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kingh99
01-07-2012, 09:46 PM
What you are witness to is the culmination of years of planning and execution. Our dumb ugly Aggie is a disciplined, proven leader and should be feared henceforth. He also has the extra swagger of having two fingers weighted down with SuperBowl gold. Sometimes I think we overlook this fact.

utahmark
01-07-2012, 09:52 PM
Hard to find anything to complain about this week. Not sure what was up with that time out. Kubiak deserves credit for a great season and this team is looking like it has a great future ahead of them. I for one was starting to lose faith a little but I'm glad we kept him.

Showtime100
01-07-2012, 09:56 PM
What you are witness to is the culmination of years of planning and execution. Our dumb ugly Aggie is a disciplined, be-knighted bastard and should be feared henceforth.

That's the dumbest, POS post I've seen in my life.

What do you think of that?

EllisUnit
01-07-2012, 09:57 PM
That's the dumbest, POS post I've seen in my life.

What do you think of that?

damn someone in a bad mood after our first play off win ?

fiasco west
01-07-2012, 09:58 PM
I dunno. I was thinking that Smith was more of the architect. The drafting over the years and FA pickups is finally paying off thanks to hiring a coach that knows how to use the talent (on both sides of the ball now)

Showtime100
01-07-2012, 10:00 PM
damn someone in a bad mood after our first play off win ?

Read the post.

Kidding, right??? I have respect for you.

brakos82
01-07-2012, 10:00 PM
Read the title as "Kubiak is the Antichrist".

Along that note, I think Showtime must be cheering for the Antitexans.

Showtime100
01-07-2012, 10:01 PM
Read the title as "Kubiak is the Antichrist".

Along that note, I think Showtime must be cheering for the Antitexans.

Showtime hates F'ing crap.

kingh99
01-07-2012, 10:01 PM
hrmm

kingh99
01-07-2012, 10:02 PM
dbl hrmm

brakos82
01-07-2012, 10:03 PM
Showtime hates F'ing crap.

Still, you sound like someone antipissed in your antikoolaid. :kitten:

On that note, how would you anti-piss? Sounds painful.

Showtime100
01-07-2012, 10:03 PM
I guess you could go back to watching your drugged out concussed shell of players that UT is famous for. There's still that option sawedhorn.

Me? UT? Get the F out. Go back to the official board. Obviously you don't know shit.

EllisUnit
01-07-2012, 10:04 PM
Read the post.

Kidding, right??? I have respect for you.

i know what you mean, but everyone is excited about our first play off win. So i'm not reading into to much at this point. Just enjoying the win and all the excitment.

Showtime100
01-07-2012, 10:06 PM
Happy days are here again.

Corrosion
01-07-2012, 10:09 PM
Happy days are here again.

That they are .... we finally got to see this team win a meaningful game. Only took a decade. :kitten:

eriadoc
01-07-2012, 10:39 PM
Kubiak is the architect of the offense. Wade Phillips is the architect of the defense. Nothing Kubiak has done in the prior five years leads me to believe he could ever be an architect of that defense.

But hey, we have Wade Phillips, and we have a good offense. So be happy with it.

painekiller
01-07-2012, 10:58 PM
What you are witness to is the culmination of years of planning and execution. Our dumb ugly Aggie is a disciplined, proven leader and should be feared henceforth. He also has the extra swagger of having two fingers weighted down with SuperBowl gold. Sometimes I think we overlook this fact.

Just want to point out he has three rings, two with Denver and one with the 49ers. He was the QB coach for Steve Young's Super Bowl.

PHAROAH
01-07-2012, 11:49 PM
He deserves credit for a great season and a great playoff win. Now let's not forget uncle Wade Phillips who took our defense from number 31 to number 1 this season at one point. Awesome!!!!!!

kcdoubleeagle
01-08-2012, 12:12 AM
You know what...I have been the biggest doubter of Kubes. But what he did this season with a rookie qb is just remarkable...give the man his dues.

thunderkyss
01-08-2012, 12:51 AM
Kubiak is the architect of the offense. Wade Phillips is the architect of the defense. Nothing Kubiak has done in the prior five years leads me to believe he could ever be an architect of that defense.

But hey, we have Wade Phillips, and we have a good offense. So be happy with it.
If this ever becomes an offense vs defense thing, like Wade had in Dallas, it's over. Right now it's a team thing, offense pulling for the defense & defense pulling for the offense. That's Kubiak.

Next time we see Wade's offense score 24 points, or win the T.O.P. it will be the first.

ChampionTexan
01-08-2012, 12:55 AM
This seems like as good a thread as any to post a link to a tremendous feel good article (Like any of us really need any help in that area).

Texans 31, Bengals 10: Five things we learned

1. The Texans’ smart approach to the final weeks of the season paid off.
Houston flew criminally under the radar during their 10-3 start, completely ignored by the NFL media because they didn’t have any easy storylines. All they did was a little bit of everything right.

Then, when they closed with a three-game losing streak, they were doubly dismissed. Rookie QB, franchise with no history? Forget em.

But turns out the Texans were getting themselves ready for bigger and better things...

5. Houston’s future is pretty damn bright.
Ready for the list of key Texans that are aged 31 or older?

Here it is: no one.

LINK (http://www.coldhardfootballfacts.com/Articles/11_5191_Texans_31,_Bengals_10:_Five_things_we_lear ned.html)

Allstar
01-08-2012, 01:06 AM
Hard to find anything to complain about this week. Not sure what was up with that time out. Kubiak deserves credit for a great season and this team is looking like it has a great future ahead of them. I for one was starting to lose faith a little but I'm glad we kept him.

I honestly think that the Bengals were planning a fake and Kubiak sniffed it out. The Bengals realized that Kubes was prepping the team for it, so they just conventionally went for it after the timeout.

GP
01-08-2012, 01:38 AM
Me? UT? Get the F out. Go back to the official board. Obviously you don't know shit.

There's been a huge influx of posters from the other board, Showtime.

I can spot 'em a mile away. You know them by how they start threads, engage in name calling and generally just pick fights with us as if we don't know our shit.

It's unnerving, ain't it?

GP
01-08-2012, 01:43 AM
I honestly think that the Bengals were planning a fake and Kubiak sniffed it out. The Bengals realized that Kubes was prepping the team for it, so they just conventionally went for it after the timeout.

You might be right, man. They were going for it either way, in all likelihood, but the timeout made Lewis reconsider the fake punt.

It's like all the bad mojo from this season reversed itself and attached itself to the Bengals today. After the JJ Watt TD (which is weird, btw, to say that...LOL) it was like everything disintegrated for the Bengals. Their coach blew their challenges, timeouts, and generally couldn't do much of anything right.

Outside of their first TD on their first possession, and a field goal, they did nothing else to even threaten scoring again. I think it was the rowdy Reliant crowd, the players' losing a bit of "heart" due to the panicking nature of Marvin Lewis, and obviously a Texans team on both sides of the ball that smelled blood and went into feeding frenzy mode.

If I attended the game today, they would've had to escort me out of Reliant because I would stay there in the stadium until asked to leave. Just staring at the field. I'm not even kidding, either.

Corrosion
01-08-2012, 08:34 AM
You might be right, man. They were going for it either way, in all likelihood, but the timeout made Lewis reconsider the fake punt.

It's like all the bad mojo from this season reversed itself and attached itself to the Bengals today. After the JJ Watt TD (which is weird, btw, to say that...LOL) it was like everything disintegrated for the Bengals. Their coach blew their challenges, timeouts, and generally couldn't do much of anything right.

Outside of their first TD on their first possession, and a field goal, they did nothing else to even threaten scoring again. I think it was the rowdy Reliant crowd, the players' losing a bit of "heart" due to the panicking nature of Marvin Lewis, and obviously a Texans team on both sides of the ball that smelled blood and went into feeding frenzy mode.

If I attended the game today, they would've had to escort me out of Reliant because I would stay there in the stadium until asked to leave. Just staring at the field. I'm not even kidding, either.


Without that 52 yards PI penalty this was a different game from the outset. They couldnt run the ball which negated any further play action.
The Bengals offense never really did much ....

Lucky
01-08-2012, 09:09 AM
Not sure what was up with that time out.

I honestly think that the Bengals were planning a fake and Kubiak sniffed it out. The Bengals realized that Kubes was prepping the team for it, so they just conventionally went for it after the timeout.
Absolutely. A great call by Kubiak. I criticized Kubiak for failing to call a timeout in a similar situation against Jacksonville in 2008. The Jags changed into a trick formation on a 4th down, and Kubiak just frooze like a deer in the headlights. The Jags scored a TD on the play. This time, in the biggest game of his head coaching career, Kubiak was decisive and stopped the play before it started. Had Cincy converted there, it could have been a momentum swing. A very underrated move by Kubiak that was key to the game.

Corrosion
01-08-2012, 09:18 AM
Absolutely. A great call by Kubiak. I criticized Kubiak for failing to call a timeout in a similar situation against Jacksonville in 2008. The Jags changed into a trick formation on a 4th down, and Kubiak just frooze like a deer in the headlights. The Jags scored a TD on the play. This time, in the biggest game of his head coaching career, Kubiak was decisive and stopped the play before it started. Had Cincy converted there, it could have been a momentum swing. A very underrated move by Kubiak that was key to the game.

It happened this season against the Raiders and was the play that sealed the outcome of that game ..... I think you guy's are right , he sniffed out that fake and Lewis changed the call.

Having a defense you can lean on is one hell of a luxury ....

steelbtexan
01-08-2012, 09:36 AM
Absolutely. A great call by Kubiak. I criticized Kubiak for failing to call a timeout in a similar situation against Jacksonville in 2008. The Jags changed into a trick formation on a 4th down, and Kubiak just frooze like a deer in the headlights. The Jags scored a TD on the play. This time, in the biggest game of his head coaching career, Kubiak was decisive and stopped the play before it started. Had Cincy converted there, it could have been a momentum swing. A very underrated move by Kubiak that was key to the game.

Yep, the timeout and the Watt interception were the 2 biggest plays of the game. IMHO

Giant Tiger
01-08-2012, 01:25 PM
Without that 52 yards PI penalty this was a different game from the outset. They couldnt run the ball which negated any further play action.
The Bengals offense never really did much ....

And here I thought the Texans actually made adjustments at halftime that the Bengals couldn't match :redface:

DBCooper
01-08-2012, 04:22 PM
That's the dumbest, POS post I've seen in my life.

What do you think of that?

You're so funny!

Our offense is nowhere near as explosive as it has been in previous years, even before Schaub went down, but our running game and offensive line play have been stellar!

I give all credit this season to the son of Bum!

Kubiak is as good as he's always been.

Corrosion
01-08-2012, 05:42 PM
You're so funny!

Our offense is nowhere near as explosive as it has been in previous years, even before Schaub went down, but our running game and offensive line play have been stellar!

I give all credit this season to the son of Bum!

Kubiak is as good as he's always been.

You have to spread that praise around , Wade and Gary both deserve a lot.


Wades defense has anchored this seasons team since .... But they dont win without Gary's offense .... and 5th round pick rookie QB who looked anything but yesterday on the big stage ....


Kubiaks play design is nothing short of genius ..... How many times do we see #80 with no one within 10 yards of him ? ..... Thats not suppose to happen with at least two defenders responsible for him.
How bout the game winner Yates threw to Walter in the first meeting with the Bengals ..... a perfect route combination leading to a wide open reciever.

They made an awful lot of plays like that this season ...

DBCooper
01-08-2012, 06:25 PM
You have to spread that praise around , Wade and Gary both deserve a lot.


Wades defense has anchored this seasons team since .... But they dont win without Gary's offense .... and 5th round pick rookie QB who looked anything but yesterday on the big stage ....


Kubiaks play design is nothing short of genius ..... How many times do we see #80 with no one within 10 yards of him ? ..... Thats not suppose to happen with at least two defenders responsible for him.
How bout the game winner Yates threw to Walter in the first meeting with the Bengals ..... a perfect route combination leading to a wide open reciever.

They made an awful lot of plays like that this season ...


Hey, I'm not saying Kubiak isn't doing a hell of a job, I'm just saying he's doing the same with his offense that he always has.

Nothing has changed about Kubiak, he's doing great with the offense.

I don't see why he needs props for being forced to hire a real defensive coordinator, though.