Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by texansrock, Mar 2, 2007.
the chances of Horn or Porter coming to Houston are? which would you rather have and why?
A left offensive tackle...er a compitent left offensive tackle.
Ian Scott or Michael Myers.
Ashley Lelie will probably be signed before the end of today.
none of the above
I too want an offensive, left-handed, component tackle.
Porter doesn't fit anymore. Are we switching back to the 3-4 again ?
When are you guys going to quit splashing around on the thirty something free agents, drown in the dead cap money the following year(s), before you figgure it out. It doesn't work. I mean a little kid sticks his finger in the socket once and he gets it. You guys seem to enjoy the stings. Thanks but no thanks.
I voted for Lelie but for no other reason than that I think the others have no chance of being here. Horn I don't think we need (We just sent Eric Moulds packing), Porter and Stokely I can't imagine ever wanting to be here.
Imma like the guys above ... down with the O-line thing 1st & foremost but I suppose if it was one on the list it'd be either JHorn or BStokley, depending on who's younger.
I second that. I would like to see the Texans take a page out of the Patriots "how to succeed with low profile free agent signings" book. Several mediocre signings would be major upgrades to our offense and defense as compared to one high profile, high dollar value signing.
So....offensive, left-handed, component tackles aren't offensive linemen?
Kris Dielman, guard, Chargers
Damion McIntosh, left tackle, Dolphins
These would be my choices.
They may be a long shot, but I wouldn't mind if the Texans at least showed interest in them.
Wow, he's right. I looked it up, and it says right in there that Santo's Jesus Christ!
Would habe the check the expenses, but Luke Pettigout would be an improvement.
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