What Do You Think....

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  1. CaptainPatriot

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    If Texans give up a 2005 draft pick for Sammy Parker of Steelers? He reminds me of DD!!!! :headbang:
     
  2. HoustonTexans4Life

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    Why give up a draft pick when we already have D.D and a few really good back ups i think it would just be a waste of a roster spot. If were gonna pick any more players up it should be or D line who gets a lil attention.
     
  3. OzzO

    OzzO .. and then?

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    Give up a pick for someone that reminds a person of a player we already have.... :um:

    Why not stick with the original DD ver. 1.0?
     
  4. texasguy346

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    I agree. RB is a position where we have pretty good depth already. Parker would be better off elsewhere.
     
  5. CaptainPatriot

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    Who do we have after DD? idonno: You know he will get hurt sometime during the season. He takes some punishing hits! Tony Hollings fumbles.Wells gets hurt. We need a good durable back!
     
  6. El Tejano

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    How are you saying we when your Avatar clearly shows your team is the Patriots?
     
  7. Fiddy

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    Hollings hasnt fumbled since the Cowboy game. Give him a break. We have a nice stable of backs...
     
  8. TexanExile

    TexanExile A New Hope

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    One of the last things I'm worried about right now is the running back spot. We're set at RB, with 2 good ones and one vet that appears to be changing his game for the better. Wells is bigger and tougher than last season. Let's save the draft picks for real needs.
     


  9. Jwwillis

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    I dont think he is serious. The Texans arn't going to give up draft picks easy. I am concerned with Walkers new contract and his cronic groin problems, not to mention Pane and his ACL. Toss that in with Boselli can you imagine all 3 drawing off the cap and forced to retire due to injury? The blockbuster freeagent aquisition could be one of the worst busts in history. I hope for McNairs sake this doesnt happen to him. He has been the best pro sports owner in the world now for 2yrs and counting.
     
  10. texasguy346

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    I echo what everyone else has said. Hollings is a promising young back, and Wells seems to be improving. DD is the main horse, and the two backs in the stable are pretty good too. Perhaps you should have tried to sell Parker to the Cards. I heard they picked up Hambrick and Zellner from the Raiders.
     
  11. CaptainPatriot

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    wasn`t Wells hurt last yr too? You can never have enough good backs. Seems the RB`s are injury prone.


     
  12. CaptainPatriot

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    because DD is injury prone.

     
  13. CaptainPatriot

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    I live in Houston Support my local team. Like to see them do well also.

     

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