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Texans fans start bashing your heads in

Discussion in 'All Other Team Discussions' started by Favre_Fan, Aug 14, 2006.

  1. Favre_Fan
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    Hey too bad any Texans fans. You must be pretty ticked off at the owners. I mean on paper Reggie Bush is better than Mario Williams. And last night it proves that he really is better. Don't get me wrong I don't hate Mario Williams but 1 tackle assist for the whole game? That isn't even 1 tackle for himself. And Saints fans praise the Texans owners. Who would be stupid enough to not realize that maybe the best college running back in history wouldn't get drafted #1. Why would the Texans pick Williams anyway. Defense gets points if they get lucky. But offense is the real deal. Reggie Bush had 6 carries, 6 carries, that went for 59 yards including a 44 yard rush. Hey he may not have scored any touchdows, but 59 yards on only 6 carries. That is impressive. Including it was his first game in the big leagues. So I say Bush for a good season and Williams and the Texans better get prepared for a long long season.
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    I thought the drafted Williams because they think he is going to help put pressure on Peyton Manning. Not to take anything away from Mario but I would have taken Bush. It is his first game though you cant expect him to get like 2 sacks even the best have a hard time at that if there name isnt Reggie White, yet alone a rookie , but I saw some highlights and it looked like he was getting pushed around a little.
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    the fact is, it's a lot easier to neutralize a stud DE than it is a stud RB.

    all signs point to the Texans regreting this draft for quite some time.
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    ITS ONLY PRE SEASON, and its not like he played the whole game anyway
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    exactly.
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    yeah be prepared because sherman is also on the coaching staff.
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    Mario played 11 plays and was thrown into DT where he's not used to playing. He said he wasn't comfortable playing DT but said he would work hard on it to be more effective in all DL positions.

    Mario racked up .5 assist tackle.


    I think its too soon to say the Texans are regretting their choice.
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    Um no he didn't get 5 tackle assists or thrown into DT.
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    he said.5 tackels as in half a tackel and yes he did play some DT
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    I said .5 here 0.5 assist tackle meaning half an assisted tackle. My bad I didn't add the 0 for ya.

    He did play DT because I heard the interview where he said he wasn't comfortable being there and I seen the clips of him in the DT position.
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    OH OH my bad bud. MY BAD
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    It happens. Just glad its not me for a change heh :p

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