Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by football freak, Aug 20, 2006.
Of all non-starting QB's, who would you like to see running the Texans offense?
Vince Young. He clearly has "it" ... so much so that the Broncos fell prostrate before his power and still handed it to the Titans 35-10. Speaking of ... where are all the people who insisted that VY's mere presence would transform the Titans into serial winners?
If you want a serious answer ... I don't ... yet.
Shane Falco....I hear that guys is awesome.
Matt Schaub, the guy is a starting QB, to bad he is stuck behind the human hype Mike Vick, I feel sorry for him. I would love to see him get a shot somewhere.
Joey Harrington. The guy had more potential in college and should have been taken before Carr originally.
Wow ... I think I'll exercise my ignore setting now.
Yeah, Joey Harrington is a Hall of Famer in the rough. We need him.
...in the realm of 'what have you done for me lately,' Young completed his last 8 passes and ran for his first NFL touch down---signs of things to come?
After an ugly start, he turned out to have a pretty respectable game. My post was more sarcasm than anything; I just remember reading a lot of rather hyperbolic posts talking about how Vince pissed victory and inspired everybody. Just pointing out the obvious contradiction and need for perspective -- then and now.
actually the Titans did draft the two players I would have liked to have seen in Texans uniforms this year. White was in the game when it mattered most and we could have had both players with our first two picks. No knock on the two we did get though, we did need defensive help.
Isn't this whole thread about sarcasm? If not I need to change my answer.
If a "non starter" was a "non starter" for another team, why, oh why, would I want him starting for my team?
would Carr start for another team?
I get it. You are being sarcastic again.
Good choice, I think the Falcons are tempted to start him as it is. Vick is very talented, but thus far has not been able to utilize it.
not sarcastic, just think he is damaged goods now and there are plenty of backups who have become starters and done extremely well.
I would agree that Matt Schaub should be a starting qb, i also like jay cutler
Young completing his last eight passes isn't what you make it seem, he was bailed out by ticky tack penalties. The Colts rule 5 yard penalties on DBs.
Otherwise he would of had 2 incomplete passes and a INT. The foul on that play was well away from the ball.
Young played horrible, but oh well he's a rookie so I'm not going to hold it against him, but I'm also not going to act like he pulled it altogether and finished strong. The scramble to the endzone and fumble was a bad play, luckily the ball bounced back to him. Live and Learn
jokes aside, i wouldn't mind seeing our backup get the starting job.
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