Every year there is more and more talk about reducing the # of preseason games and adding to the regular season. Although, I undertand the economics of doing so, personally I think it would be a mistake. I think it would cheapen the product on the field for the first few games of the season. Just look at the Texans! Were they ready to start the season last year against the Steelers? Uh that would be a NO! Based on what we've seen so far this preseason, do the Texans have all their pieces in place and are operating like a fine-tuned machine? Uh that would be a NO! Do we expect them to by the Jets game? I'm sure some do, but I'm skeptical. I believe they will still be trying to find themselves defensively and will need EVERY snap this preseason to get even reasonably close to finding themselves. Actually, I believe the Texans could use another preseason game. It's obvious they also don't have every piece jelling in the offense, too. Especially in the line and at RB. I don't necessarily agree with this concept of playing the starters very little in preseason because of injury risk. Unless you are the Patriots or the Colts, teams need snap time playing together to jell and by holding the starters out most of preseason, they won't be jellin' by the first game. Your thoughts?