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Jottoz
12-06-2009, 04:23 PM
You guys are rough.......

You don't care we were missing all or part of the game the STARTING QB, RB, TE, G, G, S, CB.....

Who is he supposed to be coaching up exactly?

How many games have we lost by less than 7 points?

If we are close enough to lose then we are close enough to win!

Hookem Horns
12-06-2009, 04:28 PM
How many games have we lost by less than 7 points?

If we are close enough to lose then we are close enough to win!

Exactly, that is the difference between good and bad coaching.

Goldensilence
12-06-2009, 04:29 PM
Next year elsewhere.

IMO the half back pass sealed his fate.

gwallaia
12-06-2009, 04:31 PM
Alright, Mrs. Kubiak, step away from the computer.

Austrian
12-06-2009, 04:31 PM
You guys are rough.......

You don't care we were missing all or part of the game the STARTING QB, RB, TE, G, G, S, CB.....

Who is he supposed to be coaching up exactly?

How many games have we lost by less than 7 points?

If we are close enough to lose then we are close enough to win!

Why exactly are you keeping to post the same thing over and over again? Kubiak ought to be history as our HC.

Maddict5
12-06-2009, 04:32 PM
Exactly, that is the difference between good and bad coaching.

that or a young or experienced team....

Hervoyel
12-06-2009, 04:36 PM
You guys are rough.......

You don't care we were missing all or part of the game the STARTING QB, RB, TE, G, G, S, CB.....

Who is he supposed to be coaching up exactly?

How many games have we lost by less than 7 points?

If we are close enough to lose then we are close enough to win!

I'm sorry man but this is a pathetic thread. You're an excuse factory for a regime that's failed. Get past it and hold the team accountable. The Texans, without all those players took the ball down to the goal line and then the coaches called a halfback pass. That's a lousy call and then expected a journeyman free agent the Titans gave up on three years ago to execute it, WHEN THEY WERE RUNNING THE BALL EFFECTIVELY!

David Anderson has to catch that ball that he instead popped up into the air and gave to a Jaguars player for a Schaub interception. He has to catch that pass. Not having Owen Daniels there or any of the other players you mention had nothing to do with his lousy play. Last week Joseph Addai got the shit smacked out of him by Dunta Robinson (resulting in celebrate-gate here in Houston) but he held on to the ball. That's the difference between them and us in a nutshell.

We could have won this game but the players didn't execute (responsibility to get them ready and/or get players who can execute up to coaches and front office: result FAIL) and the coaches called a lousy game (coaching result: FAIL).

Stop apologizing for them, they stink.

Jottoz
12-06-2009, 04:40 PM
Why exactly are you keeping to post the same thing over and over again? Kubiak ought to be history as our HC.

Just calling it like it is!

Mr. White
12-06-2009, 04:40 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tsTAUs_h_uY

Jackie Chiles
12-06-2009, 04:41 PM
Yes, good luck next year being someone else's offensive coordinator, you are a good guy, just not the HC we need.

Jottoz
12-06-2009, 04:42 PM
I'm sorry man but this is a pathetic thread. You're an excuse factory for a regime that's failed. Get past it and hold the team accountable. The Texans, without all those players took the ball down to the goal line and then the coaches called a halfback pass. That's a lousy call and then expected a journeyman free agent the Titans gave up on three years ago to execute it, WHEN THEY WERE RUNNING THE BALL EFFECTIVELY!

David Anderson has to catch that ball that he instead popped up into the air and gave to a Jaguars player for a Schaub interception. He has to catch that pass. Not having Owen Daniels there or any of the other players you mention had nothing to do with his lousy play. Last week Joseph Addai got the shit smacked out of him by Dunta Robinson (resulting in celebrate-gate here in Houston) but he held on to the ball. That's the difference between them and us in a nutshell.

We could have won this game but the players didn't execute (responsibility to get them ready and/or get players who can execute up to coaches and front office: result FAIL) and the coaches called a lousy game (coaching result: FAIL).

Stop apologizing for them, they stink.

All your opinions and rightfully so. I don't have the time or energy to try and get you back to reality

TexCanada
12-06-2009, 04:43 PM
Yes, good luck next year being someone else's offensive coordinator, you are a good guy, just not the HC we need.

Agreed. I like Kubiak as a person and I wish him well with whatever he ends up doing, I just don't believe that he has what it takes to be our head coach right now (unless we are satisfied with 8-8).

gary
12-06-2009, 04:45 PM
There are other teams playing while missing this one or that one and still win i.e. Philly so don't give me this garbage. Ok?

Mr. White
12-06-2009, 04:45 PM
All your opinions and rightfully so. I don't have the time or energy to try and get you back to reality

Swimming upstream also takes a tremendous amount of energy. Especially with all the pink soap in the water.

ATXtexanfan
12-06-2009, 04:46 PM
I like kubiak and was on the one more year train. He dug his own grave today. Totally inexcusable. He set up chris brown to fail. I remember when jax was our *****. They swept us today and the red jerseys at home didn't help.

Heath Shuler
12-06-2009, 04:49 PM
If we are close enough to lose then we are close enough to win!

Is that more of a loserís motto or a loserís creed?

awtysst
12-06-2009, 04:49 PM
Yes, good luck next year being Mike Shanahan's offensive coordinator, you are a good guy, just not the HC we need.

Fixed it for you.

Wolf
12-06-2009, 04:51 PM
I am thinking a lot of Jotto's post are just to see what kind of reaction he/she can get .. esp with some of the posts in the game day threads
:kitten:

Jottoz
12-06-2009, 04:54 PM
Is that more of a loserís motto or a loserís creed?

Seems to be the Texans Creed!

Goatcheese
12-06-2009, 04:55 PM
Next year elsewhere.

IMO the half back pass sealed his fate.

Yeah, that call pretty much shifted me off the fence. Even if it works out that is not a smart call.

I'm not running around sporting wood like some of the pink soap crowd, but he's lost my confidence. Losing when you're down a QB, RB, TE, LG, RG, CB, and FS is one thing. Blowing a chance to win because you wanted to be stupid is another.

Jottoz
12-06-2009, 04:55 PM
I am thinking a lot of Jotto's post are just to see what kind of reaction he/she can get .. esp with some of the posts in the game day threads
:kitten:

Good to hear from you Wolf how's K-Ville?

Thought about running the Radiology Department at Sid peterson

Wolf
12-06-2009, 04:58 PM
Good to hear from you Wolf how's K-Ville?

Thought about running the Radiology Department at Sid peterson

i have heard some not so good things about Peterson from some friends, it might have been a wise choice

Maddict5
12-06-2009, 04:59 PM
I'm sorry man but this is a pathetic thread. You're an excuse factory for a regime that's failed. Get past it and hold the team accountable. The Texans, without all those players took the ball down to the goal line and then the coaches called a halfback pass. That's a lousy call and then expected a journeyman free agent the Titans gave up on three years ago to execute it, WHEN THEY WERE RUNNING THE BALL EFFECTIVELY!

David Anderson has to catch that ball that he instead popped up into the air and gave to a Jaguars player for a Schaub interception. He has to catch that pass. Not having Owen Daniels there or any of the other players you mention had nothing to do with his lousy play. Last week Joseph Addai got the shit smacked out of him by Dunta Robinson (resulting in celebrate-gate here in Houston) but he held on to the ball. That's the difference between them and us in a nutshell.

We could have won this game but the players didn't execute (responsibility to get them ready and/or get players who can execute up to coaches and front office: result FAIL) and the coaches called a lousy game (coaching result: FAIL).

Stop apologizing for them, they stink.

well if you say this thread is pathetic i guess it is :rolleyes:

we werent running the ball very well. it was a gutsy call that backfired and now looks stupid but the almighty colts did the same thing in the first game against us. and because addai makes one great play, thats becomes the norm? why dont you take your own advice and add some realism into your expectations (since you seem to hand out that same message to others frequently). DA has made plenty of tough grabs in traffic and get banged and held on.

when you're starters go down, the backups get more looks but they're backups for a reason- some come through but most if not all make mistakes since they're human after all... and young players ALWAYS ALWAYS make more mistakes. its alot easier to vent and burn the whole thing down after the last couple weeks. i hope (and believe) mcnair has a cooler head & thats why he is where he is. i hope he doesnt go dan snyder and gives kubiak the extra year bud was smart enough to give fisher

im not apologising for them either but i understand

Jottoz
12-06-2009, 05:01 PM
Kubiak if knowingly about the HB Pass playcall in my opinion put his Texan career on the line with that play.

We score he's a hero!

We throw an INT he's looking for a job!

Tough Business Decision

Goldensilence
12-06-2009, 05:04 PM
You guys are rough.......

You don't care we were missing all or part of the game the STARTING QB, RB, TE, G, G, S, CB.....

Who is he supposed to be coaching up exactly?

How many games have we lost by less than 7 points?

If we are close enough to lose then we are close enough to win!

:mcnugget:

Ummm the the guys he assembled for his roster?

Make no mistake this is Kubiak's roster top to bottom and the coaching staff he wanted.

DexmanC
12-06-2009, 05:18 PM
You guys are rough.......

You don't care we were missing all or part of the game the STARTING QB, RB, TE, G, G, S, CB.....

Who is he supposed to be coaching up exactly?

How many games have we lost by less than 7 points?

If we are close enough to lose then we are close enough to win!

I was on this boat before today. Lord knows I irritated my fair share of
board members this week. But I had to open that bar of soap after this
playcall:

http://i47.tinypic.com/51udeg.jpg

The offense was on a DRIVE. The defense made its stops. And we NEEDED
seven. Somehow, Kubiak ALLOWS this play to enter Schaub's headset!!??

I'm done with Kubes. The players on this staff deserves better. As a caller
said on 610... "Kubiak should have to get HIS OWN ticket back to Houston."
Jacoby Jones missed a meeting. Maybe HE knew how shitty the gameplan
was. I was going to hold my bar of soap 'till the end of the season, but
a loss to Jacksonville effectively removed all tiebreakers to any team in
our division, and the rest of the AFC.

Heath Shuler
12-06-2009, 05:19 PM
If we are close enough to lose then we are close enough to win!

Seems to be the Texans Creed!

you typed it

MannyFresh
12-06-2009, 05:22 PM
http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i287/Antonio2006_photos/paperbag.jpg

Dishman
12-06-2009, 05:27 PM
http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i287/Antonio2006_photos/paperbag.jpg

Tracy McGrady, is that you?

Pantherstang84
12-06-2009, 05:32 PM
Yeah, that call pretty much shifted me off the fence. Even if it works out that is not a smart call.

I'm not running around sporting wood like some of the pink soap crowd, but he's lost my confidence. Losing when you're down a QB, RB, TE, LG, RG, CB, and FS is one thing. Blowing a chance to win because you wanted to be stupid is another.

Another crosses over to the dark side. Sooner or later your pink soap will go up.

Pantherstang84
12-06-2009, 05:33 PM
I was on this boat before today. Lord knows I irritated my fair share of
board members this week. But I had to open that bar of soap after this
playcall:

http://i47.tinypic.com/51udeg.jpg

The offense was on a DRIVE. The defense made its stops. And we NEEDED
seven. Somehow, Kubiak ALLOWS this play to enter Schaub's headset!!??

I'm done with Kubes. The players on this staff deserves better. As a caller
said on 610... "Kubiak should have to get HIS OWN ticket back to Houston."
Jacoby Jones missed a meeting. Maybe HE knew how shitty the gameplan
was. I was going to hold my bar of soap 'till the end of the season, but
a loss to Jacksonville effectively removed all tiebreakers to any team in
our division, and the rest of the AFC.

They are falling like flies.

Jackie Chiles
12-06-2009, 05:42 PM
Anyone remember the Seinfeld episode where George realizes that every instinct he has is wrong and therefore does the opposite? Imagine if Gary had this epiphany a few games ago. We could quite possibly be a powerhouse.

Jottoz
12-06-2009, 05:56 PM
you typed it

Hello it's b/c we have the same view at this point.

Hagar
12-06-2009, 06:48 PM
Anyone remember the Seinfeld episode where George realizes that every instinct he has is wrong and therefore does the opposite? Imagine if Gary had this epiphany a few games ago. We could quite possibly be a powerhouse.Good episode. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKUvKE3bQlY) I keep thinking of the scene in the movie Serenity where the Operative says:
"You know, in certain older civilized cultures when men failed as entirely as you have, they would throw themselves on their swords."
Yes, I'm a scifi geek, I can't help myself.

Jackie Chiles
12-06-2009, 06:53 PM
Good episode. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKUvKE3bQlY)

Thank you for linking that, it really cheered me up. Every Texan fan should take a moment and watch that.

hradhak
12-06-2009, 06:58 PM
I think that Kubiak probably has sealed his own fate. He had a chance to prove that he could win and he's blown those chances. There's a lot of blame to be distributed. The player's should be held accountable as much as the coach, but Kubiak has consistently proven he can't manage the clock and can't prepare his team for games.

For the record, I think the Chris Brown pass wasn't a bad play call. The timing was awful though. And of all people to give the ball to, why Chris Brown. He's clearly not the guy to carry off that play. I think that Kubes calls the right plays, just not at the right time and not with the right personnel.

Jackie Chiles
12-06-2009, 07:05 PM
I think that Kubiak probably has sealed his own fate. He had a chance to prove that he could win and he's blown those chances. There's a lot of blame to be distributed. The player's should be held accountable as much as the coach, but Kubiak has consistently proven he can't manage the clock and can't prepare his team for games.

For the record, I think the Chris Brown pass wasn't a bad play call. The timing was awful though. And of all people to give the ball to, why Chris Brown. He's clearly not the guy to carry off that play. I think that Kubes calls the right plays, just not at the right time and not with the right personnel.

I personally hated that play call from the beginning but I'll play along a bit. Last year when Sage had the disastrous Rosencopter episode I actually liked the play call. I know a lot of people hated it, I wasn't one of them. So then the question becomes why do our players take plays that have the potential to be either successful or at least not a complete circus and turn them into dog poo on a consistent basis? Sage and Chris are different players yet the result is the same, gotta be the coaching.

Jackie Chiles
12-06-2009, 07:10 PM
Here is another example of why Kubiak needs to go:

Right now we are actually outscoring our opponents 277-266 on the season. Most teams with that kind of ratio are either .500 or better, obviously.

The team we played today is being outscored 273-225 on the season yet they are 7-5 and in the drivers seat for a WC berth.

This isn't an exact science but I believe it is a pretty decent indicator that we are being routinely outcoached and outplayed in crunch time.

ATXtexanfan
12-06-2009, 07:55 PM
Here is another example of why Kubiak needs to go:

Right now we are actually outscoring our opponents 277-266 on the season. Most teams with that kind of ratio are either .500 or better, obviously.

The team we played today is being outscored 273-225 on the season yet they are 7-5 and in the drivers seat for a WC berth.

This isn't an exact science but I believe it is a pretty decent indicator that we are being routinely outcoached and outplayed in crunch time.
That's a dagger, what's our 4th scoring vs oppenents if you don't mind

Jackie Chiles
12-06-2009, 08:06 PM
That's a dagger, what's our 4th scoring vs oppenents if you don't mind

No idea where to find that stat, sorry.

ATXtexanfan
12-06-2009, 08:15 PM
No idea where to find that stat, sorry.

I'll bet we're losing that stat as well