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Old 10-01-2013   #41
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the only irreplaceable player on your list is andre johnson, but we just took hopkins in the first round. we want matt gone. tate's outperforming foster. graham and daniels are the same person. ed reed's just here for a year or two and training swearinger. the only missing player from your list that doesnt have someone behind him already is daniel manning.
Is Tate an adequate replacement for Foster?
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Why do we still have Ravens fans trolling here?
Because Flacco is coming off a 5 INTs loss to the Bills, and as bad as Schaub has been Flacco has been worse.
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to add to my previous post, this is what we've waited for though. being an expansion team it takes a long time to get your home grown talent into their late stages. you should know that first hand watching ray and ed leading suggs, ngata, and webb. you need the older players on the field to add balance, wisdom, and experience. it's definitely a bonus to have guys like reed and andre and myers sprinkled through the lineup to direct and influence the younger talent.

we're BETTER for finally having players on the wrong side of 30. of course you dont want the whole team getting old, but you definitely want players on the roster who have been there and done that. and you especially want players who have spent most of their careers on the team, like andre.
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In between that decade, my team appeared in the Playoffs 7 other times with 2 appearances in the AFC Championship game- not sure what your point is.
We're just starting our decade. We are now, what you guys were in 2000. Solid running game? check.
Stout, often imposing defense? Check.
Solid play at the TE position? Check.
Suspect QB play...? Unfortunately, check here too.
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I have yet to find in the list of Super Bowl Champions which team that got cold yet still won? That's an over used cliché.
Point taken on the over-used thing. But does that make it less true?

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I asked for peoples opinions. No snickering here but you can be obsessed with the word "troll".....1997 called- they want their Interweb terminology back.
I just wonder why a Ravens' fan would care if the Texans' fan base thought "the window was closing" (speaking of overused cliches').
So why do you care?
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Is Tate an adequate replacement for Foster?
if healthy, tate is as capable - especially now. similar to johnson in kansas city or alexander in seattle, foster has the look of a runningback that got too many carries and is out of gas. right now tate is the better player, and will probably continue to be.
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closing? With Matt Schaub at the QB position and Gary Kubiak calling the plays, can we truly say the window was ever really open to begin with?

Different coach and QB, the window is wide the hell open, but with THIS duo, it got cracked a little bit but just enough to get Texan fans hopes up...
I have to agree with this.

However, in today's NFL where parity reigns and teams go from the 1st pick in the draft to playoff challengers no team (well, maybe one) has a closed window. You might see a couple of divisions this year with 8-8 teams winning. The difference between a bad team and a good team comes down to a couple of key plays in each game. You could argue that without the pick 6 against the Ravens and the pick 6 against the Seahawks we could be 4-0. Or without Cushing's pick 6 or the safety against the Titans we could be 0-4.

We have a great core right now. We are a head coach away from being a great team as well. We're still in the playoff mix, but to be serious challengers Kubiak can't be our leader.
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We're just starting our decade. We are now, what you guys were in 2000. Solid running game? check.
Stout, often imposing defense? Check.
Solid play at the TE position? Check.
Suspect QB play...? Unfortunately, check here too.
Sound familiar?
You are a few years late. The ravens defense WON games and is considered one of the two best ever- especially hard to do since the advent of FA and rules changes.

Texans as team are much better offensively than the ravens were.



Point taken on the over-used thing. But does that make it less true?
Yes, because I could go back and look at all last 10 SB winners and find teams the played well all year long also.

I just wonder why a Ravens' fan would care if the Texans' fan base thought "the window was closing" (speaking of overused cliches').
So why do you care?
I enjoy talking about all aspects of football- except Fantasy Football- I loathe FF....I got a little bile in my throat typing that....
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I enjoy talking about all aspects of football- except Fantasy Football- I loathe FF....I got a little bile in my throat typing that....
I never said, nor am I attempting to imply that getting hot at the right time is always the answer. Obviously it's much better to play solid football throughout the year. My point is that playing solid football for the whole season isn't the be-all/end-all. Heck you should know this, if year-long, solid football always guaranteed a championship, then the Pats would have ended up 19-0. Or Peyton would have run you guys out of Mile High Stadium last winter.
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Is Tate an adequate replacement for Foster?
Some would argue now that Tate is the better RB.

Although I think Foster is still the better more complete back, the Texans for WHATEVER reason don't use him in the pass game as much as they used to. They did this previous game and he had glimmers of what he used to be.
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I never said, nor am I attempting to imply that getting hot at the right time is always the answer. Obviously it's much better to play solid football throughout the year. My point is that playing solid football for the whole season isn't the be-all/end-all. Heck you should know this, if year-long, solid football always guaranteed a championship, then the Pats would have ended up 19-0. Or Peyton would have run you guys out of Mile High Stadium last winter.
fair enough- Broncos were playing well all yea, Ravens came on at the end. 49ers came on at end of season, Falcons have been reg season champs forever...
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fair enough- Broncos were playing well all yea, Ravens came on at the end. 49ers came on at end of season, Falcons have been reg season champs forever...
Peyton looked horrible in that game.

Just like any QB, he's hell until you pop him in the mouth. Problem is most teams can't pop him in the mouth.

Consistently. Unfortunately, he sees more of those teams in the play-offs than he does all year. Unfortunately for him.
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Peyton looked horrible in that game.

Just like any QB, he's hell until you pop him in the mouth. Problem is most teams can't pop him in the mouth.

Consistently. Unfortunately, he sees more of those teams in the play-offs than he does all year. Unfortunately for him.
The problem with Manning is..........if a defender even looks at him in a mean way it is a 15 yard roughing the passer penalty.

Getting back to Schaub, I'm one of those who believes that Schaub wouldn't have gotten us to the Super Bowl if he never suffered his injury. He might have gotten us past Baltimore and into the title game (big might) . TJ did throw some bad INTs in that game, but knowing who Schaub is even by the way he played back in 2010, the outcome might have still been the same.
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The difference between a bad team and a good team comes down to a couple of key plays in each game. You could argue that without the pick 6 against the Ravens and the pick 6 against the Seahawks we could be 4-0. Or without Cushing's pick 6 or the safety against the Titans we could be 0-4. [quote]

Luck plays a huge factor on the road to success; its a razor thin line sometimes. Those 4 plays could determine your season as well as 1 or two more....
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the SB window never closes has long has u hit on your draft picks and F/a pick and undrafted / street pickups ups ............... period
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the SB window never closes has long has u hit on your draft picks and F/a pick and undrafted / street pickups ups ............... period
We've got a loooong list of high talent players on this team & I agree with the quoted. JJ Watt is the best player on this team & he is one of the youngest, & he won't be the last star anyway--heck, we just got Hopkins. The door may be slowly closing for AJ regarding a SB, & that's a sad thing, but it's not closing for the team. I wouldn't give up on Smith, Kubiak, or Phillips, but Schaub could be slowly on his way out....and, no, I don't see McNair letting Kubiak go just because he's stuck on Schaub (if it comes to that).
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I wouldn't give up on Smith, Kubiak, or Phillips, but Schaub could be slowly on his way out....and, no, I don't see McNair letting Kubiak go just because he's stuck on Schaub (if it comes to that).
I'm a Kubiak supporter but his biggest flaw is loyalty. If, and that's a big if, the team has a clearly better option at qb or at least the potential to draft one and Kubiak says no, McNair needs to force his hand like he supposedly did with the dc. I think he would - at least if he feels that way himself.
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Damn HJam72. Sorry. Sounded like I was harping on that one point. I actually agree with everything you said other than the McNair/Kubiak/Schaub thing. Tapatalk sucks to post with.
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Super Bowl? With one foot in the grave already? The window is closing.........and the door doesn't look too promising either.
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Anyone who has ever believed we've had a Super Bowl calibre team has not watched much football.
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Anyone who has ever believed we've had a Super Bowl calibre team has not watched much football.
So you believe that when the Texans were sitting at 11-1 last season heading into the MNF game with New England, those that thought the Texans were Super Bowl contenders were NFL neophytes? Because I could come up with a list of NFL commentators a mile long that suggested just that at that time.

If the Texans have never been contenders, 8 years into the Smithiak era, you must think the Texans are spinning their wheels with the current football organization. Right?
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