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Old 11-15-2022, 01:59 PM   #16
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Re: Texans Pre-Game Thread

TH qbr now is 47.2…below avg but higher than Kyler Murray, Matt Ryan, Russel Wilson, Baker Mayfield, .Mac Jones, and of course, Wentz
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Old 11-15-2022, 02:05 PM   #17
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Funny how quick the pregame threads come after a win. Lol

Houston has literally been in every game. Dont be fooled by their record.

Im going to make a bold prediction though. We blow someone out. I know. I know.

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It would be a DC thing to do to come off a top 5 win of the Snyder era and follow it up to losing to one of the worst teams in the league.

Hope the boys don't fall into the trap.

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So will it be Carson or Taylor under center on Sunday?

200 percent Taylor.
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I can't imagine it won't be Taylor. 3-1 as a starter and just helped take down the 8-0 Eagles on MNF at home? I expect that there will be a story about it being a short week and the team not being sure that Carson is quite at 100% to soften the blow, however. If TH plays well (admittedly against a weaker opponent), then they can cement him as the starter after next week. If not, then they can go to Carson. But for now, I can see them wanting to kick the can down the road for another week on this decision.
That makes sense - kicking the can down the road for another week.

It's a legit question though. I still feel like when this team wins it is despite TH, not necessarily because of him. However, I suppose you also can't underestimate how the team seems to rally behind him. In a way it isn't good though in my opinion, because I don't like the idea that they don't play their best when someone else is under center... Like they really bring it when TH is the QB, but not so much when CW is...?
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That makes sense - kicking the can down the road for another week.

It's a legit question though. I still feel like when this team wins it is despite TH, not necessarily because of him. However, I suppose you also can't underestimate how the team seems to rally behind him. In a way it isn't good though in my opinion, because I don't like the idea that they don't play their best when someone else is under center... Like they really bring it when TH is the QB, but not so much when CW is...?
I feel like Heinicke plays his best at a sweet spot in the middle - when he's not confident at all he panics and makes poor decisions and poor throws and looks every part the backup, but when he gets too confident he starts getting risky and making throws like that terrible interception last night. Floating the ball into deep coverage is always a terrible idea. So you want him to be confident, but not "I can do anything" confident.

No doubt the squad rallies behind him though, knowing any game could be his last. I expect this ride to continue until he has another "lost all my confidence and I have 47 passing yards at the half" type performance.
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Old 11-15-2022, 03:28 PM   #22
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I was about to post this.

Short week with a hangover.
No way this team is coached up in time.
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Old 11-15-2022, 03:56 PM   #23
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I'd consider driving down for this game if Houston wasn't so boring on offense
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After 10 weeks Washington lead all teams in average time of possession, and I will go out on a limb and say they will lead by a wider margin after week 11. Should be a similar game plan since Houston has been even worse at stopping the run than Philadelphia. A lot of Robinson & Gibson, with Curtis (our Deebo) Samuel sprinkled in.
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After 10 weeks Washington lead all teams in average time of possession, and I will go out on a limb and say they will lead by a wider margin after week 11. Should be a similar game plan since Houston has been even worse at stopping the run than Philadelphia. A lot of Robinson & Gibson, with Curtis (our Deebo) Samuel sprinkled in.
Turner is the key. Will he revert back to his pass happy ways? I hope he realizes running is their strength and sticks with it.
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I listened to Ron earlier , no chance Wentz starts Sunday
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We have 2 previous QB's in TE's Thomas and Rogers. I want to see some trick passes from those guys, get creative.
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I was about to post this.

Short week with a hangover.
No way this team is coached up in time.

Even Ron can handle the Texans. Right?
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We have 2 previous QB's in TE's Thomas and Rogers. I want to see some trick passes from those guys, get creative.

Not sure i want to see Logan passing the ball, but id love to see him become a pass catching threat and redzone target again.
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I listened to Ron earlier , no chance Wentz starts Sunday
If you saw Terry interview with Van Pelt you'd also say no way in hell Carson plays another down unless TH gets injured or is THAT bad. And I agree with Terry. That was an emotional fucking interview.
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