31.9, the Vikings scored 29.4. The Texans scored 24.3 ppg.

2010 -- The Patriots scored 32.4 ppg. The Texans scored 24.4.

The thing is... if our defense improves, that gives us shorter fields. An improvement in our defense could have the impact of making our offense appear even more potent. And that's not even taking a look at the fact that our defense and special teams scored 0 points last year. Most teams get at least some points from defense and special teams. If our defense starts scoring, that would really help out.
What was the top scoring offenses in the 3 years that no one reached 29.6? That should factor into the equation and help establish a mathematical reference point fo the top scoring offenses in the sample period. The teams you did list averaged over 30 ppg in 6 of 9 seasons. That tells me that 29 ppg is a very realistic number.
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What was the top scoring offenses in the 3 years that no one reached 29.6? That should factor into the equation and help establish a mathematical reference point fo the top scoring offenses in the sample period. The teams you did list averaged over 30 ppg in 6 of 9 seasons. That tells me that 29 ppg is a very realistic number.
Yep. 29 ppg seems doable. I mean, we'd have to have a great year. But it happens almost every year.

To answer your question:

2002 -- The Chiefs led the league in scoring with 29.2 ppg.
2005 -- The Seahawks led the league with 28.3 ppg.
2008 -- The Saints led the league with 28.9 ppg.
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That means that for the last 9 years, the highest scoring team has averaged 31.2 ppg. 29.6 seems much more doable in that light.
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I wish we could vote twice. I voted Andre with 12 TD's, it's the obvious choice, but I'd really like to vote for GQ, J Jo, and KJ combining for 10 INT's, I can see this happening fairly easily as well.
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Yep. 29 ppg seems doable. I mean, we'd have to have a great year. But it happens almost every year.

To answer your question:

2002 -- The Chiefs led the league in scoring with 29.2 ppg.
2005 -- The Seahawks led the league with 28.3 ppg.
2008 -- The Saints led the league with 28.9 ppg.
Good point.

I think that the some of them could go hand in hand. If Matt throws for that many yards I think the offense would be at the thirty point mark
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That means that for the last 9 years, the highest scoring team has averaged 31.2 ppg. 29.6 seems much more doable in that light.
Oooops. Nevermind. I read that wrong.
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