So I posted a fanshot about a week ago about my Bold Predictions for the Season. I really enjoyed writing it, so I decided to start doing it weekly but better. I decided to find some evidence to support my bold and crazy predictions, some stats,videos, examples, etc. I know before I might have went overboard a little bit with some of the predictions, so this time Im going to make predictions within reason. Anyways lets begin this journey of predictions, I hope you all enjoy and I appreciate any feedback.
1. Chad Henne will not only have his second 400 yard passing game of the season but will also have a career day in which he will pass over 417 yards and at least 3 touchdowns.
In 2010 The Houston Texans were not just bad in pass defense, they were atrocious. They were dead last in the league, giving up an average of 267.5 yards per game, that is a whopping 4,280 yards for the year through the air. They also allowed an average of 26.7 points per game which accumulates to 427 points on the season. So pretty much Houston's Defense made any quarterback that faced them look like a pro bowl QB. Our Offense in now an aggressive, attack first offense with alot of speed and talent. Our new offense reminds that of a New Orlean Saints offense, which last year averaged 277.6 yards per game. I believe Henne is starting to become more confident, and develop chemistry with his receivers, tight ends and running backs which will result in Chunk Yardage/Big Plays. Our last advantage and reason why I believe Henne will have a career day is Jason Allen, no need to say more. But I will, Allen as we all know was horrible against well pretty much anybody, especially quick or speedy receivers; so we should see pretty favorable matchups if he has to cover Hartline, Bess, Bush, or Gates.
2. Reggie Bush will have his Miami Dolphin breakout game, accumulating 150 + all purpose yards against this Texan Defense.
As I mentioned previously Henne is developing chemistry with his offense, and considering Bush is probably our X-Factor I believe he has a huge day, especially with his work ethic. I don't really have any stats to back that up except the ones previously stated but I do have this (cross fingers and hope this works)
reggie bush highlights late 2009- early 2010 . new orlean saints (via RupertNorth)
3.The Dolphins beat the Texans (so this one isn't really Bold)
As I stated the Dolphins Offense is going to put up big numbers. And I think there is no way that our Defense is going to put up another game of lackluster, and embarassing play as we did last week especially the very next week. I believe that our Offense will shine this week and our Defense will hold enough that we will get the victory.