This isn't exactly a hardcore x's and o's discussion I'm opening here, more fun talk. We always refer to our offense as the west-coast Denver ZBS or however you want to reference it, either way Denver is brought up. Ask any coach around the league and they'll tell you the Texans are the best zone-run team in the league. Since the Texans run the Denver version of the west-coast offense with the ZBS better than anyone in the league (and I challenge anyone to argue otherwise), why do we still cling to the "Denver" associations? Well, we do it for identification purposes, obviously. But isn't it time to start referring to this as the Houston version of the west-coast offense? We've gotta think of a name, but it should be HOUSTON-associated now since we've taken it and are now doing it better than anyone else. Don't forget that Bill Walsh developed the west-coast offense in CINCINNATI first then brought it to San Francisco where it earned the name the west-coast offense (not the MID-west-coast offense).