O-Line looked different, anyone see a DL get upended in first quarter?

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  1. HomeBred_Texan

    HomeBred_Texan Hall of Fame

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    My opinion the line did a great job. I was at the game and noticed in first quarter an O-Lineman, 72 I think, upend a DL at our end of the field. Since I was at the game, did not get to see a replay or anything on this. Did anyone else catch it and get the numbers off of those trucks???????
     
  2. eriadoc

    eriadoc Texan-American

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    I missed it, but 72 is Weigert, who is one of our better linemen when he's on the field.
     
  3. Ibar_Harry

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    Yes, I would like to know our record when Wiegert was healthy and in the lineup. I believe he is the leader of the O-line.
     
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    Sorry guy i was their also and it wasnt even and O-Lineman, it was jonothan wells lol i was right their at that endzone and just happened to also catch a replay. wells is a big back who just pounds anyone in his way.
     
  5. CowboysTexansFan

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    It was Wells who threw the block. It blew me away when it happened, but I loved it! He knocked the defender flat on his a... It was visible on the stadium replay, but you had to look for it in the corner of the screen to see it, because the camera was focused on the runner.
     
  6. Marcus

    Marcus Ruthless pragmatist

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    Now, if only Domanick Davis could do something like that, we just might have ourselves a legitimate every-down running back.

    :fishing:
     
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    But when he's been on the field for the Texans, he's almost always been on the field as a guard. Now we are finding out that not just our best, but our 2 best tackles, Pitts and Weigert, have both been playing guard for the last 2-3years. What a waste of good tackle talent !
     
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    *that are allowed to play.
     

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