Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by nut, Jul 19, 2010.
Does he really have enough left in the tank that would make it worth putting up with his crap?
"I wish I had more hands so I could give it 4 thumbs down"
That has about as much of a chance of happening as I have as becoming a Texan.
610 is still on the air?
Well, if 610 reported it, he's as good as signed.
It's not whether he has anything left in the tank, because he has something, it's about his attitude and if there even is a place for him on this roster, and that answer is no. We don't have any need for a WR and especially one that comes with all of that baggage.
I look forward to buying your jersey
He has a shot somewhere between Hell and No.
Adding TO to a locker room of kids is not a sound idea.
I dont see this happening. For one, the Texans are stacked at receiver. Add in his character issues and rapidly declining skills, it wont happen.
Anyone else notice how 610's turned into a total garbage station with Wexler and Jackson gone? That station's lost a lot of IQ points as exhibited by the TO discussion.
Next time you listen in to 610, time the commercial advertisement to sports content ratio. If you enjoy advertisments, you will be glued to your radio.
Why don't y'all want me here?
Pretty much why I don't listen to hardly any radio any more.
I got Sirius radio for Christmas and I have to say that the NFL station is pretty fantastic. Every host is an ex-player/ex-front office guy for the most part and are very knowledgeable and answer a lot of things most football fans wonder. Its obvious they filter the calls to only nitty gritty football stuff (for example less Roethlesberger/Vick legal rambling and more x's and o's/depth chart talk).
I felt guilty when I got it because I knew I'd listen to much less (if any at all) local radio and miss Texans/Rockets/Astros stuff but I have to say now its well worth it. Besides even when they discuss the Texans/Rockets/Astros on local radio here its usually uninformed drivel anyways so I don't think I'm missing much.
Please no. For the love of God, please no.
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