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  1. Having trouble with paypal can I send payment via zelle?

  2. happy belated birthday fag

  3. LINK Capers sends message By Carter Toole HoustonTexans.com On Monday, there was a sense of urgency in the Texans' auditorium as head coach Dom Capers announced that Joe Pendry was his new offensive coordinator. Today that urgency made its way to the practice field. The message? No job is safe after Houston's 0-2 start. Three new faces were working with the Texans' first-team defense Tuesday. Shantee Orr lined up at left outside linebacker in place of Jason Babin, while Demarcus Faggins lined up at left cornerback in place of Phillip Buchanon. Rookie Travis Johnson also lined up at left defensive end in place of Gary Walker, who is nursing an injured shoulder. But it was the first two moves that prompted the most attention. "We're always to search and look for what we think is going to be the winning combination," Capers said. "You could possibly see Phillip Buchanon or Jason Babin on the field early in the game, but I don't think they played up to our expectations or their expectations in the (Steelers) game, along with a number of other people." Enter Orr, a third-year pro, and Faggins, a former sixth-round pick who has been with the Texans since day one. Both players entered the Steelers game late and stood out. Orr started training camp at inside linebacker before the Texans decided to move him outside. "I think it was after the first or second preseason game," Capers said. "He went out and showed what he could do on special teams, and with his burst and playmaking ability we moved him back outside. When he's had his opportunities, he's shown up." Orr knows what catches his coaches' collective eye. "Not stopping, just playing until the whistle blows," he said after practice. "That’s what they like. That’s what they preach to us everyday. They want somebody who’s going to give them constant effort on every play. That’s what I want to give them." Faggins had a breakout season in 2004, intercepting a career-high three passes and breaking up nine passes. He has three career starts, but two of those came when Houston opened with three corners. “Right now, I just see a lot of things happening," Faggins said. "There are putting me out there with the starters. I love the opportunity. And I know I just got to come in and make plays. We have to play better – a lot better. "When we’re not winning, sometimes things have to change. And right now, we’ve got to set an example because things need to change. We’ve got a couple people out there that can make plays, and now they’re getting an opportunity." Capers agrees. "When you're 0-2, that's an attention getter," he said. "Hopefully, that has everybody's attention out here." We're guessing it did the trick.
  4. NFL Survivor Challenge: Week 3!

    I am gonna go a different direction and hope Indy loses. Give me Carolina
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  6. King Of The Mountain

    Same here..........I'll take Indy, too.
  7. Just Won/ Just Lost

    Yup, just lost that one by 3.25 points, my dumb@$$ left Ward on the bench for Jenkins Just lost in 12 MITH by 2 points because Washingtons defense couldn't get me a sack, int, fumble recovery or hold the pokes under 10. Only needed 4 points going in. On a positive note just won in DW2 by 1.78 points. BTW thanks Keyshawn for that penalty, if Witten gets the rec and yardage from that play I lose. Last week went 4-1, this week went 2-3.
  8. Texans Fire Offensive Coordinator

    Those are the exact words I told my wife yesterday as I sat and watched the slaughter.
  9. Texans Fire Offensive Coordinator

    Yup, Palmer was not the reason that the Texans offense sucks so bad. It is the fact that they do not have the talent on the O-Line. As a Texan fan, I would have preferred to see Capers go and Palmer move up actually. All of you hoping for a more explosive offense now that Palmer is gone, be prepared to wait. Palmer is the one who wanted to open the offense up more and give them more of a downfield game. It is Capers who likes the vanilla offense and win with defense strategy. Big problem is the defense can't consistantly stop other teams.
  10. Jamal Lewis

    I really thought my 12 team local looked pretty solid with Collins JLewis KJones JWalker DJax AJohnson After this week, I am starting to rethink things.
  11. Week 2 Bonehead moves.

    Benched Ward for Jenkins :doah:
  12. How do you fly your team’s colors at work?

    Texans hard hat on the wall and calendar on the desk. Live in Cowboy country, so that is plenty for me to catch crap over.
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  14. King Of The Mountain

    St. Louis