Jesse Nading

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  1. TimeKiller

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    Needs steroids. Any other Texans know a guy?
     
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  2. m5kwatts

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    He'll be more useful as a 5-technique now, which IMO is his natural position. I'm guessing we'll see tons more 3-4 which thank God means less Nading and his chickenshit pass rush moves on the edge.
     
  3. CretorFrigg

    CretorFrigg Fire Rick Smith

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    I never thought I would actually miss Barwin. It seems like he was a crucial part of our d-line during passing downs.
    :pissed:
     
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    Nadeing has been ok.
     
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    Yep, high motor and effective in a pass rush. Against the run, not so much.
     
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    thunderkyss Salem Poor

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    That's cold.

    Funny.


    But cold.
     
  7. Texanmike02

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    Of course we don't.

    Of course his scrony condition is nothing that tainted supplements and a lil over training can't help.


    Mike
     
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    The loss of Barwin cant be understated .... If you noticed how much the Texans defense was able to do with him on the field scheme wise and what they havent been able to do since he went down ..... its a huge difference.


    There arent many guy's with his kind of physical ability and the more football he played (plays) the better he's gonna get making use of all that GOD given talent.


    Here's to a quick and full recovery ...... :shots:
     
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  9. DexmanC

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    Nading may have Barwin's bodytype, but he has none of the talent that
    Connor does. This defense needs EVERYBODY to step up, and help
    the offense win games.
     
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    Nading is what he is, a special teamer. He lacks real physical skills to be a good player.
     
  11. gtexan02

    gtexan02 Working?

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    I know a guy whose got some tainted meat.

    (And no, its not VY)
     
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    No.
    ...but the Astros/Yankees do.
    :D
     
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    On Oakland's last TD posession, go back and check. Nading has a sack if not for a hold that wasn't called. I believe it's on one of Quin's CB blitzes.
     
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    Denied. Holding happens on every play if an official wants it to be. Like Jesse Nading is going to be turning around expecting attention from a ref. He's not big enough to be an effective DL or fast enough to be a LB. He's a minor leaguer.
     

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