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Houston Texans do it right.........

If anyone is looking like a clear winner IMO in the first few days of the free agent frenzy, it is the Houston Texans. The Texans had one glaring weakness on their defense and that is their secondary. Signing CB Johnathan Joseph instead of Nnamdi as well as FS Daniel Manning makes a huge difference. With their offense plus Wade Phillips taking over at defensive coordinator, this appears to be the year the Texans finally make the playoffs.
They also had the best draft. -Wade Phillips is definitely contributing to fixing that defense right now.
I agree...I would have been happy with those two in our secondary...
They still wont win, lol
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:

I don't know what this means....but i still laughed...
Originally posted by susweel:
They still wont win, lol




I HEART YOU SWEEL!


[ Edited by SnakePlissken on Jul 29, 2011 at 10:09:30 ]
Originally posted by SnakePlissken:
Originally posted by susweel:
They still wont win, lol




I HEART YOU SWEEL!

  • dj43
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Originally posted by m_brockalexander:
If anyone is looking like a clear winner IMO in the first few days of the free agent frenzy, it is the Houston Texans. The Texans had one glaring weakness on their defense and that is their secondary. Signing CB Johnathan Joseph instead of Nnamdi as well as FS Daniel Manning makes a huge difference. With their offense plus Wade Phillips taking over at defensive coordinator, this appears to be the year the Texans finally make the playoffs.
They also have the advantage of one of the most attractive tax rates in the nation. When you are talking about contracts north of $10,000,000, that is a lot of cash they can keep by playing in Texas.
  • TX9R
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No one in Houston has EVER said that. I do like what they've done in the offseason talent-wise, but I think everyone is underestimating the switch to a 3-4. That doesn't happen over night.
Originally posted by TX9R:
No one in Houston has EVER said that. I do like what they've done in the offseason talent-wise, but I think everyone is underestimating the switch to a 3-4. That doesn't happen over night.

When you have Wade Phillips it can.

My best friend is a Texans fan and hes very picky and critical of everything in sports. He thinks it will work just fine. JJ Watt and Antonio Smith should be very good 3-4 ends. I think Mario Williams will be top 3 in sacks and Barwin and Reed can hold down the other side.
He said Mario Williams has dropped I think 15 pounds or so to convert easier.
Originally posted by susweel:
They still wont win, lol

Thank you for your contribution, Eeyore. It is always welcome.
I like the Texans, good for them.
Originally posted by dobo:
I like the Texans, good for them.

I'm with you. They are a team that I don't hate.
Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Originally posted by dobo:
I like the Texans, good for them.

I'm with you. They are a team that I don't hate.

Same here, and I usually HATE all Texas teams.