What the #### are they thinking???

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  1. texansfaninla

    texansfaninla Veteran

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    If this Mario Williams thing goes down, Casserly will prove once and for all that he's a complete *******ing idiot who overthinks things SO much that he takes Mario freaking Williams over Reggie Bush AND Vince Young. Are you freaking kidding me??? The team will instantly become the laughing stock of the entire sports world. And Casserly should hand in his resignation Saturday at 11:01 a.m. if Mario is the guy.

    And Bob McNair...I mean, what are they thinking???? I can't believe it. I can't freaking believe this.

    Reggie Bush? No, he wants too much money.
    Vince Young? No, we already have a quarterback.
    Mario Williams? Well, he played hard in half his games, he's unproven, we weren't interested in him until last week, and he'll take less cash because of all the above. He's our guy!

    :brickwall :brickwall :brickwall
     
  2. Texas_Thrill

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    Another POINTLESS thread.
     
  3. houstonhurricane

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    Don't buy into the Casserly thing. I would doubt he had much influence on this decision since he is reportedly on his way out. No, the pressure of this pick goes with Mr. McNair and Coach Kubiak.
     
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    Actually the reports are that the Texans have offered Williams more money than they've offered Bush.

    Personally, I think it's the agents that are leaking this "information" because they're a part of the negotiating process as well.
     
  5. AlexVanderpool

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    We will have our Sam Bowie.
     
  6. texansfaninla

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    If Casserly is trying to pull an I-told-you-so on this, to "prove his genius" so to speak, he's a bigger dumb@55 than I've ever imagined. I'm now going to sit in an Al Bundy, head in my hands stance until tomorrow. While I'm lighting myself and my Texans gear on fire.
     
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    sportsradio 610 Lance Z was just on and said his sources are confirming Mario will be the #1 pick tommorow
     
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    McNair has said he is the final say on the #1 pick, he is the one to blame if that is what you feel like doing.
     


  9. Frank_The_Tank

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    He Charley C is awsome. He brought in Travis Johnson and Pat Bucannon last year and it just revamped our defense. I can wait to see who we take this year. We dont have to worry about the QB spot, we have David Carr, the guy who is going to figure it all out this year and throw for 3800 yrds and 24 TD. We might need a DE. I mean Charley brought in Anthony Weaver for 5 mil a year, he brought in Kalu for a cool milion. He has Babin moving down to the End spot along with Orr but you can never have enough DE/DT. We need a running back because Domanick Davis is not getting the job done. He had so many holes to run through last year that he should have had 100 to 180 yards every game. With that note, he also never had a Defence keying in on him because Carr was so relentless throwing the ball that it kept most NFL D-Cordinators off balance.
     

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