Andre Johnson? what the.........

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  1. Storm

    Storm Rookie

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    Heck is up with him? I have him on my fantasy team and now he's on my bench, is it the QB, the offense in general or him?
     
  2. edo783

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    All the above.
     
  3. covcath1

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    I'm a Bengal fan and I'm starting him this week. Houston will have to put up points to stay with the Bengals. Hopefully he'll have his yards and a touchdown with the Bengals shutting down the rest of of your team :yahoo: :yahoo: ..
     
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    Opposing defenses know that AJ is the only playmaker we have, therefore double teaming every down.
    Our OLine stinks up the joint, so Carr has to run for his life, no QB can produce with 2 seconds on the pocket!
    With Carr running from pass rushers, he doesn't have time to seek out his second recievers.
    Conservative play calling by our Offensive Coordinator. Was this Palmers doing or Capers?
    Offense on the field 3 and out, wearing out our defense.
    Guess the list could go on and on.

    bobby 119C :brickwall
     
  5. HardCoreTxn

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    your starting AJ against the Bengals secondary?? GL with that
     
  6. hou059

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    Man I treaded AJ for Domanick Davis. I knew he wouldn't have as much success as he did last year. DD is the cog in that offense, he will carries or the ball out the back field. Until Carr finds his confidence and the o-line gets their act together AJ will continue to suffer!
     

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