Jerome nominated 2nd Week in a row

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  1. William.carter

    William.carter Veteran

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    Jerome Mathis has been nominated for the second week in a row for the NFL Pepsi Rookie of the Week. Let's all click on the link, show him some love and show all those doubters out there that we support our team.
     
  2. rmartin65

    rmartin65 I'm Score

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    I voted for him at school, at my house, and on my laptop. Lets go Mathis!!
     
  3. swtbound07

    swtbound07 Jackass of Day!

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    he only has 2 percent of the vote. heath miller is winning big
     
  4. wrestler4life

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    He will not win on a team this bad.
     
  5. MorKnolle

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    I'm not sure why Heath Miller is winning when Barber put up far superior numbers. Orton also won last week with a less-than-impressive day.
     
  6. Vinny

    Vinny shiny happy fan Staff Member

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    More people saw Miller on MNF than did Barber on Sunday. Miller is a difference maker.
     
  7. Blake

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    Good point. I think if both games got equal viewers, then Barber would be up top. That guy had a great game.
     
  8. YoungTexanFan

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    ya...those tight ends...

    3 receptions, 2 td's, who needs that kind of production from an offense? [/scarcasim]


    LENORD POPE IN THE SECOND THIS YEAR!!!!!!!!
     


  9. keyfro

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    i like that idea 6'7'' TE :drool:
     
  10. Ibar_Harry

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    He's our rookie of the year. If he stays healthy the Texans will long remember this young man.
     
  11. Double Barrel

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    He's already in our record books for first kickoff return TD. :thumbup

    Shoot, it only took four seasons to get one!
     
  12. rittenhouserobz

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    I am sorry, but voting a guy rookie of the week takes more than one reception and solid kickoff returns. He needs to be a starter that impacts the game and is worthy of highlights. The return for a TD was great, but it came with a loss. One reception for a TD is not enough to attract voters. If he runs back a KO for a TD and has 7-9 receptions with a TD then that is different.
     
  13. Texas

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    When those Kick Returns make as much of a impact on a game as his did it does mean that much to a team. We cant seem to cross the 50 yard line but he made it happen on his own almost every time and damn close the other times. Im suprised he only has 2% votes but then again his name does have the word texans next to it and most people in the league despise us and would never vote for a rookie of the week on a losing team.
     
  14. Ibar_Harry

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    Yes, but we Texans know what he is worth and indeed he is making a big difference since getting back on the field. In fact I think our improvement correlates to when he returned to the field. Take a look I think you will find I'm right. We were getting no field position until he returned to the lineup and that's what its all about. Its hard to go the length of the field. Just too many things can go wrong. Short drives are always much more successful percentage wise.
     
  15. BigBull17

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    And his TD was huge. How much did we win by?
     
  16. the wonger need food

    the wonger need food Hall of Fame

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    Rookie of the Year??? He's the team MVP.
     
  17. rmartin65

    rmartin65 I'm Score

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    Could not agree more.
     
  18. MorKnolle

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    I like Mathis, but DROB is still probably our most valueable player. Its getting closer all the time though.
     
  20. YoungTexanFan

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    you'll like that idea even more when you see him handing the ball to the ref in the endzone.
     

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