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Old 10-06-2013   #92
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Default Re: Why aren't we trying to find a kicker?

We aren't trying to find a kicker because our head coach has a huge problem admitting that he's wrong. Some see this and think they're looking at someone who is being "loyal" or "believing in his guy" but it's just pig-headedness at its worst.

He wouldn't admit that Richard Smith couldn't coordinate a Pop Warner defense. Then he wouldn't admit that Frank Bush couldn't either.

He won't send Joe Marciano packing no matter how many years our special teams suck or how many good returners we send to other teams.

He won't admit that Matt Schaub is in steep decline and that it's past time for the Texans to move on.

And now he won't just come clean and accept that Bullock may have the leg for the NFL but he doesn't have the consistency or the ability to cope with pressure to succeed in the NFL.

The Texans aren't trying to find a kicker for the same reason that they never try to fix any of the real problems that plague this team. Gary.
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