Here to discuss our week one game. Should prove to be interesting. Starting the year we have Willis McGahee, who needs no introduction. Stiff arms like no other, exceptional elusiveness and incredible power allow him to dance the perimeter or pound out the middle of the line. We have first year starter (heck, he will be starting his first game against you guys) JP Losman, and the excellent tandem of Moulds and Evans running routes with rookie Roscoe Parrish filling the slot. Moulds and Evens need no introduction I am sure, but Roscoe and JP might. In minicamp many players and coaches were astonished my Parrish's explosive speed, clean smooth seperation, effortless redirects, soft hands and great field vision for YAC. JP has been in the film rooms and weight room since last season ended. He is a fixture there, being told by coaches and trainers that he needs to go home. Players were surprized at his command of the huddle, defensive reads and smart changeups, and calling out the coaches in minicamp for an error they made from the playbook. Defense is largely unchanged. While I do fear aging our average age on D is only 27, not too shabby. Considering we are coming off last season in second overall defense, I think we are set. It appears as if you picked up some nice depth at receiver, offensive line, defensive back, and linebacker. Defensive end Travis Johnson should be a great pickup for you guys... I suspect he will become one of the elite linemen in the league. Carr appeared to get over the curse of 1 game winners and won a few consecutively (3 pairs of games if I am not mistaken). Like I said last year, I think Carr is ready to explode, and look for him to do great things as well. Any other interesting moves this year? I think you guys will have some problems with our secondary. I suspect our defensive line might have some issue with your offensive line, but it is a terribly close matchup. The battle in the trenches really hinges on how Edwards fills in for Big Pat. I am not looking for any stellar numbers on either side of the ball for either team. JP needs to find a groove, and he will be a bit rough in this first game I suspect. The Texans corners are fantastic, and coupled with Moulds and Evans with a rookie QB should provide some excitement for you guys, as I do suspect JP will make some rookie mistakes, and Moulds and Evans might be able to pull off some stunning plays. I look for a close game, and I am excited our first is with the Texans. I came by here last year at the end of the season to offer my best wishes to you, and again I am going to extend the olive branch. I was just interested in your take of our chance first meeting next year.