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Old 06-25-2012   #61
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The last INT would have never happened if we were up 3 instead of down 4. 2 INTs should pretty much be expected for a rookie QB against the Ravens' D.
I'm not laying the loss at either TJ or JJ's feet. But TJ did not play "well enough." He had a crap game. He was under 50%, had a miserable ypa and 3 INT's. It was a bad game for him. He did not play well enough.
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Funny, maybe it's my selective memory kicking in? But don't remember being that upset with TJ in Ravens match-up. The defense was playing at such a high level the Ravens would have never scored except for Jacoby gift on the doorstop.
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if you don't count the other 13 points they scored.

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probably, but Texans would have won if not for Jacoby coughing up the turnover. Yates played well enough.
Please... not this again.
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you're right TPN...
We've beaten this subject to death already.

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Screw it.

It's not worth it.
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Funny, maybe it's my selective memory kicking in? But don't remember being that upset with TJ in Ravens match-up. The defense was playing at such a high level the Ravens would have never scored except for Jacoby gift on the doorstop. I suppose if anything on Yates turnovers this game would have been a comfortable win, but Raven defense lives off turnovers. Flaco's not that much better than a rookie QB named Yates (Texans traded that pick which Baltimore used to take Joe. Kinda ironic if you think about it).
Yates didn't have a good game, but considering the circumstances I was more upset with what jacoby did than with what tj did. I didnt expect Yates to go into Baltimore and light them up. I did foolishly expect jacoby to not make that type of error.
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That was Ed Reed. He makes a lot if QB's look silly. Sure TJ would like to have that one back, but that's what makes Reed the greatest safety of his era.
Actually, it was Ladarius Webb. TJ attempted to force it to AJ and threw it directly to Webb, who had AJ covered.

The 2nd INT was also Webb. TJ tried to force it to Walter who was double, borderline triple covered.

The last one was a toss up in the endzone that Reed picked off.

So, in the end, TJ had a miserable game. JJ had a miserable game
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Actually, it was Ladarius Webb. TJ attempted to force it to AJ and threw it directly to Webb, who had AJ covered.

The 2nd INT was also Webb. TJ tried to force it to Walter who was double, borderline triple covered.

The last one was a toss up in the endzone that Reed picked off.

So, in the end, TJ had a miserable game. JJ had a miserable game
And Webb is now one of the highest paid CB's in the league, on par with Jonathan Joseph I see no disgrace in that?
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And Webb is now one of the highest paid CB's in the league, on par with Jonathan Joseph I see no disgrace in that?
I don't think that has anything to do with my point.

My point is that TJ is just as much to blame JJ for that loss.
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I don't think that has anything to do with my point.

My point is that TJ is just as much to blame JJ for that loss.
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you draw your own conclusions I'll draw mine. I choose to give the Baltimore Raven defense some credit for his tough day & Texans loss, yet feel the deal breaker was still the fumble by Jacoby that broke Texans back
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Come on. When the hell has this board given a pass to a guy who threw 3 picks in a game? I am just as glad as the next Texans fan that TJ didn't piss away a 7-3 record like Caleb Hanie, but he hasn't done enough to warrant giving him a pardon on the Ravens game.
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I don't think that has anything to do with my point.

My point is that TJ is just as much to blame JJ for that loss.
I expect a 5th round selection to make rookie mistakes. Not so for a vet.
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Come on. When the hell has this board given a pass to a guy who threw 3 picks in a game? I am just as glad as the next Texans fan that TJ didn't piss away a 7-3 record like Caleb Hanie, but he hasn't done enough to warrant giving him a pardon on the Ravens game.
I don't understand the TJ love myself, bro. To me, it's obvious our offense took a big step backwards when TJ ran it. Yet, there are a select few around here ready to toss Schaub out in favor of him. Sure, he made some good plays, but he's not anywhere comparable to Schaub.

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I expect a 5th round selection to make rookie mistakes. Not so for a vet.
Again, my point was short and simple. TJ and JJ both gave up that game. That's it. That was my only point. I don't care who he threw against, how much $ they made or whether he's a rookie or a vet.
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