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Old 11-14-2004   #1
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Does anyone know who sits up in the box and tells Capers when to challenge? Does Capers even use someone or does he just guess? I don't know the specific numbers and since I watch mostly Texans games I don't know how others coaches fare, but Capers is horrible at challenging. We've had stupid challenges in back to back weeks (the Carr sneak against the Broncos where there wasn't going to be conclusive proof for a respot of the ball and both Stokley catches today). He doesn't challenge when Carr is running out of bounds and gets a poor spot (Vikings or Jaguars) and it costs the Texans a possible score. Now, he's already challenged another one and that leaves him with none today since he lost both of them. What's going to happen on a huge play late in the game? The Texans have begun to make strides to becoming a better team. They need a coach to take them there. I am beginning to wonder if Capers and crew is going to be the best option.
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