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Old 12-23-2013, 12:26 PM  
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Do the Texans take a QB if they have the 1st overall pick?

The Texans are loaded with talent and I didn't think Schaub was that bad of a QB, but I was wrong.

With that being said, Schaub's replacement, Case Keenum, is just playing OK. I can't see them going into 2014 with Keenum as their starter, but I could be wrong.

Do you think the Texans take a QB at #1 if they have the 1st overall pick, or not?
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Old 12-23-2013, 08:54 PM   #16
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Texans are in a weird spot. They thought they had a Superbowl team 6 months ago. Are they willing to hand that team over to a rookie QB?
I think Schaub deserves another shot. He's done so well so far...
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Old 12-23-2013, 10:53 PM   #17
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I wonder how much they scouted Manziel.
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Old 12-23-2013, 11:43 PM   #18
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The owner of the Texans has already made claims that they're not going to draft a QB with their top 5 and likely #1 overall pick
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Old 12-24-2013, 12:10 AM   #19
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The owner of the Texans has already made claims that they're not going to draft a QB with their top 5 and likely #1 overall pick
David Carr is Texans' Todd Blackledge. Dumbass franchises.
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Old 12-24-2013, 12:49 AM   #20
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Just depending who the HC, the kid could get Shanahaned and could end up like RG3 because his coach doesn't give a shit about his wellbeing.
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Old 12-25-2013, 12:06 AM   #21
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The owner of the Texans has already made claims that they're not going to draft a QB with their top 5 and likely #1 overall pick
The thing with the Texans is that they have one of, if not the best left tackles in the NFL in Duane Brown. Now, you could do the bookend thing with Matthews, who has previously been the Aggies right offensive tackle, which wouldn't necessarily be a bad thing as I think that Jake Matthews is the best player in the upcoming draft.

You could go Clowney, but they just spend a first rounder on Whitney Mercillus and have Brooks Reed on the other side. Pretty solid on the OLB positions.

They could go with either Mike Evans or Sammy Watkins at WR as Andre Johnson is 32 years old.

Bridgewater or Manziel would also be intriguing, as Schaub basically had a catastrophic meltdown in terms of seeing the field this year. Who knows if he's going to ever be "the guy," but I'd think that they would go free agent versus put this team into a rookies hands. They know that they are close and this past season was an aberration. The Jay Cutler free agency thing could be a real possibility for a team like Houston if they feel that Schaub has run the course.

My bet would be Jake Matthews.
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Old 12-26-2013, 09:32 AM   #22
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The thing with the Texans is that they have one of, if not the best left tackles in the NFL in Duane Brown. Now, you could do the bookend thing with Matthews, who has previously been the Aggies right offensive tackle, which wouldn't necessarily be a bad thing as I think that Jake Matthews is the best player in the upcoming draft.

You could go Clowney, but they just spend a first rounder on Whitney Mercillus and have Brooks Reed on the other side. Pretty solid on the OLB positions.

They could go with either Mike Evans or Sammy Watkins at WR as Andre Johnson is 32 years old.

Bridgewater or Manziel would also be intriguing, as Schaub basically had a catastrophic meltdown in terms of seeing the field this year. Who knows if he's going to ever be "the guy," but I'd think that they would go free agent versus put this team into a rookies hands. They know that they are close and this past season was an aberration. The Jay Cutler free agency thing could be a real possibility for a team like Houston if they feel that Schaub has run the course.

My bet would be Jake Matthews.
Have RTs ever gone #1 two drafts in a row?
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Old 12-26-2013, 03:35 PM   #25
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Because none of these QB's are either Andrew Luck/Robert Griffen III hype....

They could go for Bridgewater, but as far as I know, he hasn't declared yet anyways....
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The thing with the Texans is that they have one of, if not the best left tackles in the NFL in Duane Brown. Now, you could do the bookend thing with Matthews, who has previously been the Aggies right offensive tackle, which wouldn't necessarily be a bad thing as I think that Jake Matthews is the best player in the upcoming draft.

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My bet would be Jake Matthews.
They would go Bridgewater. A new Coach, is going to want his guy.

Now, could they be the team that alledgedly is in love with Blake Bortles?

Possibly. But, Teddy Bridgewater is the only thing in this draft that is a franchise qb. If you do not believe me, or haven't seen much of him, watch his bowl game against Miami. You will understand what I mean.

People say he isn't Andrew Luck.

Cool. I see him more as a taller Russell Wilson anyways..
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The owner of the Texans has already made claims that they're not going to draft a QB with their top 5 and likely #1 overall pick
If that isn't "smoke up the ass" pre-draft talk then maybe one of those talented quarterbacks could fall to the team that picks just ahead of us? And then we could take a lineman.
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The owner of the Texans has already made claims that they're not going to draft a QB with their top 5 and likely #1 overall pick
Yeahhhhhhh.

When your owner starts making your personnel decisions, that aint good.

I doubt any new coach would want to hear that.

Especially with Clowney in full diva mode right now
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Im not sure that is the way they work. They did pass on Vince Young and Reggie Bush to draft Mario Williams.
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