Lundy and Morency should be perfect examples of why Sage isn't the answer.

Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by gtexan02, Sep 17, 2006.

  1. gtexan02

    gtexan02 Working?

    Mar 24, 2005
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    Preseason doesn't mean anything. Obviously if you look awful in preseason, it should be a warning. But good preseason play against vanilla Ds doesn't really mean a thing.

    Lundy and Morency are the perfect examples:
    Both had Excellent with a capital E preseasons, and both haven't transitioned that into regular season.

    Our D had an excellent preseason, again, no translation.

    Our pass rush was awsome in the preason.

    So why should Sage's good presason (against #2 and 3 defenses, nonetheless) mean he will translate into our savior at QB?

    I know Carr's numbers were padded because of the prevent D, but the fact remains that he is playing much better than a lot of people are giving him credit for, considering we never seem to get good field position (can't make a stop on D and our KR situation only recently seems to have been resolved) and the OL that never ceases to redefine the word swiss cheese.

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