This isn’t a dialogue." 2019 NFL Free AgencyReal Womens Natrell Jamerson Jersey , Actual, Thought-Provoking Texans AnalysisYES, OF COURSE, The Texans Should Sign Gerald McCoyNew,38commentsThis isn’t a dialogue. CDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:YES, OF COURSE, The Texans Should Sign Gerald McCoyTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Michael Reaves/Getty ImagesYesterday there was one BIG piece of football news. Gerald McCoy was released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after a nine year employee-employer relationship. McCoy was tired of all the losing and toiling away on the league’s worst defense Nick Martin Jersey White , so he was looking to be traded.The Bucs were happy to remove his salary from their books once the relationship became too frayed to mend, and now reports are that Ndamukong Suh will take McCoy’s place in Tampa Bay. Now McCoy is a free agent, able to play football wherever in the world he wants. McCoy is on the downturn as he enters his age 31 season, but he’s been a consistent interior pass rusher throughout his career and is still a very good one. Last year was a down year for him, yet he still posted 6 sacks and 21 quarterback hits. The Texans have zero interior pass rushing whatsoever. D.J. Reader, Angelo Blackson, Joel Heath DeAndre Hopkins Jersey , and Brandon Dunn are all pretty much the same player replicated with the same skills. They can play the run, but they can’t rush the passer. Last season they combined for 3 sacks. McCoy had more sacks last season than Blackson, Heath, Reader, and Dunn have each had in their entire individual careers. Houston’s pass rush is just J.J. Watt and Jadeveon Clowney. When they don’t get to the quarterback, no one does. The Texans don’t have a secondary that can make up for their rush either. Their entire pass defense is dependent on Watt and Clowney. Brian Gaine has needed to add an interior pass rusher for months now. He hasn’t done it. Here’s his chance to, and he’s going to have to pay for it. Even if it takes two years and $30 million http://www.thetexanslockerroom.com/authentic-derek-newton-jersey , the Texans should bring McCoy in. In free agency, you don’t pay a player what he’s worth; you pay what it costs to bring him to your team. It’s inefficient, but it’s what has to be done to fill the holes. This isn’t a discussion or a dialogue or a jumping off point to other discussions. The Texans should sign Gerald McCoy. At least this time they won.But the Saints were still concerned to say the least about the latest officiating mistake in their building, after last night’s clock-keeping screwup in their win over the Texans.Officials cost the Saints 15 seconds at the end of the first half, time which could have been quite valuable in a close game. Kicker Will Lutz missed a 56-yard field goal after the mishap, when they ostensibly could have gotten closer. And after they were jammed out of a Super Bowl trip last year by a clear and obvious error by officials, the Saints were rightly disturbed.“I still don’t know what the deal was Womens Johnathan Joseph Jersey ,” quarterback Drew Brees said, via Katherine Terrell of TheAthletic.com. “Someone came up to me in the locker room and acknowledged that a mistake was made, that 10 seconds should not have run off but they should’ve had 31 seconds left. Instead, we only had 16. So, listen, that can’t happen. I mean, that’s a game-changer Womens Julien Davenport Jersey , right? We had to kick a 58-yard field goal or whatever it was. . . . If we had 15 more seconds, are you kidding me? We’re going to get closer. That’s a game-changer. That can’t happen.”And yet it did.The result of last night’s game allowed them to process it with humor, anyway.“It wouldn’t be the first time they messed up a call,” linebacker Demario Davis said. “It’s Week One for everybody.”The NFL is probably fortunate that the Saints didn’t need the points, or Sean Payton would probably be on the phone with some high-ranking officials in New York, using loud and angry words. If he hasn’t been already.