I think this is your year. The Seahawks apparently liked what they saw Sunday when Brown made his season debut, playing 68 of 71 snaps for the Texans in their loss at Seattle.
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A big thanks to Lane and hearty welcome to Brown. Hopefully you are both happy and successful with your new teams. Lane was gone soon as the rookies played as well as Lane but for a rookie salary for several years. At minimum the OL now has veteran leadership. Houston has more cap space than any team in the league.
I have no dog in this race as I am a 49er fan but Duane Brown did not divide any lockerroom. Bob Mcnair did the dividing with the comments he made regardless if it was taken out of context or if you think the players overreacted.
Nice move by the Texans, ship off an overpaid malcontent on the downhill side of his career. To address a need, Yes Lane was a back up in Seattle, but in Houston he will help a very weak core of dos.
October 30, at 9: I like the pickup.. I wont say anything about the run blocking.. Hmm I really like the youth that we many have when Joeckel comes back.. Not to sure if I like getting all these Texans Offensive Linemen..
Seahawks may finally be recognizing that they should focus the future a little more on the young offense they have with talented receivers and a really good passing QB.
That LT is joining a locker room that probably agrees with his comments on the owner. What have the Texans done in the last 8 years?
You must be logged in to leave a comment. He was poisoning the Texans locker room. Someone in the Pacific Northwest just got better. Seattle always stepping up. Welcome to Seattle Duane. I wonder if Odiahmbo can play RT? Could work out well for everyone. Lane is a good player; became expendable w the solid play of Griffin and Coleman.
Trading away a CB with The Seahawks are clearly the class of the NFC now. Unless Schneider cut him a new contract in the trade, he still wants a new deal. October 30, at 8: Seahawk fans are the worst. Other than that you nailed it. You both are insufferable. Doyle hip will not play in the Colts' Week 5 game against the Patriots on Thursday. The tight end seems will miss a third straight game, which is good news for Eric Ebron owners.
Ebron has been targeted 21 times in the two games Doyle has missed and caught his third touchdown pass of the season in Sunday's loss to Houston.
Doyle is going to miss the Colts' short-week tilt with the Pats, his third-straight missed game. Eric Ebron is a fill-in TE1 in Doyle's absence. Jack Doyle hip was listed as a non-participant in Colts practice Monday. The Colts didn't actually hold a practice, but the league requires teams playing on Thursday night to issue would-be injury reports on Mondays.
Hilton hamstring was also listed as a non-parcipant. Eric Ebron was either absent or limited in practice earlier in the week but appears good to go for another spot-start in place of Doyle. Ebron saw 11 targets in Week 3 against the Eagles, but hauled in 'only' five of them for a pedestrian 33 yards. His usage and routes run still makes him a streaming TE1. Barring a surprise Friday return, Doyle will miss his second-straight game against the Texans.
Eric Ebron is a fill-in TE1.