Originally Posted by thunderkyss
What do you want him to deliver? It's obviously not wins, because we got that.
It's obviously not wins against the toughest division opponent, because we got that.
It's not being undefeated in the AFC, after 3 conference games, because we got that too.
It's not going into the bye with a winning record..... we got that.
It's not leading the division, because... yep, you guessed it, we got that to.
What do you want Kubiak to "deliver" despite the multitude of distractions?
Show me one consistent team in this league, one that dominates both sides of the ball on every snap. Just one.
Unlike previous years, the "lighter" games were front-loaded onto the
2010 schedule. There will be no miracle run of 4-0 to make 9-7 this year.
The way this team has played through 6 games, is not good enough
to beat hardly any of the next 10 games we face.
I'm critiquing the horrible defense, and flashy offense, and comparing it
to what I see from our upcoming opponents. Sloppy football will
not get us the 6 wins we need to make the playoffs, or to justify
another year of the Kubiak experiment.
We've just played the "easy" part of the schedule. Unless they come out
of the gate radically improved, things will get ugly FAST. The next
time the Texans play well in the AFC South, will be the first under Kubiak.
Until I see it, that's another 5 losses.
This 4-2 record looks built on "smoke & mirrors." They are playing
Cinderella football. It's exciting while it works, but when
the clock strikes midnight... I was expecting this team to set
the tone for the AFC South. That's just not happening with
how they are playing. We've still got 10 games to play, against
MUCH stiffer competition. Midnight is approaching FAST.
If they go to Indy and win, then I'll back off until they lose
3-in-a-row. Until then, I'll be criticizing all through the bye