Adams Wants Young to Start Against Texans

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  1. TEXANS84

    TEXANS84 Moderator Staff Member

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    Thats alright. Somebody will be waiting for him...

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    "So, should I make it out to VINCE, V.YOUNG, or VY??....."
     
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    *insert young* :heh:

    seriously.. should be a good fired up game. It will be interesting on the different style our team will play on both sides of the ball ..also how Chow would run the offense without McNair.
     
  4. Scooter

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    i'm almost as big of a vince homer as anyone, but to start him at any point this coming season is IMO a huge mistake. there are just too many risks to take when you dont have to, and spite is deffinately not a good enough reason to take that risk.

    i hate bud just like every good houstonian, but being a vince fan, i wouldnt want to risk his developement. tennessee needs time to write a "vince" playbook and acclimate him to the NFL. he's got the skill for it, but i think there are very few that will argue that he's got the head for it at this point. besides, i want vince fully NFL ready when mario knocks his block off.

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  5. Tx'nFanLostInSkinCountry

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    If VY is going to start that game I wll get the NFL package from my cable provider just to see Mario eat he alive.Figure it will be Marios 8TH game he will will be ready to realy prove himself to the home fans that VY is not all that.
     
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    I heard ol' Bud wants to have a game played in Royal Memorial in Austin. That's pretty cool.
     
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    Bud needs to do what's better for the team, not himself :rolleyes:
     
  8. edo783

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    Was there ever any doubt that Dud would want to do this? He over rode his coaches and made them pick VY just so he could do this. Not a particularly smart thing to do IMO.
     


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    Sure let Young start against us, especially after the tacks lost Brad Hopkins...:drool:
     
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    Carr played as a rookie. Let's hope for the Texans sake that if Vince does start it won't be one of his better, pull all rabbits out of the hat days.
     
  11. Hutch13

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    yes carr played as a rookie but they didnt have a solid backup QB they has the potential to start on a few teams
     
  12. Hervoyel

    Hervoyel The Right Track

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    Yes and it was a terrible mistake IMO for the Texans to do that. Tony Banks should have been fed to the wolves our first season. All Carr learned to do in 2002 was run for his life, eat dirt, and count clouds.

    I'm not a Vince fan and I personally hope he busts but not because I'm some kind of UT "hater" or something. I want the Texans to start winning this division and so anybody that Indy, Jax, or Possum Holler drafts I want to see bust. I want to see Mario hit Young so hard that Vince stumbles over to the Texans huddle before the next play. I don't want him to know what state he's in much less which team he plays for.

    Having said that I wouldn't wish a "Carr/2002" type of season on anyone. Sure Vince is probably more mobile and prepared to move than Carr was but he's not going to be any more accustomed to the speed of the pro game than DC was when he got here. Tennessee has a better line than we did but it's not the kind of line we all remember the Oilers having. This is an average line at best.
     
  13. Hookem Horns

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    Bud's impatient because at his age, every season could be his last.
     
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    Geezzz, Hookem, there ya go raising everyones hopes.
     
  15. ledzeppelin229

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    Just think of it as a reason to get up and read the paper everyday.
     
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    Now, I'll just plan to bring up my new franchise slowly like this...............over my head...........................


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    ..............And drop it on my big toe...................just like I used to in Houston.
     
  17. MikeMc

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    Well, look how well all that running around in fear and such helped him survive the past 3 seasons! One knock on him was that he was a Cali wussy.......I think he has proven he is a tough SOB!
     
  18. El Tejano

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    This post on this thread helped me get what you are saying.
     
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    No wussys in California brother:cool: .................But your right he is a tough one.:redtowel:
     
  20. MikeMc

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    Well, people in TX think CALI guys are nothing but long haired hippies....I know better, I am a Texan that has been throughout Cali.....but Carr has not lived down the hollywood/long-haired pretty boy stigma.
     

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