[Official] Texans Off Season Thread

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  1. houstonstime

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    Is Kirk Cousins a FA or did he sign an extension? are there any OT/G available in FA?
     
  2. houstonstime

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    I stopped reading after this...
     
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  3. Bobbythegreat

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    There might as well not be. Anyone who is starter caliber you'd have to pay too much for and the Texans have a LOT of places to spend money on this offseason. OT has to be the first round pick.
     
  4. Fantasma Negro

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    You could've finished, it wasn't a very long post
     
  5. houstonstime

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    But then I couldn't make my joke about how getting Hackenberg is a terrible idea.. He barely made the Jets roster.
     
  6. Fulgore

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    He's free. Can the skins tag him back to back years?
     
  7. Bobbythegreat

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    Usually teams can franchise players twice in a row, so unless there's something weird preventing them from doing so, they should be able to.
     
  8. J.R.

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    QB(Age-Team-FA status):
    Kirk Cousins 29 WAS UFA
    Brian Hoyer 31 CHI UFA
    Matt Barkley 26 CHI UFA
    Mike Glennon 27 TB UFA
    Geno Smith 26 NYJ UFA
    Shaun Hill 37 MIN UFA
    Matt Schaub 36 ATL UFA
    Kellen Clemens 34 SD UFA
    David Fales 26 CHI RFA
    Ryan Mallett 29 BLT UFA
    Landry Jones 28 PIT UFA
    Matt Cassel 35 TEN UFA
    Case Keenum 29 LA UFA
    Matthew McGloin 27 OAK UFA
    E.J. Manuel 27 BUF UFA
    Mark Sanchez 30 DAL UFA
    Blaine Gabbert 27 SF UFA
    Dan Orlovsky 34 DET UFA
    Joshua Johnson 31 NYG UFA
    T.J. Yates 30 MIA UFA
    Thaddeus Lewis 29 SF UFA
    Christian Ponder29 SF UFA
    Kellen Moore 28 DAL UFA
    Ryan A. Griffin 27 TB RFA
    Ryan Nassib 27 NYG UFA

    OT:
    Andrew Whitworth35 CIN UFA
    Ricky Wagner 27 BLT UFA
    Ty Nsekhe 31 WAS RFA
    Christopher Hubbard26 PIT RFA
    Cameron Fleming 24 NE RFA
    Menelik Watson 28 OAK UFA
    Riley Reiff 28 DET UFA
    Marshall Newhouse28 NYG UFA
    Cornelius Lucas 26 DET RFA
    Mike Remmers 28 CAR UFA
    Jake Long 32 MIN UFA
    William Beatty 32 NYG UFA
    Eric Winston 33 CIN UFA
    Matt McCants 28 CHI UFA
    Sam Young 30 MIA UFA
    Tony Hills 32 NO UFA
    Josh Wells 26 JAX RFA
    James Hurst 25 BLT RFA
    Tom Compton 28 ATL UFA
    Ben Ijalana 28 NYJ UFA
    Jordan Mills 26 BUF UFA
    Don Barclay 28 GB UFA
    Gosder Cherilus 33 TB UFA
    Mike Adams 27 CHI UFA
    Andre Smith Jr. 30 MIN UFA
    Garry Gilliam 26 SEA RFA
    Matt Kalil 28 MIN UFA
    Earl Watford 27 ARZ UFA
    Bradley Sowell 28 SEA UFA
    Sebastian Vollmer33 NE UFA
    Byron Bell 28 TEN UFA
    Nick Becton 27 CHI UFA
    David Quessenberry 27 HST UFA

    G:
    Kevin Zeitler 27 CIN UFA
    T.J. Lang 29 GB UFA
    Andrew Norwell 25 CAR RFA
    Larry Warford 26 DET UFA
    Ronald Leary 28 DAL UFA
    John Jerry 31 NYG UFA
    Austin Pasztor 26 CLV UFA
    Patrick Omameh 27 JAX UFA
    Brian Winters 26 NYJ UFA
    Jahri Evans 34 NO UFA
    Stefen Wisniewski 28 PHI UFA
    Evan Mathis 35 ARZ UFA
    Ryan Jensen 26 BLT RFA
    Ted Larsen 30 CHI UFA
    Oday Aboushi 26 HST UFA
    Tim Lelito 28 NO UFA
    T.J. Johnson 27 CIN RFA
    Luke Joeckel 25 JAX UFA
    Andrew Gardner 31 SF UFA
    Brian Schwenke 26 TEN UFA
    Kenny Wiggins 29 SD RFA
    Vladimir Ducasse29 BLT UFA
    Chris Scott 30 CAR UFA
    Chris Chester 34 ATL UFA
    Chance Warmack 25 TEN UFA
    Taylor Boggs 30 ARZ UFA
    Jonotthan Harrison26 IND RFA
    Jermon Bushrod 33 MIA UFA
    Tyler Shatley 26 JAX RFA
    Mike Person 29 KC UFA
    Michael Harris 28 MIN UFA
    Sam Brenner 27 DEN RFA
    Hugh Thornton 26 IND UFA

    C:
    J.C. Tretter 26 GB UFA
    A.Q. Shipley 31 ARZ UFA
    Ryan Groy 26 BUF RFA
    John Sullivan 32 WAS UFA
    Joe Hawley 28 TB UFA
    Wesley Johnson 26 NYJ RFA
    Eric Kush 27 CHI UFA
    Cody Wallace 32 PIT UFA
    Ryan Wendell 31 CAR UFA
     
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  9. zeeshan2

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    Andrew Whitworth, OT, Bengals. Age: 35.
    Ricky Wagner, OT, Ravens. Age: 27.
    Riley Reiff, OT, Lions. Age: 28.
    Ty Nsekhe (RFA), OT, Redskins. Age: 31.
    Sebastian Vollmer, OT, Patriots. Age: 33.
    Matt Kalil, OT, Vikings. Age: 28.
    Charles Leno, OT, Bears. Age: 25.
    Austin Pasztor, OT, Browns. Age: 26.
    Andre Smith, OT, Vikings. Age: 30.
    Mike Remmers, OT, Panthers. Age: 28.

    Mike Adams, OT, Bears. Age: 27.
    Cameron Fleming (RFA), OT, Patriots. Age: 24.
    Eric Winston, OT, Bengals. Age: 33.
    Chris Hubbard (RFA), OT/G, Steelers. Age: 26.
    Menelik Watson, OT, Raiders. Age: 28.
    Marshall Newhouse, OT/G, Giants. Age: 28.
    Jordan Mills, OT, Bills. Age: 26.
    Garry Gilliam, OT, Seahawks. Age: 26.
    Bradley Sowell, OT, Seahawks. Age: 28.
    Byron Bell, OT, Titans. Age: 28.
    Cornelius Lucas (RFA), OT, Lions. Age: 26.
    James Hurst (RFA), OT, Ravens. Age: 25.
    Gosder Cherilus, OT, Buccaneers. Age: 33.

    Jake Long, OT, Vikings. Age: 32.
    Jermon Bushrod, OT/G, Dolphins. Age: 33.
    Will Beatty, OT, Giants. Age: 32.
    Nick Becton, OT, Bears. Age: 27.
    Ulrick John (RFA), OT, Cardinals. Age: 25.
    Vinston Painter (RFA), OT, Redskins. Age: 27.
    Bryan Witzmann (RFA), OT, Chiefs. Age: 27.
    J'Marcus Webb, OT, Seahawks. Age: 29.
    Khalif Barnes, OT, Saints. Age: 34.
    Tyson Chandler, OT, Bills. Age: 26.
    Jason Fox, OT, Dolphins. Age: 29.
    Dallas Thomas, OT, Dolphins. Age: 27.
    David Quessenberry, OT, Texans. Age: 27.


    OG:

    Kevin Zeitler, G, Bengals. Age: 27.
    Andrew Norwell, G, Panthers. Age: 25.
    T.J. Lang, G, Packers. Age: 29.
    Larry Warford, G, Lions. Age: 26.
    Evan Mathis, G, Cardinals. Age: 35.
    Ronald Leary, G, Cowboys. Age: 28.
    Jahri Evans, G, Saints. Age: 34.
    Patrick Omameh, G, Jaguars. Age: 26.
    John Jerry, G, Giants. Age: 31.
    Luke Joeckel, G/OT, Jaguars. Age: 25.
    Chance Warmack, G, Titans. Age: 25.

    Ryan Jensen (RFA), G, Ravens. Age: 26.
    John Urschel, G, Ravens. Age: 26.
    Tim Lelito, G, Saints. Age: 28.
    Jonathan Cooper, G, Cowboys. Age: 27.
    Ben Ijalana, G/OT, Jets. Age: 28.
    Vladimir Ducasse, G, Ravens. Age: 29.
    Don Barclay, G/OT, Packers. Age: 28.
    Oday Aboushi, G/OT, Texans. Age: 26.
    Kenny Wiggins (RFA), G, Chargers. Age: 29.
    Chris Chester, G, Falcons. Age: 34.
    Chris Scott, G, Panthers. Age: 30.
    Hugh Thornton, G, Colts. Age: 26.

    Earl Watford, G/OT, Cardinals. Age: 29.
    Ben Garland (RFA), G, Falcons. Age: 29.
    Mike Person, G/C, Chiefs. Age: 29.
    Louis Vasquez, G, Broncos. Age: 30.
    Garrett Reynolds, G, Lions. Age: 30.
    Jamil Douglas, G, Dolphins. Age: 25.
    Josh Wells (RFA), G, Jaguars. Age: 26.
    Todd Herremans, G, Ravens. Age: 34.
    Tyler Shatley (RFA), G, Jaguars. Age: 26.
     
  10. Fulgore

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    That's a shitty qb list. It's Cousins then a cliff
     
  11. Fantasma Negro

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    But he's Billy's baby, with an o line, he can make all the throws
     
  12. J.R.

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    It is.

    I suppose there are others who could hit the market(trade/FA). As to whether we want them or have the resources to get them...

    Chicago: Jay Cutler & Brian Hoyer
    Cincinnati: A.J. McCarron
    Buffalo: Tyrod Taylor & EJ Manuel
    Cleveland: Robert Griffin & Josh McCown
    Tampa: Mike Glennon
    Arizona: Drew Stanton
    Kansas City: Nick Foles
    Dallas: Tony Romo
    Miami: Matt Moore
    Philadelphia: Chase Daniel
    San Francisco: Colin Kaepernick
    Jacksonville: Chad Henne
    New York: Take your pick - Ryan Fitzpatrick, Geno Smith, Bryce Petty, Christian Hackenberg
    New England: Jimmy Garoppolo
    Oakland: Matt McGloin
    Los Angeles: Case Keenum
    Washington: Colt McCoy
    Pittsburgh: Landry Jones
    Tennessee: Matt Cassel

    And those you dream about but aren't available:
    San Diego: Philip Rivers
    Detroit: Matthew Stafford
    New Orleans: Drew Brees

    Probably better off heading to the draft.
     
  13. zeeshan2

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    Rick Smith doesn't believe in drafting QBs
     
  14. houstonstime

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    Haha I was thinking the exact same thing.. Jesus, I mean Cousins isn't top of the line, but compared to that list he's elite.
     
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    I am now sensing your sarcasm... can't be too careful with the posters in this forum sometimes.
     
  16. Junkyard_Dog

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    We need to bring in a Vet WR to help these young'uns.
    Does anyone know what Mahommes has been projected as? I'd rather not trade up, but if he's projected as a second rounder getting an OT in the first and then trading up in the second round to get Mahommes would suit me fine. We have trouble hitting on our 3rd and 4th round picks anyway so I'd give either up to move up for Mahommes if they believe him to be the truth.
     
  17. Mr. Clutch

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    Just go with Savage and draft someone for the future.
     
  18. mario_v

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    I remember last year someone said Ryan Nassib could be a potential steal, much like Matt schaub was when Texans traded for him.
     
  19. RocketTOOL

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    Why do people only remember Schaub's last year with us? He was a good QB during most of his time here. I'm no Matt Schaub apologist, but his prime years with us were damn satisfying for me as a Texans fan. He was good. Would love to have a prime Schaub on this team with this defense.
     
  20. houstonstime

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    So, just looking at the draft order as it stands. I counted 6 teams that at least have some interest in a QB that draft before us at 25
    Browns
    49ers
    Bears
    Jets
    Chargers
    Cardinals

    Now I know what you are thinking, Chargers and Cards, not really, but both of those team's qbs are 36+ and Rivers might even leave.
    While not all of these teams will take a QB first round because it is not their biggest need, they still will pick before us again every round (the Browns actually get 2 picks before we are even up...)

    That being said, names I have heard so far for QB's (granted there is a lot of film and picking apart their play about to happen but just so far) have been: Kizer, Mahommes, Watson, Kaaya, Trubisky..

    If we don't have a Jimmy G, Rivers, Romo, Cousins, or something (I feel like we could make a play for Tyrod Taylor as well) come draft day, we need to take one of these in the first round. Maaaaaaybe Kaaya (lol aay) makes it to us in the 2nd, but I doubt any of the rest do and this is a pretty weak class after any of them. Or, take an OL first then trade next 2 picks to come back into the first before the browns/49ers/bears get another crack..

    Just my opinion, but if we wait, whether you think this QB class is strong or not, there will be nothing left by round 2 barring some serious mishaps and film study on the path to the draft.
     

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