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Old 11-22-2004   #1
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Default This type of loss no longer acceptable

The Texans could get away with this **** the past couple of years and we could be satisfied that they gave a game effort against a better team. However, this doesn't fly anymore.

I am tired of us trying to hold on to slim leads and playing so damn conservative that we lose at the end. How many times did that happen last year and we have this.

Our offensive line is terrible. I wouldn't mind seeing none of these jokers come back. DD is not a franchise back and we need to draft one. He has been terrible all year. David Carr was not on his game last night either and held on to the ball too long sometimes.

As for the coaching, our offensive playcalling in the 2nd half was atrocious. We need to give David the ability to audible to a play other than a run up the middle. He needs to be accountable for the back to back audibles in the 4th quarter.

It still ticks me off that we can't get a decent pass rush from the 3-4 even when we blitz. The D wasn't the problem last night and they held GB to enough points for us to win.

This game was terribly disappointing and I am a little down on this team. I would like to see wholesale changes on the O and D lines and on the coaching staffs.
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