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FirstTexansFan
10-30-2011, 11:48 PM
They never complained when we were the doormat of the AFC South, now we're a bunch of cheap shot artists?

LINK (http://www.chron.com/sports/texans/article/Jaguars-defenders-accuse-Texans-of-playing-dirty-2244051.php)

Texn4life
10-30-2011, 11:51 PM
They never complained when we were the doormat of the AFC South, now we're a bunch of cheap shot artists?

LINK (http://www.chron.com/sports/texans/article/Jaguars-defenders-accuse-Texans-of-playing-dirty-2244051.php)

I saw this earlier...... They're a bunch of crying babies. Talked a lot of trash and got beat. Take it like a man and move on. For years we were soft to other teams, now we're dirty? Go figure! I'd rather be known as a dirty winning team than a soft losing team.

Playoffs
10-30-2011, 11:54 PM
Cheap shots, stepping on heads, dirty o-line cut blocks .... kool. :thumbup

srrono
10-30-2011, 11:58 PM
Thats right the Texans are a product of thier fanbase

http://www.warn.com/blog/images/1739/mud_guy_small.jpg

Pantherstang84
10-30-2011, 11:59 PM
Cheap shots, stepping on heads, dirty o-line cut blocks .... kool. :thumbup

Yep. I've got no problem with it.

Norg
10-31-2011, 12:00 AM
all i gots to say good game Jags see yall in like 4 weeks :kitten:

MEGA SWATT
10-31-2011, 12:20 AM
That fat azz needs to shut his pie hole. Talking sheet and then getting your azz beat and what do you do? Keep talking. They're a bunch of sissies, grow a pair and sthu.

76Texan
10-31-2011, 12:22 AM
I saw this earlier...... They're a bunch of crying babies. Talked a lot of trash and got beat. Take it like a man and move on. For years we were soft to other teams, now we're dirty? Go figure! I'd rather be known as a dirty winning team than a soft losing team.^^^

bah007
10-31-2011, 12:25 AM
What's really funny is that the Jags d line is probably the best unit on their team. Maybe instead of crying about our completely legal blocking methods they should be bitching at their teammates for not stepping up.

Sway
10-31-2011, 12:30 AM
^^^

one thing I've noticed is that the 'dirty' teams earn/ require respect. If that's what they wanna say, then my retort is keep it up! I love how he says that 'some guy' stepped on his head... so where's your helmet moron? Furthermore, if his helmet is ON, how's he know it wasn't one of his own knuckleheads?
They can try again in a few weeks against our refreshed squad.

Texn4life
10-31-2011, 12:31 AM
What's really funny is that the Jags d line is probably the best unit on their team. Maybe instead of crying about our completely legal blocking methods they should be bitching at their teammates for not stepping up.

Seriously!!! Because their front 7 is big, fast and physical. We were a bunch of arrogant softies earlier in the week according to that Big Slop in the middle so I don't know what to think of us now....... Maybe Kubiak should tell our guys to be nicer to the opponent on the field right? And when we make a good play don't even high five each other because we're showing them up........ Give me a break!

76Texan
10-31-2011, 12:34 AM
seriously!!! Because their front 7 is big, fast and physical. We were a bunch of arrogant softies earlier in the week according to that big slop in the middle so i don't know what to think of us now....... Maybe kubiak should tell our guys to be nicer to the opponent on the field right? And when we make a good play don't even high five each other because we're showing them up........ Give me a break!

lol!

76Texan
10-31-2011, 12:36 AM
one thing I've noticed is that the 'dirty' teams earn/ require respect. If that's what they wanna say, then my retort is keep it up! I love how he says that 'some guy' stepped on his head... so where's your helmet moron? Furthermore, if his helmet is ON, how's he know it wasn't one of his own knuckleheads?
They can try again in a few weeks against our refreshed squad.

It will be WAR!!!

Come on kitties, don't be such Puccees!

STEEL BLUE TEXANS
10-31-2011, 12:36 AM
Yea, well Gabbert has a pottymouth. :texflag:

Trap_Star
10-31-2011, 12:51 AM
http://thahiphopcorner.com/forum/Smileys/default/a5c94d80bc8990bfc077b03499654a85.gif

ThaJokaa
10-31-2011, 12:53 AM
Yea, well Gabbert has a pottymouth. :texflag:
Woah there M***** F$)@%#

Showtime100
10-31-2011, 01:10 AM
What a laugh. +1 to all of the posts above.

I sure would like to get Mootini's take on this. He's a Jag fan but a great poster here. I wonder what his take is on what, if anything on the subject, is being said in J-town.

76Texan
10-31-2011, 01:15 AM
What a laugh. +1 to all of the posts above.

I sure would like to get Mootini's take on this. He's a Jag fan but a great poster here. I wonder what his take is on what, if anything on the subject, is being said in J-town.

Knowing moontini, I'd say he agrees with us!

Dutchrudder
10-31-2011, 01:32 AM
The hit on Gabbert by Cushing was indeed a cheap shot and should have been flagged, but that was the only thing I saw in that game.

Showtime100
10-31-2011, 01:34 AM
Knowing moontini, I'd say he agrees with us!

He might. I sure didn't see anything that jumped out at me. I watched the Philly-Dallas game tonight and as expected they played like they don't like each other, but you could see play after play where you wondered if somebody didn't just draw a personal foul in that game. The Houston game I saw nothing of the sort, legal blocks and all.

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After what Mincey said this pic jumped out at me. Maybe his head got squashed by his teammates trying to get Foster....who just got past him. :spit:

http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r65/ShowtimeN15580/Houston%20Texans/mediaManagerCASLUQDF.jpg

76Texan
10-31-2011, 01:43 AM
He might. I sure didn't see anything that jumped out at me. I watched the Philly-Dallas game tonight and as expected they played like they don't like each other, but you could see play after play where you wondered if somebody didn't just draw a personal foul in that game. The Houston game I saw nothing of the sort, legal blocks and all.

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After what Mincey said this pic jumped out at me. Maybe his head got squashed by his teammates trying to get Foster....who just got past him. :spit:


Nice pix!

I don't see any complain over on the Jaguars board (yet)!

rush2112mn
10-31-2011, 03:17 AM
I saw this earlier...... They're a bunch of crying babies. Talked a lot of trash and got beat. Take it like a man and move on. For years we were soft to other teams, now we're dirty? Go figure! I'd rather be known as a dirty winning team than a soft losing team.

Hell yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

TheMatrix31
10-31-2011, 04:40 AM
We'll see you in a couple of weeks, Jacksoffville.

thunderkyss
10-31-2011, 08:35 AM
Did anyone see Cushing get into it with one of the jagUars early in the game?

He tackled a jag player & while he was down, the guy jabs at Cush. Cush stops, because the play is over & the Jag jabs at him after the whistle. Cush gets up & almost started something but the referee saw it & jumped in.

That was dirty.

CloakNNNdagger
10-31-2011, 09:05 AM
Message to Jaguars: You were lucky this wasn't a night game.

Cushing preparing for the sun going down.


http://curlyuglydog.tripod.com/Images/dogs/dog_curly.jpg

TimeKiller
10-31-2011, 09:10 AM
"I still don't like them, and I have no respect for them at all," he said. "It was just the dirty stuff they were doing. I don't want to get into specifics; I just don't like them."

Then....don't go into generalities either. Either come with it or don't bring it up.


"They're some nasty guys," Mincey said. "I was on the ground, and some guy stepped on my head. They're very dirty."

Why were you on the ground? Seems like the wrong place to lay down, in the middle of 14 big dudes in essentially a pushing match.

Mr teX
10-31-2011, 10:04 AM
Did anyone see Cushing get into it with one of the jagUars early in the game?

He tackled a jag player & while he was down, the guy jabs at Cush. Cush stops, because the play is over & the Jag jabs at him after the whistle. Cush gets up & almost started something but the referee saw it & jumped in.

That was dirty.

absolutely loved it, Cush basically forearmed his ass into the ground & dude got mad...Cush is a certified animal.

mootini
10-31-2011, 10:31 AM
What's really funny is that the Jags d line is probably the best unit on their team. Maybe instead of crying about our completely legal blocking methods they should be bitching at their teammates for not stepping up.

Agree...we all know stuff happens in the trenches. The Jags D needs to slap that very "Offensive" offense unit!

Mr. Texan
10-31-2011, 10:35 AM
http://france.worldcupblog.org/files/2009/11/crying-baby-300x300.jpg

mootini
10-31-2011, 10:37 AM
The hit on Gabbert by Cushing was indeed a cheap shot and should have been flagged, but that was the only thing I saw in that game.

Agree...that was a cheap shot and was very surprised there was no flags! Gabby was sliding for a 1st down and took a shot to the ribs and then hit to the head from Cushing....you guys know, if this was Tom Brady sliding for the 1st down, the flags would have been flying! That's my issue w/NFL, the calls are not consistant, per players and teams. Anyway, great game and good victory for the Texans.

Rey
10-31-2011, 10:41 AM
Nasty and dirty are two different things...

When I think of being dirty I think of sand in your eyes, pressing your forearm into a a person's throat when he's on the ground, grabbing genitals...you know...intent to injure...

Playing through the whistle...giving a little extra shove...finishing your opponent....Protecting your guys at all cost...

That's just how you are supposed to play as an O-lineman.

El Tejano
10-31-2011, 10:42 AM
One thing that I've noticed is that we are getting more penalties called on us offensively. However, I'm starting to be okay with that because I see us being tougher now. In years past we would let the guy go past us. Now we seem to have a bit more fight in us. However it does kill us.

Malloy
10-31-2011, 11:20 AM
Did anyone see Cushing get into it with one of the jagUars early in the game?

He tackled a jag player & while he was down, the guy jabs at Cush. Cush stops, because the play is over & the Jag jabs at him after the whistle. Cush gets up & almost started something but the referee saw it & jumped in.

That was dirty.

That was MJD.

Malloy
10-31-2011, 11:24 AM
Nasty and dirty are two different things...

When I think of being dirty I think of sand in your eyes, pressing your forearm into a a person's throat when he's on the ground, grabbing genitals...you know...intent to injure...

Playing through the whistle...giving a little extra shove...finishing your opponent....Protecting your guys at all cost...

That's just how you are supposed to play as an O-lineman.

Depending on who's doing it, I would also consider it nasty ;)

eriadoc
10-31-2011, 11:53 AM
Nasty and dirty are two different things...

When I think of being dirty I think of sand in your eyes, pressing your forearm into a a person's throat when he's on the ground, grabbing genitals...you know...intent to injure...

Playing through the whistle...giving a little extra shove...finishing your opponent....Protecting your guys at all cost...

That's just how you are supposed to play as an O-lineman.

I'd say Cushing came in on Gabbert with intent to injure. You know if that had happened to Schaub all these posters would be screaming about how dirty it was.

ThaJokaa
10-31-2011, 12:09 PM
That was MJD.

Actually, that was their FB with the dreads

HOU-TEX
10-31-2011, 12:11 PM
I'd say Cushing came in on Gabbert with intent to injure. You know if that had happened to Schaub all these posters would be screaming about how dirty it was.

I don't think so. It appeared to me that Cushing pulled up at the last second. He hardly grazed Gabbert and ended up doing a head first slide as a result. Now, if Cushing hadn't pulled up it would've been a serious collision with the intent to injure.

Considering he pulled up, he was not intentionally trying to hurt anybody.

I could be wrong, but that's how I saw it at the time.

The Cush
10-31-2011, 12:16 PM
Did anyone see Cushing get into it with one of the jagUars early in the game?

He tackled a jag player & while he was down, the guy jabs at Cush. Cush stops, because the play is over & the Jag jabs at him after the whistle. Cush gets up & almost started something but the referee saw it & jumped in.

That was dirty.

Yea, I think it was Deji Kareem and I don't think he liked how as Cushing was tackling him he had his right forearm under his chin strap as he was driving him down.

HuttoKarl
10-31-2011, 12:17 PM
I don't think so. It appeared to me that Cushing pulled up at the last second. He hardly grazed Gabbert and ended up doing a head first slide as a result. Now, if Cushing hadn't pulled up it would've been a serious collision with the intent to injure.

Considering he pulled up, he was not intentionally trying to hurt anybody.

I could be wrong, but that's how I saw it at the time.

Cush was already going to hit when the slide started...there's no way he could have done anything to prevent it. It was close enough to borderline that it could have been called or not.

I'm glad Cushing's returning to form, personally.

BigBull17
10-31-2011, 12:20 PM
Agree...that was a cheap shot and was very surprised there was no flags! Gabby was sliding for a 1st down and took a shot to the ribs and then hit to the head from Cushing....you guys know, if this was Tom Brady sliding for the 1st down, the flags would have been flying! That's my issue w/NFL, the calls are not consistant, per players and teams. Anyway, great game and good victory for the Texans.

The slide was odd. It looked like he jumped in the slide position, instead of actually sliding. The spot was very kind, so its whatever.

Double Barrel
10-31-2011, 12:24 PM
I don't think so. It appeared to me that Cushing pulled up at the last second. He hardly grazed Gabbert and ended up doing a head first slide as a result. Now, if Cushing hadn't pulled up it would've been a serious collision with the intent to injure.

Considering he pulled up, he was not intentionally trying to hurt anybody.

I could be wrong, but that's how I saw it at the time.

I agree with this.

If Gabbert had always intended to slide, then do it. He waited way too long, and defenders were already in motion. You can't stop forward momentum, regardless of what the suit & ties at the NFL head offices try to legislate.

Warren Moon used to do that, as well. He'd wait until the very last minuted to slide, then whine when he' got hit. But that was the NFL as a man's game, before they started with the skirt trend that we see today protecting QBs like they are not football players.

I'll take that Cushing hit every time, even if it gets a flag. You know Gabbert felt it for the rest of the game, and anything that makes the QB think about your no. 1 LB is a positive thing in this sport called football.

As far as this story, the Jags are a losing team and acting like little bitches about it. Chumps. Del Rio needs a new team, one with less vaginal discomfort issues.

eriadoc
10-31-2011, 12:29 PM
The fact that Cushing hit him was not cheap. Cushing did not pull up as much as he appeared to deliberately lead with his elbow. He was trying to put his elbow into Gabbert's ribs. I've watched it a few times. Gabbert didn't slide correctly, so that part is on him, but the elbow to the ribs appeared intentional to me, having intentionally put my elbow into people's ribs a few times myself.

eriadoc
10-31-2011, 12:32 PM
You know Gabbert felt it for the rest of the game, and anything that makes the QB think about your no. 1 LB is a positive thing in this sport called football.

I agree with that completely. I just think if the same hit had happened to Schaub, the whining would be coming from the posters on this board. If I actually felt like putting forth a little effort, I'm sure I could go dig up posts doing exactly that in similar scenarios.

thunderkyss
10-31-2011, 12:45 PM
That was MJD.

I thought it was the other runningback, Deji Karim.

thunderkyss
10-31-2011, 12:47 PM
The slide was odd. It looked like he jumped in the slide position, instead of actually sliding. The spot was very kind, so its whatever.

I thought that was the biggest reason they didn't throw the flag. Looked like he started to slide, then changed his mind, then changed his mind again...... only so much the defensive guys can do.

Double Barrel
10-31-2011, 01:00 PM
I agree with that completely. I just think if the same hit had happened to Schaub, the whining would be coming from the posters on this board. If I actually felt like putting forth a little effort, I'm sure I could go dig up posts doing exactly that in similar scenarios.

I remember Haynesworth landing on Schaub and taking him out a couple of years ago. Schaub should have gotten rid of the ball. Some of this stuff is on the QB, as well. They often put themselves in these situations.

You can research the board, but don't get your posters mixed up. I've never complained (or whined) about a hit on Schaub. It's football.

And you're probably right, though, that some might take exception. But this is our guy laying the wood on their guy, so finally that hit goes our way.

As far as your elbow comment, I won't disagree. I've seen Ray Lewis use that exact same technique for 15 years, and the NFL uses his play as an example of how to play the game. Cushing is just taking notes from the best.

Malloy
10-31-2011, 01:07 PM
Actually, that was their FB with the dreads

Must have been more than one incident then.

Kthx
10-31-2011, 01:16 PM
It was a fair hit, in my opinion once a QB crosses the LoS hes a running back and the same rules should apply. Also way too many of the elite QB's can gain like 5-7 extra yards on the end of any given run by doing the "im about to slide so don't hit me" motion. Its a win-win for them because if they get hit during any of that it generally gets called anyways.

As for the Texans playing dirty.. its honestly about f'in time. When our division rivals come out saying that we are really good people and even though we lost we still won a moral victory we aren't doing it right. Glad to hear some complaining about us finally.

thunderkyss
10-31-2011, 01:24 PM
It was a fair hit, in my opinion once a QB crosses the LoS hes a running back and the same rules should apply. Also way too many of the elite QB's can gain like 5-7 extra yards on the end of any given run by doing the "im about to slide so don't hit me" motion. Its a win-win for them because if they get hit during any of that it generally gets called anyways.


As someone said earlier, imagine that was Matt Schaub & Poz... we would be calling that dirty & the ref's had it in for us etc, etc, etc...


As for the Texans playing dirty.. its honestly about f'in time. When our division rivals come out saying that we are really good people and even though we lost we still won a moral victory we aren't doing it right. Glad to hear some complaining about us finally.

Good point. Would you rather have the owner of the Baltimore Ravens telling you how good your club is doing after they spank you in your house?

Or would you rather have them say we are dirty after putting 24 points on their top 10 defense?

:koolaid:

b0ng
10-31-2011, 01:32 PM
Or would you rather have them say we are dirty after putting 24 points on their top 10 defense?

:koolaid:

Yep. I know on this very board we have pined for players who are nasty and physical. It appears we have them now, or at least have them enough to make our divisional opponents eat some wahburgers and french cries.

eriadoc
10-31-2011, 01:40 PM
I remember Haynesworth landing on Schaub and taking him out a couple of years ago. Schaub should have gotten rid of the ball. Some of this stuff is on the QB, as well. They often put themselves in these situations.

You can research the board, but don't get your posters mixed up. I've never complained (or whined) about a hit on Schaub. It's football.

And you're probably right, though, that some might take exception. But this is our guy laying the wood on their guy, so finally that hit goes our way.

As far as your elbow comment, I won't disagree. I've seen Ray Lewis use that exact same technique for 15 years, and the NFL uses his play as an example of how to play the game. Cushing is just taking notes from the best.

Nah, I didn't mean to imply you were one of them. I just used your post as a jumping off point. I honestly don't mind either way; I just think it's funny reading the comments in this thread in general and remembering the comments when we were on the wrong end of those. Aside from the Jared Allen knee shots, I'm with you in general.

Short memories just kind of crack me up.

Rey
10-31-2011, 01:50 PM
I just want the refs to be consistent. That's pretty much it...If it's a flag, call it on anyone and everyone...

If it's not, then never call it...

Wolf
10-31-2011, 01:50 PM
I can imagine hearing Cushing quote Patrick swayze. "You ain't seen bad yet, but it is coming"

eriadoc
10-31-2011, 02:14 PM
I just want the refs to be consistent. That's pretty much it...If it's a flag, call it on anyone and everyone...

If it's not, then never call it...

LOL, don't ask for much, do you? :D

Mr teX
10-31-2011, 02:27 PM
You know how you prevent yourself from being stepped on? By not allowing someone to pancake you....so if i were myers or any of our o-line guys i'd simply tweet "would you like some syrup with your pancakes to make you feel better?"

Second Honeymoon
10-31-2011, 02:40 PM
It was obvious that Cush used his elbow on Gabbert's ribs. Kinda dirty but it wasn't called. QQ more, Jags. Quinn never made contact with Gabbert's head thus no call was made against him either. Gabbert's head whipped back a bit due to him hitting ground and that was not a slide. Quinn wanted to hit his head but missed by an inch.

As for the other plays, I thought it was all within the rules. Cushing used his forearm to finish off a guy, but it wasn't called so who cares.

The Jags are just whining because they suck and can see their season fading away in Week 8.

houstonspartan
10-31-2011, 02:51 PM
It was obvious that Cush used his elbow on Gabbert's ribs. Kinda dirty but it wasn't called. QQ more, Jags. Quinn never made contact with Gabbert's head thus no call was made against him either. Gabbert's head whipped back a bit due to him hitting ground and that was not a slide. Quinn wanted to hit his head but missed by an inch.

As for the other plays, I thought it was all within the rules. Cushing used his forearm to finish off a guy, but it wasn't called so who cares.

The Jags are just whining because they suck and can see their season fading away in Week 8.

That's what I'm thinking. I'm also thinking there's a psychological aspect of not being able to pick on the lowly little brother any more, and being pissed about it.

I'm seeing the same thing with my Michigan State Spartans. We've been beaten down by Michigan for years, but suddenly, after their fourth straight beat down by us, we have been labeled as "dirty."

It all goes back to envy and not having any game.

unabated
10-31-2011, 03:26 PM
IMO the Texans need to play a little dirty, win some games, get fired up. The NFL has gotten to be a bit too touchy feely these days. Makes me wanna puke... If shots to the head are so off limits... let's go back to leather helmets. If every other tackle is a personal foul, let's get out the flags for the players to wear... BTW Suh is having a meeting with the NFL for getting called for this garbage (and being fined)... He's asking why he keeps getting called for these fouls that are normally just tackles... aggressive tackling I guess...

ThaShark316
10-31-2011, 03:30 PM
**** them.

I'm sick and ****ing tired of them crying. They used to cry when we had HWSNBN and Dom Davis.

I always wondered when I'd have a new team on my hate list. It's them. **** you, Jacksonville.

Texanmike02
10-31-2011, 03:32 PM
**** them.

I'm sick and ****ing tired of them crying. They used to cry when we had HWSNBN and Dom Davis.

I always wondered when I'd have a new team on my hate list. It's them. **** you, Jacksonville.

You just added them? I've hated them since... as long as they've been in the league.

Mike

chicagotexan2
10-31-2011, 03:44 PM
http://www.gifsoup.com/webroot/animatedgifs3/2065109_o.gif


Stop crying you bunch of wusses!!!!!!!!!!

Wolf
10-31-2011, 05:08 PM
Whoa there Mother *******ER (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDqlx5tgT5Q)



here is where Blaine got injured (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USNdvUvsNtc)

False Start
10-31-2011, 05:18 PM
Whoa there Mother *******ER (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDqlx5tgT5Q)



here is where Blaine got injured (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USNdvUvsNtc)

I say this (http://i265.photobucket.com/albums/ii202/J4103V/bghorse.jpg) on Twitter:

http://i265.photobucket.com/albums/ii202/J4103V/bghorse0.jpg

:lol:

Showtime100
10-31-2011, 05:20 PM
Whoa there Mother *******ER (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDqlx5tgT5Q)



here is where Blaine got injured (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USNdvUvsNtc)

That sounded like Keanu Reeves..lol.

False Start
10-31-2011, 05:32 PM
That sounded like Keanu Reeves..lol.

He even has that totally gnarly look like he does in The Replacements. :heh:

http://img9.imageshack.us/img9/5194/ewrep.jpg

Heath Shuler
10-31-2011, 06:43 PM
Jack Del Rio doesn't have a problem with how the Texans play

http://jacksonville.com/opinion/blog/429812/tania-ganguli/2011-10-31/jack-del-rio-doesnt-have-problem-how-texans-play

"I don’t have a problem with the way they play," Del Rio said of the Houston Texans. "I think they play the same way every time. Their line, that’s how they’ve always blocked. That’s what they do. That’s really not new news to me. It shouldn’t be to them. They’ve played them enough in their career. We know what we’re getting when we play those guys."

Showtime100
10-31-2011, 06:52 PM
Jack Del Rio doesn't have a problem with how the Texans play

http://jacksonville.com/opinion/blog/429812/tania-ganguli/2011-10-31/jack-del-rio-doesnt-have-problem-how-texans-play

Mmmmmmk. Not a ringing endorsement, but I'll take it. My 1st wife was a *****, I got the ***** thing everytime, that's how she always rolled. That's what she did. I played her game tough because I knew her game, it wasn't new to me. I knew what I was getting. :)

Big Lou
10-31-2011, 07:36 PM
I always hear that our blocking scheme is nothing but cheap shots, but Ive never noticed a significant difference in injuries to opposing defenses. I don't have any statistics this is just based on observation, so until I see stats the glitter kitties should stfu.

Giant Tiger
10-31-2011, 08:32 PM
As for the Texans playing dirty.. its honestly about f'in time. When our division rivals come out saying that we are really good people and even though we lost we still won a moral victory we aren't doing it right. Glad to hear some complaining about us finally.

Couldn't agree more :goodpost:

Texan_Bill
10-31-2011, 08:35 PM
The hit on Gabbert by Cushing was indeed a cheap shot and should have been flagged, but that was the only thing I saw in that game.


Agree...that was a cheap shot and was very surprised there was no flags! Gabby was sliding for a 1st down and took a shot to the ribs and then hit to the head from Cushing....you guys know, if this was Tom Brady sliding for the 1st down, the flags would have been flying! That's my issue w/NFL, the calls are not consistant, per players and teams. Anyway, great game and good victory for the Texans.


Nope.... Both y'all are wrong. I just watched it again. The rookie needs to learn to be more decisive on what he wants to do: A) the shot to the head was his (Gabbert's fault) and B) as a result Cushing came in on him awkwardly.

"Cheap shots" are loosely defined as plays that intend.... get that "INTEND" to intentionally hurt someone. (I.E. that Jags defensive back several years ago - details escape me right now on a Texans reciever).

Just more whining from a sub-par team. I'm looking at you Puh-Ce cats, errrr Jags.

House of Pain
11-01-2011, 06:07 AM
Based on the beatdown of Indy, and on the heels of accusations of dirty play by the Tacks and Kitties...Is it safe to say that the Texans have officially become the "bullies" of the AFC South?

And I, for one, welcome our new football overlords.

SheTexan
11-01-2011, 09:25 AM
Best news I've heard all year!! I've been waiting TEN friggin years for our boys to play the game of football the way it should be played, VILE and DIRTY! You can play it that way and not be accused of INTENTIONALLY trying to injure someone. Besides, Jac plays just as dirty.

I LOVE Cushs attitude! See my signature!

Second Honeymoon
11-01-2011, 04:02 PM
Best news I've heard all year!! I've been waiting TEN friggin years for our boys to play the game of football the way it should be played, VILE and DIRTY! You can play it that way and not be accused of INTENTIONALLY trying to injure someone. Besides, Jac plays just as dirty.

I LOVE Cushs attitude! See my signature!

Totally agree. Football isn't about chivalry and participation ribbons. Our team needs an identity and if that identity is dirty, so be it. As long as you are winning, the haters will hate and whine.

TheMatrix31
11-01-2011, 04:14 PM
Ugh. When, oh WHEN, will society purge the word "haters" and terms/phrases like "hated on" or "haterade" from the collective vernacular?

****.

For the love of God let's not start with this "oh, our haters" bullshit.

False Start
11-01-2011, 04:20 PM
Ugh. When, oh WHEN, will society purge the word "haters" and terms/phrases like "hated on" or "haterade" from the collective vernacular?

****.

For the love of God let's not start with this "oh, our haters" bullshit.

http://img841.imageshack.us/img841/4044/wadehaters1.jpg

:heh:

Just F'in with ya man. :cool:

TheMatrix31
11-01-2011, 04:30 PM
Bane of my freakin' existence, lol.