Texans Down 'N Dirty: Let's Try This Again Edition

Ok, for most of our long-tenured readers, you'll probably remember when we here at Battle Red Blog did a feature every day called "Texans Down 'N Dirty".  This daily post was designed to scour the internets and provide you with the best Texans links from the previous day so you you didn't have to search around yourself.  Well, let's see if we can bring this thing back.  Here we go...

Jerome Solomon calls Bob McNair and his lack of accountability to task, and explains his vision of what needs to be done from here on out.

Mike Kerns laments the retention of Gary Kubiak, but his new writers seem to think differently.

Last night Bob Allen told everyone what they already expected, that Wade Phillips is the next Texans defensive coordinator.  This report was later retracted.

Diehard Chris did a good job laying out all the key defensive players' reaction to the inevitable switch to a 3-4 that would come with a Wade Phillips hire.

John Hallam goes into more specifics about Mario Williams' reaction to the 3-4 and states his displeasure with how the superstar reacted.

Rivers McCown explains that one player whose reaction may not be important is Bernard Pollard.

Lance Zierlein breaks down the Texans' offense with reviews of their 2010 performances, who is likely to stay and go, and what the Texans may do to fill any holes on that side of the ball.

Lastly, in a shameless plug of self-promotion, if you haven't seen Matt's breakdown of Wade Phillips' 3-4 scheme, you should definitely check it out.

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