We should expect a big sack day.

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  1. gtexan02

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    Key word is EXPECT. I'm not saying it will happen, but based on trends of Miami's OL and Culpepper's "elusiveness" we should expect at least 3-5 sacks out of our defense.

    In the past 2 games, Miami has given up 13 sacks. 7 to Buffalo and 6 to Tennesse.

    Outside of those games, Buffalo has sacked the QB a total of 4 times over 2 games. Tennessee has only managed 2 sacks in 2 games.

    Each of those teams upped their sack total from 2 and 1 per game tremendously. If our DL doesn't manage a pass rush this week, I have a feeling we are even worse than we think
     
  2. Ibar_Harry

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    Hopefully the sack virus follows DC and infects that team. I don't mean David Carr.
     
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    Do you mean their Defensive Coordinator? Dom Capers?

    (sorry I know that was obvious, but thought it was cool that defensive coordinator also starts with DC!
     
  4. Tulip

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    I'm not going to expect that. I foolishly expected Brunell to continue looking like beat up garbage last week, but the Texans D made him look good (well, they made his stats look good - dinking and dunking his way down the field wasn't that impressive).
     
  5. Ibar_Harry

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    I would say touche and take your pick.....
     
  6. Double Barrel

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    yep. We seem to have this uncanny ability to make mediocre QBs look like the 2nd coming of Joe Montana. Of course, these same QBs are usually benched within a couple of weeks and aren't playing football the next season [/sarcasm].

    I expect nothing, so I won't be let down. Of course, I hope for good things, but expecting them is an altogether different matter.
     
  7. edo783

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    So far Mario has done squat that would lead me to "expect" much of anything, but I think he will be a bit more fired up for this game due to the heat he has been getting and that could bode well. I reamin hopefull about both he and the defense.
     
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    This game is going to be very telling. Yes, we don't have a great (or even good) defense but is it as bad as the statistics show? We will see after this game.

    The Texans have a great opportunity to put some serious pressure on Culpepper and disrupt their offense. The line is below average and their QB is slow and playing like crap. The Texans have a great opportunity to show on Sunday that even if the team has a way to go, they are moving in the right direction.

    I have defended Mario a lot, but I think it is fair that the Texans expect Mario to show why he deserved to be the number one pick in this game. One sack and a couple of key pressures and I think even the biggest doubters will be quieted for a while.
     


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