Originally Posted by Jules Winnfield
its this type of mentality that mediocre people have.
Its not the game plan of a winner.
Its a game plan of a loser.
No wonder kubiak and schaub have lasted this long in houston without winning anything while still getting praised and contract extensions.
You're an enabler of mediocrity.
I don't think that's fair. Every team develops an identity. The Texans of 2009 and 2010 could throw it around the yard just fine. The Texans of 2012, building on the success of 2011, developed a recipe that won a lot of games for them. Cushing's injury and some offensive struggles have led to the loss of some confidence and a bit of an identity crisis. These things happen. That's why, in today's NFL, the teams with the best record are seldom the champs... instead, it is the team hitting on all cylinders as the playoffs begin.
It's disappointing that we are looking at a likely 2nd round exit after we looked so good earlier in the year. New England has dealt with that reality plenty the past 10 years... Winning organizations deal with lots of disappointment. Get used to it.