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Wharton
10-16-2005, 08:45 PM
I have just watch the first quarter of the Seahawk game and the score is 14-0. ESPN did a close-up of the Texans bench and given the expression on the players’ faces and their body language, I would say this game is over.

The coaches are talking to the players who are not looking back at the coaches or what the coaches are presenting to them like a clip board or pictures. Their eyes are distance and uninterested and their posture is slouched. It’s obvious that they are somewhere else like Hawaii, Bali, or Tahiti; anywhere but on that football field.

I would like to have seen their faces before the game had started to see if there was any hope.

afcman
10-16-2005, 08:47 PM
As I said in another post....there is a lack of leadership on this team. And a lack of respect. Both of which start with the coach.

Bubbajwp
10-16-2005, 08:54 PM
As I said in another post....there is a lack of leadership on this team. And a lack of respect. Both of which start with the coach.
IMO the biggest problem with our offense is our oline. If not the only problem.
The biggest problem with our defense is everything. Our dline cant get pressure or stop the run. Our linebackers are terrible in pass coverage, cant pressure the QB, Cant stop the run. Our secondary other than Drob is also pretty much terrible. CC Brown has shown some promise. One minute he makes a great tackle the next minute he gives up a sixty yard TD.

Hervoyel
10-16-2005, 10:19 PM
The biggest problem with our defense is everything. Our dline cant get pressure or stop the run. Our linebackers are terrible in pass coverage, cant pressure the QB, Cant stop the run. Our secondary other than Drob is also pretty much terrible. CC Brown has shown some promise. One minute he makes a great tackle the next minute he gives up a sixty yard TD.

**warning, sarcasm ahead**

Yeah but hey, that TJ sure is a real difference maker. He's obviously a big step up from Jerry DeLoach. Good thing we nabbed him when we had the chance huh?

WildBlackBear32
10-16-2005, 10:25 PM
**warning, sarcasm ahead**

Yeah but hey, that TJ sure is a real difference maker. He's obviously a big step up from Jerry DeLoach. Good thing we nabbed him when we had the chance huh?


I like how TJ injured himself for a while on a late hit on Hasselbeck. You know you got a difference maker when the guy takes himself out of the game on a late hit on someone else.

El Tejano
10-16-2005, 11:39 PM
Did we even hit anybody tonight? CC Brown needs to go to Spain so he can become a famous Bull Fighter.