Former Texans Coach Marvels At the Turnover

Andre' Davis (11) catches a 41-yard pass as Indianapolis Colts defensive back Kelvin Hayden (26)

As the Texans head into Sunday’s noon game at Reliant Stadium against Miami, former Houston coach Dom Capers says he hardly recognizes his old team.  Only seven of the players Capers coached will probably start Sunday, and he hasn’t even been gone two years.  That doesn’t help Capers much in planning strategy for his current employers, the Miami Dolphins.  They’re now 0-4 and hungry for a win.  Capers is trying to plot a defense strategy for the Dolphins, but Capers is having trouble trying to scope out the latest version of the Texans.  He says he admires the personnel changes, but he marvels at how fast the team turns over these days.


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One Response to “Former Texans Coach Marvels At the Turnover”

  1. Jesse says:

    The Texans zone blocking scheme is what’s key to the two OL Weary and Pitts being so much better than they were with Capers and Carr. He was great for our city though, lets see if he can handle Rick’s and Gary’s team.

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