David Anderson stand-up act

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  1. mexican_texan

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    I've heard worse comics.

    Maybe not.
     
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    Thanks! Never knew he was a funny guy!
     
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    I thought he was outstanding for his first performance.
     
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    To do stand up for 11 minutes is an accomplishment in and of itself. That can be an eternity for an amateur and sometimes for a pro.
     
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    yeah, he was hoping for 5, and carried it for 11. Remarkable!
     


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    Damn, that was pretty good!
     
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    Yeah! It takes some serious cajones to get up in front of people like that. Of course, you can't hat people like I do and do that.
     
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    At least he has the NFL and a Chinese laundromat to fall back on...
     
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    He did a great job.
     
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    Chinese Laundromat=classic!
     
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    I don't care who you are. Noone disses my Texans. Andre Davis just moved up on my depth chart. Go be a comedian....
     
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    I'm fairly sure it was tongue in cheek. Don't take it too seriously man.
     
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    If he's not careful it might not be on the Texans roster much longer.

    I think Jones and Walter could be neck and neck as the #2 if Jones continues to progress with the "loser" falling back to #3. Davis making the roster isn't guaranteed, so Anderson's going to have to push for that 4th because I think it'd going to be impossible to stash Dickerson away on the PS. That is if the staff is insistent on turning him into a WR. I still think there would be a far amount of teams out there looking to keep him at TE.

    Guess it all depends on how many WRs they decide to keep. Going to be an expensive 4th WR at best. I guess I'm hoping as well they decide to keep 6 WRs to tack on Holiday.
     
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    DA is our slot WR. He's got that spot locked up.
     
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    Disagree. They've added to the playbook every year and the offense keeps getting more complex. DA's grasp of the Zebra role in this offense is valuable beyond his statistics. If DA were taken out of the equation they'd have to go back and make up a lot of ground thats already been covered. I'll never forget Kubiak saying he'd teach DA something in the morning and he's running it perfectly by the afternoon. Thats time saved that can be spent on other players, and in the NFL time is of the essence. DA will be running routes out of the slot position for the Texans for many many years, bank on it.
     
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    As long as DA finds a way to get open on 3rd downs, he's got a spot on this team.

    DA was a major reason Schaub was able to continue playing at a high level after OD went down.
     
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    Andre Davis is the one who needs to watch his back. DA isn't going anywhere.
     

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