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Old 01-04-2014, 11:46 AM   #91
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[QUOTE=SirLK26;1053176]Unwise move, in my opinion. If I'm the Texans, I keep that pick and take Bridgewater. McNair said, "Maybe we'll trade down and still get a quarterback that can do the job and get an outstanding defensive player." Perhaps so, but Houston needs an outstanding offensive player, namely QB, much more than an outstanding defensive player.[/QUOTE

Schaub has had some good years. Is he done just after on bad year? I just don't get that. I would consider coaching him up, trading down and getting a few players. But it would be real tough to pass on such an accurate polished passer as Bridgewater. Or teaming up Watt and Cushing with Clowney. They have some hard decisions to make.
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Old 01-04-2014, 12:01 PM   #92
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Schaub has had some good years. Is he done just after on bad year? I just don't get that. I would consider coaching him up, trading down and getting a few players. But it would be real tough to pass on such an accurate polished passer as Bridgewater. Or teaming up Watt and Cushing with Clowney. They have some hard decisions to make.
I think a lot of Schaub's problems last year were due to playcalling and Duane Brown's injury. But he's already peaked, and I think even O'Brien would have trouble getting him to perform like he did in 2012. And he's already 32, so even if O'Brien would work his QB magic on Schaub and get him back to a Pro Bowl level, it would only last a few more years. Passing up a QB like Bridgewater would be a huge mistake, even if it meant getting a player like Clowney or Dennard. The QB position is the most important, and Bridgewater would immediately fill that hole; plus, being only 21, they would have a franchise QB longterm.

If McNair wants more high draft picks to take impact defensive players, he needs to trade Schaub away.
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No we won't. He will be gone before we pick also. Cleveland might take Watkins in the top part of round one and Pitt will be looking for a WR as well.
Eh idk Lee had injury problems but u r probably right. As for Cleveland they need a QB first
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Old 01-04-2014, 12:34 PM   #94
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I think a lot of Schaub's problems last year were due to playcalling and Duane Brown's injury. But he's already peaked, and I think even O'Brien would have trouble getting him to perform like he did in 2012. And he's already 32, so even if O'Brien would work his QB magic on Schaub and get him back to a Pro Bowl level, it would only last a few more years. Passing up a QB like Bridgewater would be a huge mistake, even if it meant getting a player like Clowney or Dennard. The QB position is the most important, and Bridgewater would immediately fill that hole; plus, being only 21, they would have a franchise QB longterm.

If McNair wants more high draft picks to take impact defensive players, he needs to trade Schaub away.
I would tend to agree. But Houston still has several good players in their prime. With a few tweaks they can be right back where they were. To me they're a win now type of team and that's why I think about keeping Schaub, coaching him up and add a few pieces. He's still in his early 30's so age would not be a factor. But as you said, real tough to pass on Bridgewater.
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I would tend to agree. But Houston still has several good players in their prime. With a few tweaks they can be right back where they were. To me they're a win now type of team and that's why I think about keeping Schaub, coaching him up and add a few pieces. He's still in his early 30's so age would not be a factor. But as you said, real tough to pass on Bridgewater.
Perhaps they should trade the first overall pick this year for two first rounders: a high draft pick this year and another high pick next year to take Jameis Winston when he declares. Then they could draft McNair's "outstanding defensive player", probably Clowney or Dennard, this year, and still get a franchise QB either next year or the year after. That would be a big gamble, but it might pay off.

On second thought, screw that. Just keep the first overall and take Bridgewater and be done with it.
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Firm believer that you build from the trenches out. Doesn't have to be with this pick, but I want to see a lot of dollars invested in the offensive and defensive lines this offseason.
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Eh idk Lee had injury problems but u r probably right. As for Cleveland they need a QB first
So many teams need a WR and Cleveland has two first rounders, one of those QBs will drop, or maybe they send us a two for Cousins, who knows.
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So many teams need a WR and Cleveland has two first rounders, one of those QBs will drop, or maybe they send us a two for Cousins, who knows.
It's funny how a couple months can change things, if someone had said "let's trade Cousins for Josh Gordon" early in the season the majority of fans would've said no, but now if the same question was asked the majority of fans would probably say yes. He really improved his stock the second half of the season, and especially now with the first team All-Pro selection.
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People bitch about the Offensive line all year and than yell to draft WR's with our first pick. lol.

New coach will not want to use this tiny ass offensive line we have. Event the younger ones we used picks on might not make the cut with the new scheme. Need to go heavy on offensive line for our franchise QB.
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People bitch about the Offensive line all year and than yell to draft WR's with our first pick. lol.

New coach will not want to use this tiny ass offensive line we have. Event the younger ones we used picks on might not make the cut with the new scheme. Need to go heavy on offensive line for our franchise QB.
I don't think anyone yelled but I will check.....................Yeah no one yelled.


I feel we will go OL in FA and at some point in the draft. No Idea when during the drast though.
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People bitch about the Offensive line all year and than yell to draft WR's with our first pick. lol.

New coach will not want to use this tiny ass offensive line we have. Event the younger ones we used picks on might not make the cut with the new scheme. Need to go heavy on offensive line for our franchise QB.
I am speculating that Bruce will want hogs (i.e. Le Rib, Gettis, Compton) We have some 0-line talent.
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Old 01-05-2014, 08:57 AM   #102
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I will be.....real disappointed if there is not significant effort to solidify the O and D line
....and maybe a little D secondary as well...Httr
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Keep eating Le rib ...keep eating!!!!!!
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The nimble cutback o-line style was nice for Alfmo but it stunk for pass protection.
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