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fdknuckles
12-09-2006, 09:48 PM
It seems as if every week it is one part or another of the overall "Texans" game holding them back, whethet it's -5 passing yards or -3 turnovers. Where did we go wrong??? What will fix our beloed Texans?
What are the missing pieces we need to get to the playoffs?:brickwall

TheRealJoker
12-09-2006, 09:51 PM
A winning attitude. We need to bring in guys with backgrounds on winning teams in free agency and the draft.

Only then can we be able to get the losing stinch of the Capers/Casserly era out of Houston forever!!!

Hulk75
12-09-2006, 09:55 PM
I am flat tired of this, just say what you want to say and stop beating around the bush!

If your asking for real then here it is,................

NO BODY NO TEAM could care less about our running game, Wali Lundy OOOOOOOOO! Ron Dayne, "watch out he could get lose and rush for 100+:rolleyes: , it is all on the Passing game each and every game it is on the passing games sholders and that is too much for them right now, YOU cant go into a game with NO running game, you cant be 1 demetional, Defenses will eat your face, In order for the PA to work there must be something there to fake!

TEXANRED
12-09-2006, 09:56 PM
A QB that can win shoot outs.

A running game.

An offensive line.

A second WR that can stretch the field.

Another pass rush DE

A DT

A CB

Two OLB'S

Two Safeties.

A FG kicker who can make field goals.

And a punter that kicks over 20 yards.

Once we get those couple of areas shored up we should be cherry!

How many rounds are in the draft?

MrMeToo
12-09-2006, 09:58 PM
David Carr is one of the,if not the biggest,problems holding us back.Mistakes and no leadership have set us back time and time again...

Hulk75
12-09-2006, 09:58 PM
A QB that can win shoot outs.

A running game.

An offensive line.
A second WR that can stretch the field.

Another pass rush DE

A DT

A CB

Two OLB'S

Two Safeties.

A FG kicker who can make field goals.

And a punter that kicks over 20 yards.

Once we get those couple of areas shored up we should be cherry!

How many rounds are in the draft?

Funny it could get to be pretty hard to win shoot outs if your line is bad (AGAIN)

stingray
12-09-2006, 10:00 PM
A QB that can win shoot outs.

A running game.

An offensive line.

A second WR that can stretch the field.

Another pass rush DE

A DT

A CB

Two OLB'S

Two Safeties.

A FG kicker who can make field goals.

And a punter that kicks over 20 yards.

Once we get those couple of areas shored up we should be cherry!

How many rounds are in the draft?

That's it, you forgot peace in the middle east!!

TNTitan
12-09-2006, 10:17 PM
A winning attitude. We need to bring in guys with backgrounds on winning teams in free agency and the draft.

Only then can we be able to get the losing stinch of the Capers/Casserly era out of Houston forever!!!


boy, that could have been solved last April

Brandon420tx
12-10-2006, 12:49 AM
Oh god, not everyone wanted Vince Young.

We already have double the wins from last year, sometimes it takes baby steps, chill out people.

mexican_texan
12-10-2006, 12:52 AM
Injuries have set us back quite a bit. No running game? Domanick Davis. No protection? Spencer and Weigart...and to a certain extent Flannagan.

TNTitan
12-10-2006, 09:05 AM
Oh god, not everyone wanted Vince Young.

We already have double the wins from last year, sometimes it takes baby steps, chill out people.

your right, all the others wanted reggie bush!

Revolution
12-10-2006, 09:19 AM
your right, all the others wanted reggie bush!

Nope, I wanted Mario. :mario3: :mario2: :mario:

While Vince may turn out to be the better pick, I based my selection on Kubiak saying he could turn Carr around. He has helped him to improve his stats. Kubiak cannot make the decisions on the field and cannot make him more of a leader than he is. Carr has all the physical tools and this is why Kubiak said he could turn him around. Unfortunately, Carr's psyche was torn apart the first 4 years and I just don't know if his career is salvageable. His career with the Texans is on the line these last 4 games.

Tulip
12-10-2006, 10:39 AM
Lack of leadership. It's really that simple.

brewhaus
12-10-2006, 10:43 AM
Lack of leadership. It's really that simple.

Learning how to win is another obsticle the Texans are overcoming. Filling the leadership void should help out with the learning process too. :twocents:

White Runningback
12-10-2006, 11:05 AM
If Carr is no longer the QB of this team at the end of the year, will Carr apologists do an about-face and admit they were wrong? I know that there are more things wrong with this team than just it's QB play, but he's been the common denominator for the last 4.5 years, right?

Besides, what starting QB hasn't thrown a TD in the last 6 games and has ever passed for negative net yards?

TNTitan
12-10-2006, 11:20 AM
Nope, I wanted Mario. :mario3: :mario2: :mario:

While Vince may turn out to be the better pick, I based my selection on Kubiak saying he could turn Carr around. He has helped him to improve his stats. Kubiak cannot make the decisions on the field and cannot make him more of a leader than he is. Carr has all the physical tools and this is why Kubiak said he could turn him around. Unfortunately, Carr's psyche was torn apart the first 4 years and I just don't know if his career is salvageable. His career with the Texans is on the line these last 4 games.

sure you did

ArlingtonTexan
12-10-2006, 12:00 PM
There is not enough core NFL starting quality players on the Texans to be consistently successful as a whole.

Revolution
12-10-2006, 06:27 PM
sure you did

This coming from a fan of a team that has a racoon as its mascot...

:brickwall :francis: :shoot:

wolfscar
12-10-2006, 06:38 PM
A QB that can win shoot outs and passing plays that go more than five yards.

A running game.

An offensive line.

A second WR that can stretch the field and a first WR that can catch.

Another pass rush DE

A DT

A CB#1 so Dunta can go to #2 where he's at his best

Two OLB'S

A FS who can cover.

A FG kicker who can make field goals.

And a punter that kicks over 20 yards.

Once we get those couple of areas shored up we should be cherry!

How many rounds are in the draft?

Made a few changes - with those I agree 100%

Goldeagle
12-10-2006, 06:41 PM
Overcoming half-assed fans as well.

Heh

Nashville-Titan
12-10-2006, 06:42 PM
Once you guys get a new offense, defense, special teams and coaching, you should be ok. First start with a new front office.