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01 Apr 2011
I shared some actually-positive stats about the Texans with Steph Stradley, including two places where their players led the league in this past season.
Posted by: Bill Barnwell on 01 Apr 2011
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04 Apr 2011, 9:14am by
What does the following sentence mean?
"In 2009, the only player who had an above-average performance in these sort of carries was Rex Grossman, and he picked up one conversion on his lone attempt."
How could one person with one attempt be the only person that is "above-average?"
"In 2009, the only player who had an above-average performance ***for the Texans *** ...
at first I thought this had to be some sort of April Fools joke... thanks for contributing to Steph's blog Bill
I don't care much for the Texans, but I'll exercise my internet right of diversion by saying that I'm not happy about the muscle dudes on the sidebar ads - where are the hot chickies?? Sorry if it's been mentioned before...
Firefox + adblock plus = winning.
Add a flash blocker and it's like you have tiger blood.
Unless you a) are on a work computer and have firewalls preventing you from doing stuff like that and/or b) you just aren't that into computers to really care about what web browser you're using.
When it comes to No. 1 corners, a familiar name was No. 1 in 2014.
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