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Everything posted by KarlKuffs

  1. Exactly my point. He had 8 yards on 8 carries, which makes those who predicted him to run all over our defense.....*.
  2. Yeah, it would be *ic, because you would have been off by 150 yards and 2 tds.....lol
  3. If he had 8 carries for 80 yards and 2 td's, i'm sure they would have yanked him right out. Why can't people just own up to their *ic predictions? I mean, its right there in black and white.
  4. It takes a certain level of intelligence to not know that neither Richardson, nor anyone he plays with or against, are 100% healthy. A very low one. You don't know how healthy anyone is, neither do I. What we do know is this: he had 8 carries for 8 yards. Many people, including you, predicted a huge day for Richardson. You now look foolish in your prediction. Deal with it.....don't blame me.
  5. Yeah.....nobody who plays in the NFL is 100% healthy. Some are 80%, some are 60%. I don't know what Richardson's % was, but he played in the game, and he got shut down.
  6. Because he was completely ineffective.....averaging 1.0 yards per carry. He played in the game, so that means he was healthy.
  7. Good call......he had 8 rushing yards.
  8. Apparantly you weren't watching very close. Redding has long been one of the better 3-4 DE's in the NFL. Nothing average about him whatsoever.
  9. They aren't awful. They were giving the Texans all they could handle: even after Locker got hurt and a cold Hasselbeck had to come in......Chris Johnson was eating Houston alive up the gut, up until the time where Houston fell butt-backwards into a pick 6 that changed the entire complexion of the game. Tenn basically gave up right after that. Now that they have time to prepare for a game knowing that Hasselbeck is their starter, they will be a tough out.
  10. He's not a Jerry Hughes fan, persay. Unlike the Hughes bashers in this thread who probably haven't even taken any time whatsoever to actually watch Jerry Hughes play, Gavin is just utilizing a novel concept of looking at the situation objectively, and using tangible statistics to back up his assertion.
  11. They haven't had a winning season this year yet. In the entire history of their franchise, they've had one good season......and that one was handed to them on a silver platter by a) them having the second easiest schedule in the entire NFL and b) Peyton Manning being out for the season. Deep down they know this, thus the insecurity you find in nearly any Texan fan you come across.
  12. Why on earth would you have ever thought this?
  13. 1) True 2) True 3) True Tell this to a Texan fan, though. They would prefer to plug their ears and scream so they can't hear you, which in turn would make these weaknesses cease to exist.....lol
  14. Agreed. They are weak in the secondary, undersized & prone to being outphysicaled on the DL (see Chris Johnson gashing them for 140+ yards), weak on the right side of the OL, and have no depth whatsoever at WR. I am very confident that the following teams are superior to the Houston Texans: New England Baltimore Chicago Green Bay New York Giants San Francisco Atlanta
  15. Good at scripting & preparing......not good at thinking and adjusting on the fly.
  16. Yes.....every team in the league does have flaws. Every single team. And that includes the Houston Texans. But try telling them that. You see.....I live in Houston, and I can tell you that pretty much every Texan fan i've come across is so desperate for success that they: 1) Honestly think they have no weaknesses 2) Get very defensive when you point out obvious, legitimate weaknesses. They don't want to hear it, because they want to think that there will be nothing stopping them from winning the Super Bowl this year. It's funny how obvious they make it that they have no experience whatso
  17. True.....let's not act like they don't have any flaws, though, which seems to me what is happening in this fantasyland thread. They have flaws.....obvious ones.
  18. Uh.....the reason they put Cromartie at WR is because they have nobody else to play there. That was pretty obvious. Did you see who they started at WR that game? And despite this, they still had the ball at the end of the game with a chance to win it? lol......i'm wondering if YOU even watched the game. A mediocre Jet team missing their top defensive and offensive players, still nearly beat the Texans. The Texans were NOTICABLY inefficient on offense for most of the game......every stat in the universe bears that out......yet here you are, actually giving the Texans credit.
  19. That's kind of what I was thinking. If they could barely beat the Jets and had a hard time defending Mark Sanchez, then I can only imagine what Rogers will do. Plus, Schaub and the offense looked bad the last 3/4 of the game. I think the Texans are in for a rude awakening now that they have to actually play a good team: Packers 34 Texans 20
  20. Agreed......he was atrocious his rookie year. Now he is just mediocre. As I said, he is certainly someone that an elite qb like Rogers or Brady will pick on and likely have a field day with.
  21. Agreed. He's okay, I suppose, but based on what I saw last night, he has much work to do. He gave his man ALOTt of openings. He is defininitely someone that Rogers/Brady/Stafford or whatever good qb they play from here on out will pick on. Unfortunately for them, they ain't playin' Blaine Gabbert or Jake Locker or Ryan Tannehill this weekend. It's about to be tough sleddin'.
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