Jerome Mathis

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  1. Bubbajwp

    Bubbajwp All Flopper

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    I dont think we need a #2 WR any more.
    Now we need a #1 WR.
     
  2. BigBalla1983

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    what do you mean now we need a number 1 reciever? Andre Johnson??????
     
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    I mean we need to get him on the field.
     
  4. run-david-run

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    All i know is that not to many people are complaning about reggie swinton being released anymore! Mathis has shown he can stretch the field, needs to work on his hands, but once AJ gets healthy, i feel better about our O.
     
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    a tight end, lineman or two, and a new offensive coordinator and we might have us a good offense.
     
  6. RTP2110

    RTP2110 Thank You Andre

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    Mathis = Texans MVP.
     
  7. rmartin65

    rmartin65 I'm Score

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    Mathis is sick. He is the best pick of the draft so far.
     
  8. the wonger need food

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    Mathis = a reason to watch the Texans play
     


  9. PapaL

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    With the way Gaff and Mathis have been playing, think AJ will be back next week? If we could throw Bradford under a bus, we would be good to go.
     
  10. rmartin65

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    Yea, Mathis, Gaff and AJ would scare the heck out of most Defensive Coordinators(sp?).
     
  11. GP

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    Bradford just played his way out of the starting rotation today.

    If he didn't, then this coaching staff is a bunch of flamers for certain players.
     
  12. rockabilly

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    Mathis is no doubt delivering on all the off season hype we gave him. He is no doubt earning his check. Without Mathis, we wouldnt of won this game. Not only for that great TD catch, but for our field position getting us into field goal range.

    Mathis's jersey is the only one I would buy right now. He is our Dante Hall.
     
  13. NoBullTexan

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    Bradford made the team after underachieving for two years before that! Just where do you suppose the coaching staff should pickup on the fact that he is a loser? Oy yeah, since they are too.......!:rolleyes:
     
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    Im trying to find a Mathis jersey right now...
     
  15. TheRealJoker

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    Mathis attempted to foil the Texan's plans to lose last week.

    This week, he succeeded!!! He caught the td and the coaches made sure not to have him catch another pass all game. I bet they were searching high and low to find someone to replace him on kick returns when he kept reeling off the long gains!!!
     
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    Casserly must be frustrated, he accidently drafted a good player...
     
  17. TheRealJoker

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    Casserly has no need to worry. All he has to do is trade Mathis for a 6th rounder next year and everything will be all better ;)
     
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    I listened to most of the game after getting almost to Centerville. Sucks when you can't watch, but I'm excited about the win. And the emotions were no differemt in the car as I was driving. There were a couple of times where they had excellent field position, but could not get the touchdown. Man, they need to learn how to finish.

    Mathis was awesome again this week, despite being a little shaky after that first TD. Can't wait for AJ to get back. I hope he plays next week. I agree that AJ, Gaffney, & Mathis would be trouble - Bradford, has butterfingers right now and needs to get that checked out.

    Ugly win, but I'll take it.
     
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    ...so true, a Caper's coached team seldom builds on unplanned successes but always reverts back to the 'coaching not to lose' mode--Browns weren't scoring TDs, neither were the Texans. This win is vintage Capers and Romeo coached right into the scenario--one announcer even made a comment that Romeo said he was 'coaching not to lose' too much, needed to get away from that philosophy. Most coaches have figured out Caper's game plan and I thought Romeo would too--instead, he played into Caper's 'backyard.'...today was Caper's turn in the candy store!:texflag:
     
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    I gotta be the umptenth person to tell you rockabilly that you nailed it with your comments about Mathis - he's our MVP in this game ! I hope Capers gave
    him a game ball because he deserves it. And we are just starting to tap this
    guys potential. How could he have fallen all the way to the 4th round ?
     

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