A Nice Article on Ex-Texan V-Mo

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  1. HOU-TEX

    HOU-TEX Ah, Football!

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    I liked the way he ran the ball when had the chance. I suppose he wasn't a fit in Kubiaks offensive scheme. I'm happy far both parties and wish Mo the best.

    http://www.sportsline.com/nfl/story/10214057
     
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    geez i know morency wasnt exactly his favourite player but you'd still expect something better than that
     
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    Nice find. Thanks for sharing. Glad to see he's prepping for life after football while still working hard to prepare for the season.

    He and Moran Norris are my only complaints about our new regime.
     
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    I think Kubiak wanted to err on the side of "cut too deep" rather than "not deep enough". He wanted to be sure of a clean slate. I don't agree with the areas he cut and didn't in all cases, but I think that was his goal.
     
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    HOU-TEX Ah, Football!

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    Kubiak has made some questionable cuts. The reason given by Runner is the only thing I could come up with as well. The organization appears to have entered the 180° curve to be a winning team. Whether they make it around the curve without crashing, has yet to be determined. I'll give Kubiak the benefit of the doubt because we're at least entering the curve to a turn around. Rather than stuck on the loop.:fans:
     

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