Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by h2so4, Jul 19, 2005.
where's Dominik Davis and Marcus Coleman?
did you mean to put McKinney there??? I'm sure that was just a type-o
I forgot to write Domanick Davis and Coleman is a bit too old.
you dont have to be young to be good. and is this in the history of the franchise or what?
jamie sharper is no longer with us. im not sold on some of the other guys as well, but they are solid (except stevie boy). mckinney must be a typo.
Here are the best players I feel in order.
D-Rob - First because he is a playmaker and has shown awesome talent.
Andre Johnson - Hello, he is a baddie, hard to bring down. Only dropped to second because he has dropped a few easy passes.
Jason Babin - You dont hear about him much, because he takes care of business.
PB - He has skills, but let see what he can do for a team he likes being on.
Glenn Earl - He has come in and made a impact on the team. Reliable.
David Carr - Strong, Good reads, and can take a bit of punishment when his line falls down on the job. My only problem with him are his passes. He is good under 5 yards, but over 5 yards, seems to throw the ball behind or outside of the box. If he could get his ball with better placement for the recievers, he would be one of the top 10 QB's in the league.
Marcus Coleman - Even though he plays FS now, he still can run with the big dogs. I like him being on the field with the two CB's we have now, I think it will improve his chances for big plays.
Jonathon Wells - This is a back who took alot of crap with a oline who didnt help him. Just within the last two years, has gone from someone who really was not a force in our backfield, to someone who is a great special teams player and the thought of Wells and Dom Davis as a duo in the backfield has me excited to see what they can come up with. I think Wells will have a HUGE year this year.
Peek - Great pickup. He has fallen on my chart because he can do sooo awesome on one play, and drop the ball on the next. Where he goes, we will have to watch.
Dom Davis - Your probably wondering how he fell so low. I am a big Dom Davis fan. He wasnt given any credit, picked at the 3rd round for ST, and now he is a starter RB. My problem with Dom is only health. When he is in the game, he can break, juke, and blow by most on the line with no troubles. With Mor-Man joining the team, he will have more time to heal if need be, and rest on longer series.
People who I feel need to move on (in order).
Seth Mc - He hasnt lost a step. He has lost an entire yard. Slowing, Fire just not there anymore, injuries taking thier toll, and he is getting beat much more.
Payne - Before was a name of fear. Lately, was something he felt when he played. Recently, has been a name for what I feel when I watch him. Lets let this man move on before he becomes a name to get rid of.
Robre Smith - Ummmm.. what in the heck were we thinking when we signed this contract. I have yet to see us get our moneys worth.
Seth Wand - This guy has so much promise. Problem is, he knows he has this promise, but he just cant get there to use it. Reads are cold, He gets beat when he shouldnt. Maybe he needs time, but he isnt where he should be.
Bennie J - I feel sorry for this kid. He hasnt even had to a chance to show or fail to show. Sad things are, he has to know that if he is injured in ANY way shape or form this year, even if it is a stubbed toe, is career is done for probably every team in the market. GL this year Bennie. I hope this year is your year to shine.
um, torn ACL anyone? out for the year.
I'm gonna hold my toungue on that list. oye
Glenn Earl is one of our best players? I know everyone has high hopes for him, but wow.
sometimes I wonder if im watching the same team yall are
when you come in and make that list to show to us that pay attention to the latest news and injury reports, and you obviously don't, your completely gassed down for someone to light a match and get burned.
every list on this post is ridiculous.
ranked in accomplishment, and serious potential
andre - how we are gunna win the superbowl
dunta - shut down corner in junior year, probly top 3 in the league
dd - with a better o line and a better fitness coach i think he would be the ultimate threat
carr - no accomplishments, kinda worried, but has serious potential
buchanon - i dont know man, i saw him intercept a pass last year and thought he was the man, then we traded for him!
coleman *cannot decide who comes first, philip or marcus - marcus is just a ball hawk ranging monster
Peek - sheer potential, wouldnt want to piss him off
Babin - Peek is the stud, Babin will just help him lay it on thick on the opposite side
Kailee Wong - most underrated player on the team
Demarcus Faggins - gunna be the best nickel in the league, no doubts about it
Morlon Greenwood - had to put him here to back the front office in dropping all the loot they did for this average LB
Derick Armstrong - START HIM AHHHHHHH
this list is then followed by our ST studs then come our **** back up WR core then dline then oline
Actually was picked up in the 4th round.
Oppss... Didnt know this. Sigh.. Not good.
Nods.. your right.. My error.
He wasnt a high pick but he is starting and doing a decent job. I think that there is a huge potential there for this kid.
And I care what you think, why?
Just because I travel 80% and sadly, I miss a bunch of info on the team because I am quite busy all the time.
Maybe you might think your comments through before you jump to the assumption that some of us have plenty of time to checkout our teams we love all the time.
I gave the way I see it.. if you all dont see it that way...NMP!
Wong <-- This year he gets recognized.
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