Originally Posted by Texian
The success of the Colts could likely be a part of the decision of whether or not the Texans should continue down the same road traveled the last 8 years. If Colts make it to AFC Championship game in addition to also having $40 million to spend in free agency in 2014 vs Texans picking in Top 10 in the 2014 NFL Draft with only $8 million available to spend under the salary cap in the 2014, this will not only dictate change but demand changes in the front office. Not only do the Texans have a failed business model but a business model that has been losing ground to the competition and has reached a point where it getting considerably worse.
LMAO at "Texans have a failed business model"
!!! What a bunch of hogwash.
Forbes Declares Houston Texans Fifth Most Valuable Franchise In NFL
This year, Forbes has your Houston Texans ranked fifth in the NFL in terms of value, to the tune of the team being worth a cool $1,450,000,000.00. Staggering, isn't it? Not a bad return on investment for Bob McNair and his investors; they paid $700,000,000.00 for the franchise a little more than ten years ago.
Show me a business model where a $700 million investment turns into $1.4 BILLION worth, and any expert would say that is anything but a so-called "failed business model"
Your clear agenda blinds you to any credible objectivity.
It is one thing to want a FO overhaul, as many fans agree. But to spew ignorance about "failed business model"
in the face of clear success is just goofy, at best.
Go ahead an spin it now.