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Old 10-12-2013   #151
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Default Re: Accountability

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Originally Posted by dalemurphy View Post
1. That is exactly what NY Giant fans are saying about Eli Manning right now.

2. I agree. The issue, again, is that the coaching staff still believe it is more likely that Schaub can return to that form than they believe Yates or Keenum can perform at that level this year. That's all. No need to read more into it than that.
First, what's with the tired Eli Manning comparisons I see everywhere? Eli doesn't play for the Texans. And whatever the Giants do or don't do concerning their struggles, doesn't mean the Texans are obligated to follow.

Second, maybe Kubiak does think Schaub can return to form. Or maybe he's paralyzed by the fear of change. Or maybe he just thinks his alternatives suck. That's not what this thread is about. It's about accountability. And if Schaub is being judged on what he accomplished in the past and not by his present performance, then he is not being held accountable. Kubiak's "I can promise you there is accountability" rings hollow.
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