The Kevin Walter Appreciation Thread.

Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by powerfuldragon, Aug 17, 2008.

  1. powerfuldragon

    powerfuldragon g'mornin to you

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    6 rec. 100 yds. td.

    his best play last night, IMO, ball snapped at ~7.50 left in the 1st q, dude, had to be tackled by four or five saints. ha.




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  2. powerfuldragon

    powerfuldragon g'mornin to you

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    --also, david anderson's sliding catch at the very end of q3.
     
  3. jb66er

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    I've liked Walter from day one, great hands and route running...I'm glad to see him have a good game and prove he's worthy of the #2 slot, especially after the guy was dogging him on the pregame show. :splits:
     
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    The gringos aren't afraid to get their pads dirty!!! :texflag:
     
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    Hell Yeah! Solid game by my boy Walter, we know he can produce I have to say he is one of the more underrated players in this league.
     
  6. Hervoyel

    Hervoyel The Right Track

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    Walter did good and Anderson keeps on working himself into the mix. He's like a smaller version of Walter (Walter could be like "I shall call him, Mini-Me!"
     
  7. Sideline

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    NFL.com just proved my point about Walter being underrated in the league.

    KEN Walter??!
     
  8. Vinny

    Vinny shiny happy fan Staff Member

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    I'm in...he kinda reminds me of ex-Oiler 3rd round draft pick (1980) Tim Smith....Smith is in the Husker HOF and had a couple of 1000 yard seasons here.
     


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    Kevin Walter is very steady player and very deserving of some praise. I have no concerns when he plays alongside AJ. I am glad that he had an awesome game against the Saints. Lets hope it pushes on into the regular season.
     
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    The more reps Walter and Davis get w/o A.J. on the field, the better their timing evolves with Schaub and that makes the whole offense more effective.
     
  12. D-Frank

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    was skeptical las season before the season but always heard in TC kubiak
    praising kw, then when the season came and he was consistant and very dependable, he gained my respect, I hope he is our #2 for a long, long time.
    we can have a speedguy at #3. he gets open and catches the ball, also blocks his arss off, what more do youwant??
     
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    baby steps. in this thread our own "super fans" have managed to call him by his proper family name 7 or 8 times IN A ROW! it'll take some time for the rest of the league to come around on kevinS walter.
     

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