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Santonio Holmes

Discussion in 'Houston Texans' started by Fostate, Jan 2, 2012.

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Should Texans pursue Holmes?

  1. Yes

    32 vote(s)
    43.2%
  2. No

    42 vote(s)
    56.8%
  1. Fostate

    Fostate Member

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    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000...r-next-two-seasons?module=HP11_content_stream


    Would Santonio Holmes be a good fit in Houston? He might have some locker room issues but he is by far better than Jacoby Jones or Kevin Walter
     
  2. bluffkin

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    Texans will most likely draft a reciver.
     
  3. TheRealist137

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    He would be awesome, bring him in
     
  4. Nick

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    If two powerhouse franchises such as the Steelers and Jets couldn't handle him... what makes you guys think the Texans will?
     
  5. bluffkin

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    Jets....powerhouse:confused:
     
  6. Nick

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    Fine... if two established playoff teams with dominant figure head coaches couldn't handle him, what makes you guys think the Texans can?
     
  7. Plowman

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    Whatever we do in the draft, we still need to go out and get a proven 1 or 2 via trade or free agency.

    As far as Holmes goes, I'm a buyer. AJ's presence should keep Santonio in line and make him more productive.
     
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  8. Bandwagoner

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    We need to draft a good route runner who does well in the running game.
     
  9. rockets934life

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    Hell no! This guy quit on his team, even though Rex is a douche, he's still your superior.
     
  11. ROXRAN

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    Maybe Rex makes people want to quit..
     
  12. bluffkin

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    PLAYOFFS, are you talking about PLAYOFFS Jets didn't make the ****ing playoffs!!!;)
     
  13. bluffkin

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    most likely gone when the Browns pick, comes up before our pick.
     
  14. Cannonball

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    Dude just quit on the Jets when they were fighting to make the playoffs. If you're going to quit on your team in that situation, I don't want you on my team no matter how good you are otherwise.
     
  15. bluffkin

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    Rex Ryan said he regrets making Holmes a Team captin. Ouch.
     
  16. ivenovember

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    I'm not too sure. And this is my ideal first round pick for the Texans.
     
  17. bluffkin

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    I love Kendall Wright's ablities and he would give the texans the element of speed, but the top three (blackmon,Jeffery and Floyd) will be gone by the
    16th pick and Browns will need a WR to help McCoy and will pick the best one left in this case Wright. But hey anything can happen come draft day.
     
  18. rockets934life

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    Not so sure about Blackmon...last I read, he was slipping into the 20s because of his lack of breakaway speed.
     
  19. emjohn

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    I heart Wright. Speed, speed, speed. A pure vertical guy is the perfect guy to put opposite Johnson. Fly route and AJ's post route. Your choice, safeties.
     
  20. bluffkin

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    Really, man that would be something if he dropped to the Texans at 24, are you sure?
     

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