WTH was wrong with Shiloh Keo last night???

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  1. Imatexanfan

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    Texans chose Idaho safety Shiloh Keo with the first of their fifth-round picks which was playing terrible last night. I know I wasn't the only one that seen it...He could not wrap up at all, first it was McElroy then it was the RB they had in there immediately after the play he missed the QB. :headhurts:

    They had to put Braman back in there because he couldn't tackle worth shit. Keo better work on technique and fast, this ain't college no more...
     
  2. b0ng

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    He's a 6th round rookie. I didn't even read your post because you're on ignore, but that's my answer.
     
  3. BullsOnParade

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    When I was looking for highlight films on YouTube of all the players the Texans drafted, I couldn't find any good ones of Keo. This worried me because everyone else had clips of them making plays. They all looked good on YouTube.

    Keo was getting burned, pounded, blown up, what have you.

    Like b0ng said, he's a sixth round rookie.
     
  4. Errant Hothy

    Errant Hothy Hypermediocrity

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    Looked to me like he was trying to make the big hit instead the sure tackle. On his biggest two whiffs it didn't even look like he tried to wrap up. Horrible, horrible form on his tackles; to the point where I wonder if it has been pointed out at practice or not.
     
  5. Rey

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    I just don't think he is that good.

    Nothing wrong with him. He is who he is.
     
  6. steelbtexan

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    6th rd rookie and unless he steps it up he wont make the team.
     
  7. GP

    GP Go Texans!

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    5th rounder. Not 6th.
     
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  8. BullsOnParade

    BullsOnParade Go Texans!

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    Whatever round, I don't think it matters at this point.
     


  9. IDEXAN

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    It's sad, but Shiloh sure looks like he might be in over his head.
     
  10. NitroGSXR

    NitroGSXR Super Sic #58

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    We are a better team overall... to the point where draft picks are becoming expendable. The days of expecting our 5th rd pick to start are behind us now.

    Get used to it.
     
  11. Ole Miss Texan

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    Shiloh Keos, a 6th round pick.

    just kidding guys! :smiliepalm:

    I was really excited we drafted this guy. Hope he can improve during the preseason.
     
  12. jjohns1

    jjohns1 Rookie

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    goin from idaho to nfl is big step!

    probably jus juiced up 4 playing in this game, had his adrenline pumpin
     
  13. Corrosion

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    I got the idea that Keo was trying to do too much rather than play fundamentally sound .... Its easy for a rookie playing in his first game as a pro to get too amped up. (Thats my excuse and Im stickin to it for now)
     

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