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Old 11-22-2012   #64
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Default Re: Same ole sorry Kubiak

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Originally Posted by GP View Post
Kubiak definitely figured he better grow some balls on the final winning possession we had.

He just drags **** out to the last second, he waits too long to adjust.

People defending him are hilarious. We lose the Jags game AND this game, they'd be right here bitching WITH us.

But hey, wins somehow erase problem areas. Until you start losing those games, of course. Everybody feels like guys get a pass when we win the nail biters.

I remove the W or the L from it and just say "Was it avoidable? Yes. But we have always expressed doubts about Kubiak in these same moments."

Win was good, but come on...if we lose those games nobody here would be this gracious right now.
If, if, if if...if Brian Cushing and J Jo were healthy, along with B Reed staying in the game, maybe the Texans offense wouldn't have had to be in clutch-mode the past couple weeks.

Chad Henne is no Tom Brady but he has physical tools to put up 350 yards on any given Sunday. And going up against Matthew & Calvin today already made it difficult for the Texans offense to keep up. Ain't gonna blame Kubiak per se.

If, if in some alternate universe the Lions made that field goal.

But in this universe, the Houston Texans really were in a difficult situation, coming out of the gate slow, going up against a talented and desperate team on a difficult day...and in OUR universe: Houston 34 Detroit 31.
HOUSTON 10-1.

There is NO "if" about that. Not in our REALITY on 11/22/12!
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