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Old 09-15-2005   #121
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Bob McNair speaks.....

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Texans owner Bob McNair watched practice Wednesday and then gave his opinion on the Buffalo debacle.

"Like everyone else, I was disappointed, but I'm confident we're going to turn this thing around," he said. "It's my responsibility and the responsibility of the coaches, players and scouts everyone in the organization. We all want to do better."

The Texans host the Steelers, who led the NFL in total defense last season.

"Pittsburgh represents a tough challenge for us," McNair said. "Look at what they did against Tennessee (34-7 victory). We don't need to dig ourselves a hole in this game like we did against Buffalo.

"This isn't a make-or-break game, but it'll tell us a lot about our team."

Regarding the inept performance of his offense, McNair said: "I'm concerned, but I'm not worried. I'm frustrated but optimistic. It's one game. If we had won, we wouldn't be the champions."
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Sounds like Bob is preparing for himself for the worst. As most of us are.

Hey, does anyone remember back when this team had heart? Wasn't that cool?
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People need to stop pointing fingers at David Carr and realize that the problem is Coach Capers. Everyone that has ever watched a Texans game has known for 3 years in a row that the main offensinve problem the Texans face is protecting the QB (140 sacks in 3 years). Yet this offseason, Dom and Charlie did nothing to help (except pick up Victor Riley who the Saints didn't think enough of the resign). They gave us fans (and Carr) a little hope when they brought Orlando Pace in to work out for the team. When that fell through, I'll bet David Carr's hopes of staying upright went out the window.

Also, Capers and the OCs that have been with the Texans are all too passive and predictable. It's 1st and 10, what do you do? Run. No matter where they are on the field or how far behind in the game. If that doesn't work why not run it again on 2nd & 10. Oh, it's 3rd & long, we'd better pass this time. Doesn't take much for a defensive coordinator to figure that out.

Hey Capers....get Carr a line to play behind and get more creative in your play calling!
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The reason the Cowboys won the SB the first year Barry was there was because they had the best talent.

Re Coach Capers...perhaps he is better suited to be a coordinator.
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Anyone happen to catch Capers comments this evening while addressing some hurricane relief volunteers about " credibility, responsibility, and proper organization and execution" ?

It was on FSN right after the stros game this evening. I was having dinner at the time and just about choked on a piece of chicken wing.

Needless to say I lost my appetite.

This guy should take a closer look in the mirror.

What a hyprocrite.
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:brickwall The nerve of this guy simply amazes me.

Completly clueless!
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While I can almost appreciate Capers unflappable attitude, I would sure like to see a more fire in his belly. Does this dude ever get worked up?

My question is how long will ol' Bob hang with Capers and Charlie?
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