Worst player in the NFL?

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  1. Wolf

    Wolf 100% Texan

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    http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/sh...r-Aaron-Maybin-the-worst-playe?urn=nfl-280632
     
  2. BigBull17

    BigBull17 Hall of Fame

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    Wow. I knew it was a bad pick, but damn.
     
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    texanmojo Shotgun 30 Time

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    I think David Carr is worse...
     
  4. NitroGSXR

    NitroGSXR Super Sic #58

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    I remember being so happy that John McCargo was traded to the Colts a couple years ago.

    *SIGH*

    I sure wish he passed his physical then.
     
  5. TheIronDuke

    TheIronDuke Hall of Fame

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    I'm glad they didn't take Cushing!
     
  6. IBleedTexans

    IBleedTexans Superbowl Bound

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    I think we would have taken Mathews (which at the time wanted more than cushing)
    Not a bad second choice if you ask me.
     
  7. ThaShark316

    ThaShark316 #28

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    Yeah we get Matthews if Cushing wasn't there.
     
  8. Hookem Horns

    Hookem Horns That Server Guy Staff Member

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    So who would you rather have right now? Matthews or Cushing?
     
  9. Hervoyel

    Hervoyel The Right Track

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    I think it really depends on what we have when Cushing comes back. Until we see him on the field again and playing like he did last year I'll be hesitant to say we made the right choice.

    When does Brian come back? I forget.
     
  10. NitroGSXR

    NitroGSXR Super Sic #58

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    He'll be back next year. I guess he can't seem to shake this ill-famed sophomore slump. I say room him with Neil Rackers. Neil can flat out get to the ball from the opposite ends of the field! Maybe he can shed some of that hustle magic back over to Cushing.

    Cushing done lost his mojo.
     
  11. Wolf6151

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    I like this writer, he's not afraid to be critical of the team. I wish we had writers in Houston that would be critical of the team instead of guys that stand in line to drink the red kool-aid. If we had guys like this, ones that told the truth, then more people might be upset with McNair and demand some changes. Maybin came from Penn St., who was the last good player to come from Penn St.?
     
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    LaVarr Arrington, wanted mo' money so he went to the Skins' where he ended his career due to injury. On the topic of Aaron Maybin, I think he was overrated coming out of college. Grossly undersized as a DE IMO (6'4" 248-lbs), I compared him as the next Manny Lawson...good college career, doesn't translate into the NFL.
     
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    infantrycak Semi-grand Poobah Staff Member

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    Yeah cuz all Richard Justice does is hump the Texans' leg right?
     

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