Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by CloakNNNdagger, Apr 14, 2019.
Perhaps Doc is right again
Not to cut off anyone's reply to JB's question, but I'm hoping someone can help me understand what Martin's specific deficiencies are. Is he lacking in leg, arm, or core strength? Recognition and reaction time? Balance or use of leverage? Footwork or lateral movement? Football IQ? Help me out with this analysis, please. Thank you.
Regular season or post season?
Perhaps being surrounded by sucky supporting staff?
Cohesion has to be a big factor.
This line has no consistency with personnel at their respective positions on that line.
Whether you start or play you still use the appendage.
So they should add 2-3 new pieces?
snap count matters? Just curious as to your rationale
To replace the injury prone yes.
I already know, do you
When have the Texans ever been concerned with that?
I was wondering what you're starting in on me about.
For example, we aren't allowed to talk about current players?
I know he played in all 16 games.
Wasn't starting in on you at al. Actually agree with you other than the PFF piece from 2016 having relevance in 2019
Yes, the general consensus seems to be that the coaching, surrounding players, and cohesiveness are less than optimal. What I'm looking for, though, are thoughts on Martin's particular shortcomings.
For me it suggests that he was very good at Center - being ranked 8th and all.
All of what you stated
I agree BUT he hasn't stayed healthy enough to start... perhaps why he was an UDFA?
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