Texans' play of the day (video clip)

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  1. texan279

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    Wow! I hope he can do that often. The catch and getting in the endzone that is.
     
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    Joppru showed good moves today. My only hope is that he or Putzier can be as good of a blocker as Bruener. If that happens, our TE set will be a serious force to reckon with! :stirpot:
     
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    AWE-SOME!!! I am officially too dang excited to wait any longer. :bananasplit:
     
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    You know what? That's the first time I've ever seen Bennie Joppru on a field actually playing. We've never seen him in a game and I never saw him in college.
     
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    I noticed this as well. I remember all the talk about the injuries, but he seems to be (at least to the naked eye) in good condition. Let's hope that he can put that behind him and stay healthy! He looks to me like he could be a dangerous weapon.
     
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    How many posts until Carr haters say that the ball was overthrown? :)
     
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    It couldn't have been overthrown, it was thrown just perfect to qualify it as the "Texans Play of the Day".:)
     


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    Wait until either SWTBound, TwinSister or thunderkyss get online. :hides:
     
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    Ha. I thought the exact same thing.

    But the ball was over thrown. Or Jop was to slow to get to his spot. Take your pick.
     
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    Either way he took a nasty spill after the catch.
     
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    Yeah I kind of cringed and held my breath when he took that tumble to the ground...:crutch:
     
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    Haha, I remember watching him skid across the grass. I was hoping he hadn't broken anything. Can't wait to see him perform though.
     
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    I'm sure the entire team was holding their breath until he got up.
     
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    What bothers me is that I'll probably do that everytime he goes up for a ball or takes a hit during the entire season.
     
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    Maybe Joppru has gone Costanza on us is doing the exact opposite of what he used to do which means that he will start to deliver the pain and injure opposing players on the field.

    Mr. Glass could turn into the Punisher.
     
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    :rofl:

    "Hi, my name is George. I’m unemployed and I live with my parents. Would you like to go out with me?"
     
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    I love that show. I was thinking the same thing... hahaa.

    Shouldnt you be working, texan279?? Haha.
     
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    Hands as soft as a baby's backside!

    I also enjoyed Earl shaking his head in disbelief and the hi-five from the DE (Kalu?).

    From the one of the recent training camp reports, Kubiak seems to be high on Joppru so I think he will be somewhere on the roster.
     
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    I agree seeing the defense congratulate a great effort is very good to see. As Kubiak has said they finally becoming a team. Not different units.
     

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