Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by Wordem, Jan 8, 2006.
As well he should.
Shouldn't they have someone throw him out of Houston? Where does he get off keeping a home in Houston? That really irritates me.
Don't the teenagers know to choose his house to wrap?
Wanna be irritated. Wait until his 2006 draft pick comes to his hometown and kicks the crud out of the Texans once a year. That will be irritating.
What is he laughing about?
Taking Vince Young after the Texans pass on him - would be my guess.
That's alright - when he loses Fisher to the Rams, he'll cry once again.
He shouldn't be laughing too much as the owner of a team that went 4-12. Better than us, but not by much.
TWICE a year, but his draft pick will probably be studying a notepad on the sidelines.
He only comes to H-town once a year for the game, the other game is in Tennessee
If we pass on Bush they'll take him. It's really win-win for the Titans.
Unless NO trades the pick. (my preference) Or takes one of the two.
Then the Titans get neither Bush or VY.
Personally, that is what I am hoping for.
Good point, I'll start hoping for that scenario too
whichever happens we will still regret passing the person if they succeed.
Then Norm Chow gets to coach Matt Leinart again. That doesn't come with personal angst to many Houstonians, but Leinart can very well turn out to be a very good NFL QB and kick our butts twice a year as well. It's really a no-lose situation for the Titans.
It's really no-lose for the Texans. They get the player of a generation, possibly a lifetime. He's a freak. He is the Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods of football. Go back and watch his highlight reels. He will do the same thing in the NFL and the team that gets him will be the luckiest team in the league. Trust me on this.
Then again, the Titans could pick one of the other top prospects, and by-pass Young or Leinart. There is no sure thing. I wouldn't be surprised if they choose Mario Williams, D'brick, or A.J. Hawk, either.
There is no gaurantee that Young will go in the top 5, regardless of how much potential he seems to bring.
He would go no later than three to the Oilers. That won't happen because the Texans are taking him first. They have to. He's the best player in the draft.
Like I've said many times before: if an NFL coach can't design a successful offense around the sickest talent to ever come out of college, then he is not truly a professional coaching talent. And to all of you naysayers who talk about VY playing out of the shotgun (besides the fact he played over center quite a bit), don't forget Buffalo's four trips to the Super Bowl with a shotgun offense, and VY is even more phenomenal than Jim Kelley.
And if he does go to the Oilers, I may start breaking out my old Luv-Ya-Blue gear; despite that jackass Bud Adams. This is pro-sports, these franchises deserve no loyalties from me. My loyalties are with my colleges and high school. My loyalties to pro franchises went out the window when my beloved team flew to Jacksonville, back to Houston, to Memphis and then to Nashville. I love Houston and I love the Texans for now, but I'm not going to stay loyal to a team owned my a South Carolinian, if he can't realize that one of the most exciting (and maybe one of the most dominant) football players to ever play should be playing in his home town. The stars aligned. What better of a scenario could a Texans fan hope for. Maybe New Orleans will be dumb enough to trade their pick for Carr and a few others and we can draft VY and RB.
not saying isn't a phenomenal athlete, but i would say "the best athlete ever" to come out of college is going a little far.
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