Texans player of the game

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  1. TEXANJAK

    TEXANJAK Texans #1

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    Who do you think is the player of the game today? Mario or Arian or maybe someone else. My vote is for Arian.
     
  2. CretorFrigg

    CretorFrigg Fire Rick Smith

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    Arian fumbled. That alone would strip him of that title. He's a great runningback, and I really like his running style. But he's got to keep the ball safe and secure.

    My vote goes to Mario.
     
  3. MojoX

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    Mario, since Arian at least has two good offensive coordinators to help him develop his game. Look at the coaching/scheme Mario working with...
     
  4. Dishman

    Dishman Miss Ya Blue

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    Eugene Wilson. :bubbles:
     
  5. Pantherstang84

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    Do we have to name one?
     
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    I do wonder how many Sacks Mario would have playing on a defense with a average secondary.

    I can't count how many times Mario ALMOST had a sack by 0.01 of a second only to have the opposing QB throw to a wide open WR who then makes a play for atleast 6 yards or so.

    Must be frustrating.
     
  7. TEXANJAK

    TEXANJAK Texans #1

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    Mario did a great job and so did Arian it was a toss up to me
     
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    An improved secondary would help Mario a lot IMO.
     


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    cdollaz All Pro

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    In addition to fumbling, Foster also failed to get into the endzone on the last drive. He had a decent game, but not great by any means.
     
  10. JB

    JB Old Curmudgeon

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    Excuse me, but the Texans LOST!

    There is no "player of the game" on our squad. The team lost. The team sucks.
     
  11. sakebomb

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    Whoa, hold on. This whole time I thought a better Mario/DL would help the secondary. Which one is it? I'm so confused. Now I know what Kubiak feels like.
     
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    wagonhed Team Gruden

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    People finding excuses on why Mario doesn't put up the numbers that he should, as many plays he made today he took the # of plays off too..
     
  14. Hagar

    Hagar Drink up yall, its the Texans!

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    I'm going to have to go with the Cheerleaders. Looking at thier calander on my wall was the best part of this game.
     
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    Texan_Bill Subscribed Contributor

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    Me!!!

    That's all....
     
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    I think it's a toss up between Mario and Bentley. Both guys played really well. I'd also say that Sharpton played pretty well for a rookie. He delivered a nice hit on Green early in the game.
     
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    NitroGSXR Super Sic #58

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    Cushing brought some of that fire...
     
  18. Jackie Chiles

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    I finally saw Amobi make an impact today. Twice he blocked Mario from getting a sack or at least making an attempt at one.

    In all seriousness Mario had a terrific game. He got his two sacks but he was all over Sanchez much of the game and pretty much the entire second half. Cushing had his best game of the year and if Bentley plays like this every week what did we give DeMeco all that money for? That was the best I have seen our front 7 play since the Indy game. The secondary is so brutally inept it just doesn't matter though.
     
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    The D-Line probably matched their effort of the 1st week. The Texans got WAY more pressure than the Jets ever did. Unfortunately, the Texans don't have a Revis.
     
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    WHo was that DT lewis GUy he came out of no where

    i think the DT's played better today

    Dreesen balled out today IMO

    Sadly i think OD is on his way out
     

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