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Carr Bombed
12-19-2010, 08:09 PM
I'm done criticizing Gary Kubiak, it's clear he's in over his head and can't help the fact that he sucks as a head coach...same with Frank Bush. The problems with this team are no longer their fault. The man who acts like the current status quo is perfectly acceptable and the man who keeps these absolute incompetent coaches employed is the MAJOR problem with this team.

Wake the hell up BOB. You are currently one of the biggest suckers in professional sports. You might as well be Matt Millen and I no longer want to hear from Kubiak, I want to hear from you, because you are the one who's responsible for all this crap. You are the reason why this team underachieves every year. Vince Lombardi told his team that they were going to pursue perfection even though it was unattainable, but if they went for it they would reach excellence...

Well you act like you're just trying to pursue "respectability", but along the way you're grabbing mediocrity....actually you aren't even grabbing that this season. RAISE THE DAMN BAR BOB! This team is never going to turn around until you start holding people's feet to the fire and stop coddling your damn team!

HJam72
12-19-2010, 08:11 PM
I agree. Thanx for bringing crap back to Houston. It goes great with the humidity. :foottap:

CloakNNNdagger
12-19-2010, 08:24 PM
McNair would have done well to not make any comment this past week. It will only have forced his hand to make additional comments this week or leave this whole city a laughing stock of the NFL.

The Titans MB is already having fun at our expense. [indirectly courtesy of Mr. Texan]:

http://i56.tinypic.com/21p05d3.gif

bckey
12-19-2010, 08:32 PM
McNair would have done well to not make any comment this past week. It will only have forced his hand to make additional comments this week or leave this whole city a laughing stock of the NFL.

The Titans MB is already having fun at our expense.


Agreed. I'm hoping it forces him into dumping Kubiak.

TexCanada
12-19-2010, 08:33 PM
I think these type of threads should be reserved for next year, if Kubiak is still the HC. Until then, we can't really call Bob a sucker, can we? Obviously this is just my opinion, and not everyone shares it, but bringing back Kubiak after last year was OK. We went 9-7 and were a few mistakes away from being even better. I thought if we could clean up those mistakes then we would be in a good place. Now it is apparent that those mistakes are a part of this coaching regime and they are not going to go away. So, Kubiak should be fired.

IMO, if Bob fires Kubiak after this season, he will have handled the situation very well. If not, then I will change my opinion on Bob.

Mr. Texan
12-19-2010, 08:36 PM
this track?

http://failblog.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/59409f51-e277-4ada-8a2f-fcfb36a0b7aa.jpg

VTexan
12-19-2010, 08:37 PM
Some more blame should directed towards Rick Smith... In my honest opinion.

michaelm
12-19-2010, 08:38 PM
I think these type of threads should be reserved for next year, if Kubiak is still the HC. Until then, we can't really call Bob a sucker, can we? Obviously this is just my opinion, and not everyone shares it, but bringing back Kubiak after last year was OK. We went 9-7 and were a few mistakes away from being even better. I thought if we could clean up those mistakes then we would be in a good place. Now it is apparent that those mistakes are a part of this coaching regime and they are not going to go away. So, Kubiak should be fired.

IMO, if Bob fires Kubiak after this season, he will have handled the situation very well. If not, then I will change my opinion on Bob.

I understand your meaning, but disagree.

The time is NOW.

bckey
12-19-2010, 08:41 PM
I think these type of threads should be reserved for next year, if Kubiak is still the HC. Until then, we can't really call Bob a sucker, can we? Obviously this is just my opinion, and not everyone shares it, but bringing back Kubiak after last year was OK. We went 9-7 and were a few mistakes away from being even better. I thought if we could clean up those mistakes then we would be in a good place. Now it is apparent that those mistakes are a part of this coaching regime and they are not going to go away. So, Kubiak should be fired.

IMO, if Bob fires Kubiak after this season, he will have handled the situation very well. If not, then I will change my opinion on Bob.

A lot of us thought Kubiak sucked last year and should have been fired. The Texans had a cream puff schedule and still couldn't win when it mattered. The crap has just been piling up so high that it is finally visible by the masses.

gary
12-19-2010, 08:42 PM
Fire Gary the Monday after the Jags game.

Carr Bombed
12-19-2010, 08:51 PM
McNair would have done well to not make any comment this past week. It will only have forced his hand to make additional comments this week or leave this whole city a laughing stock of the NFL.

The Titans MB is already having fun at our expense. [indirectly courtesy of Mr. Texan]:

http://i56.tinypic.com/21p05d3.gif

You know what this post made me think of?


After all the heartbreaking losses over the years, I'm almost positive this wasn't his first "moral victory" speech to the team. That would be too much of a coincidence. I think it's just the first one that he went on the record and talked about.

I bet you that after losses like last week, McNair has been in that locker room giving PLENTY of "attaboys" out and pats on the back. There's only a few players on this team that seem to really care about whether they win or lose or eat, sleep, and breath football. The other ones are just complacent and have the best gig in the NFL. The Houston Texans... Where wins and losses don't matter, only moral victories. If our "kids" fought hard and gave their best everything is fine, because that's all that matters here in Houston.

The only thing that's "on track" here, is engineer BOB's gravy train, because that's what the Texans are.. The gravy train of the NFL. Who the hell cares if you're Steve Slaton or Matt Turk and you absolutely suck at your job.....hop on the gravy train...we'll keep letting you suck at your job, because wins obviously don't matter to this owner.

TexCanada
12-19-2010, 08:53 PM
A lot of us thought Kubiak sucked last year and should have been fired. The Texans had a cream puff schedule and still couldn't win when it mattered. The crap has just been piling up so high that it is finally visible by the masses.

I agree with you, there were plenty of people who wanted Kubiak gone last year, but there were also a lot who wanted one more year for him. I think that Bob has shown he is a very loyal person, and if a fan base is split 50/50 (approximately) and keeping or firing, Bob is going to choose keeping. Now that almost everybody wants Kubiak gone, Bob will have a different kind of decision to make.

For me, If he STILL chooses to be loyal to Kubiak, then I will be quite upset. Until then, though, I don't think any negativity towards McNair is really warranted.

Carr Bombed
12-19-2010, 08:54 PM
Some more blame should directed towards Rick Smith... In my honest opinion.

This team has been falling flat on their collective faces way before Rick Smith got here. I'm now convinced that the main problem with this team isn't Smith or Kubiak, it's Bob McNair.....he accepts and coddles mediocrity and he breeds complacency (he did exactly that with David Carr and he's doing it now with this team), there is absolutely no sense of urgency with him or this team and the problems we have with this team trickle down from the top.

gary
12-19-2010, 08:55 PM
At least the Rockets are playing hard which is much more than the Texans right now.

texanhead08
12-19-2010, 09:01 PM
Some more blame should directed towards Rick Smith... In my honest opinion.

They both need to go. Kubiak has final say on personnel and the talent sucks. Smith works with him and for the same reason his ass needs to go too. We need a gm not a ****ing yes man.

edo783
12-19-2010, 09:05 PM
They both need to go. Kubiak has final say on personnel and the talent sucks. Smith works with him and for the same reason his ass needs to go too. We need a gm not a ****ing yes man.

Actually, I think you have that backwards. The HC works for the GM, but in this case neither of them is working.

Carr Bombed
12-19-2010, 09:07 PM
Actually, I think you have that backwards. The HC works for the GM, but in this case neither of them is working.

Yeah, but the strange thing about this relationship is that Kubiak pretty much hired Rick Smith. At this point I don't care about either...both need to go.

gary
12-19-2010, 09:12 PM
I think AJ should get involved in the process. Maybe Bob will hear his best player.

TexCanada
12-19-2010, 09:14 PM
I think AJ should get involved in the process. Maybe Bob will hear his best player.

Its hard to say what AJ's opinion is though. All of the players seem to like and support Kubiak.

gary
12-19-2010, 09:16 PM
Its hard to say what AJ's opinion is though. All of the players seem to like and support Kubiak.He must be tierd of sucking though.

TexCanada
12-19-2010, 09:19 PM
He must be tierd of sucking though.

Oh ya, I'm sure he is. It would be interesting to know what he thinks the problem is though.

Runner
12-19-2010, 09:27 PM
Actually, I think you have that backwards. The HC works for the GM, but in this case neither of them is working.

The HC has never worked for the GM in this organization.

Honoring Earl 34
12-19-2010, 09:28 PM
Oh jeepers maybe not !

http://www.worldbulletin.net/images_2/other/tren-isvicre.jpg

gary
12-19-2010, 09:33 PM
Oh ya, I'm sure he is. It would be interesting to know what he thinks the problem is though.I don't know if we will ever find out from him because he just is not that type of person.

GlassHalfFull
12-19-2010, 09:43 PM
Why do we feel the need to vilify everyone?

I have a lot of respect for Bob McNair and can only imagine that his pain is a multiple of 100 magnitude compared to mine.

Nobody is happy. But nobody is evil either.

edit, expect for JB. JB is evil.

Mr. White
12-19-2010, 09:43 PM
The HC has never worked for the GM in this organization.

Capers didn't work for Casserly either?

JB
12-19-2010, 09:47 PM
Why do we feel the need to vilify everyone?

I have a lot of respect for Bob McNair and can only imagine that his pain is a multiple of 100 magnitude compared to mine.

Nobody is happy. But nobody is evil either.

edit, except for JB. JB is evil.

Had to fix it for ya to make it work... :tiphat:


edit: I love you too friend!

Runner
12-19-2010, 09:52 PM
Capers didn't work for Casserly either?

Nope. The team fell apart because of political squabbles between coaching and management. Had Casserly had any control, he could have cut out some cancers in the coaching staff.

CloakNNNdagger
12-19-2010, 10:08 PM
The last few weeks I've felt like I've been watching THE RETURN OF THE REPLACEMENTS >>>>>>>>without the surprise win at the end. :kitten:

Mr. White
12-19-2010, 10:22 PM
Nope. The team fell apart because of political squabbles between coaching and management. Had Casserly had any control, he could have cut out some cancers in the coaching staff.

That's interesting. So management and coaching are 2 separate departments. I wonder where Bob McNair got the idea to run the team that way.

CloakNNNdagger
12-19-2010, 10:29 PM
That's interesting. So management and coaching are 2 separate departments. I wonder where Bob McNair got the idea to run the team that way.

Unbeknown to many, McNair has had an "iron hand" with decisions on all levels. Unlike Jerry Jones, it has been kept relatively low profile............separate from the facade the public sees.

Carr Bombed
12-19-2010, 10:32 PM
Why do we feel the need to vilify everyone?

I have a lot of respect for Bob McNair and can only imagine that his pain is a multiple of 100 magnitude compared to mine.

Nobody is happy. But nobody is evil either.

edit, expect for JB. JB is evil.

Nobody said McNair is evil or vilified him.....just criticized, as paying customers we have the right to do that when he isn't delivering on his end.

Runner
12-19-2010, 10:34 PM
That's interesting. So management and coaching are 2 separate departments. I wonder where Bob McNair got the idea to run the team that way.

It leaves the final indecision to him.

Runner
12-19-2010, 10:35 PM
Unbeknown to many, McNair has had an "iron hand" with decisions on all levels. Unlike Jerry Jones, it has been kept relatively low profile............separate from the facade the public sees.

The Texans have good PR?

steelbtexan
12-19-2010, 10:53 PM
Unbeknown to many, McNair has had an "iron hand" with decisions on all levels. Unlike Jerry Jones, it has been kept relatively low profile............separate from the facade the public sees.

It goes farther than that. I believe McNair is the worst kind of boss to work for. The kind that tells you that you have total control over your job.

Then when it comes time to make a big decision McNair steps in and says I know I told you that you had total control but I'm going to make this decision. But you still have total control. LOL

This undermines the trust,authority and overall structure of the Texans organization and also is a major contributor to the 9 yrs of failure within this organization. IMHO

Big Lou
12-19-2010, 11:18 PM
Some more blame should directed towards Rick Smith... In my honest opinion.

Do you mean because Kubiak is still here or because of personell?

Smith has brought in good players through the draft, with the exception of this year. Good teams build through the draft. I don't think Kubiak is his call, although I think it were fully decision, he'd keep him.

Mr. White
12-19-2010, 11:34 PM
Unbeknown to many, McNair has had an "iron hand" with decisions on all levels. Unlike Jerry Jones, it has been kept relatively low profile............separate from the facade the public sees.

It leaves the final indecision to him.

I can't believe what I'm reading. So Bob McNair really runs the organization....wow.

I thought this whole time he was just the nice old guy that opens up his wallet and signs the checks....

.....most importantly, I thought he was the nice old guy that didn't need to deliver results because he brought the NFL back to Houston.

Cue up Clay Walker.

hookinreds
12-20-2010, 12:07 AM
So we said hi to Uncle Bob as he and his possy came onto the field...and at the end of the 1st, as they were walking off we were chanting for Cower, Gruden, a winner. Kubiak...well, he walked on the field by himself, head down, with a completely defeated look on his face before the game even started. There was a lot of yelling on the sidelines after certain plays consistant with players getting pissed off after crappy play...I guess that's both good and bad. What I can attest to is that pretty much every player was hanging their heads and mumbling under their breath pissed off. It doesn't mean a whole lot after the fact, but unfortunately it was nice to see them pissed off after the loss. Briesel was really pissed off as he walked off the field.

This season is sooooo over...but we'll still occupy 4 seats for the last game. As bad as it is...me, my wife and the two boys will still try to take the high road, and hope that they get to see a win.

Hopefully Bob will make the necessary changes to improve over the off season. I expect him to make the changes in a classy way to help all those envolved save face...but there is no way (as a business man) that he can not see the writing on the wall.

dinkatoid
12-20-2010, 12:22 AM
This season is sooooo over...but we'll still occupy 4 seats for the last game.


Not to try to derail this topic or anything, but due to all the fans that are pissed off enough to not come to games, the ticket prices were much lower than normal and I was able to get tickets to finally go to my first game. I take it this is not usually what people mean when they say to try to find the bright side of everything, but still - I have never had the chance to go to a game before, so I am excited to see a game in person finally, even if we have not had the best of years. I was given the tickets as a gift - on the 35 yard line behind the Texans bench - but since I am new to the whole Texan game thing, if anyone has any advice or things I need to know, please pm me and let me know, I would greatly appreciate it.

</end de-railing of thread>

Lucky
12-20-2010, 12:34 AM
I think AJ should get involved in the process. Maybe Bob will hear his best player.
The look on AJ's face during this latest debacle told me that he's about had it. Expect Johnson to request a meeting with McNair after the season.

thegr8fan
12-20-2010, 01:10 AM
I think it was the movie 'Rounders' where the line was 'if you look around the (poker) table and can't spot the sucker, it is probably YOU.'

Hey Bob, when you were sitting there at the owners table, looking around, and listening to the other owners tell you how your team was so 'close' and 'contenders', were you able to spot the 'sucker' at the table??

No, you didn't see him??

hmmm

hookinreds
12-20-2010, 01:16 AM
The look on AJ's face during this latest debacle told me that he's about had it. Expect Johnson to request a meeting with McNair after the season.

If I remember right, AJ was the last Texan off the field and walking with his head down and a pissed off look. The dude is fed up.

Carr Bombed
12-20-2010, 01:20 AM
If I remember right, AJ was the last Texan off the field and walking with his head down and a pissed off look. The dude is fed up.

He deserves better.

Txn_in_FL
12-20-2010, 01:20 AM
Nobody said McNair is evil or vilified him.....just criticized, as paying customers we have the right to do that when he isn't delivering on his end.

Why do people get so offended when you criticize a sports team for failing to perform up to expectations? The team plays like crap, when you call them on it somehow YOU are the asshole.

If you spend a ton of money on a car or some sort of other product and it didn't work as planned would you keep your piece of shit item or take it back and complain? How is this any different?

Txn_in_FL
12-20-2010, 01:22 AM
If I remember right, AJ was the last Texan off the field and walking with his head down and a pissed off look. The dude is fed up.

You could very well end up in a Barry Sanders situation with a guy like AJ. Classy HOF players with the misfortune of landing on mediocre teams who did and MAY retire before they really are ready to.

Carr Bombed
12-20-2010, 01:28 AM
You could very well end up in a Barry Sanders situation with a guy like AJ. Classy HOF players with the misfortune of landing on mediocre teams who did and MAY retire before they really are ready to.

Unless something drastically changes, he will be this generation's Barry Sanders. Hell, he'll be worse than that....I believe Barry atleast made it to a NFC championship game and went to the playoffs 5 times, we can't even get Andre to the postseason and he's only had one winning season in his career.

steelbtexan
12-20-2010, 01:42 AM
AJ took McNairs's $$$$ and playing on a crappy team is the price he has to pay.

He made his bed now he has to lie in it. Dont feel sorry for Dre' he knew the score when he signed that big contract.

hookinreds
12-20-2010, 01:49 AM
AJ took McNairs's $$$$ and playing on a crappy team is the price he has to pay.

He made his bed now he has to lie in it. Dont feel sorry for Dre' he knew the score when he signed that big contract.

He took the money yes...and he's stuck with it. He's also getting paid the money he deserves, and he's gone above and beyond by playing through his injury. So yes, it does suck for him to put forth the effort that he does only to have crap surrounding him every in the huddle and on the sideline. He's doing what he can to make the team better...this off season the boss better do the same.

Norg
12-20-2010, 01:58 AM
Another Loss another step close to teh end of Kubes dont worry guyz the end is near

Next week we will get torched By rookie Tim Tebow and da DOnkeys

Carr Bombed
12-20-2010, 02:19 AM
AJ took McNairs's $$$$ and playing on a crappy team is the price he has to pay.

He made his bed now he has to lie in it. Dont feel sorry for Dre' he knew the score when he signed that big contract.

Andre didn't "make this bed" (he's being forced to lie in it, but he certainly didn't make it) and in no way in hell did Andre think he was never going to win when he signed that contract. He believed in the team and he believes in this franchise, that's why he signed.

If we can't turn this around, I'd certainly be open to trading Andre Johnson to a winner.

Koolaid Time
12-20-2010, 05:12 AM
Unbeknown to many, McNair has had an "iron hand" with decisions on all levels. Unlike Jerry Jones, it has been kept relatively low profile............separate from the facade the public sees.

If so, then I expect many in the Texas Front Office and Coaching Staff will be deservedly suffering from crushed testicles this week.

Seņor Stan
12-20-2010, 06:57 AM
Here's what I thought of when I heard the Texans were "On the Right Track"....

http://www.impawards.com/1981/posters/on_the_right_track.jpg

CloakNNNdagger
12-20-2010, 07:20 AM
If so, then I expect many in the Texas Front Office and Coaching Staff will be deservedly suffering from crushed testicles this week.

Unfortunately, there is no one there to crush his.........unless it's we fans.
Jerry Jones lives and dies with what he says and does. McNair in the past hasn't typcially said much for people to know what he thinks, and has not been overtly associated with much of anything that actually happens with coaching and player decisions.

Pantherstang84
12-20-2010, 07:43 AM
Andre didn't "make this bed" (he's being forced to lie in it, but he certainly didn't make it) and in no way in hell did Andre think he was never going to win when he signed that contract. He believed in the team and he believes in this franchise, that's why he signed.

If we can't turn this around, I'd certainly be open to traded Andre Johnson to a winner.

I guess I'm not allowed to rep you anymore. Thank you for setting the record straight.

HoustonFrog
12-20-2010, 08:19 AM
Andre didn't "make this bed" (he's being forced to lie in it, but he certainly didn't make it) and in no way in hell did Andre think he was never going to win when he signed that contract. He believed in the team and he believes in this franchise, that's why he signed.

If we can't turn this around, I'd certainly be open to traded Andre Johnson to a winner.

Agree. Here is a guy that was loyal and who has played through a tough injury...not only played but played well. He probably expected this to be the year. But what can you do when the coach and GM blow picks, put a bad product defense wise on the field and dont' take advantage of your stregths to start games on offense. I honestly though, starting with the Titan game, that the Texans would start running a 60 minute hurry up and that woould be the 3 game strak that would have people saying "see, they will do that next year." But it wasn't surprising to see Kubes not change and decide to get his butt kick to start a game again. The guy won't learn. He can't adapt. And for that AJ is screwed.

Blake
12-20-2010, 09:08 AM
The look on AJ's face during this latest debacle told me that he's about had it. Expect Johnson to request a meeting with McNair after the season.

AJ is getting paid bank by McNair, AJ is comfortable and highly respected in the organization and community, and you can tell AJ is gonna have a sit down with McNair because the look on his face?

okie dokie. If he hasnt bolted yet, I dont see him requesting a trade after inking a contract extension in Houston through 2016.

El Tejano
12-20-2010, 09:16 AM
I'm starting to think that if we don't get a new head coach like Cowher, it will be because he has seen our Owner and Front Office and thought " I can't win here no matter what talent comes through here. These guys are soft!"

gary
12-20-2010, 10:53 AM
I think the only reason Gary might still be here after the season is over is because of the lockout which Bob is a leader of anyway.

Carr Bombed
12-20-2010, 11:05 AM
I think the only reason Gary might still be here after the season is over is because of the lockout which Bob is a leader of anyway.

If McNair doesn't fire Kubiak, this offseason is going to be the worst offseason ever....there will be no hope at all for next season.

HOU-TEX
12-20-2010, 11:09 AM
If McNair doesn't fire Kubiak, than this offseason is going to be the worst offseason ever....there will be no hope at all for next season.

I agree for the most part. Although, if we hire some badass DC things might not be as bad as it sounds now. That said, I don't think I'll be doing any Texans off-season activities. I've been attending the training camps the past several years, but I don't think I'll have it in me to go this year. Sad

gary
12-20-2010, 11:11 AM
If McNair doesn't fire Kubiak, than this offseason is going to be the worst offseason ever....there will be no hope at all for next season.I agree, but the samething just might be holding many teams NFL teams this offseason IMHO.

steelbtexan
12-20-2010, 11:19 AM
If McNair doesn't fire Kubiak, this offseason is going to be the worst offseason ever....there will be no hope at all for next season.

Yep, no hope is the mantra of this offseason if Kubiak is retained.

You're right, AJ does deserve to be on a winner. But the choices he made have consequences. Even though this situation with the team stinking up the joint has nothing to do with AJ.

That falls squarely on the shoulders of Uncle BoB.

Double Barrel
12-20-2010, 12:23 PM
AJ took McNairs's $$$$ and playing on a crappy team is the price he has to pay.

He made his bed now he has to lie in it. Dont feel sorry for Dre' he knew the score when he signed that big contract.

While I can't argue about AJ's freewill decision to remain in Houston, I can't chastise him for wanting to take the respectable route of winning with the team that drafted him instead of becoming a mercenary on the free market. It is admirable, and I can't help but want good things for the guy.

Unfortunately, his optimism and hope for this franchise has not been rewarded, but certainly not because of his performances. He is the only thing that is making this team respectable on any level, and if/when he's had enough and moves on (just a matter of time with the way things are going), I will wish him the best and root for wherever he goes with the exception of the Titans or Cowboys.

I agree for the most part. Although, if we hire some badass DC things might not be as bad as it sounds now. That said, I don't think I'll be doing any Texans off-season activities. I've been attending the training camps the past several years, but I don't think I'll have it in me to go this year. Sad

The next badass coach that the Texans hire will be the first badass coach in franchise history. The M.O. of Bob McNair is clearly coming into focus now and is defining inept.

gary
12-20-2010, 12:29 PM
AJ might ask Bob Gary or me. Which one?

Blake
12-20-2010, 12:35 PM
AJ might ask Bob Gary or me. Which one?

:um:

What?

Carr Bombed
12-20-2010, 12:36 PM
I will wish him the best and root for wherever he goes with the exception of the Titans or Cowboys.

Honestly, I'd probably still root for him no matter what team he played for, even if he was a Titan and a Cowboy. I just want to see the guy win, he deserves to be rewarded (on the field) for all his hard work. Losing year after year after year after year after year after year after year has to be maddening.

Double Barrel
12-20-2010, 12:38 PM
Honestly, I'd probably still root for him no matter what team he played for, even if he was a Titan and a Cowboy. I just want to see the guy win, he deserves to be rewarded (on the field) for all his hard work. Losing year after year after year after year after year after year after year has to be maddening.

You know, you're probably right. I like AJ as a person and as a player. And after dedicating his prime career years to this inept franchise, I can't root against the guy wherever he might end up.

Carr Bombed
12-20-2010, 12:38 PM
:um:

What?

AJ might ask Bob, "Gary or me. Which one?"

gary
12-20-2010, 12:45 PM
:um:

What?Which one do you want Kubiak or me? That is if/when Bob and AJ do meet with each other after this season which is very likely at this point.

gary
12-20-2010, 12:48 PM
AJ might ask Bob, "Gary or me. Which one?"Yup, sorry it did not come out right.

FirstTexansFan
12-20-2010, 12:51 PM
I would choose Gary over AJ anyday! Wait... we are talking about GARY the POSTER correct? :)

The1ApplePie
12-20-2010, 12:56 PM
Hey Bob McNair! Do you still think this team is on the right track?

Bob: (Counts his money) "Yes"

Carr Bombed
12-20-2010, 12:56 PM
Hey Bob McNair! Do you still think this team is on the right track?

Bob: (Counts his money) "Yes"

:spit:

Double Barrel
12-20-2010, 12:59 PM
Hey Bob McNair! Do you still think this team is on the right track?

Bob: (Counts his money) "Yes"

QFT.

My buddy Jungle Bob nailed it yesterday while watching the game. He said "McNair wants to win, but losing doesn't bother him too much. There is always next year."

And this is what we fans have to understand. Losing bothers us a LOT more than it apparently bothers McNair. Win or lose, he makes a ton of profit for his investment. So if winning comes later so it can be under his preordained conditions, then the consolation prize of millions of dollars is still a good thing (to him).

devo-x
12-20-2010, 01:14 PM
I don't think McNair can justify keeping Kubiak next year (even with an impending lockout)

AJ deserves to have a new coach in Cowher to elevate this team to the next level - postseason/playoffs

Koolaid Time
12-20-2010, 01:31 PM
Here's what I thought of when I heard the Texans were "On the Right Track"....

http://www.impawards.com/1981/posters/on_the_right_track.jpg

If Kubiak stays the "Engineer" on this "Railroad" then the Texans are headed to a bad place.

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/telegraph/multimedia/archive/01209/Latvia-train_1209758i.jpg

gary
12-20-2010, 01:35 PM
If Kubiak stays the "Engineer" on this "Railroad" then the Texans are headed to a bad place.

http://www.sptimes.com/News/101199/photos/nie-auschwitz.jpgTexans training camp?:specnatz:

CloakNNNdagger
12-26-2010, 12:05 PM
"The only thing that ever consoles man for the stupid things he does is the praise he always gives himself for doing them." -Oscar Wilde