Dre's player journal

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  1. Dre_80

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    From nflplayers.com:

    http://nflplayers.com/players/player.aspx?ID=34491&section=journal
     
  2. run-david-run

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    Always good news when your best player is happy to be with you. A lot of people were afraid AJ was unhappy here.
     
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    AJ is by far the best thing the franchise has done in its short existance.
    Amazing athlete
    Great football player
    Even better personality
     
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    BETTER PERSONALITY, MAN ITS HARD TO GET A WORD OUT OF HIM.
     
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    I agree though he is the face of the franchise as of rightnow and I love the fact that he will be with the texasn for a long time.:yahoo:
     
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    Andre is an awsome guy. He could be an all around leader if he would speak up sometimes. I am not saying that he should call everyone out all the time but just when it is really needed. I realize he does not like alot of attention but if he were just take people to the side and not front them out infront of everyone.

    Anyway

    Good Job Andre I am really glad you are a Houston Texan and decided to try and get us to the promis land.


    Go Texans :yahoo:
     
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    I would rather him be like he is then have him another TO. IMO
     
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    Cjeremy635 Overtraining

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    I agree that he is a great player and one of the few playmakers we have on this team right now. The only mark on him is that I wish he could be more physical. The guy has all the God given talent in the world. I think he will evolve over these next few years with this new regime and be someone that the whole league talks about, not just local fans. Face it, he's not a household name throughout the USA at this time. If he can be a nasty, physical player, the sky is the limit for that dude and I wish him the best of luck.
     


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    Texan_Bill Subscribed Contributor

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    LOL... I agree.

    Not that its a bad thing, because he's a really good guy (from what I hear), but a social butterfly, he is not....
     
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    You can only be so physical when your QB is afraid to throw over the middle. AJ has propsered mostly because he can catch the 1 yard stop route and break tackles. Thats pretty physical to me. Imagine if he was catching those 10-20 yard out each time with a real QB
     
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    I understand what you mean, but I am refering to him going up, one on one with a DB, and ripping the ball away from him. I've seen him do it before, just not on a regular basis. I do however, understand that it's hard to do that when you don't get the deep ball thrown to you too much.
     
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    You're right. Too many times I've seen him drop the abll right out of his hands or let a DB take it.
     
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    TexansLucky13 53d Signal Batt

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    :woot:

    Andre 4 Life!!
     
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    We're blessed to have AJ.
     
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    Awesome. There is not a better receiver in the league in my opinion.
     
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    gotta agree with you on that one. i guess its better than a loudmouth like TO or a malcontent like Moss.

    I applaud the Texans locking this guy up for the foreseeable future
     
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    casserly/dom did alot of STUPID crap, but you gotta give it up for the AJ pick. the guy is one of my fav. NFL stars becuase of his attitude more than his skill. hes good; he knows it, we know it, but he doesn't run his mouth to get noticed. he just catches 100+ balls and goes to the pro-bowl. i've got no problem with him being the face of the texans for years to come.
     

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