Reggie Bush and Domanick Davis

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  1. TexanSam

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    Look at the Denver Broncos running backs from last year

    Mike Anderson 239 att. 1014 yards
    Tatum Bell 173 att. 921 yards

    Combined they almost rushed for 2000 yards (1,935 to be exact). I can picture a scenario where Domanick Davis is like Mike Anderson (I think Davis is better though) and Reggie Bush as Tatum Bell (although, Bush is much more talented). Tatum Bell only had 18 catches though and that's where I think Bush will make a bigger difference. Having Bush in our offense will improve it tremendously and I think we can have an even better backfield than the Broncos had.
     
  2. Koolbrz

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    Nicely said TexSam...:ok:
     
  3. Darporini

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    Simply put, with or without Bush, the Texans will finsih in the Top 10 in Rushing in 2006. I believe Kubiak will get the most out of the RBs with that Bronco rushing scheme. If the Texans do draft Bush, it is entirely possible the Texans will have two 1,000+ yard rushers in '06.
     
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    4.69 yards per att.

    Let's see.
    Domanick Davis 230 atts for 976 yards.
    Jonathan Wells 90 atts for 325 yards

    4.06 yards per carry.

    That's 1301 yards..... 634 yards shy of the Tatum/Anderson duo....

    I think it's do-able, once that front 5 learns to do it the way they do it in Denver.
     
  5. Wordem

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    Reggie Bush will never play a down for the Texans. Get over it.
     

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