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Old 10-24-2013   #151
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Default Re: Rick Smith's poor job of managing the cap has closed our window for the time bein

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Originally Posted by santo View Post
We need a new gm that will challenge mcnair, but then again mcnair would probably fire him and get somebody that will run the team the way he wants.
I think your point is the crux of the issue.

The Texans organization stuck it out too long with Carr and now with Schaub. Why? Because that is what the owner wanted. It it one thing to take a chance on a QB, but it can be disastrous when you don't cut bait at the appropriate time.

As for the other personnel moves, a team is going to win some and lose some. Excluding the QB position, the Texans organization has done a decent job.

Last week, the Texans played their best game of the season. If Kubiak improves his play calling and gets more innovate in his offensive schemes with the sole objective of scoring TDs and getting first downs when it matters the post, the Texans have the roster to be very competitive.

The best way to improve this situation as quickly as possible is to start Case Keenum and improve the play calling. With that, the rest of the stuff will take care of itself.
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