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BigRon has a solid perspective on what he thinks the team has talent wise and we share a lot of the same opinions and so I asked him to write up a guest blog entry so that he could share his thoughts on our team. TH A Fan's eye View of the Texans Roster With the first phase of practice and the Texans' first exhibition game under their belts, we've all gotten a glimpse at how the squad is shaping up. Like many of you, I took the opportunity to check out a few of the open practice sessions and was eager to see how the things I saw in practice translated to game action. While I don't have any major gridiron qualifications to impress y'all with, I do consider myself a well informed fan who knows what a good football team should look like. I've taken my observations, discussed and debated with a few other fans to add in their perspectives, and put it all together right here on the FanBlog. I'm sure everyone reading is set with a 'scouting report' of his own after checking out the action so far, both in practices and against the Broncos. Well, these are my takes on everything from the initial full pad workouts through the first exhibition. I've broken it down by position group and tried to limit my commentary to guys that I actually got a chance to focus on. That gives each of you an opportunity to fill in my gaps with your own views. It also gives us all a chance to consider the difficult decisions the Texans are facing at each position with cuts now on the horizon. I make a completely amateur attempt at trimming the roster down to that all important 53rd spot, and I welcome your feedback as to how you see the roster shaking out as Pre season unfolds I didn't analyze the QBs as much in practice as the other positions because I feel like I know what to expect out of Matt Schaub and Sage Rosenfels. Both QBs look to be very in tune with the top four WRs. Schaub looks just slightly more fluid and more consistently accurate, though it seems like he was skittish in the red zone (like last season). Rosenfels looks to have markedly better arm strength, but that may be what leads him to try to squeeze throws into tight spaces so often. When it works it looks good, but I think it'll always cause Sage to toss too many picks for my liking. Of course it boils down to staying on the field for Matt, but the Texans are in good hands with Sage too. I think the whole "glass Schaub" idea is a tad overblown, and I'm not one who's feeding into the "quarterback controversy" theme. Schaub's the man for the job, in my opinion. Here's hoping the additions to the O Line along with the influence of Alex Gibbs make the difference this year. And for my money, an even bigger key to the Texans QBs' success will be having a healthy 80 to throw to all season. Shane Boyd is serviceable and shows a good arm with good mobility, which I assume the brass expected. I still have a hard time believing they'll burn a valuable roster spot on Boyd, who would only see action if the Texans face a doomsday scenario (injuries to both Matt and Sage). The season would be a loss if that came to pass, so why tie up a spot that could be given to a guy who could actually help their hopes of winning? I just don't see it. We've only seen Alex Brink in practice, and he looks like a rookie QB with just enough game to stick in the League. I'm thinking the Texans' 3rd QB could very well end up on the P Squad in the person of Brink. We'll have to see what he does when he gets his game snaps though. Making the cut: (2) Schaub, Rosenfels As has been noted pretty much everywhere, this is the Texans' best position group. However, the main ingredient that makes it so is a healthy Andre Johnson. In the practice snaps I've seen, Dre J. has been straight up dominant. He's the prototype NFL wideout. IF he's 100%, I don't think there's a CB in the NFL that can check him head up. BUT, a "tweaked" groin is the latest fly in that ointment. It's been discussed on the blogs, and I am firmly of the opinion that Dre shouldn't even be near any more contact until the PIT game. He shouldn't play a single snap in pre season, IMHO. Just have his pads ready for the trip in week one. Andre has looked outstanding thus far, and if he's at full speed he's going to be unstoppable this year. So save him for the games that count!! Kevin Walter also looks primed for a big season. He's just as steady and solid as you ever wanted to see out there. Runs smooth, pinpoint routes, catches everything, and always seems to have some breathing room on the guy trying to check him. He's as good a 2 WR as there is in the AFC South as far as I'm concerned. Andre' Davis and Jacoby Jones give the Texans a solid 3/4 combo that adds speed and versatility to the group. Jones appears ready to take another step as a receiver in his second year and performed well in practices after returning from foot irritation. I think Jacoby's biggest issues are with focus and concentration. He shows ability to make great plays, and then he'll let you know just how far he still needs to go. With Davis, I'm just hoping we'll see that same desire we saw when he was playing with his career on the line. If that's the case, we can expect another solid season from Andre. Both of these guys are capable of the big play and give the Texans a lot of potential for production with multiple WR sets. I also really like David Anderson as the fifth wideout to round out the group. Yeah, he's a smallish guy, but he's gritty and has shown what he can bring to the table if his number is called. Anderson reminds me a little of Wes Welker, though he has a long way to go to really be that kind of receiving option. Other WRs that caught my eye in camp are 17 LeRon McCoy and 84 Darnell Jenkins. McCoy made several nice grabs in the sessions I saw, both in the position drills and in team action. I don't expect the 3rd year man to make the final roster, but he'd be my 6. Jenkins has shown excellent speed, and while he needs polishing, the UDFA from Miami looks like a good P squad candidate. Making the cut: (5) A. Johnson, Walter, Davis, Jones, Anderson The offensive line has looked decent so far, particularly in pass protection. Their proficiency in the running game with the ZBS must improve though, if they expect to be competitive every week. It looked to be the deepest the Texans have ever been across the OL, but injuries are starting to challenge that notion. Eric Winston is ready to have a big time year at RT. He's picked up where he left off last year and looks to be in even better shape than he was to start last season. I didn't watch too much of his work in practice, but I'll say this: right now he's the most talented member of the group and could end up among the best RTs in the AFC. I've also been very pleased with what I've seen from Duane Brown. He's really athletic and a lot stronger at the point than I expected this early. I saw Mario slaughter him with a pretty inside rip move on one play, but the very next series for the 1s, Brown thumped MW right off the snap and knocked him clear out of the play. Ephraim Salaam is on the shelf after routine knee surgery, so he won't have a real shot to win the LT job back in pre season. Although I think it'd be Brown's gig anyway, Ephraim will be a good mentor/insurance policy for the rook once he returns from the knee scope. I also expect Rashad Butler to be a factor, as a guy who fits Gibbs' system and is still young with some upside. He doesn't look as strong as any of the other OTs and maybe could use an extra 10 lbs, but he's definitely quality depth. 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