Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by ObsiWan, Dec 15, 2011.
Why Texans are AFC title contenders
Click on edit, then "go advance" then change the title of your thread to read "AFC"
Some of those numbers are just sick.
Wade.... f'kn guru
You should also get rid if the extra http in your link.
Thanks for access to the article, though. Good info.
I think it would be great for our defense to roll out in an armored personnel carrier at the start of all home games!
APC! APC! APC!
APC Chumps! APC Chumps!
i agree with everything except the whole "tj has made zero bad decision in 82 attempts" thing. Surely, they cant mean that. He's more than made up for it through game winning drives, but he definitely needs to fix a lot of things - which of course is all about the process.
done & done.
Well, Joyner obviously has not seen 76's 1,872 screen shots of why Kareem Jackson is the better CB2 here.
Now cut that out!
That floater in Cincy wasn't a good idea. And TJ was bailed out by Dunta on a real bad decision. Still, Schaub is usually good for one bad decision a game, himself. Even Brady makes bad decisions on occasion. TJ is doing just fine.
Just keep winning baby just keep winning and don't worry about the doubters!!!!
If rookie Sanchez could almost pull it off why not Yates? Going to be a fun ride regardless.
I absolutely hate the football sabermetrics that Joyner applies to his work. I know this is a positive spin on the Texans, but I don't buy the reasoning for the article. I think the Texans are AFC champ material, but not because of how well we perform in the GBYpC metric. It has much more to do with just how good our running game is and how hard our D gets after it.
Ok, so that's kind of saying the same thing
American Panty Conference?
I'd tangle with that bull...
You don't need to come up with a new metric to prove your point. Remember when Joyner was saying Fred Bennett was one of the best up and coming new CBs in the league?
Brady threw 4 picks in one game this year in against Bills.
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