View Single Post
Old 01-27-2013   #24
dream_team
Hall of Fame
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Posts: 1,462
Rep Power: 23265 dream_team is a quality contributor and well respecteddream_team is a quality contributor and well respecteddream_team is a quality contributor and well respecteddream_team is a quality contributor and well respecteddream_team is a quality contributor and well respecteddream_team is a quality contributor and well respecteddream_team is a quality contributor and well respecteddream_team is a quality contributor and well respecteddream_team is a quality contributor and well respecteddream_team is a quality contributor and well respecteddream_team is a quality contributor and well respected
Default Re: Texans earning respect of their peers at Pro Bowl

Quote:
Originally Posted by Carr Bombed View Post
2010 doesn't prove anything for Schaub.. Schaub was just on the wagon that was being pulled by the work horses. 2010 was when we still had Vonta Leach and was the season of Foster Debut where he had 1,616 rushing yards and 18 TDs
So are you suggesting a better fullback, and OL, can get us back to being a good red zone team? Because those pieces are alot easier to replace than a QB.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Carr Bombed View Post
Scoring TDs only 54.9% of the time in the red zone is mediocre and not good enough.. it needs to go up if we're going to end up playing after the probowl... and as of right now in Schaub's tenure here we've only had one season were we were a top red zone team.. When Foster was having one of the greatest rushing seasons for a RB. If that's what it's going to take for this team and Schaub to have more success in the red zone, then we need to start looking for his replacement.
Depends how you look at it. Are we a defensive or offensive team? In other words, are we the type of team that relies on our defense to make stops, or our offense to outscore the other team? If we are an offensive team, then I agree, we need to get better at QB.

In regards to red zone TD efficiency, we were just as good as the 49ers. The top two teams in red zone efficiency last season were the Packers and Saints... we made it just as far as the Packers, and even farther than the Saints. Heck, half the teams that had better RZ efficiency than us didn't even make playoffs. In other words, RZ efficiency isn't the end all be all.
dream_team is offline   Reply With Quote