Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by CloakNNNdagger, Oct 30, 2010.
IndiStar writes that Foster essentially wearing a target.
This is gonna be a hell of a good game!! I can't wait!! I have a feeling Foster has enough p*ss and vinegar in his blood to laugh all the way to another 200+ yd game. If not, MS will have his first 500 yd game. Either way, I'm playing AJ and AF on my FF team!!
That's cool, AJ and Owen are wearing targets too.
Yep! I'm thinking that the Colts are going to stack the line early, so Matt is going to slice them up. Then when they back off, Adrian is going to dice them up.
oops... fingers flying while watching tv is my only excuse
In other news, Matt Schaub plans on getting after the Colts.
First play: Play action to Foster and hit one of our many targets for a Texans first down.
remember the first play of the Seattle game last year?
Yeah, and a third of my family's Seattle fans.
Must of been sweet! Did you have to point out that AJ is a BEAST!!!?
No shiyiat! Pick your poison biznitches!
I love that word!!!
No, I think they got it after that.
thats cool yall can forget all about #80 and let him burn u for Sevens
and TBO i think they will see some Ward and slaton has well SLaton usually has pretty good games aganist the colts
Colts are all talk until they prove they can stop the run-Foster!
Yep, you'll be running, but Foster will be running faster so I don't see how running will help.
I think we'll see a distinct improvement seeing that we'll fortunately be facing a 4-3 D....................a Colts 4-3....................a relatively weak 4-3.............THERE IS HOPE....................
COLTS HEAD D-LINE STRENGTH COACH
THROUGHOUT THE BYE BREAK, THE COLTS D STRENGTH COACH HAS PUT THE LINE THROUGHT THE MILL.
The Texans have run the ball well on the Colts, in the Kubiak era. Both of the Texans wins vs. Indy featured big games by the RBs. Slaton had a huge game in '08, in a losing cause. The problem has been getting down early and having to abandon the run.
Whether it's just the lack of size on the Colts defensive front, or something fundamental in their scheme, Indy has had problems with the Kubiak/Gibbs zone runs. I think it's a combination of both. The key to exploiting this weakness is not getting behind 3 scores in the 1st half. The Texans must come out aggressive on offense and put points up. And, the defense has to get some stops. Basically, a good start keeps the running game in play. And that keeps the ball out of #18's hands.
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