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BigTT
11-28-2009, 05:03 AM
Before I start I want to say I come in peace. Although, unasked I would like to say from the standpoint of a division rival what I see and more importantly what I don't, from the Texans. Firstly I see several true stars on both sides of the ball. Johnson rips the Titans a new one twice a year, schaub, when healthy is very, very good. Good Te's, and the other recievers are also good. On D mario is a very good player, just maybe not pick number one good. A very good set of young lb's. The problem I think is the lack of identity for the team. What I mean is, what are the Texans? When Fisher and company came to Tennessee they realized the easiest way to the playoffs is winning the division, they built the team to beat the then division rivals the steelers. And fish has been very sucessful in that with a record of something like 12-5 all time vs the sqeelers. Later the Ravens built their team to beat the Titans. When the divisions changed the colts did the same, built to beat the Titans. I guess I am saying that the Texans don't really seem to have a plan, they have really nice players but are you a finese team, a power team, a little of both? The truth is that other than the nightmare of trying to stop johnson nothing scares the leauge about the Texans. I mean come on Chris Brown at running back, I was cracking up when the tv announcers kept saying what a powerback he is. He is a 230 lbs marshmellow, that was why we let him go. He couldn't get the tough yards, not even close. Take it for what its worth as a fan, and truthfully I hope you don't figure it out. I would like 12-4 all time to continue.

texanskan
11-28-2009, 09:31 AM
Before I start I want to say I come in peace. Although, unasked I would like to say from the standpoint of a division rival what I see and more importantly what I don't, from the Texans. Firstly I see several true stars on both sides of the ball. Johnson rips the Titans a new one twice a year, schaub, when healthy is very, very good. Good Te's, and the other recievers are also good. On D mario is a very good player, just maybe not pick number one good. A very good set of young lb's. The problem I think is the lack of identity for the team. What I mean is, what are the Texans? When Fisher and company came to Tennessee they realized the easiest way to the playoffs is winning the division, they built the team to beat the then division rivals the steelers. And fish has been very sucessful in that with a record of something like 12-5 all time vs the sqeelers. Later the Ravens built their team to beat the Titans. When the divisions changed the colts did the same, built to beat the Titans. I guess I am saying that the Texans don't really seem to have a plan, they have really nice players but are you a finese team, a power team, a little of both? The truth is that other than the nightmare of trying to stop johnson nothing scares the leauge about the Texans. I mean come on Chris Brown at running back, I was cracking up when the tv announcers kept saying what a powerback he is. He is a 230 lbs marshmellow, that was why we let him go. He couldn't get the tough yards, not even close. Take it for what its worth as a fan, and truthfully I hope you don't figure it out. I would like 12-4 all time to continue.

It's called paragraphs bro.

Texans problem imo is Kubiak. I like the guy and wish we win out and go 11-5 but like you said the Texans have the talent and I believe it's playoffs or bust.

gg no re
11-28-2009, 11:38 AM
I believe the mindset is that we're "trying" to be built to beat the Colts (which would continue the chain of madness mentioned in your post)

Unfortunately, someone didn't delete the line in the mission statement about shooting ourselves in the foot whenever we had them on the ropes.

Imatexanfan
11-28-2009, 05:11 PM
My problem is we should've drafted VY when we had a chance, now that we didn't that will haunt us for the rest of his time playing against us...:choke:

thunderkyss
11-28-2009, 08:07 PM
My problem is we should've drafted VY when we had a chance, now that we didn't that will haunt us for the rest of his time playing against us...:choke:

Get real.

Did Vince block two field goals? or was it just his presence on the sidelines that threw off the Earth's rotational orbit?

We're 12-1 against the best QB in the league.. & you're worried about Vince?

Blazing Arrow
11-28-2009, 09:23 PM
Get real.

Did Vince block two field goals? or was it just his presence on the sidelines that threw off the Earth's rotational orbit?

We're 12-1 against the best QB in the league.. & you're worried about Vince?

What QB are you 12-1 against?

Honoring Earl 34
11-28-2009, 09:26 PM
What QB are you 12-1 against?

Hey ... this is like the German's bombing Pearl Harbor . We know what he meant , let him go .

Blazing Arrow
11-28-2009, 10:08 PM
Hey ... this is like the German's bombing Pearl Harbor . We know what he meant , let him go .

Actually I am still very much confused and your Germans bombing Harbor comment has me even more lost.

Scooter
11-28-2009, 11:01 PM
Actually I am still very much confused and your Germans bombing Harbor comment has me even more lost.

forget it, he's rolling.

MeLoveTexans
11-28-2009, 11:05 PM
Get real.

Did Vince block two field goals? or was it just his presence on the sidelines that threw off the Earth's rotational orbit?

We're 12-1 against the best QB in the league.. & you're worried about Vince?


1-12 i think you meant. not to be an asshole or anything

Blazing Arrow
11-28-2009, 11:21 PM
forget it, he's rolling.

That means something very much different I think in CA then it does in TX.

LonerATO
11-28-2009, 11:45 PM
That means something very much different I think in CA then it does in TX.

X or ecstasy is the same and most of the stuff come from the Netherlands. I think he meant that he was on a roll?

TheIronDuke
11-29-2009, 12:00 AM
Actually I am still very much confused and your Germans bombing Harbor comment has me even more lost.

You've had to have seen one of the greatest movie comedies "Animal House" to get the reference.

Showtime100
11-29-2009, 12:05 AM
You've had to have seen one of the greatest movie comedies "Animal House" to get the reference.

BA is not rolling. FOODFIGHT!!

Blazing Arrow
11-29-2009, 01:09 PM
You've had to have seen one of the greatest movie comedies "Animal House" to get the reference.

OK got it now. Sounded familiar but have not seen the movie in a few years.

thunderkyss
11-30-2009, 07:26 AM
1-12 i think you meant. not to be an asshole or anything

Correct.

Actually I should have said 1-15.

Texan_Bill
11-30-2009, 07:47 AM
OK got it now. Sounded familiar but have not seen the movie in a few years.

Classic: Germans Bombed Pearl Harbor (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8lT1o0sDwI)

beerlover
11-30-2009, 07:57 AM
The Texans have their identity- finesse, play-action zone blocking, 4-3 soft zone defense who struggle to close games they should win :texflag:

BY1401
11-30-2009, 08:41 AM
When the divisions changed the colts did the same, built to beat the Titans.

Yeah, not so much.

Polian built the Colts around Manning and stuck with the same philosophy he had while he was with the Bills.

BigTT
11-30-2009, 01:02 PM
You mean that bills team that the Titans beat in the Music City Miracle?

Texan_Bill
11-30-2009, 01:26 PM
You mean that bills team that the Titans beat in the Music City Miracle?

How is that relevnt to Bill Polian? He wasn't in Buffalo during that game. In fact, he was with a Colts team that went 13-3 that year.

BigTT
11-30-2009, 02:07 PM
I asked didn't I?

BY1401
11-30-2009, 03:32 PM
You mean that bills team that the Titans beat in the Music City Miracle?

Yeah, not so much.

Try the Bills teams of the late 80s and early 90s.

spurstexanstros
11-30-2009, 05:57 PM
Before I start I want to say I come in peace. Although, unasked I would like to say from the standpoint of a division rival what I see and more importantly what I don't, from the Texans. Firstly I see several true stars on both sides of the ball. Johnson rips the Titans a new one twice a year, schaub, when healthy is very, very good. Good Te's, and the other recievers are also good. On D mario is a very good player, just maybe not pick number one good. A very good set of young lb's. The problem I think is the lack of identity for the team. What I mean is, what are the Texans? When Fisher and company came to Tennessee they realized the easiest way to the playoffs is winning the division, they built the team to beat the then division rivals the steelers. And fish has been very sucessful in that with a record of something like 12-5 all time vs the sqeelers. Later the Ravens built their team to beat the Titans. When the divisions changed the colts did the same, built to beat the Titans. I guess I am saying that the Texans don't really seem to have a plan, they have really nice players but are you a finese team, a power team, a little of both? The truth is that other than the nightmare of trying to stop johnson nothing scares the leauge about the Texans. I mean come on Chris Brown at running back, I was cracking up when the tv announcers kept saying what a powerback he is. He is a 230 lbs marshmellow, that was why we let him go. He couldn't get the tough yards, not even close. Take it for what its worth as a fan, and truthfully I hope you don't figure it out. I would like 12-4 all time to continue.

hmmm I hate to say I told you so but didnt I mention that titan fan would remember where our board was..... I guess winning cures amnesia.


Sorry for the late reply , but I am back from vacation and first visit since the Mon night game...


Congrats Titan fan your kicker was better than ours and to say that the penalties was slightly imbalanced would demean the word imbalance.....

As I have said when the Titans win it is because of their kicker (Kubiak era) Monday night was no exception.

VY still sucks...1, 2 3, run I blame the texans for not playing qb spy.....despite Yesterdays game I would make him beat us with his arm,

Props to your guys they got over on us.