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GP
09-04-2005, 02:00 PM
"The Texans' poor showing against the Bucs in a 38-14 loss was eerily similar to their bad performance against the Steelers in the preseason last year. It's no big deal for the Eagles to lose 37-14 to the Jets because they didn't play their starters. The Texans had their starters out there in the first half and looked bad. This is a talented team that should do better. David Carr was particularly bad, with two interceptions."

ESPN Insider John Clayton.

Scottyboy
09-04-2005, 02:36 PM
Hasn't anyone NOticed!!! Our coachs are by far the worst in the League!!

I love the Texans, and think we have alot of Talent, but I think Jammie Sharper said it best, when he critized Capers, and then found himself cut this year!!!

Capers, Palmer- Should be at the College Level! Honestly??

EXTRA NOTE: If you play MADDEN 06' Notice the Texans have the Worst coaching staff!! ALL IN THE 60's overall!! HOW HIDIOUS!! and EA gets thier Ratings right!!! Please someone on this post agree with me!!!

FIRE CAPERS!!!! :goodnight

GO TEXANS!!! :texflag:

ATX
09-04-2005, 02:52 PM
"The Texans' poor showing against the Bucs in a 38-14 loss was eerily similar to their bad performance against the Steelers in the preseason last year. It's no big deal for the Eagles to lose 37-14 to the Jets because they didn't play their starters. The Texans had their starters out there in the first half and looked bad. This is a talented team that should do better. David Carr was particularly bad, with two interceptions."

ESPN Insider John Clayton.

He said we had our starters out there the first half. I thought we only had them out for a couple of series. I agree Carr looked bad and that the texans should do better, but it's not like the 1st t eam was out there the whole half stinking it up. maybe i'm wrong, i missed the last game.

touttail
09-04-2005, 06:32 PM
Capers played the first team offense more than he intended to. He was trying to get them to "do something" positive!

Bobby 119C :brickwall

Corrosion
09-04-2005, 06:37 PM
Capers played the first team offense more than he intended to. He was trying to get them to "do something" positive!

Bobby 119C :brickwall


Yes , they played into the second quarter .... the first team offense had a gradn total of 9 yards gained and two turn-overs after the first quarter.

Scottyboy
09-04-2005, 08:38 PM
Yeh! Go Texans! :texflag:

Porky
09-04-2005, 09:48 PM
Yes , they played into the second quarter .... the first team offense had a gradn total of 9 yards gained and two turn-overs after the first quarter.

That's 36 yards a game. Woohoo! Super Bowl here we come! :whoohoo:

Wolf
09-04-2005, 09:52 PM
That's 36 yards a game. Woohoo! Super Bowl here we come! :whoohoo:


As long as we play Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh :heh:

It was the most bizarre football game in NFL history. The division-leading Steelers were 7-4-1, and hosting the 3-9 last place Texans. How much money would you have bet on Pittsburgh, at home, versus Houston on December 8th. if you knew that Pittsburgh would have 24 first downs to Houstonís three, would out-rush them 128-37, would out-pass them 294-10, and would have the ball 40 minutes of the game. And, as a bonus, you could take the Steelers and get 17 points. I know how much Iíd have bet, and Iíd be in a bread line today. Guess who wound up with a 24-6 win. Bizarre doesnít begin to do this game justice.

http://www.sportsjunkie.info/Seattle%20Mariners.htm