Let me start by saying that I've never been a real fan of Chester Pitts. I will, however, give him credit for starting every Houston Texans game in team history. That streak will come to an end this Sunday when the Texans host divisional rival Jacksonville as Pitts has suffered an MCL injury. He is expected to miss three to four weeks. When he played left tackle, it appeared Pitts was in over his head. Perhaps some of that blame can be placed on the perpetually gun shy David Carr (that is, if Texans fans can even remember the dark days when Carr "led" the team). After moving inside, Pitts plays a solid if not spectacular left guard. But Pitts is (seemingly) a nice guy. He played the oboe in his younger days. He smiles. I'm not saying there i ...
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