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Old 10-28-2013   #267
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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 GuerillaBlack View Post
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Nah, the Rockets are easily more forward thinking, while the Texans are okay with the status quo. Just look at how both franchises operate, its obvious. Take things slow, be patient, etc. And draft picks are definitely valuable past the top five. Texans don't take big risks (Sam Montgomery isn't one), or they wait until it is too late (Schaub). If Kubiak coached the Rockets, he would have been fired like jvg was back in 2010.
Yeah right - Morey is so good he was "forward thinking" to this 6 year plan huh? His roster churning appears to have finally paid off. After 6 years. Let that sink in. 6 years to get to where the Texans were 2 years ago after (wait for it) a complete roster turn over. Sounds like Smith did the same thing as Morey but had to flip 52 roster spots AND did it in 2 less years. The only difference is Morey landed 2 of the top players in back to back years. Smith didn't land Brady, Manning, Brees or some other top QB. He stuck with Schaub. I'm ready for a complete regime change but...if this team had a top 5 QB (maybe top 10) then Kubiak & Smith look like geniuses. They don't so they look like boobs.
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