Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by ArlingtonTexan, Mar 14, 2018.
Plays all 5 spots.
Been New Orleans 6th OL for a couple of years, starting 23 games.
Yea but he started some games for NOLA at both guard and tackle including in a PO game last year.
I'm starting to feel better about the Oline, atleast with the interior, the guards & center.
Still a gaping hole at LT. But yeah, hopefully the line will be better.
We’ll just run every play to right. They’ll never figure it out.
Opponents are still surprised when we run Miller up the middle.
Miller up the middle and Watson trying to improvise while saving his career. He's going to have to be Houdini.
Gotta get lucky in the draft.
It only seems that way
BTW, Not a fan of Kelemente. He's very avg, which I suppose is an upgrade over last yr.
^Wish I could like this twice.
besides norwell what OL man in this years free agency isn't average or below? should we not sign anyone because their just "average"
all these guys have the potential to be above average with playing more of a consistent position and getting more playing time.
All are also better than any guy we had starting for us last year.
Sitton, Richburg,Hubbard,Pugh and of course IMHO Solder.
I do like Fulton, but thought that the guys I listed above are better.
Mercy loves Solder too. He was the guy that Mercilus beat around the edge to get that strip sack on Brady that led to Clowney's int and TD last year. The Giants will rue the day they gave that guy all that money.
We shall see, i kinda like a guy who regularly protects Brady's blindside in SB's.
yep, give me that guy. Watch the Giants next season. If they get a RB, Beckham comes back healthy and they add a couple of OL in the draft, the NYG's could have a very formidable offense next yr.
You’re talking like getting beat by Mercilus is a bad thing... we all have a very high opinion of Merci on this forum.
Solder acquitted himself well against the Eagles and their fierce pass rush in the Super Bowl this year.
Well for Solder it is. He's gonna be asked to protect Eli Manning whom unlike his brother is notorious for holding the ball too long. He didn't deal with that too much with Brady. & if Brady did hold it longer than normal, he worked the pocket masterfully to help his o-line out. Never underestimate those subtle slides in the pocket here and there.
Shishkabob where have been hiding these days?
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