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Has Houston done enough to improve their running back corps?" Red Zone PlayRed Zone Play: A Running Team Needs Running BacksNew Womens Kareem Jackson Jersey ,15commentsHas Houston done enough to improve their running back corps? CDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Red Zone Play: A Running Team Needs Running BacksTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Steven Ryan/Getty ImagesWhile many insist the NFL has completely evolved into a passing league, there are still a handful of teams whose bread and butter is the run. Welcome to H-Town, baby. With arguably the best running quarterback in pro ball in Deshaun Watson, Houston is pretty well set from that standpoint, but what about the guys who have nothing else on their plate aside from running the ball? Well, except blocking assignments and the occasional swing pass. Lamar Miller Stats and ImpactThe biggest stat for Miller that many seem to get stuck on is his paycheck. With a base salary of $5.5 million this year, Miller’s running all the way to the bank with a big old smile. But, honestly, who cares? Houston has $100 bills to light cigars with as far as cap space goes and Miller is potentially one of the best running backs in the game. Now, the coaching staff and offensive line have to do their jobs in order for Miller to reach that potential, but let’s stick to what Miller can do. Since landing in Space City, Miller has started all but 7 games over 3 seasons, amassed 2 http://www.thetexanslockerroom.com/authentic-stephen-anderson-jersey ,934 rushing yards, scored 18 touchdowns and seen his average yards per rush grow from 4.0 to 4.6. Granted a sizeable chunk of last year’s stats came on one run, but not every back in the NFL could have pulled off this run, much less been the only one since Bo Jackson to do it twice. Houston is pretty well set with Miller at RB1. Beyond that is where it starts to get a little grey. D’Onta Foreman’s Stats and HealthForeman not only helped the Texas Longhorns win, it can be said he’s the only reason they did in his senior season. In 2016 Foreman put 2,028 yards beneath his feet on his way to scoring 15 touchdowns for the ‘Horns. That’s EA NCAA Football video game type stuff. And, it was nothing new as Foreman gained 2,102 yards his senior year in high school. Sadly, it has yet to translate to the big leagues, as Foreman was only able to gain 327 yards at 4.2 per clip before tearing his Achilles near the end of his rookie campaign. Unfortunately, the NFL isn’t overflowing with tales of legendary running backs who recovered from achilles tears, the most noteable to Houston fans to suffer one is Texans G.O.A.T. Arian Foster. Watching all these A-Gap runs makes it easy to see why Bill O’Brien likes Foreman. Hopefully D’Onta can be the first Achilles tendon survivor to make the Pro Bowl multiple times. Lower Extremity ReviewNot exactly brimming with sunshine and rainbows there, but Foreman could be one who bucks the odds. Next Man Up: Karan Higdon Jr. In Houston Womens Natrell Jamerson Jersey , going from undrafted free agent to the Pro bowl as a running back might be far easier than coming back from an Achilles injury (see the aforementioned Arian Foster). And ex-Michigan Wolverine Karan Higdon Jr. plans to do just that. With the murky magic 8-ball predictions of Foreman’s future, Higdon might easily find himself in the RB2 slot sooner rather than later. Hidgon ran for a respectable 1,178 yards last season as a Wolverine, gobbling up yards at an impressive 5.3 per attempt. He found the end zone 27 times in his four years with Michigan and hopefully continues that streak in battle red. The X-Factor: Cullen GillaspiaWhile the word from Houston brass is that the Texans drafted Gillaspia for his contributions on special teams, this kid has that maniac gene often found in Hall of Fame full backs. At 6’2” 235lbs, he’s not exactly the biggest tailback in all the land, but he is bigger than Earl Campbell and Christian Okoye, both considered monsters in their day. And, that’s before Gillaspia hits the weights with fellow crazy person Brian Cushing. Not to mention, Gillaspia used to play linebacker, so he and Cushing can have lots of fun reliving Alfred Blue’s Hard Knocks scenes. Free Agent Running Backs Still AvailableWhile there are actually quite a few running backs sitting on the couch waiting for the phone to ring, there are a handful Houston could certainly use to boost their running back corps. Jay Ajayi, Alex Collins Nick Martin Jersey White , Alfred Morris to name a few. Why and how Jay Ajayi is still in street clothes remains a mystery. Morris is a bit long in the tooth, but all could come in on a team friendly one-year deal and contribute. Hopefully Houston makes a move when they still have choices, instead of after realizing they don’t. So what do you think? Love the current running back room? Think it still needs a talent infusion? Just happy Alfred Blue is no longer in H-Town? Give us your thoughts in the comments box. The Texans added a new member to their team." Houston Texans Coaching Changes2019 Houston Texans OffseasonHouston Texans News: Jack Easterby Hired As Executive Vice President Of Team Development New,24commentsThe Texans added a new member to their team.CDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Houston Texans News: Jack Easterby Hired As Executive Vice President Of Team Development TwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Elsa/Getty ImagesI always assume the Patriots are filled with guys like Jack Easterby. Men who work in the shadows and find out the Chiefs are pulling their tackle when their index finger is tilted to the left or know the premium way to turn that UDFA from Minnesota Tech into a five sack player, only for another team to give him $7 million a year.That is transcendent meditation.The Patriots are surely currently busy trying to figure out the best way to manipulate the new pass interference challenge rules. Since Bill O’Brien took over, the Texans have tried to be the Houston Patriots. It got them a lot of 9-7. They tried to take their franchise in a new direction by signing backup Buffalo Bills offensive linemen, but once again the Texans are back to their old ways. The Texans have hired Jack Easterby to be The Executive Vice President of Team Development. I have no idea what this means, what this job entails, or who Mr. Easterby is. If you want a place to start, read this.Or this.Apparently Easterby is very important and influential.
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