Depth Chart all out of whack

Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by Sco-tai, Sep 4, 2006.

  1. Sco-tai

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    So here's to you Mr. Texans-depth-chart-update-person.

    For putting Charles Spencer on twice while allowing numerous Texans that have already been cut, to still have a job in your incorrect reality.

    (cue backup singers)

    I mean...SERIOUSLY...it takes a few minutes to update the page and post with correct information. CERTAINLY there is someone that can take the time to keep the fans informed of what the depth chart situation looks like.

    There were several posts about how OFF the nfl.com site was about the Texans depth chart a few weeks ago (they still have us with a 3 - 4 defense). But I'd say we don't have ANY room to complain if we can't even keep our own information correct.

    Come on people...let's step up the effort and not chron.com-us.

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    That's a fair criticism, as the Texans official website carrys a DC which has
    a chronic problem of being out of sync. Fans like to look at this and know
    its reliable and current.
    This kinda thing is not good for the rep of McNair's usually competant and
    efficient organization as its more like something one might expect out of
    a Bud Adams regime.
     
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    I wouldn't get too excited about the TE order on the depth chart. They run so many different sets that these parts are almost interchangeable and they all will play significant roles. Bruener is the best blocking TE on the roster for now.
     

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