Texans Must Reshuffle O-Line for Redskins Game

The Houston Texans' offensive line has allowed quarterback David Carr to be sacked nine times in two games, and now it will be shorthanded for this weekend's meeting with the Washington Redskins.

Rookie left tackle Charles Spencer had his season ended by a broken leg suffered during Sunday's lopsided defeat at Indianapolis, and center Mike Flanagan suffered a foot injury that has his status this week in doubt. Veteran Ephraim Salaam is to take over for Spencer at left tackle.

By Mark Maske |  September 18, 2006; 11:35 PM ET  | Category:  Texans
Previous: Bengals Place Pollack on IR | Next: Torn ACL Ends E. James's Season

Comments

Please email us to report offensive comments.



It's okay...The skins have no pass rush.

Posted by: Rob | September 19, 2006 11:38 AM

Rob....yes, sad but true. Bledsoe looked like he was playing golf he was so unrushed.

On the other hand the Texans have Mario Williams. Maybe Brunell could have his helmet modified so he won't have to be looking out his ear hole all day.

If we just had Gus, Brian or Trent. This is so sad.

Saunders, are ya listening you "genius-guru"? Dump pages 12-700. Bring back the counter trey and a few passes. Nothing else.

Keep it simple stupid.

Posted by: this sux so bad | September 19, 2006 1:29 PM

The comments to this entry are closed.

 
 

© 2010 The Washington Post Company