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Brandin Cooks to the Texans

thunderkyss

Just win baby!!!
Staff member
Contributor's Club
What are the Texans supposed to accomplished this year, in your opinion?
You can keep griping about what the Texans are doing wrong, or come to understand they obviously aren’t trying to accomplish what you think they should be trying to accomplish.

I agree with you, doesn’t look like tanking is on the menu.
 

76Texan

Hall of Fame
You can keep griping about what the Texans are doing wrong, or come to understand they obviously aren’t trying to accomplish what you think they should be trying to accomplish.

I agree with you, doesn’t look like tanking is on the menu.
I don't necessarily want them to tank.
I want them to be more fiscally conservative.
When your work hours are reduced, you need to watch your spending.
 

CloakNNNdagger

Hall of Fame
Is Texans Brandin Cooks The Most Underrated WR In NFL?
In seven years, Brandin Cooks never has received the respect he deserves in the NFL
Cole Thompson1 hour ago

HOUSTON -- In a sea of pass-catchers and touchdown machines, Houston Texans wide receiver Brandin Cooks has been forgotten. As the Texans prep for another season, Cooks returns to NRG Stadium as the team's go-to weapon.
The NFL just sees a lowly franchise without a direction, thus casting Cooks to the side in their rankings. And it's not just the NFL, try every major outlet and see if Cooks' name is mentioned in the top 15?
Top 20? Top 25 even? Few will at least give him that respect.

Cooks' career in the NFL has been defined by two things: trades and speed. Since coming out of Oregon State, he has been one of the most consistent No. 2 targets in the game. Last season he proved he can be a No. 1 with the right quarterback.

So, he's good, but not top-20 good, right? That's where the debate begins.

In seven seasons, Cooks has recorded five 1,000-yard seasons through the air. On all four teams, he's passed the 1K mark — twice with both New Orleans and Los Angeles.

Known for his speed and ability to win as a perimeter route-runner, Cooks' game has allowed him to be dangerous in the open field. In six of his seven years, he's averaged at least 13 yards per catch.

In that same span, he tallied at least 60 catches on five different occasions. He's also finished top two in receiving yards and receptions on his roster every season outside of 2019 with the Rams.
THE REST OF THE STORY
 

steelbtexan

King of the W. B. Club
Contributor's Club
You can keep griping about what the Texans are doing wrong, or come to understand they obviously aren’t trying to accomplish what you think they should be trying to accomplish.

I agree with you, doesn’t look like tanking is on the menu.
Good thing is they dont have to try to tank to be bad.

Kinda like the Rockets this yr.
 


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