The "Dayne Trayne"

Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by Minotaur, Dec 26, 2006.

  1. Minotaur

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    Should he be a starter next season, "if" Domanick Davis is either 1). not ready to go, or 2). traded/released?
     
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    I am not buying a ticket on that Train. He has earned another look, but we have plenty of options to consider as well.
     
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    Me either, I would rather see Davis behind a decent o-line.
     
  4. He clearly has been better since his time off. He can on to this team with a bad toe so maybe he was 'rested' because of that. Now after a few weeks away he's healed a little and is refreshed. Anyone else have an explanation for his great stats the last 4 weeks?
     
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    I agree. Dayne could make a great 3rd down back - he's always good for a yard - and more importantly, veteran leadership to our young RBs. I say keep him and continue to develop an every down back, be it an existing Texan player, FA, or the draft.

    Major props to him, though. He was part of a game that I'll never forget, and he'll always mean something to Texans fans for his major contribution towards that cause.
     

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