If anyone can get that post game locker room speech by DeMeco posted on that tweets thread it is a speech worth remembering. It’s on the Texans site.
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I could get used to watching this! Hell I could watch it ALL DAY!!! The play and progress so far has been AMAZING especially given this patched together Oline. And hats off to them as well for stepping in and doing a tremendous job.
Looks like he's got so much space to work with.
I think we have to begin to discuss the possibility of someone tracking down Slowick's loved ones and then letting him know that he's not allowed to leave.Looks like he's got so much space to work with.
For years, it's looked like we're playing 3 against 11 on offense. But now, it looks like we're playing 5 against 2 or something... like it's impossible for them to cover everybody.
The field is wide open, always an open spot for someone to get to.
I dont think the wheels fall off. If healthy the defense should only get better. The offense should really improve as soon as the OL gets healthy.I think we have to begin to discuss the possibility of someone tracking down Slowick's loved ones and then letting him know that he's not allowed to leave.
Because, he's doing a JOB right now. He's serving it up for CJ and it's miraculous what he's done so far. He's scheming guys open, taking advantage of defenses, making in-game adjustments (which I thought was against Texans' policy), making do with a makeshift line.
It's only 4 games in. The wheels are going to fall off at some point, but holy crap, guys.
Let us hope that B-Slow continues to call games like he did in the 2nd half. And someone finds us a RB who knows how to process and produce in this system! OL may not be good but, 70yrds a game is not asking for much. Compared to the 20 to 50, it would be just enough to keep the defense honest