It gets old hearing people knock on Davis calling him average at best and saying how 1000 yrds isn't nothing to be excited about. He is averaging 88.72 yards per game played which means he should be at 1242 yards, putting him in the top five AFC running backs and top ten throughout the entire NFL org.. That's impressive to me. Sure he has been out a few games each year, but this isn't always his choice. Everyone KNOWS the coaches don't always make the wisest decisions..:brickwall ...and then look at his receiving yards.. 337 to date which means if he played all 14 games he would have 429 yards.. So at the end of this season he will be: 1150 rushing 400 receiving and should have been, giving the opportunity: 1437 rushing 490 receiving This is above average... next year when we have a new coaching structure we will hopefully see Double D in the 1500+ rushing and 2200+total offensive yards. Go Davis, D-Rob, Carr, Dre, Mathis, and the entire 2006 Houston Texans Playoff Contenders..