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I don’t understand al the reader love. He didn’t have a great year. In fact I would say he was disappointing.
Maybe Weaver can pull double duty and coach the OL too.No worries on the DL players getting coached up. Blackson, Covington, Reader, Dunn all play above what we spend on them from draft/$ (I know Covington is gone). Weaver is one of our better coaches IMHO. Looking forward what he can do with Charles who appears a + athlete
Pfffttt, all this time I thought my dad was being cheap. Turns out he was providing serious offseason training.
Yep, move Blackson to the nose and start Omenihu opposite JJ. As a starter 2nd season Omenihu could double his 2019 production. He could become equal to our 5th round draft pick who is now aTime for him to step into that beast role. We’re going to need another elite pass rusher
I hope Ejiofor can be a true edge rusher that we haven't had in Houston for a long time.I have high hopes that ejiofor will be our Clowney of the future and Omenihu our JJ Watt. Eji needs to return to his final season stats at Wake Forest as a Junior.
Yup, that would be a really great dream! But setting my expectations realistically, I like the comparison to Antonio Smith. If Omenihu can be the interior pass rusher Smith was, then that's a big win in my eyes.perhaps but JJ and omenihu had very similar stats their last year of college football. That's not much of course but if I am per chance to dream, why not dream greatly?
Smith averaged 6 sacks per season when with the Texans............I'd certainly not complain if Ejiofor could pull those numbers. All depends on how he comes back from his injuries.Yup, that would be a really great dream! But setting my expectations realistically, I like the comparison to Antonio Smith. If Omenihu can be the interior pass rusher Smith was, then that's a big win in my eyes.
I really liked reading this part:Texans OLB coach likes that DE Charles Omenihu plays with a chip on his shoulder
Training camp has been a reunion for a position coach and a young player.
For the first time since the Houston Texans hired Chris Rumph as outside linebackers coach, the former Texas Longhorns assistant coach for defense/defensive line was able to reunite with a kid he recruited from Rowlett High School in 2014, Charles Omenihu.
“What a wonderful young man,” Rumph said. “Besides being a really good football player, he’s a great young man who comes from a really, really good family. I’m excited to get back with him. When I saw him for the first time the other day, I was just amazed at how much he’s grown.”
Depends on your expectations. Wilfork didn't have 'great' years here either, but he was loved by most