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Old 09-29-2013   #1941
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Kubes won't run out of leash, he'll hang himself with it before he yanks MS.
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2 years ago as far as I'm concerned. But, he doesn't have a QB worth a damn, A Johnson is past his prime, and the secondary is depending on a washed up Ed Reed to make it better. Texans aren't very good.

Sure they are. The defense played a great game as did the offense until the second half. Then the offense just stopped showing up, Matt went "full retard" and the defense finally wore down. They can't stop them every single time and no one expects them to be able to do that.

The offense lost this game and specifically they lost it because of Matt Schaub. Not because the running game wasn't there. Not because the offensive line isn't good enough. They lost it because Matt Schaub can't deal with any pressure at all and Matt Schaub can't make good decisions under any kind of pressure.

Those are primary attributes required to play QB in the NFL at a high level. No amount of smoke and/or mirrors will cover up the fact that those are missing forever.
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Sure they are. The defense played a great game as did the offense until the second half. Then the offense just stopped showing up, Matt went "full retard" and the defense finally wore down. They can't stop them every single time and no one expects them to be able to do that.

The offense lost this game and specifically they lost it because of Matt Schaub. Not because the running game wasn't there. Not because the offensive line isn't good enough. They lost it because Matt Schaub can't deal with any pressure at all and Matt Schaub can't make good decisions under any kind of pressure.

Those are primary attributes required to play QB in the NFL at a high level. No amount of smoke and/or mirrors will cover up the fact that those are missing forever.

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Kubes is falling on the sword in the presser. I made a bad call there, blah blah blah. He's never going to yank MS until or unless he is either injured or they fall out of the playoff picture imo. I would start Yates next week. He has playoff experience. If nothing else, it sends a message that nobody is safe if you suck eggs.

We should have gotten rid of Kubes after 2010. He sucks as a HC, his offense is very modern....if it's 1976... and he again tucked his tail, and hid under his turtle shell.
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Jeez Porky! Is this "turtle shell" nonsense the best you can do? Really?
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After 8-8 this year I'd think McNair might finally rid ourselves of him.
I'm thinking more like 7-9.
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"At what point does Kubiak run out of leash?"

About three years ago but I'm not holding the leash. I'd have fired him after the 6-10 season that brought us Wade Phillips and the sudden realization that no, we don't have a talent issue on that side of the ball. Just a brain issue with the HC and DC.
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Just to think about it. If Russel Wilson or Colin Kaepernick were sitting behind Schaub at this point, Schaub would still remain the starter.
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Just to think about it. If Russel Wilson or Colin Kaepernick were sitting behind Schaub at this point, Schaub would still remain the starter.
the other day I raised the point about how Harbaugh had the nuts to draft Kapernick and then play him when Alex Smith was productive and efficient. If Kubiak were the 9ers coach I'm not sure Kubiak even drafts a guy like Kapernick because he would have been OK with Smith's play.
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There have been HOF QBs that have been benched for poor play. There have been Super Bowl winning QBs that have been benched for poor play. Schaub doesn't have anything close to that pedigree, and he's not going to bench himself.
You have to ask yourself the fatal question here "Do either Yates or Keenum give us a better chance to win"?? (I think that's a question worthy of a poll).

I think the case for keeping Kubiak beyond Schaub is a strong one when you consider that despite the obvious limitations at the QB position , this team has been at the top of the league in total yards , scoring and time of possession over the last three seasons ....


Schaub's two picks today account for a 13 point swing. Anything was better than throwing that pass ... throw it away or just fall down , take a sack and punt.
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Also just like Wade, Kubiak is much more suited to being a coordinator rather than a head coach and a leader of men
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You have to ask yourself the fatal question here "Do either Yates or Keenum give us a better chance to win"?? (I think that's a question worthy of a poll).

I think the case for keeping Kubiak beyond Schaub is a strong one when you consider that despite the obvious limitations at the QB position , this team has been at the top of the league in total yards , scoring and time of possession over the last three seasons ....


Schaub's two picks today account for a 13 point swing. Anything was better than throwing that pass ... throw it away or just fall down , take a sack and punt.
I think that if Yates or Keemun start today we have just as good a chance of winning this game as we did with Schaub, I think of Yates or Keenum start for the rest of the season we see what we have in them, if we reach the playoffs with them then great, if they stink it up then we have ourselves a draft spot to go get a decent QB to place into an excellent position to succeed and have a better chance to win the Super Bowl next season, and the season after that.

I don't see the point on sticking with a guy who has clearly lost his way. I think you put pre-injury Schaub into this team we are a contender. But that isn't an option. Cheers for dragging us to respectability Matt, sorry your body gave up on you before you got to reap the rewards, lets move on though.

Schaubs rare meltdowns used to be the final straw once in a while when the team wasn't as good, between the way the meltdowns happen most weeks now, his good play not having the same ceiling it once did, and the fact that the team is good enough apart from him now (not the final straw in an all around bad performance) we just cannot waste any more time.

If Kubiak is taking the blame in the presses though, I just don't see what's needed happenning unfortunately. And you know what? If someone needs firing, and the HC wants to take the blame, then ill struggle to get too upset. I believe in Kubiak to be successful if he makes the bold decision and fixes the QB position. If he's not willing, see ya.
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You have to ask yourself the fatal question here "Do either Yates or Keenum give us a better chance to win"?? (I think that's a question worthy of a poll).
As I answered in your poll thread, if we're going to continue to see rookie mistakes from our QB, then I want to see the rookie upside. Schaub is very good as long as those mean old pass rushers leave him alone. If defenses insist upon rushing Schaub, then we're screwed.
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Kubiak's offensive philosophy and calling is okay. We're saddled with a liability at QB, though, and that QB is regressing.

2010 Matt Schaub with our current defense could have won a Super Bowl. 2013 Matt Schaub has fallen so far off the tracks that we're not going to win the division.

I'm sorry but imho anyone who thinks that Kubs offensive philosophy and play calling ok is diluding themselves. Every Texans fan knew what was going to happen in the second half, the same thing that always happens when we go into the half with a lead. Try not to lose. You know what philosophy and play calling works? John Fox in Denver, Bill Belliceck in New England why because they dont give other teams the opportunity to come back. Every drive they want to and are trying to score a TD. We do not.

Now for Schaub. I personally have been a proponent of his even comming into this year. Even after I watch Case and TJ light up preseason ( i give the edge to Case imo) Schaub lost me this game though. And it was comming before hand. I don't think I have ever seen so many pick6s ever. And the one today is the reason we lost. For anyone saying the defense gave up points they gave up a total of 13 points which combined with our 20 equals a Texans win agains the "best" team in the NFL. Too many times does Schaub go fetal when on of our other QBs would have escaped the situation. Now im just venting but you get the idea. They both need to go. They have had their chance it's someone elses turn. With the next person be better who knows.
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I can't help but feel like we should start case/tj, if either of them fails we have a nice draft pick to plug the hole at QB with and the money we save on having a rookie contract QB can be used to resign the quality young team we have to put around them.

Today is the first time I've come to the conclusion that Schaub can't get it done anymore. He's knackered and it upsets me to see it because I give him a lot of credit for pulling our team to respectability.

Kubiak gets the opportunity to sort this out for me if, and only if, he's willing to face up to the fact that he no longer has a QB.

The rest of this team is good, some issues on the back end of D that I believe will even themselves out, plenty of potential on the oline and I do trust the coaching staff to make the most of that talent, eventually. I see a lot of positives apart from the most important position on the team.
This is where I'm at, too. That 1 on 4 sack sealed it for me
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I wonder if Mcnair will allow Kubes to stay and get a new QB...????


that usually never works out tho for change u got to get a hole new coach and QB and that means Bye bye Andre OD and new center has well this Offesnive will have to be torn apart and re built
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As I answered in your poll thread, if we're going to continue to see rookie mistakes from our QB, then I want to see the rookie upside. Schaub is very good as long as those mean old pass rushers leave him alone. If defenses insist upon rushing Schaub, then we're screwed.
We're on the same page ... I'd rather see Keenum making rookie mistakes with some hope of upside than Schaub who's a known product.


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that usually never works out tho for change u got to get a hole new coach and QB and that means Bye bye Andre OD and new center has well this Offesnive will have to be torn apart and re built
That's a really good question .... Other than rookies available in the draft ... who's out there to be had via FA / trade ?!
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The Texans will still win the division, get in the playoffs and we'll see what happens. The defense is playing at a high level. If the Texans just stop gifting pick sixes to the other team, they will win 10 games. I am not giving up on the season at 2-2.
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The Texans will still win the division, get in the playoffs and we'll see what happens. The defense is playing at a high level. If the Texans just stop gifting pick sixes to the other team, they will win 10 games. I am not giving up on the season at 2-2.
This team isn't winning the division. They likely go 0-2 against the colts, and drop their next game against the titans. Also likely lose to the Broncos and the niners. That right there is 7 losses, assuming Schaub doesn't Schaub it up in any other game this year, which is so unlikely that it's just absurd to even consider.
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