Texans (vs. Tacks) Injury Report

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  1. CloakNNNdagger

    CloakNNNdagger Site Contributor

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    Injury report

    http://www.houstontexans.com/team/injury-report.html

    Daniels is still out.

    Adibe makes the out list again.

    Anderson and Cody had very limited practice Friday and are both questionable

    Cushing only had one limited practice....on Friday (which is mostly walk thru), but is listed as probable.

    Diles will play (but according to PFT, Sharpton is likely to start).
     
  2. 97roc

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    I wonder if Anderson has taken Jacoby's spot as the 3rd WR? I certainly hope so...
     
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    I believe so. However, that does little good if he isn't good to go.
     
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    Yes you are correct, but it would mean Kubiak is on to something... although about 4 games a little late.
     
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    14 games, if you count preseason.
     
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    And 10+ drops too late as well
     
  7. Lucky

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    Their top 2 QBs. Their top WR. 3 starting defensive linemen. All out.

    If the Texans can't take advantage of this Titans squad, I don't think they can win another game this season.
     
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    Randy Moss is out?

    I know I know I know he hasn't done much but he is by default their best WR. He's got to be shuffling his chops at our secondary. I bet he has his Titan coming out party tomorrow.

    As for hoping that we take advantage... you haven't learned anything yet, have ya? We will even bat it into their arms if necessary...
     


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    Wait...what?
     
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    Lucky was referring to Kenny Britt. Randy Moss is playing. Effort is something else different from playing though...
     
  11. 97roc

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    So Sharpton will be starting in front of Diles... now we just need to hear that Nolan and McMannis are starting as well.
     
  12. Lucky

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    Nolan looked completely lost in pass coverage, last week. Similar to many of the Texans young players, the more they're "coached up", the worse they play.
     
  13. CloakNNNdagger

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    In other words, the more they're "coached up," the more they're "********d up."
     
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    Certainly appears to be the case.
     
  15. Lucky

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    Fred Bennett & Amobi Okoye are just 2 examples of young players who looked great out of the gate, but regressed the more they were exposed to "NFL coaching". As any young Texan defender actually improved over time? Is Cushing as good as he was last season? Quin? Anybody? I'm drawing a complete blank.
     
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    Mario Williams cannot be uncoached.

    rawr.
     
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    I guess the coaching is contagious and I am starting to feel 'coached up' with the comment I made. I guess I'm just looking for something... anything to keep positive. On to the say something positive thread to avoid the sulk...
     
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    The Texans secondary will let the immortal Rusty Smith light them up like a Christmas tree. After all it is the holiday season. The season for giving.
     
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    lol, i wouldn't count on that.
     
  20. CloakNNNdagger

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    Can you imagine Mario on a "good" D team? You would see him go from a notable DE to a dominant DE.
     

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