Demeco vs. rookies past...

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  1. TEXANS84

    TEXANS84 Moderator Staff Member

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    Figured you guys would like this. He's on the list with some of the game's elite players:


    http://www.houstontexans.com/gameday/game_16.php?section=Gameday
     
  2. HJam72

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    I'm not so sure that Ryans has lived up to that 2nd round pick. :joker:
     
  3. baba ganoush

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    i hope your being sarcastic, hes the best linebacker the texans have ever had, and hes only a rookie
     
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    Guess I should've used the :sarcasm: smilie instead.
     
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    Man I wish we had DJ instead of TJ to go with Demeco. I think Ryans may be the best PLAYER on the team, regardless of position.
     
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    Are we going to be counting down all 9 of 'em on Sunday?
     
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    Maybe this post is sarcastic as well because it couldn't be serious. Of course, he's the best LB! :gun:
     
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    Demeco reminds me of Baltimore Colts LB-Mike Curtis. Mike was nick-named "the Animal" because of how tough and agressive he was. Mike was all over the field, involved on the majority of the plays.

    Remember one game I was watching on TV. The ball was sitting on field, while the teams were huddling. a fan ran out and grabbed the ball. Mike ran to the fan and busted his arse! That was great!

    Bobby 119C :yes:
     
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    Ryans and Sharper play the same position, although Sharper is retired (I think).
     
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    I'm not sure, but I believe all indications were that Sharper wanted to leave. He didn't seem very happy with our coaching staff (and maybe Carr).
     
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    Glenn was a loss, Sharper wasn't, he's not even playing anymore. Glenn was a big loss both from a leadership and a quality of play issue. Might not have been still a starting CB, but one heck of a nickle. I suspect that wasn't a role he was willing to play in Houston. Not sure why, that's what he went and did in *******. Might have to do with us being an expansion team and a bad one at that to play nickle on Vs. a team that is well thought of from a historical standpoint and a possible playoff contender.
     

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