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Old 02-19-2013   #3
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Default Re: Texans Offense Question?

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Originally Posted by ThaShark316 View Post
= an audible.

And that pic from the AFC Divisional Game. Anytime you see that, that's an audible. I think they should do it more, but who's to say they don't...
Looks like he's in the shotgun & how do we know he's not signaling something in a hurry up offense or signaling for a silent count considering the crowd noise? Don't believe that photo is necessarily the best proof as I'm not quite sure that is an audible & it has been discussed by more then just the fans concerning the Texans lack of audibles.

Many, fans & some media, have claimed Kubiak is a control freak who has a short leash on Schaub & allows very limited audibles. Considering some of the play calls against certain defensive fronts that should've seemed doomed from the get go, its easy to believe that kubiak doesn't allow much changing of the plays he initially sends in. This is not the 1st time that the offense & its lack of adjustments by calling audibles has been questioned.
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