Originally posted by MadMartz:
The Texans are awful at getting pressure on the QB with only 7 sacks through 6 games. Now with the much needed switch at RT and a bye week to adapt to it we should be the best we have been all year at protecting the QB off the edges. Now throw in the fact that teams will actually have to game plan for one of our WRs(Crabs). That will do wonders in taking pressure off of Gore (who is now back) and Davis. I expect to see our biggest offensive production of the year with Hill leading the way.
This will be our offensive coming out party!
We certainly have something to be exited about for this game, but I don't know about other teams having to "game plan" for Crabtree. He hasn't played a game yet, and has only practiced for a few weeks.
I don't think Crabtree is at the top of the Texans priority list of players that need to be stopped.
That being said, if Crabtree can in fact walk on water, then the Texans will be completely unprepared for him.
[ Edited by BrianGO on Oct 25, 2009 at 12:20 AM ]