610SPOR2 35h_CBSSportsRad_Houston


Clowney Or Mack Would Bring More “Explosion” To The Defense

As Heard On In The Loop
View Comments
photo by:  Joe Robbins/getty images

photo by: Joe Robbins/getty images

InThe Loop With Nick & Lopez
Read More
Featured Items

77820352_8PHOTOS: The Bikini: from the '50s to Now

77820352_8Meet The 6-10s

77820352_8Best 7 Events At The Astrodome

77820352_8World Cup's Hottest Fans

From Our CBS Music Sites

77820352_8JJ Watt Will Deliver Pizza To You?!

77820352_8Photo: Kim Kardashian Shows Off Her Famous Booty & Topless!

77820352_8Reporter Shot At While Covering A Homicide

77820352_8Do’s And Don’ts Of Kissing

Sports Fan Insider

Keep up with your favorite teams and athletes with daily updates.
Sign Up

Houston (SportsRadio 610) - Kareem Jackson joined In The Loop with Nick Wright and John Lopez to discuss this weeks upcoming draft.  He had no specific insight into the Texans plans but had some very interesting thoughts on some of the prospects.

Jackson addressed the concept of players stock rising or, in the case of Teddy Bridgewater, falling after their final collegiate season has been completed.  “Talent is talent, I mean like you said, you cut the tape on and the guy is making plays I mean, that is all that matters, I mean all these interviews and questions,  some guys aren’t you know, ready for those things” .  Jackson is a believer in judging players based on what they do on the field rather than some of the other ways players are judge throughout the draft process. “The only thing that matters is that when you cut that tape on he is producing and he is doing it the right way.”

When asked about which quarterbacks he had watched and liked in this year’s draft he mentioned the big three but left room for others, “I also like AJ from my school, he has won a lot, he knows what it takes”.

Jackson, however, is not sold that it has to be a quaterback with the first pick.  When he was asked about the Texans bringing in  Jadeveon Clowney or Khalil Mack he said “It could definitely add some more explosion” and then elaborated on his rationale.  “We had some guys last year that was also, you know, explosive as well like Antonio Smith but he’s not here anymore”.  He also thinks that the addition of another elite play maker would create more diversity in their schemes, “We could definitely do a lot more games with them upfront.”


View Comments
blog comments powered by Disqus