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Old 09-18-2005   #1
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Default How you like Buchanon?

About as much as we did i guess.

Commiserations, now you can see why we couldn't trade him away fast enough, i can't believe what you gave up for 'blowtime'.

The guy is a total *****.

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Old 09-18-2005   #2
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Make my Buchanon extra crisp. With a pat of unsalted butter & boysenberry preserves.
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Yea he has been sorry thus far. He was pretty much embarrassed by Hines Ward today after being embarrassed by the Bills wr's last week and his weak attempt at a tackle on the td run by Parker was even worse. This guy just doesn't ever seem to have his head in the game. Daunta Robinson gave in an ear full during the game so maybe that will wake him up. The way he is playing we may have to bring Chris Dishman back from retirement.
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Make my Buchanon extra crisp. With a pat of unsalted butter & boysenberry preserves.
'P-Burnt' 'P-Suck' 'Blowtime' they're all good.

Casserly must have thought Buchanon wore 24.
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only question I have is why in the world is Faggins playing 'second fiddle' to this smuck.
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He is younger, faster, and suckier than Aaron Glenn.
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Yea he has been sorry thus far. He was pretty much embarrassed by Hines Ward today after being embarrassed by the Bills wr's last week and his weak attempt at a tackle on the td run by Parker was even worse. This guy just doesn't ever seem to have his head in the game. Daunta Robinson gave in an ear full during the game so maybe that will wake him up. The way he is playing we may have to bring Chris Dishman back from retirement.
Everyone embarasses him i'm afraid, even though you've invested heavily in him, i hope you have the sense to take it on the chin and cut his sorry *** at the end of the year.

I'm not surprised he got out the way rather than tackle, he did that week in week out in Oakland.
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Yep... Buchanon is absolutely sorry. That "attempt" at tackling Willie Parker was embarassing... Dunta should have beat him up on the sidelines for what he did.
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He is younger, faster, and suckier than Aaron Glenn.
Which means hes a good fit for our team.
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Everyone embarasses him i'm afraid, even though you've invested heavily in him, i hope you have the sense to take it on the chin and cut his sorry *** at the end of the year.
Why would we want to cut his sorry @$$ hes exactly the kind of player were looking for.
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one of you fans could play better at corner and have more heart. i aint kiddin'.

your ownership needs to fire this guy to make a statement. at this point, the only thing phyllis can be used for, is motivation to other's.

truly, a heartless dude. remember..... he got a 7 on the wunderlich. the light is not gonna suddenly turn on.

fire his ***.

i still cant stand him and he isnt even on my team anymore.
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only question I have is why in the world is Faggins playing 'second fiddle' to this smuck.
Not that I'm defending Buchanon at all, but Faggins didn't exactly impress today, either. That swipe he took on that one pass? WTH was that?

Oh well .....
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Buchanan is an example of the Texans superiority complex, to think they can remold other teams malcontents and underachievers into serviceable impact players. Casserly, the coaching staff & Buchanan are all tied together now hanging by a thread with the very real probablity of none returning or signing extensions as Texans
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at least he was close enough to actually swipe at it. And notice he did it ONCE. How many passes did Buchanan simply GIVE to the WR and then run up after a 10+ yard receipt and tackle them?

No CB makes EVERY play, but at least Faggins was in a position to actually attempt to make a play, unlike Buchanan who is invaribly 10 yards downfield waiting for the WR to run to him so he can tackle them.
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Everyone embarasses him i'm afraid, even though you've invested heavily in him, i hope you have the sense to take it on the chin and cut his sorry *** at the end of the year.

I'm not surprised he got out the way rather than tackle, he did that week in week out in Oakland.
We don't admit mistakes here. See Hollings, Tony - still on the roster.
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Maybe we could have put hollings in at cb? He would have made more impact than "no-time" buchanon
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About as much as we did i guess.

Commiserations, now you can see why we couldn't trade him away fast enough, i can't believe what you gave up for 'blowtime'.

The guy is a total *****.

He has looked pretty bad. But then again none of our secondary has looked that great. Our pass rush is so horrible it is hard to tell who to blame, it is pretty hard to blame the secondary when the QB has 7-10 seconds to decide who to throw to.

yeah PB effort at tacking Willie was pathetic.
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you guys want him back? Please?
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He has looked pretty bad. But then again none of our secondary has looked that great. Our pass rush is so horrible it is hard to tell who to blame, it is pretty hard to blame the secondary when the QB has 7-10 seconds to decide who to throw to.

yeah PB effort at tacking Willie was pathetic.

Yeah, when you pass rush 2 men and they still get a completion among 6 people is pretty sad
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Reckon speed ain't everything in the 3-4. Heart and brains are not needed......apparently.
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Whats the likelyhood of Glenn wanting to come back?
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