The Texans constantly running right at (or within a yard or two of) the one man on New England's DL we simply have no chance of being able to move. Wilfork is the guy you run away from. You make him chase the play, you don't run close enough for him to trip you with one of those big hands. Damn I wish we had drafted him when we had the chance. On that note Foster this year looks more and more like just another guy playing in a system that he fits in but who isn't actually all that special. He looks like any one of those guys who followed Terrell Davis in Denver when in previous years he ran more like Davis himself. This is a concern because if this offense isn't clicking then Arian isn't clicking and tonight Arian wasn't clicking. Brandon Harris wrapping his arms around Wes Welker, holding him for the duration of the play like that, and then acting like what he did wasn't necessarily a penalty. Jesus that guy sucks. I mean, he sucks in ways that Kareem Jackson didn't even get close to in 2010. Brandon Harris is clear evidence that the Texans will still keep a stiff around for a few years if they blew a high enough draft pick on the guy. I hope we never see this guy playing again. He makes me want to see Alan Ball get back ASAP and back when this season started I would have bet the farm that was something I'd never say. We need secondary help badly. I hope Routt can be salvaged and as I said Alan Ball has been much better than I expected. What baffles me is how our drafted CB's are all such ****. How can one franchise draft so many lousy corners? Matt Schaub throwing that pick in the end zone. He stared down his receiver, he completely ignored every other option on the field including Arian Foster who was so open he might have run to the end zone without being touched. When the lights are brightest and the entire world is paying attention Matt is literally worthless. He threw for 527 yards in a game this year and set an NFL record. Yeah, well if memory serves David Carr tied a record for most consecutive completions in 2006 playing in this system. Getting excited about Schaub's statistics is like drafting David Klingler because he threw 962 touchdowns in three weeks while playing at UH in the Run-and-Shoot. Texans need a QB and Gary Kubiak is never going to admit it or do anything about it. Bank on that.