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Old 10-09-2011   #61
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It wasn't playcalling that lost this game. In fact, the short pass attempt to Vickers was genius, if the bum would just catch the ball.

Our D would be the best in the business with another GOOD CB.

Our offense's pass blocking is not as good (in the middle) as it's been getting credit for.

The question you have to ask is "Why wouldn't you choose to run that play with Vickers, and not Casey who has hands of gold?"
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Old 10-09-2011   #62
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I mean, really, yall. People are talking like we had Samkon Gado sitting in the backfield.
LMFAO......haven't heard that name in a while. Remember Edimiche Echimondu (or something like that)??
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I mean, really, yall. People are talking like we had Samkon Gado sitting in the backfield.
Foster was averaging three yards a run. It just wasn't his day today.
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It's directly Kubiak's fault for not getting rid of Jacoby Jones this off season or last off season and getting a viable replacement for him. THe confidence that he has instilled in this guy that has never shown consistency in his career has been mind boggling. The fact that we're still somehow having to depend on Jacoby Jones for anything other than an occasional KR still haunts us apparently. That's on Kubiak for neglecting to take care of that problem.
This. And more! We MUST be prepared for a post AJ era. Look how bad the Colts are suffering because of not being prepared.

I'm sick of Kubiak "falling all in love with these kids". Does he really think we can't do any better than Jacoby?
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If Vickers (the bum) catches that short pass and runs it in for a TD, then we win this game (remember the field goal later) and all of you are praising Kubiak. We played a good team without AJ, and mostly without Williams.

A LOT of you are overreacting. Yes, I know this game was very important and we could easily lose the next two, but I'm telling you now we are gonna ROLL the second half of this season. It's not Kubiak's or Schaub's fault that Jacoby Jones sucks and Vickers is a bum.

While we're all wanting Kubiak fired, let's remember that we beat Pittsburgh last week....and they just STOMPED the Titans.
Question: Who signed Jacoby Jones to a new contract? The Contract Fairy?

Give me a f-----g break.
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The running game wasn't there. They were kicking our O-Lines butts the whole game.

Honestly, I think Kubiak and/or our OC called an excellent game. If Vickers could catch or J. Jones didn't suck, we'd be praising the offensive play-calling.

Besides that, where's the blame for Jason Allen? How many 15 yard out-patterns are you gonna give up? How 'bout just giving up a long TD because you're tired of it? When are we gonna get two starting CBs instead of none or (now) one and a bunch of miscreants?
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The question you have to ask is "Why wouldn't you choose to run that play with Vickers, and not Casey who has hands of gold?"
Casey was hurt at that point of the game and was in street clothes
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It's directly Kubiak's fault for not getting rid of Jacoby Jones this off season or last off season and getting a viable replacement for him. THe confidence that he has instilled in this guy that has never shown consistency in his career has been mind boggling. The fact that we're still somehow having to depend on Jacoby Jones for anything other than an occasional KR still haunts us apparently. That's on Kubiak for neglecting to take care of that problem.
Agree completely.

Jacoby Jones is a joke of an NFL player. The fact that this bum is making millions while 10% of Americans can't find a job is infuriating. Same can be said for Gary. I despise both of these losers.
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This. And more! We MUST be prepared for a post AJ era. Look how bad the Colts are suffering because of not being prepared.

I'm sick of Kubiak "falling all in love with these kids". Does he really think we can't do any better than Jacoby?
Good post as well.

Kubiak needs to get his ass over to college football if he wants to fall in love with his "kids" and become an honorary father. These guys are grown men, and this is a business. Kubiak, you aren't their daddy, and they aren't your kids.

Man, I hate this guy...
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There is nothing wrong with Kubiaks playcalling. He exploited the only area's we had an advantage in. te's and rb's out of the backfield.

His problems is that he let the defense be coached by idiots for 5 years and spent draft after draft and offseason after offseason spending all of our picks trying to upgrade a crappy defense while overlooking his offense because he feels he can move the ball with ave talent on offense. Now we get our big guy injured and anytime we play a team with a big physical line we have problems. Now he is out of chances, lets see what happens.
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Playcalling was a massive, frustrating issue with coaching today. Horrible play by the players, however, is not. I don't buy it. The players have executed before, but not today. It happens.
Look, this is all on Gary.

He's the one who is in charge of not only the offense. He's in charge of the whole team. He is the one who handpicked the players that are not executing on offense.

He's right after 6 yrs of fail, this is all on him.
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Look, this is all on Gary.

He's the one who is in charge of not only the offense. He's in charge of the whole team. He is the one who handpicked the players that are not executing on offense.

He's right after 6 yrs of fail, this is all on him.
So was it his fault when we executed in three wins this year? I'm not absolving him of blame. His playcalling was terrible today. But it was a shortened playbook, since the best WR in football was out. I know, I know, it's Kubiak's and management's fault for no offensive depth.
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So was it his fault when we executed in three wins this year?
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There is nothing wrong with Kubiaks playcalling. He exploited the only area's we had an advantage in. te's and rb's out of the backfield.

His problems is that he let the defense be coached by idiots for 5 years and spent draft after draft and offseason after offseason spending all of our picks trying to upgrade a crappy defense while overlooking his offense because he feels he can move the ball with ave talent on offense. Now we get our big guy injured and anytime we play a team with a big physical line we have problems. Now he is out of chances, lets see what happens.
There is something wrong with playcalling when you consistently can't score in the 2nd half and can never seem to put your foot on the gas and beat a team into the ground.

There is also something wrong with playcalling when in the 1st quarter, we were moving the ball efficiently and effectively by constantly getting the ball to OD, then suddenly we move away from him. I saw him on more than few occasions open, but we just flat out quit designing the offense around him when he and Foster were the only two guys on offense making plays.

Finally, there is something wrong with playcalling when you aren't getting the ball to one of your best mismatches in James Casey. The guy should have exploded today, yet we did nothing to try and get him the ball. He wasn't even a factor out there. We saw what he could do in the Saints game when we had him running the ball, blocking, going out wide, and just moving him all over the place. We seemed to do none of that today.

I strongly believe Kubiak's biggest problem is arrogance. I think the guy truly sees himself as an offensive genius that can't be stopped and is the best at what he does. I believe he thinks he can just run any play he wants to and because he was the one that designed it, it will work. Instead of going with what has been proven to work, much like Sean Payton does, and continue being aggressive, Kubiak likes to get cute.

But I'm also a little biased as I have gotten to the point that I despise Kubiak. I want us in the playoffs more than I want him fired but at the same time, I don't believe we will ever win it all with Kubiak at the helm.
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So was it his fault when we executed in three wins this year? I'm not absolving him of blame. His playcalling was terrible today. But it was a shortened playbook, since the best WR in football was out. I know, I know, it's Kubiak's and management's fault for no offensive depth.
Man, come on. Stop trumpeting wins against the Dolphins and Colts as some quality victory. Our talent so far exceeds both of those teams that with or without Kubiak, both of those games should have been, and were, victories. No, I don't give him credit for those two games.

The Steelers game was a quality win. But when you have as few quality wins as Kubiak has and hardly any games in which your team put together 4 quality quarters of football, then you simply aren't a good coach.
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What's the average margin of victory (points) under Kubiak?
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Casey got hurt, lol.
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Man, come on. Stop trumpeting wins against the Dolphins and Colts as some quality victory. Our talent so far exceeds both of those teams that with or without Kubiak, both of those games should have been, and were, victories. No, I don't give him credit for those two games.

The Steelers game was a quality win. But when you have as few quality wins as Kubiak has and hardly any games in which your team put together 4 quality quarters of football, then you simply aren't a good coach.
Wins are wins, I don't give a ****.

But you hate Kubiak and you won't rest until he's gone. I don't care much for him either but your mind is completely made up, so it's worthless to even talk to you about it.
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So was it his fault when we executed in three wins this year? I'm not absolving him of blame. His playcalling was terrible today. But it was a shortened playbook, since the best WR in football was out. I know, I know, it's Kubiak's and management's fault for no offensive depth.
It's not all on Kubes, of course not -- but I think almost anyone can see that this "shortened playbook" is something the Texans under Kubiak have almost always done going into the second half with a lead, year in and year out -- even with a healthy AJ in the game.

If you have to have AJ in the game in order to be imaginative and unpredictable in the play calling, I think it's pretty sad. Yes, the loss of AJ makes it harder for the rest of the team (I sure wish he was in on the last play -- I'll bet a TE or RB has a MUCH better chance of working open with the defense keying on AJ) -- but I still think the team played into its usual tendencies, with *or* without AJ on the field. Just a few extra blown-up plays because the defense predicted it can make the difference in such a close game.
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So was it his fault when we executed in three wins this year? I'm not absolving him of blame. His playcalling was terrible today. But it was a shortened playbook, since the best WR in football was out. I know, I know, it's Kubiak's and management's fault for no offensive depth.
Is it not?

He's the one who's put this team together.
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