Kasey Studdard

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  1. Texans34Life

    Texans34Life I BLEED TEXANS!

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    .....getting manhandled. Need to eat his Wheaties.
     
  2. edo783

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    I disagree with that assessment. Sometimes he did, but overall, not too bad of a job. For his first full outing I would give him a grade of "C".
     
  3. BSofA04

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    I will agree. Better run blocking today than any other game. Studdard had his moments.
     
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    I listened to the game on the radio so I didn't get to see how he played.

    It sounded like he had a solid day run blocking. How was he in pass support?
     
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    I especially like the play on 3rd and 1 on the goalline that he was beat off the ball by the defense and then just laid down and got stepped on by the guy that made the tackle..

    Great job dude, keep up the good work..
     
  6. Texans34Life

    Texans34Life I BLEED TEXANS!

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    I've seen him a few times get pushed back into Schaub. I hope he can stand his ground next time against Oakland's D-Line.
     
  7. DexmanC

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    Hate to say it, but....

    The Raiders are HELLA talented.
    The Texans WILL allow them to make plays to boost CONFIDENCE.
    Their defensive line now contains RICHARD FREAKIN SEYMOUR.
    Their defensive backfield contains Nnamdi Asomugha.
    Oh, yeah. Don't forget that Michael Huff is now having a career
    year.

    I haven't mentioned the 3 legit runningbacks they have AND their
    big armed QB.

    I see this team losing, if they keep coming out flat.
     
  8. TexansFanatic

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    Staring down the barrel of a ONE and THREE start. Lovely.
     


  9. Norg

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    we at least we seen MATTY MORE MOBILE THIS week maybe that ankle is feeling a little better
     
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    I can't speak for all the players you listed but I thought Russell was considered the worst of the worst NFL quarterbacking wise...

    ?
     
  11. SteveSlaton20

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    Jamarcus Russell is pretty terrible.
     
  12. hot pickle

    hot pickle Canada Eh

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    but the texans have the reputation of making shitty QB's look good...
     
  13. DexmanC

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    Like Joey Harrington
    Like Mark Brunell
    Like Ryan Fitzpatrick
    Like Dan Orlovsky
    etc...
     
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    also


    40 year old Testaverde LOL
     

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