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silvrhand
09-29-2013, 07:00 PM
Today was an epic Conserviak gameplan, and the fact he'll never pull Matt Schaub I'm back on the soap bandwagon.. Give me Coach Cower..

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fiasco west
09-29-2013, 07:04 PM
Well...Kubiak tried to go aggressive...for once we all wished he would have just ran the ball...

TheIronDuke
09-29-2013, 07:11 PM
Cowher hasnt coached for years, what makes you think he wants to? McNair is as loyal to Kubes as Kubes is to Marciano.

silvrhand
09-29-2013, 07:12 PM
Well...Kubiak tried to go aggressive...for once we all wished he would have just ran the ball...

That was way late in the game.. he should have never let his foot off the gas, then the end of the second half, if Pete Carroll doesn't call a timeout he runs the clock out.. but instead we get three.

Kubiak plays not to lose, instead of to win.. The post game press conference proves the point now.

silvrhand
09-29-2013, 07:12 PM
Cowher hasnt coached for years, what makes you think he wants to? McNair is as loyal to Kubes as Kubes is to Marciano.

Yah not sure how likely he is to come back but would be nice. :texflag:

DX-TEX
09-29-2013, 07:17 PM
I GUARANTEE Chucky would kill to coach this team. KILL.

Hervoyel
09-29-2013, 07:23 PM
I GUARANTEE Chucky would kill to coach this team. KILL.

Maybe literally.

PockyAF
09-29-2013, 07:29 PM
think ya'll need to step it up and throw Kubiak a blanket party

HouTx11
09-29-2013, 07:36 PM
Well...Kubiak tried to go aggressive...for once we all wished he would have just ran the ball...

Was about to post about this. Throwing the ball up for grabs when your receiver already has a defender on him when you are up by 7 with only 2:51 left hardly screams conservative to me. But I must say that Schaub should've been smart enough there to either throw it away or eat the dirt. They were already out of Bullock's range anyways.

Bad decision by Schaub that did directly costed the Texans a win today.

Pantherstang84
09-29-2013, 08:58 PM
I GUARANTEE Chucky would kill to coach this team. KILL.

This team really needs a Chucky type coach. Someone to put a boot up their back side.

OzzO
09-29-2013, 09:12 PM
What about a Bench Matty Picksix scent?

SchaubApologist
09-29-2013, 09:15 PM
I GUARANTEE Chucky would kill to coach this team. KILL.

No No No, please not him!

I would rather have Kubiak.

If McNair makes a move, I suspect Kevin Sumlin will be high on his list.

Pantherstang84
09-29-2013, 09:17 PM
No No No, please not him!

I would rather have Kubiak.

If McNair makes a move, I suspect Kevin Sumlin will be high on his list.

No No No not him and his gimmick offense!!!!! Let him stay in Aggieland.

houstonspartan
09-29-2013, 09:19 PM
I GUARANTEE Chucky would kill to coach this team. KILL.

And I GUARANTEE you will see my ass shipping my season tickets back to McNair if we hire that FRAUD.

He is the Lane Kiffin of the NFL.

SchaubApologist
09-29-2013, 09:31 PM
No No No not him and his gimmick offense!!!!! Let him stay in Aggieland.

At least Sumlin would bring in a new system.

Gruden runs a west coast offense. No thanks.

Pantherstang84
09-29-2013, 09:34 PM
at least sumlin would bring in a new gimmick.

Gruden runs a west coast offense. No thanks.

fify

SchaubApologist
09-29-2013, 09:38 PM
fify

I don't view the spread/no huddle offense as a gimmick.

The NFL is gravitating towards it whether you like it or not.

DocBar
09-29-2013, 09:39 PM
Cowher and Chucky are both overrated. I'll stick with the staff we have, minus Marciano(he's absolutely gotta go), and go with a change at QB. I believe that Kubiak is a good coach but he's too damned loyal to the albatrosses that hang around his neck. The four games played this year have convinced me that Kubiak is shackled by Schaub, not Schaub by Kubiak. If Kubiak can find it in his heart to put Schaub on the bench and really turn Yates or Keenum lose, this team would be better off for it and Kubiak could keep his job. There is no honor in falling on the sword for standing behind a loser. Of course, if Kubiak refuses to change, maybe I'm misunderestimating his coaching ability. If we miss the AFCG, or worse yet the playoffs altogether, Kubiak is committing career suicide by sticking with Schaub.

OzzO
09-29-2013, 09:41 PM
/\ agree 100% DocBar

Pantherstang84
09-29-2013, 09:42 PM
I don't view the spread/no huddle offense as a gimmick.

The NFL is gravitating towards it whether you like it or not.

Yeah. Ask the Sea Chickens how effective it was today. I reject the premise that NFL teams are gravitating towards it. A few teams are experimenting with it and having limited success a la Chip Kelly. Eventually NFL DCs figure the gimmick out and shut it down.

SchaubApologist
09-29-2013, 09:45 PM
Cowher and Chucky are both overrated. I'll stick with the staff we have, minus Marciano(he's absolutely gotta go), and go with a change at QB. I believe that Kubiak is a good coach but he's too damned loyal to the albatrosses that hang around his neck. The four games played this year have convinced me that Kubiak is shackled by Schaub, not Schaub by Kubiak. If Kubiak can find it in his heart to put Schaub on the bench and really turn Yates or Keenum lose, this team would be better off for it and Kubiak could keep his job. There is no honor in falling on the sword for standing behind a loser. Of course, if Kubiak refuses to change, maybe I'm misunderestimating his coaching ability. If we miss the AFCG, or worse yet the playoffs altogether, Kubiak is committing career suicide by sticking with Schaub.

Grammar Police!!

I believe the word you are looking for is "loose".

Carry on.

SchaubApologist
09-29-2013, 09:50 PM
Yeah. Ask the Sea Chickens how effective it was today. I reject the premise that NFL teams are gravitating towards it. A few teams are experimenting with it and having limited success a la Chip Kelly. Eventually NFL DCs figure the gimmick out and shut it down.

Many teams utilize this offense. Let me give you the top 3:

Denver
New England
Green Bay

DocBar
09-29-2013, 09:56 PM
Grammar Police!!

I believe the word you are looking for is "loose".

Carry on.Touche without the accent.

DocBar
09-29-2013, 10:03 PM
Yeah. Ask the Sea Chickens how effective it was today. I reject the premise that NFL teams are gravitating towards it. A few teams are experimenting with it and having limited success a la Chip Kelly. Eventually NFL DCs figure the gimmick out and shut it down.The no huddle has been working for around 30 yrs. Teams come and go with it, but many use it quite regularly outside of 2 minute drills. The spread offense of today is little more than the chuck and duck (Run and Shoot for you old school Oiler fans) revisited. That offense gets shut down in crunch time when you need to control the clock.

All in all, it depends on who can execute better.

Pollardized
09-29-2013, 10:12 PM
The no huddle has been working for around 30 yrs. Teams come and go with it, but many use it quite regularly outside of 2 minute drills. The spread offense of today is little more than the chuck and duck (Run and Shoot for you old school Oiler fans) revisited. That offense gets shut down in crunch time when you need to control the clock.

All in all, it depends on who can execute better.

Man when I saw those 5 wide offensive sets from the a Texans today I was having run and shoot flashback. Kept hoping to see Warren Moon jog out for the Texans. Instead we just had good ol Matt "Concrete Shoes" Schaub out there...

DocBar
09-29-2013, 10:26 PM
Man when I saw those 5 wide offensive sets from the a Texans today I was having run and shoot flashback. Kept hoping to see Warren Moon jog out for the Texans. Instead we just had good ol Matt "Concrete Shoes" Schaub out there...I was excited, too until everything went to either AJ or a TE. Schaub just can't seem to get past his security blankets. I didn't have the game on the big screen today (thanks to Sunday Ticket blacking it out in El Centro, Ca for some freaking reason) but I'm sure DHop and the other WR's were open more than once or twice during the game.

Sway
09-29-2013, 10:38 PM
Well...Kubiak tried to go aggressive...for once we all wished he would have just ran the ball...

I may have missed a lot on the board, but we just got back to Boerne from the game, and havent seen anything from tv.... just a little on 610 afterwards.

How was Kubiak aggressive? The majority of the 2nd half, he only ran the ball; I've call that clock management and pretty conservative. Other viewpoints? First half we played very well, I think the best we have this season and 3rd quarter comes and we can't convert on squat? Tate fumbles and gets benched... i get it, but there was a pretty good RB duo going prior to that atrocious turnover.... very frustrating!! Again, sorry if I'm saying anything that's been covered already I'll keep reading the thread now.

mike moffat
09-29-2013, 10:44 PM
I said it in another thread. So I am repeating my disgust with Schuab.

We would have been better off with Tim Tebow out there in the 2nd half! At least he can run for positive yards!

We got our butts handed to us by the mobile Seattle QB.

Gotta feel for the defense. Busting their rears and getting another heart breaking loss.

Should never blow a 20-3 3rd. quarter lead. How embarassing can it get.

aussie_texan
09-29-2013, 11:00 PM
kubiack isnt the problem nor is it our gameplan nor is it the zone-blocking WCO scheme.
i have backed schaub every year but now i see that he is the one hindering this team. bring the soaps out for schaub not kubiack

The Third Man
09-29-2013, 11:36 PM
I was excited, too until everything went to either AJ or a TE. Schaub just can't seem to get past his security blankets. I didn't have the game on the big screen today (thanks to Sunday Ticket blacking it out in El Centro, Ca for some freaking reason) but I'm sure DHop and the other WR's were open more than once or twice during the game.

Well, Schaub hit Keyshawn "Little Hands of Concrete" Martin pretty much on target, but the ball was promptly dropped. Schaub deserves the blame for much of the loss, but it would make things a lot easier if the team had a reliable slot receiver.

midway
09-29-2013, 11:40 PM
Throwing the ball up for grabs when your receiver already has a defender on him when you are up by 7 with only 2:51 left hardly screams conservative to me.

That's neither conservative nor aggressive, it's just ****ing stupid. And that wasn't an aggressive playcall anyway, it was a god damn dump-off to the TE.

DocBar
09-29-2013, 11:48 PM
Well, Schaub hit Keyshawn "Little Hands of Concrete" Martin pretty much on target, but the ball was promptly dropped. Schaub deserves the blame for much of the loss, but it would make things a lot easier if the team had a reliable slot receiver.It would also make things easier if Schaub targeted anyone not named AJ or TE for 3/4 of the game. Martin was probably too shocked to catch the ball.

eriadoc
09-30-2013, 12:41 AM
Anyone up for photoshopping a Fire Schaubiak soap? Prefer the pink, though.

thunderkyss
09-30-2013, 07:14 AM
On the bright side, the last time they were wanting to fire Coughlin, he won a Super Bowl.

Thorn
09-30-2013, 07:23 AM
Please, anybody but Gruden. There's just something about him I can't tolerate. I swear I'd rather keep a constipated Kubiak here than bring in Gruden. And I hate Kubiak.

sandman
09-30-2013, 07:51 AM
We got our butts handed to us by the mobile Seattle QB.



Let me see if I get this correct:

Seattle scored one offensive TD.

Seattle kicked two FG's in regulation, one of which was after they recovered a fumble on the Houston 21 and could not gain a single yard.

Seattle had 5 series where they gained 0 or negative yards.

Seattle punted 6 times

Seattle had two turnovers

Seattle gained 50% of their TOTAL yards in regulation on their one TD drive in the third quarter

Wilson had over 50 yards of his total 77 rushing yards for the game on that same drive

There was absolutely NOTHING about a mobile QB on the other team that was the cause for any butts getting handed to anyone.

No, let's talk about Schaub's Red Zone INT in the first quarter. Or settling for a field goal in the second quarter after recovering a fumble at the Seattle 19. Or the Pick Six - of ALL the plays - that tied the game up. Or the fact that EVERY SINGLE possession in the second half resulted in a punt or a turnover than lead to points for Seattle. There are only so many stops that the defense can make, especially with ANOTHER Pick Six thrown into the mix.

No, the Texans got their butts handed to them by an immobile QB wearing their own uniform.

steelbtexan
09-30-2013, 09:30 AM
Cowher and Chucky are both overrated. I'll stick with the staff we have, minus Marciano(he's absolutely gotta go), and go with a change at QB. I believe that Kubiak is a good coach but he's too damned loyal to the albatrosses that hang around his neck. The four games played this year have convinced me that Kubiak is shackled by Schaub, not Schaub by Kubiak. If Kubiak can find it in his heart to put Schaub on the bench and really turn Yates or Keenum lose, this team would be better off for it and Kubiak could keep his job. There is no honor in falling on the sword for standing behind a loser. Of course, if Kubiak refuses to change, maybe I'm misunderestimating his coaching ability. If we miss the AFCG, or worse yet the playoffs altogether, Kubiak is committing career suicide by sticking with Schaub.

Overrated? you mean like SB winning HC's overrated?

What has Gary ever won in his lifetime as a HC?

Give me a SB winning HC over Gary every day and twice on Sunday's. I say hire Jay Gruden (He's cheaper) and keep the WC offense so the changeover wont be to traumatic.

BoB doesn't want traumatic.

eriadoc
09-30-2013, 10:05 AM
Wilson had over 50 yards of his total 77 rushing yards for the game on that same drive

There was absolutely NOTHING about a mobile QB on the other team that was the cause for any butts getting handed to anyone.

Those two statements don't fit each other. Wilson made plays with his feet when his team needed them. It probably wouldn't have been enough to win if it weren't for Schaub, but those plays mattered.

silvrhand
09-30-2013, 10:55 AM
Scaub was at least a 10 point swing, the interception in the red zone, and the pick 6 touchdown.

Mr teX
09-30-2013, 11:15 AM
Scaub was at least a 10 point swing, the interception in the red zone, and the pick 6 touchdown.

I don't put the int in the red zone squarely on him...If i recall, it was a 3 step drop, meaning the ball's gotta come out fast...plus OD had a shot at it..it hit him in his hands twice. Noone was running a deep route on that play. Apart from that, you don't have time to come off your primary read and go to someone else on those type of plays.

....Like i said in the game thread Seattle did their homework & knew it was coming which is why so many damn defenders were in the vicinity....plus it was run on the short side of the field..

eriadoc
09-30-2013, 11:45 AM
I don't put the int in the red zone squarely on him...If i recall, it was a 3 step drop, meaning the ball's gotta come out fast...plus OD had a shot at it..it hit him in his hands twice. Noone was running a deep route on that play. Apart from that, you don't have time to come off your primary read and go to someone else on those type of plays.

....Like i said in the game thread Seattle did their homework & knew it was coming which is why so many damn defenders were in the vicinity....plus it was run on the short side of the field..

That INT was squarely on Schaub. OD was bracketed and the defender jumped in front of it and got a hand on it. OD subsequently got a hand on it, but that ball never reached him cleanly. Since it was already in the air from the first defender, he had to try and make a play on it. Schaub should have never thrown that ball.