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LikeMike
12-14-2010, 07:12 PM
So, what outcome of the season would you prefer:

1) winning out from here on - finishing 8/8, probably missing the playoffs
2) lose out from here on - finishing 5/11

Basically the question is: do you want the team to keep fighting till the end, entertain the fans and media and go into the next season with a better feeling -

or do you want the team to lose, basically forcing McNair to do major changes in coaching and improving the draft position.

TEXANRED
12-14-2010, 07:19 PM
So, what outcome of the season would you prefer:

1) winning out from here on - finishing 8/8, probably missing the playoffs
2) lose out from here on - finishing 5/11

Basically the question is: do you want the team to keep fighting till the end, entertain the fans and media and go into the next season with a better feeling -

or do you want the team to lose, basically forcing McNair to do major changes in coaching and improving the draft position.

I just want it to be over so I can move on with my life.

Pantherstang84
12-14-2010, 07:19 PM
Judging from what I heard today on the radio, the off season might as well start today. The whole organization is done. Football season has sucked this year. It really has. 10 days before Christmas and I have no team to get behind. Dang it.

Goatcheese
12-14-2010, 07:20 PM
Hoping your team loses is some serious bush league garbage. It's one of the few things that will land people on my ignore list.

OzzO
12-14-2010, 07:36 PM
...Basically the question is: do you want the team to keep fighting till the end, entertain the fans and media and go into the next season with a better feeling...

I think we got that last year. How'd that work out?

I'd like the team to keep fighting, though. Play some spoilers if possible, but if it comes at the expense of no worthwhile changes next year.....

Thorn
12-14-2010, 07:38 PM
I hope we win out and go 8-8 AND we get Cower AND we have a good draft AND there is no lock out AND I win the lotto.

So there.

STEEL BLUE TEXANS
12-14-2010, 07:40 PM
Win or lose, we just need to showcase our talent for Cowher.

kiwitexansfan
12-14-2010, 07:54 PM
5-11 so my early season prediction will be right.

Another come back from 14 or more down only to lose so we can hold that record.

The defense continue to suck so we can be the worst pass defense in history.

And that is about it....

Oh and no serious injuries that would effect next season.

Hervoyel
12-14-2010, 08:09 PM
Win or lose, we just need to showcase our talent for Cowher.

I believe just about this very thing.

b0ng
12-14-2010, 08:22 PM
Meh, I'm indifferent what they do. The only consistent thing seems to be hilarious comedy at the end of the game. I wish they'd stop that.

JB
12-14-2010, 08:31 PM
Meh, I'm indifferent what they do. The only consistent thing seems to be hilarious comedy at the end of the game. I wish they'd stop that.

Yeah, I want some of that comedy at the beginning of the game for once...

DexmanC
12-14-2010, 08:45 PM
Judging from what I heard today on the radio, the off season might as well start today. The whole organization is done. Football season has sucked this year. It really has. 10 days before Christmas and I have no team to get behind. Dang it.

The season ain't over yet. They've still got three games to go
in the "WE WUB'S KUBES" job saving portion of the season.

Let's not for get that over the last seven games played by the Texans
their record is:

1 - 6

It's also interesting to note that in 2009, the Texans went 1-5 in
the division, and 8-2 outside of the division.

This year, they could potentially finish 4-2 in the division, and
3-7 outside.

Bottom line, it's ALWAYS something with this team. Last year, they
started games fast, and flamed out in the end. This year, they
lay down early and come roaring back to finish juuuuussst short.

It's time this regime gets judged on its RESULTS. I want to
watch an NFL team, not "The Bad News Bears."

GNTLEWOLF
12-14-2010, 09:16 PM
So, what outcome of the season would you prefer:

1) winning out from here on - finishing 8/8, probably missing the playoffs
2) lose out from here on - finishing 5/11

Basically the question is: do you want the team to keep fighting till the end, entertain the fans and media and go into the next season with a better feeling -

or do you want the team to lose, basically forcing McNair to do major changes in coaching and improving the draft position.

I want whatever it takes to get Kubiak fired. I don't want to hope this team loses, but honestly if that is what it takes for this to end then I'm for it.

Sway
12-14-2010, 09:17 PM
what do I wish for? a new coaching staff, from top to bottom. 2nd: a better version of schaub. we can't afford to pull back into games only to lose the way well, only the Texans lose. My heart has been broken too many times in this team's short history. I can't handle much more. .... and let's see the tacks suck it out the rest of their season, and the cowpokes too. That would make me feel just a tad better.

machineo
12-14-2010, 09:52 PM
1500 for Andre!
Let's make NFL history, but in a good way.

Wolf6151
12-14-2010, 10:03 PM
I'd like to see the bench cleared for the remaining meaningless games. Treat the last few games like next years preseason and see what some of these guys are capable of. We need to know if some of these guys are worth inviting to next years training camp. Guys that I want to see play so that we can evaluate them for next year:

Doren Dickerson-WR
Antwaun Molden-CB
Shelley Smith-OG
Troy Nolan-FS
Domonique Barber-SS
Quintin Demps-FS
Steve Slaton-RB
James Casey-TE
Garrett Graham-TE
Xavier Adibi-OLB
Earl Mitchell-DT
Kasey Studdard-OG
Darryl Sharpton-OLB
Brice McCain-CB
Sherrick McManis-CB
Damione Lewis-DT
Stanford Keglar-MLB
Tim Jamison-DE
Anthony Hill-TE
etc...

Some of these guys will simply remind us of how bad they are and why they are on the bench and others might show us that they deserve significantly more playing time and that they're starter candidates for next year. Better to know now, before FA and the draft, instead of 3-4 games into next season.