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DerekLee1
11-22-2010, 08:15 AM
After the game, Reeves sent out two tweets:

"Good coaching is very underrated!"

"Karma is a beast ain't it"

DexmanC
11-22-2010, 08:16 AM
Reeves is exactly right. He didn't deserve what the Texans did to him.

El Tejano
11-22-2010, 08:17 AM
Jacque Reeves posted that tweet without looking back.

TrueTexanFan
11-22-2010, 08:18 AM
Reeves wouldnt do any better!

Kaiser Toro
11-22-2010, 08:19 AM
Jacque Reeves posted that tweet without looking back.

But he was with the subject step for step as usual.

TexanSam
11-22-2010, 08:23 AM
Reeves wouldnt do any better!

I find that hard to believe considering how unbelievably bad our secondary is.

HOU-TEX
11-22-2010, 08:27 AM
Jacque Reeves posted that tweet without looking back.

At least he was right with the WR's, so there's a chance the ball hits the back of his head or something. The WR's go uncontested with this group.

Thorn
11-22-2010, 08:29 AM
At least he was right with the WR's, so there's a chance the ball hits the back of his head or something. The WR's go uncontested with this group.

A valid point there.......

HTown2ATX
11-22-2010, 08:32 AM
It sux that I really miss Reeves..

This secondary is hot garbage.

remember when some of us were pointing this out after week 3 and everyone freaked out that we dare say a word.

How times have changed.

This secondary is pathetic. But it's ok, I'm sure Pollard will have a few laughs at the Shiner Whiner line today with Blimp and Hair on the afternoon show on 610.

F:gun:A:gun:I:gun:L:gun:

Jackie Chiles
11-22-2010, 08:33 AM
How about some karma for all the suffering fans? You stay classy Jacques.

hookinreds
11-22-2010, 08:42 AM
at least he was right with the wr's, so there's a chance the ball hits the back of his head or something. The wr's go uncontested with this group.

spot f'ing on!!!!

Mr. White
11-22-2010, 08:43 AM
I've been following Reeves on Twitter just to see what he's been up to and was getting ready to start this thread myself.

I think the decision to go younger in the secondary was monumental.

Reeves was a board goat for most of the time that he's been here, but he was at competent.

I can only guess that he and Dunta weren't fans of Gibb's system. They probably would rather be in the correct position instead of one in that requires that they overpursue and miss tackles or let receivers walk into the end zone.

Bad apples. Good thing they're gone.

</sarcasm>

gafftop
11-22-2010, 08:54 AM
I've been following Reeves on Twitter just to see what he's been up to and was getting ready to start this thread myself.

I think the decision to go younger in the secondary was monumental.

Reeves was a board goat for most of the time that he's been here, but he was at competent.

I can only guess that he and Dunta weren't fans of Gibb's system. They probably would rather be in the correct position instead of one in that requires that they overpursue and miss tackles or let receivers walk into the end zone.

Bad apples. Good thing they're gone.

</sarcasm>

Could not agree more. The position they are in when the receivers are catching the ball puts them at a disadvantage, but that is the scheme.

I think he said it all when he said "Good coaching is underrated." You can see it in the players eyes. You can hear it in the players remarks. Matt saying we weren't trying to score. One of the Dline saying Bush finally let us go. They aren't stupid they can see what is happening. They are trying to let the cat out of the bag a little, but still are showing respect.

ThaShark316
11-22-2010, 08:55 AM
**** that ***** ass mf'er.

nero THE zero
11-22-2010, 08:56 AM
He's right.

And who could sit here with a straight face right now and say they'd rather have Brice McCain than Jacques Reeves?

ThaShark316
11-22-2010, 09:02 AM
See what this team has done?

We are so bad, that we miss one of the worst cbs.

IDEXAN
11-22-2010, 09:06 AM
Where did Reeves land after the Texans canned him ?

drewmar74
11-22-2010, 09:09 AM
He's right.

And who could sit here with a straight face right now and say they'd rather have Brice McCain than Jacques Reeves?

I've been crying to have Reeves back for weeks.

Put him on one side, GQ on the other, and KJ in the slot. McCain shouldn't see the field in anything other than dime.

Mr. White
11-22-2010, 09:13 AM
See what this team has done?

We are so bad, that we miss one of the worst cbs.

A long distance dedication from Houston Texans fans to Jacques Reeves.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i28UEoLXVFQ

ThaShark316
11-22-2010, 09:20 AM
Jacques Reeves ain't nothin but another Kelvin Cato...


Ay yo Jacques, having a job in the nfl isn't underrated, which is why you don't have one.

No wonder he surrendered in coverage with that french name.

GP
11-22-2010, 09:22 AM
This is one of those guys that I suspect is selling information.

A disgruntled, out of work, former Texans player who has deep knowledge of the system and its alignments and calls and tendencies.

Reading that tweet just made me more in favor of my conspiracy theory.

I think Sage obviously tipped the Giants to our system(s), but that's expected.

I think there's a guy or two who, on the other hand, is offering that information up to more than just one team. I'm teling you guys...there's something very very wrong here, and it's more than just bad coaching.

The ONLY time we have beat a team this season, or have stood a fighting chance against, is a team that our defensive line can get pressure on the QB all game long. Because that's an unknown variable--You can't gameplan against that. If we get to the QB, and he can't throw the intended pass to the intended target (because he knows where the hole is going to be, but he can't exploit it in time) then that's the only thing giving us a sporting chance.

Screw it. I'm all in with the tinfoil hat.

Because I can't see our defense being THAT incompetent for this long. Something else is giving teams an advantage. I don't know that ALL Texans opponents are getting this information, but does anybody here think Rex Ryan's morals would refuse some insider information? Not this guy. Ditto for Coughlin, and mega ditto for Del Rio.

Mr. White
11-22-2010, 09:43 AM
This is one of those guys that I suspect is selling information.

A disgruntled, out of work, former Texans player who has deep knowledge of the system and its alignments and calls and tendencies.

Reading that tweet just made me more in favor of my conspiracy theory.

I think Sage obviously tipped the Giants to our system(s), but that's expected.

I think there's a guy or two who, on the other hand, is offering that information up to more than just one team. I'm teling you guys...there's something very very wrong here, and it's more than just bad coaching.

The ONLY time we have beat a team this season, or have stood a fighting chance against, is a team that our defensive line can get pressure on the QB all game long. Because that's an unknown variable--You can't gameplan against that. If we get to the QB, and he can't throw the intended pass to the intended target (because he knows where the hole is going to be, but he can't exploit it in time) then that's the only thing giving us a sporting chance.

Screw it. I'm all in with the tinfoil hat.

Because I can't see our defense being THAT incompetent for this long. Something else is giving teams an advantage. I don't know that ALL Texans opponents are getting this information, but does anybody here think Rex Ryan's morals would refuse some insider information? Not this guy. Ditto for Coughlin, and mega ditto for Del Rio.

I like most of your stuff, but I think you're off the reservation on this one.

There's nothing he could give them that any offensive coach can't see with their own two eyes.

Not to mention, it would kill any chance he has of ever suiting up for a pro team again.

BigBull17
11-22-2010, 10:00 AM
I could sell Texans defensive secrets, they are so simple and predictable.

Runner
11-22-2010, 10:17 AM
Wherever Reeves is now he knows more about the atmosphere of the Texans than most fans. While it is great fun to shoot the messenger, why be in disbelief that he says the Texans have bad coaching?

The players actually know more about a) football and b) the lockerroom than most fans. They are less swayed by homer glasses too.

Wolf
11-22-2010, 10:29 AM
I have no problem with what he said. players seem to regress when they come into the system. hell even the remarks by Dungy and Harrison should tell you something if one doesn't believe in what Reeves is saying

burro
11-22-2010, 10:30 AM
Can anyone make a coherent argument against the idea that: "good coaching is underrated" (presumably he is talking about McNair's wariness to make changes)? No.

The truth is, the idea to go the route we did with the secondary was boneheaded and illogical and we are paying the price. I wish we could bring back Reeves, hell I would even take a look at bringing back Faggins from UFL...but something tells me that Kubiak is content to ride the sinking ship all the way to the end of his tenure. Either that or he knows that McNair has no intention of getting rid of him and therefore has room to be a hard headed imbecile.

Pollardized
11-22-2010, 10:46 AM
Am I the only one who was hoping the title of this thread was leading into something like this:

"After Sunday's EPIC FAILURE against the Jets, former Texan CB Jacques Reeves confronted current Texan coaches and started shooting at them, literally. Unfortunately, Reeves was looking the wrong way and didn't hit anyone. But, on a positive note, Head Coach Gary Kubiak and DC Frank Bush shiite on themselves and ran into the Hudson River. More on News at 10....."

Norg
11-22-2010, 12:08 PM
If i was WInston or Pollard i wouldnt even do there radio shows today how can they show there face

what they need to be doing is watching film reading football for dummie bokks working out doing something to help them get better

wagonhed
11-22-2010, 12:17 PM
Good for Reeves. He is right. And, to be honest, it's entirely plausible that his tenure on the Texans ruined his chances to be a good player. He could have been really good for all we know, and our coaches turned him into shit.

utahmark
11-22-2010, 12:22 PM
Good for Reeves. He is right. And, to be honest, it's entirely plausible that his tenure on the Texans ruined his chances to be a good player. He could have been really good for all we know, and our coaches turned him into shit.

Why does everyone think he was so bad. He was our best corner by far last year. I can't believe he was cut.

TimeKiller
11-22-2010, 12:35 PM
Why does everyone think he was so bad. He was our best corner by far last year. I can't believe he was cut.

This.

And not that it says much but he was the man in the secondary. Yeah, he had pretty obvious flaws but obvious flaws are becoming the norm around here. At least he had the speed to stay with receivers. He was a true CB, not a safety playing CB.

How bad is it when Jack ****ing Reeves is telling you your secondary and coaching are crap?

OH YEAH. IT'S THIS BAD. I ALMOST FORGOT.

GP
11-22-2010, 12:47 PM
I like most of your stuff, but I think you're off the reservation on this one.

There's nothing he could give them that any offensive coach can't see with their own two eyes.

Not to mention, it would kill any chance he has of ever suiting up for a pro team again.

Maybe he's decided he's done, and so he's peddling it for the last cash grab?

Things just seem Twilight Zone to me. This isn't normal. There's no way this defense can go from what it did last year, to what has happened this year.

If the two CBs and our safeties are what's bringing us down, then Gary Kubiak and Frank Bush and the whole staff for both coaches should be summarily ran out of Houston on a rail. Tarred and feathered. THEN ran out on a rail. Because it's those four bone-heads that has ruined it for everyone.

Maybe the Texas Tech University administration and athletic department is the one behind all of this. They know how to ruin a good thing by cutting their noses off to spite their faces.

This is just the worst season ever. At least in the past we had the dream of things "coming together" sometime. Now? It's as if we've seen the best they can do and it ain't nearly enough to "turn that proverbial corner' we're always talking about.

steds
11-22-2010, 12:52 PM
I could sell Texans defensive secrets, they are so simple and predictable.

Dear opposing coach,

we can't defend the pass.

That'll be $1000 please.

ensign_lee
11-22-2010, 01:20 PM
You know what? I don't have a problem with what Reeves said here.

If any of y'all watched Dungy point out that it was IDIOTIC for our DBs to playing inside technique vs outside technique on that HUGE pass play at the end of the game, then you'll know that it's not just us railing against the coaching at this point. COMPETENT, superbowl-winning coaches are saying the same thing.

I laughed when I saw a comment on here earlier saying "I miss Reeves. At least he was in the television screen whenever a pass got thrown." Now I feel the sentiment behind that.

Jacques Reeves would instantly be our best corner if he was playing for us right now. And he's on the street. How screwed up is that?

Hervoyel
11-22-2010, 01:52 PM
There's never any gradual progression here where players come in, ride the pine for a short period of time at least, and then get eased into the game the way Kareem Jackson should have been. It's like when this team decides to "go young" they do it like we're still a 3 year old expansion team with no alternatives.

Why did Phillip Buchanon have to start the instant he got here? Why did Aaron Glenn get to say "I want my release" and get it, no questions asked when we didn't even know what we had in Buchanon?

And why are doing this same stupid crap again just 5 years later? Doesn't anybody that works here have a ***king memory? You'd think Bob McNair might at least recall what happened the last time somebody told him "This is a great deal, we're gonna get younger and faster and better".

I feel like sometimes showing this franchise how do it right needs to be dumbed down to an episode of "Blues Clues" to get it across.

drewmar74
11-22-2010, 01:56 PM
I feel like sometimes showing this franchise how do it right needs to be dumbed down to an episode of "Blues Clues" to get it across.

Something like this?

http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:cODvsecD6SaQdM:http://thumbnails.hulu.com/505/50011505/120952_512x288_generated.jpg&t=1

"Suh"

"Suh"

*both actors together*

"Suck"

Carr Bombed
11-22-2010, 03:25 PM
I don't know why people are trying to bag on Jacques Reeves.....he did nothing wrong and is 100% correct.

His tweet wasn't a shot at the fans in this city or the team (his ex teammates)....it was a shot at his previous dumbass employers, employers who have their head shoved so far up their collective asses that they can't see the light of day.

How would you feel if your boss came to you and despite being one of the best at your position, they let you go because they want someone younger? Then the younger inexperienced was so horrible that he ended up getting your previous boss fired (which is what is going to happen here). You'd find if ****ing funny and instant karma too.


Go Jacques Reeves, tell them the truth and let it be know how stupid our "brain trust" is. :rolleyes: We have possibly the dumbest franchise in the entire league.

houstonspartan
11-22-2010, 03:29 PM
Something like this?

http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:cODvsecD6SaQdM:http://thumbnails.hulu.com/505/50011505/120952_512x288_generated.jpg&t=1

"Suh"

"Suh"

*both actors together*

"Suck"


I believe that was The Electric Comany, wasn't it?

"Su"

"ck"

"Suck".

LMAO!!

Proudtexan25
11-22-2010, 03:34 PM
I was upset that he got cut at first, but now that he's showing himself to have to class, screw him, what a *********.

ThaShark316
11-22-2010, 03:34 PM
I don't know why people are trying to bag on Jacques Reeves.....he did nothing wrong and is 100% correct.

His tweet wasn't a shot at the fans in this city or the team (his ex teammates)....it was a shot at his previous dumbass employers, employers who have their head shoved so far up their collective asses that they can't see the light of day.

How would you feel if your boss came to you and despite being one of the best at your position, they let you go because they want someone younger? Then the younger inexperienced was so horrible that he ended up getting your previous boss fired (which is what is going to happen here). You'd find if ****ing funny and instant karma too.


Go Jacques Reeves, tell them the truth and let it be know how stupid our "brain trust" is. :rolleyes: We have possibly the dumbest franchise in the entire league.

We're dumb.

Dumb enough NOT to listen to Cowboys fans when they told us this homo was terrible.

DoCRoN
11-22-2010, 03:38 PM
But he was with the subject step for step as usual.

this kinda went unnoticed. rep :)

Carr Bombed
11-22-2010, 04:03 PM
We're dumb.

Dumb enough NOT to listen to Cowboys fans when they told us this homo was terrible.

Except he wasn't "horrible". What we have now is "horrible".....Reeves was actually a step up.



Again, everything Reeves said was 100% true...if that upsets some fans, well I guess the truth hurts.

TheMatrix31
11-22-2010, 04:07 PM
Hey, you bitchmade guy, how the **** do you like being on the unemployment line? Just shut your trap, *********. You're just as worthless as these guys are.

DerekLee1
11-22-2010, 04:12 PM
I believe that was The Electric Comany, wasn't it?

"Su"

"ck"

"Suck".

LMAO!!

HA! Maybe that was the point!!

wagonhed
11-22-2010, 04:12 PM
Hey, you bitchmade guy, how the **** do you like being on the unemployment line? Just shut your trap, *********. You're just as worthless as these guys are.

:popcorn:

Carr Bombed
11-22-2010, 04:16 PM
Hey, you bitchmade guy, how the **** do you like being on the unemployment line? Just shut your trap, *********. You're just as worthless as these guys are.

:rolleyes: He's a multi-millionaire, I'm pretty sure "unemployment line" smack isn't going to effect him.



He posted his opinion on the internet and trashed the coaching staff.

We post our opinions on the internet and some of us trash the coaching staff every single day.

Difference.... He's a bitchmade, classless bum, LOL :).

I actually value his opinion more, because he knows more about the team/staff than any other poster here.

MFG16
11-22-2010, 04:25 PM
This is one of those guys that I suspect is selling information.

A disgruntled, out of work, former Texans player who has deep knowledge of the system and its alignments and calls and tendencies.

Reading that tweet just made me more in favor of my conspiracy theory.

I think Sage obviously tipped the Giants to our system(s), but that's expected.

I think there's a guy or two who, on the other hand, is offering that information up to more than just one team. I'm teling you guys...there's something very very wrong here, and it's more than just bad coaching.

The ONLY time we have beat a team this season, or have stood a fighting chance against, is a team that our defensive line can get pressure on the QB all game long. Because that's an unknown variable--You can't gameplan against that. If we get to the QB, and he can't throw the intended pass to the intended target (because he knows where the hole is going to be, but he can't exploit it in time) then that's the only thing giving us a sporting chance.

Screw it. I'm all in with the tinfoil hat.

Because I can't see our defense being THAT incompetent for this long. Something else is giving teams an advantage. I don't know that ALL Texans opponents are getting this information, but does anybody here think Rex Ryan's morals would refuse some insider information? Not this guy. Ditto for Coughlin, and mega ditto for Del Rio.

Was it just me or did Rex look almost shocked on the sidelines when the texans actually played D and came back? Everytime they showed him it looked like he was thinking "this isn't the team I was expecting".

Im with you on the giants, they shut our offense down like they knew what we were running and when we would run it. Im kinda lost on the jags and Del Rio though? We lost that game, they didn't win it.

TheMatrix31
11-22-2010, 04:36 PM
:rolleyes: He's a multi-millionaire, I'm pretty sure "unemployment line" smack isn't going to effect him.



He posted his opinion on the internet and trashed the coaching staff.

We post our opinions on the internet and some of us trash the coaching staff every single day.

Difference.... He's a bitchmade, classless bum, LOL :).

I actually value his opinion more, because he knows more about the team/staff than any other poster here.

The fact that he IS a professional and we're not is what makes him the bitchmade, classless bum and not us. And unemployment line as in "haha, your garbage ass doesn't even have a job with another team", not "haha, you can't afford to feed your kids"

You may value his opinion more, but it's like valuing Bob Beckel's opinion on politics, considering he managed Walter Mondale's ass-kicking in 1984.

MFG16
11-22-2010, 04:36 PM
Good for Reeves. He is right. And, to be honest, it's entirely plausible that his tenure on the Texans ruined his chances to be a good player. He could have been really good for all we know, and our coaches turned him into shit.

Have Frank Bush and Gibbs ruined GQ and Jackson? I mean the technique we have taught are 1st round draft pick is terrible, we have put them in spots where they have no shot at being successful. Really? how much can a player take before his confidence is shattered and loses his love for the game. If the texans fire anybody midseason please let it be Gibbs, PLEASE!

Wolf
11-22-2010, 04:38 PM
The fact that he IS a professional and we're not is what makes him the bitchmade, classless bum and not us. And unemployment line as in "haha, your garbage ass doesn't even have a job with another team", not "haha, you can't afford to feed your kids"

You may value his opinion more, but it's like valuing Bob Beckel's opinion on politics, considering he managed Walter Mondale's ass-kicking in 1984.

so what did he say that was wrong or different than half the thread on this messageboard?

TheMatrix31
11-22-2010, 04:39 PM
so what did he say that was wrong or different than half the thread on this messageboard?

Nothing, but I guess you didn't read the post you just quoted, lol.

Wolf
11-22-2010, 04:49 PM
on the way home I was thinking about this today. Kubiak brought people in for the offense that knew the system like he did and brough in some experience to fix the Offensive line (Gibbs) and basically turned the offense around in a very short time, however on the defensive side, we drafted a lot of young players yet this franchise undervalued the need for an experience coach on that side of the ball (IF someone say Ray Rhodes, I would really like to know what he does and how much input he has being is works with Bush with game planning and works with the safeties)

Kubiak has screwed himself so far by not having a good experienced defensive coordinator in three ways. Strong defensive scheme, Development of all the young players on that side of the ball, and probably development of Kubiak himself in the HC position. Stating the obvious is Kubiak has made a lot of mistakes with him growing as a coach and that side of the ball sure could have bailed him out. Our offense has no room for error as it is right now

anyway my thoughts changed to the Patroits and Steelers and how they don't miss a beat in their plug-n-play system with the players with a strong coaching staff. They don't rebuild, they reload

Carr Bombed
11-22-2010, 04:49 PM
Nothing, but I guess you didn't read the post you just quoted, lol.

So since he's a "professional athlete", he's not allowed to comment about his ex boss?

GP
11-22-2010, 04:55 PM
Was it just me or did Rex look almost shocked on the sidelines when the texans actually played D and came back? Everytime they showed him it looked like he was thinking "this isn't the team I was expecting".

Im with you on the giants, they shut our offense down like they knew what we were running and when we would run it. Im kinda lost on the jags and Del Rio though? We lost that game, they didn't win it.

I'm saying Del Rio has no morals. He is cut-throat. As cut-throat as they come.

That guy will knife you and keep walking.

There are people out there who would pay for insider information, especially when faced with the task of out-scoring the Texans potent offense. Because you better put points on the board and stay up with our offense.

TheMatrix31
11-22-2010, 05:04 PM
So since he's a "professional athlete", he's not allowed to comment about his ex boss?


Oh, he's allowed...he can do whatever he wants, but it's not exactly professional.

Wolf
11-22-2010, 05:11 PM
Oh, he's allowed...he can do whatever he wants, but it's not exactly professional.

he's not in the league anymore anyway so, It doesn't matter

hell the funny thing about some of the comments in this thread. When some were posting about actually seeing Reeves on the TV screen when the ball was thrown. I thought that a couple of times yesterday when Allen is playing back there LOL

PapaL
11-22-2010, 05:14 PM
Reeves problem? Not turning his damn bobble head.

Our secondaries problem? Not having their bobble heads within 10 yards of the WR.


Advantage Jacques Reeves.

ThaShark316
11-22-2010, 05:56 PM
Except he wasn't "horrible". What we have now is "horrible".....Reeves was actually a step up.



Again, everything Reeves said was 100% true...if that upsets some fans, well I guess the truth hurts.

I can see if D-Rob said it. Not a ***** with no success ANYWHERE.

Dishman
11-22-2010, 06:01 PM
Except he wasn't "horrible". What we have now is "horrible".....Reeves was actually a step up.



Again, everything Reeves said was 100% true...if that upsets some fans, well I guess the truth hurts.

People are acting like Reeves is the only dogging our team. Plenty of people in the NFL are taking their shots at the Texans, just not on Twitter. Who really cares? Texans fans of all people should know just how terrible the defense is and the secondary in particular.

Wolf
11-22-2010, 06:04 PM
Even Lance Zielein commented on the coaching


Let's just be honest - Frank Bush has to be demoted after this. He won't be fired, but he can't coordinate the defense any longer

Trust me, Frank doesn't want to go to the tape this year and the Texans want this to die. I'm walking around French Quarter mad as a MF now


http://twitter.com/LanceZierlein

Texecutioner
11-22-2010, 06:51 PM
We're dumb.

Dumb enough NOT to listen to Cowboys fans when they told us this homo was terrible.

Maybe you were dumb enough to think Reeves was a decent player, but I sure as hell wasn't. I caught a lot of hell for trashing the Reeves signing in here because many just "wanted" to believe that he was a good signing just because, and what's sad now is that many believe that he was a good signing now because of what the expectations are for fans now. Reeves was freaking horrible. It's just that our guys now are worse even what Reeves was, so for some stupid reason fans now are clamoring to Reeves like he was some sort of good player. Reeves was awful and I'm glad he's gone, but cutting him for the current bunch that we have now was definitely stupid. Reeves was an awful signing no question though, and no matter how bad our secondary is now doesn't change that. They're just worse.

What Reeves said was spot on though. Kubiak and Rick Smith have been a horrible regime from the start, and I've said it for years. This team is a joke right now and it's a damn shame that many of the fans and the owner didn't learn anything from the Dom Capers experiment and gave this joke such a long leash.

Carr Bombed
11-22-2010, 07:36 PM
Even Lance Zielein commented on the coaching





http://twitter.com/LanceZierlein

What a bitchmade classless POS that guy is. :)

TheMatrix31
11-22-2010, 07:55 PM
What a bitchmade classless POS that guy is. :)


Snooze.

Was he ever employed by the Houston Texans?

This would only be relevant if Zierlein was fired from his job, couldn't find one at another media outlet, then proceeded to talk shit about his previous employer.

Wolf
11-22-2010, 08:01 PM
@HoustonDiehards Loved the fans, I have yet to talk down on Houston. The feedback I got is comical though. Lmao


http://twitter.com/jreeves35

Mr. White
11-22-2010, 08:09 PM
So Reeves is taking flak for being out of work.....the funny thing is that no one's arguing with what he's said.

Anyone who thinks that we're better off this year without him is delusional.

DerekLee1
11-22-2010, 08:23 PM
Have Frank Bush and Gibbs ruined GQ and Jackson? I mean the technique we have taught are 1st round draft pick is terrible, we have put them in spots where they have no shot at being successful. Really? how much can a player take before his confidence is shattered and loses his love for the game. If the texans fire anybody midseason please let it be Gibbs, PLEASE!

David Carr, anyone?