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Old 10-07-2012   #19
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Default Re: Texans' Wade Phillips would like a head-coaching gig

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Originally Posted by GP View Post
You're not going anywhere, Wade. Stop this **** already.

You're once again distracting us in the middle of a fantastic run, like you did last year I might add.

Starting to get pissed off about this. He needs to tell all reporters that questions about becoming a head coach again are off limits. He's the ****ing defensive coordinator here and frankly, McNair should have built into his contract that Wade would decline to answer such questions at all times.

This **** was reported LAST year, now here it is again THIS year. Bob should have a sit down with Wade and his agent, let them know this **** is getting old. Yeah, yeah, yeah...."You can't stop a reporter from asking a question!" But you can start the interview by saying contractually you are not going to answer those questions, so let's skip to the questions about the ****ING HOUSTON TEXANS already. End of problem.
Why are acting like a spoiled child throwing a fit? Just like most high school and college football playing kid dreams about the NFL, rookies dreaming about stars and Pro Bowls, the coaches that are not Head Coaches already dream about getting that status again. It is, has been, and will always be Phillips's dream to be a HC again. The players understand that and if anything they should be both prepared for it and play harder to convince him to stay or make the last ride more memorable. Also, if any players DO get distracted by this, they are not the mature and ready player we need.
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