Originally Posted by deucetx
Let's shift from the conservative talk because I honestly don't think Kubiak was in this game. Not to the point of costing us the game. Instead what about being predictable? As I heard on Mike & Mike this morning, they stated that some around the league feel we are predictable in our playcalling. Richard Sherman also stated he knew the ball was coming based on the formation and that they already practiced against it.
So are we that predictable? Does the answer why on some of these passes that Matt is going color blind that the receivers have a blanket around them? Or maybe this answers why a team that amounts so many yards ends up field goals or these stretches where we can't even get in the endzone. Second half against the Hawks nothing to speak for. Ravens nothing to speak for. Last quarter of the schedule last year for a good 6 quarters, nothing to speak for.
Does any think we're predictable?
If the Texans are that predictable, they would have never been leading 20-3. Every team has tendencies, and coaches practice recognizing and defeating those tendencies. Schaub was carving that team up in the first half. He looked every bit of a SB winning QB. What happened after halftime is another story, but it was like the movie Final Destination to watch. You could just see it coming from Tate fumble, the pick 6, to the Jackson penalty that put the Hawks in position to win the game.
Originally Posted by HOU-TEX
Maybe. I don't think it would've mattered if they knew it was coming or not. The ball was floated up for grabs. Their guy broke on it and won it
Yea he wanted the ball allot more than Daniels did for sure. Surely both Schaub and Daniels knew the blitz was on. You gotta go get that ball, not wait for it. But in the end, Schaub should have taken the sack, punted and let the D hold the lead.
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