BRING DAUNTE CULPEPPER to HOUSTON!!

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  1. rodog

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    Let him have a shot with Sage R.
     
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    Agreed!
     
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    Maybe we could bring both Moss and Culpepper to Houston. Maybe that'd turn things around.

    Culpepper is no good behind porous o-lines. Look at his struggles in Miami. Plus he fumbles more than Carr does
     
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    Yankee_In_TX Dance Lindsay!

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    Sanatana Moss? Sure :)

    Randy? Are you KIDDING?!?!
     
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    Rather have VICK!!!
     
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  8. rodog

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    hmm lets see
    Culpepper
    2004 stats 39 TD 4,717 passing yards
    2005 stats 6 TD 1,564 passing yards

    better then Carr's numbers
     


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    I was being sarcastic, mostly.

    Culpepper + Moss do work out well, but I really don't want either of them here at all next year.
     
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    I'd rather have an STD.
     
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    Best person would be Huard from KC. Sign him to 2-3 years and groom a QB of the future.
     
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    Im not sure why we'd bring in all of these guys instead of just giving Sage a shot...
     
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    Culpepper hasn't been healthy since the 1st quarter the 1st game in 2005. He has potential to one day be that 2004 stud QB, but I just don't know if it will happen.
     
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    Next idea, please...
     
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    I think that would probably be the dumbest move we could make, Culpepper was benched for JOEY FREAKIN HARRINGTON. Culpepper is a lifer at backup now, whether he likes it or not.

    I think I would rather have Jeff George. (kidding of course)
     
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    He was not benched because Harrington was superior, he was placed back into the lineup too soon and has had to have further surgery--he is now on IR.
     
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    Sage is not a starting quarterback. He has shown that when he was in Miami. An occassional good thing does not make him starter material
     
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    i dont want culpepper though. he would be an upgrade but he just has too many injuries and seems to be lost without Denny Green and Moss.

    Here is something to chew on. Would you trade Andre Johnson for Randy Moss and to swap 1st round picks with the Raiders. Andre aint gonna be around after his contract. You swap Andre for Moss, create a little excitement, and you move up about 6 slots. We could then have our pick between Joe Thomas and Calvin Johnson. Calvin and Moss on opposite ends....its at least intriguing but a big risk.
     

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