Originally Posted by BullNation4Life
You would be wrong. Patriots were making the playoffs regularly, went to a Super Bowl, then up until 1986-1996 when they went to the Super Bowl, again! WHAT! The "laughing stock of the league" WENT TO A SUPER BOWL! How on earth did that happen, OH YEAH that got a f'ing coach that knew what he was doing and a QB that was good.
Tampa Bay didn't take off until new ownership in 1997 then took what 5 years after that to win? So you would be wrong on them considering Texans got new ownership in 2002 and haven't been to a Super Bowl yet....
When the hell were the Texans ever up? They have ALWAYS been down. They win a division, but blow a chance for a #1 seed by going on a freaking 4 game losing streak. You call that being up?
You have the same mentality as those jackholes on Kirby, a losing mentality. Mediocrity is sufficient enough for you, even if has been 10+years while teams like the Saints, who went threw their woes, turned it around in 1 freaking year. A team like SF, who went through their woes, turned it around in 1 freaking year. Texans are on year 11 now and it is the same BS year after year. Tired of listening to the same recycled BS from Kubiak and Schaub. "It's on me, I need to get those guys more prepared, yada yada freaking yada. It has taken Kubiak 8 years and guess what, THEY STILL ARE NOT PREPARED EVERY SUNDAY!
You go ahead and continue to wear your Schaubiak colored glasses cause you are just as blind with them on than with them off...
Yeah ok, let's examine shall we.
Patriots 1960 - 1984
Win %: 44
Playoff Appearances: 4
Super Bowl Appearances: 0
Super Bowl Wins: 0
1985 - 2000
Win %: 45
Playoff Appearances: 6
Super Bowl Appearances: 2
Super Bowl Wins: 0
So 10 playoff appearances from 1960 - 2000 is making the playoffs regularly? Is that is what you call a respected, or successful NFL team? They were the laughing stock of the NFL for most of 4 decades. It has only been since 2003 they have consistently won 10 or more games every season.
Belichick joined the Pats in 2000 as HC. Brady joined the Pats in 2000 also as the 199th pick. Who knew? It's not like Brady was drafted as THE GUY. He was forced into action and just happened to shine after an injury to THE GUY (Bledsoe), so your comparison is total BS. A Belichick and a Brady come along once in a generation and there is nobody out there like them we can get.
The Texans did not get new ownership in 2002. They were a brand new franchise in 2002. The Bucs have been around since 1976. Kind of comparing apples and oranges there aren't ya?
The Saints? Holy Crap the Saints have only made the playoffs 9 times since 1967. What the hell are you bringing them up for? If anything the Saints fans suffered through decades more than the Texans fans have just to win that one SB. Nice job destroying your own argument.
I believe the biggest problem the Texans have is Kubiak. He is way too predictable in his play calling and does not make 2nd half adjustments all that well. Having said that, his system is good, and can work, but perhaps the actual OC should be calling the plays instead of Kubiak, as it is clear teams are familiar with his tendencies.
Besides what the hell does anything you said have to do with what some Texans fans did during the Rams game? You are changing the subject. Nobody cheered when Bledsoe went down so that they could see the backup (Brady) get in the game!
Those "Jackholes up on Kirby" are at least qualified to talk about players, schemes, etc. You on the other hand. Not so much. I know you think you are the worlds greatest coach coach in the universe, but the reality is, you could not hold even the worst coach or QB in the leagues jock straps.