Great postIf Uncle Rico actually believed thick skin was mandatory for this site, he would not have half of the posters on his ignore list.
You are correct, that MAY be the method to his madness. Bodes well IMO, for our deep ball game. He and WFV should be able to take the top off the defense at will. Now the question is, will DW4 get the time to get the ball to them on deep/slow developing routes.This is an impressive set of stats for Cooks. In conjunction with Watson's strength, O'Brien may just have a method to his madness.
That was such a great drive by Brady.I was there.
SMDH that BOB settled for the FG.
Texans defenses over the years had a horrible track record of holding leads. Could play defense fairly good for 25 and 55 minute intervals but it was usually hide your eyes time if the Texans had the lead going into the half or at near the end of regulation.That was such a great drive by Brady.
2nd & 20
3rd & 18 Against a top 3 pass rush
And In 2min and some seconds Without Julian Edelman and Your starting RT From your own 15. Ends game with a 25 yard TD to win the game. Ends game with 5tds and 378 yards against a top 5 Texans defense at age 41.
Don't I know it. Lol!Texans defenses over the years had a horrible track record of holding leads. Could play defense fairly good for 25 and 55 minute intervals but it was usually hide your eyes time if the Texans had the lead going into the half or at near the end of regulation.
Absolutely zero hesitation in every response tells me one thing......Cooks is 100% sold on Deshaun Watson. You gotta love how Watson throws the deep ball.....I'm sold on how he throws every ball!!!!! Cooks' been around some good QB's so this is some hefty praise for the Texans not so bright Watson.After the team meetings with Waston, here is Cooks' impression