Panic is something new to most Texans fans. Never before in the history of our franchise have we been subjected to this kind of reaction, so it's easy to assume the sky is falling prematurely. I get that. What I don't get is how the loss of our starting QB overshadows our return of the first superstar. Over the season Shaubshank has averaged 15 to 20 passes a game, thanks to our great run game. Now that the sky is still where it was yesterday, remember all that talk about how 'Andre just being on the field spells at least 50 yards for Arian'? Yeah, with Lionheart taking the reigns that still doesn't change the fact that defenses will have to account for Dreighty. I'm not one to drink the Kool aid and call it Crown, but Mr. Thrownaroundtheleague (Kurt Warner) himself said that Lion should be fine. Why? Maybe it's that USC play action coming back into form. Sure the guy's got a bad rep, but who wouldn't be a party boy coming off of a hiesman, going into the NFL. And lets face it, the Cards O Book is nothing like Koobs book. That is why I look for Matt to gave a good, not great, game going into Jax. But after that I think his confidence and ability will soar going into the Dangles game. This guy knows how to make plays with his feet, something Shaubshank is a little slower at. So now the opposing D has to account for Fostered Flakes, Mac Dre, and BraveArt. Check this vid. Yeah its old, but if ole tubby is half the guy he was then, we all should be in for a ride. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GX8XyIASZro&feature=related There are three bootleg plays here. One in which all the LB's bite on, and Two in which the D makes a great read to the point where BraveArt has to make plays with his feet. So in closing, what is you reason for hovering over the panic button. I hope the mods don't merge as i am wanting to know the psyche around here. Edit: One other BIG key to Matt's success over at USC was having Reggies Bush. They had to respect the NCAA's leading rusher much like teams HAVE to respect AF. They had hold Bush accountable at all times. Back then, if Matt sold the fake well, it was usually a 20+ yard gain in the air.