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Discussion in 'College Football & the NFL Draft' started by Specnatz, Apr 26, 2008.

  1. Specnatz

    Specnatz Site Contributor

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    You do not like the pick, fine say so but all this doom gloom is BS. I can not believe you folks. Same crap with the Mario pick, have yall not got enough of being stupid dumb asses? You act like you are titans fans.

    Complian fine but to act like you do makes me think you are ungrateful. Does not surprise me with some but others I would think would have at least some intelligence.

    You hateful morons make me sick!!
     
  2. TEXANRED

    TEXANRED Texan-American

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    Are you drunk by any chance?
     
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  3. Htownsportsfan

    Htownsportsfan All Pro

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    If not maybe he should head in that direction!
     
  4. Ole Miss Texan

    Ole Miss Texan Hall of Fame

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    Criticism of the pick is definitely understandable and I expect it. Emotions always run high at first so once things calm down, it should all be good.

    I'm really interested in how soon he's able to pick it up and give us significant playing time. I've been prepared for Salaam being our starting LT the majority of next season for a while. That's fine but I really hope Brown is fully ready by 2009 season and even gives us some starts by the end of this season.

    Brown-Pitts-Myers-& Winston I think are long term locks. Now its up to Brisiel/Spencer/Frye/Studdard to fill that RG spot. I'd love to see Spencer be able to give us some mammoth run blocks.

    Here's to a HEALTHY season next year, we've got the players for our OL now, we've got the coach (Gibbs) for our OL now, all we need to do is stay healthy and learn the system.
     
  5. Grid

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    eh..drunk or not i can understand where he is coming from.

    since 2002 people have been making the same moronic, worthless, ignorant and immature statements. The same dip******s never seem to learn from their idiocy the previous season.

    It gets really old after a while.. especially because alot of real fans feel that the behavior of their fellow fans reflects upon them... so when you have a slew of jackasses making blatantly stupid comments.. well.. some of us feel like you are making US look stupid to. Or at least I do.

    whatever the case..it can get really old and really frustrating when it happens year after year.
     
  6. HoustonFrog

    HoustonFrog Dallas Frog

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    I understand your pain. The ebb and flow of emotions here is unbelievable sometimes. As I said earlier today, it is a different regime. They have made good picks. they have found random FAs to fill holes some seasons. Its learning to trust. We got 2 extra picks and they got a guy that the O-line guru wanted. You have to nod your head, trust and wait and see. I'm all about the sexy picks but maybe that was the problem in the past and just getting the right fit is best here.
     
  7. TheIronDuke

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    I wasn't around here for the MW draft and I'm glad I wasn't, I can't imagine what it was like then. For once I actually have faith in the Texans FO. I trust Gibbs along with Kubiak and Smith far more than the haters and media.

    People get their hearts set on a player who may or may not be a total bust in the NFL and get pissed when the Texans pass on him. We're all fans of the Texans and should back the FO because we know that they are intelligent in drafting now.
     
  8. TEXANRED

    TEXANRED Texan-American

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    Yes but there is a way of saying it. Calling people morons, jackass', or stupid does not get the point across.

    If your worried about image Spec's post make us all look like Eagle fans.

    I don't like the pick. Great, he is a LT. Who has played for one season as a LT and used to play TE. Does Seth Wand ring any bells?

    I believe that most of us have concerns on whether or not we got value at the #26 pick. We passed on both Mendenhall and Jenkins for him so some of us are a little upset by it. Deal.
     


  9. Specnatz

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    Not drunk but sick of the damn hate!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  10. Dread-Head

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    lol: I'm sorry... I find this funny. Okay. I say we give the kid the benefit of the doubt. We don't know what he can or can't contribute till we see him play.
     
  11. Hervoyel

    Hervoyel The Right Track

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    That's fine but you should find a more sophisticated manner of expressing yourself. This 2008 NFL draft forum was setup just recently and so I don't have moderator rights in here. If I did I would have already deleted the thread.

    I doubt it survives once one of the admins sees it.
     
  12. Trail.Blazr

    Trail.Blazr All Pro

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    ROFLMAO. I needed that!

    But really specnatz, if you are wanting to take a stand against the hate... Call me crazy, but you might want to do it from the other side of the fence. :blowakiss:
     
  13. Grid

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    Really.. i personally have tried the tactful and logical approach..and it doesnt work. Its much more gratifying to call them what they are and move on.


    Also..why does everyone against the pick insist on comparing it to previous picks...by a different coaching staff...in a different year....with different circumstances. Ya know..there is no "science" to the draft.. no one is a sure thing. You might as well just bite the bullet and call it gambling because that is exactly what it is. You are rolling the dice no matter what round you are drafting in..or what position you are drafting.

    but whatever.. you can ***** all year long if you want.. but if you are proven wrong, I really hope THIS time..you FINALLY learn from it..and STFU next season. Cause honestly..im really tired of people who do not even have the capacity to give a new player a shot before they deride and ridicule.

    Such close minded and unfaithful fans are a waste of air... not to mention a waste of a PSL.
     
  14. 281

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    agreed; definitely.
     
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    jason peters among others

    we passed on rashard or jenkins for brown and whoever we pick at #89 and in the 6th btw
     
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    in the last 5 years the Texans have traded away every 2nd rd. pick except for 2006 (DeMeco) then this year the format changed to only 1st & 2nd rds on the first day, leaving teams like the Texans with only one pick for the day. then that pick is someone hardly known by many, I think its only natural to vent frustration not just with the pick but the lack of capability that has loomed over this franchise for several seasons.

    I hope for a recovery of sorts with a full compliment of 2nd day picks. there's bound to be some really good football players yet to be added, plus I think from this day forward its a new beginning for the Texans. they'll have a clean slate, basicly all their own players, the cap situation will be fixed & hopefully the new bargining agreement gets done which helps the infrastructure of the league to remain vital & healthy.

    Don't worry or put alot of stock in what ESPN & other national networks write, none of these draft picks have proven anything yet, its going to take at least a couple or three years to see results. Rick & Gary are being very prudent & setting up for a bright future :)
     
  17. bah007

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    Well as I've already mentioned a few times:

    I had my heart set on Cason once we traded back, but we came out of the 1st with a LT, which is our #2 need, IMO.

    Snag a DB & maybe a DE or a RB in the 3rd, plus add some depth later on & we can chalk this up as ANOTHER solid draft by our Texans.
     
  18. BSofA04

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    Look here buddy, and I'm speaking for myself.....but after 6 months of college scouting/mock drafts/fantasy scenerios it's understandable why some people here, including myself, would initially be upset at the Texans pick. There's no doubt we reached, but we got a legit LT who will be groomed to protect Matt Schaub. No way in hell would ANYONE predict a Duane Brown selection. I'm finally at peace with the pick but I'm hoping he can bring some nastiness to our o-line.
     
  19. utahmark

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    do we really have a bandwagon fan? congratulations you have to be the first.
     
  20. threetoedpete

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    What was the hot shot safty that bufflao took after we drafted a no tallent ex QB TE in the fourth that no one heard of... everyone blew a gasket on that one. oh yeah, Ko Simpson. Is that guy still on the bills roster ?
     
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