Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by djohn2oo8, Jan 2, 2013.
Catch the ball AJ
Some truth in these comments. He's the only offensive player doing his job and the rest need to step it up.
It's definitely better than saying its the biggest game in Texans history. I hope to never hear a player say that again even if its true.
I hope he tells everyone that Saturday morning
Dre says it best ......
Dre says what the theme of my sig has been saying for the last three seasons...
Except you've conveniently forgotten to update it this year....
Gonna be bittersweet to watch Dre finish his career in New England or Denver.
I was just thinking that....
Good words but Dre left a touchdown on the field last week too.
He wasn't expecting the ball to have come down out of its lunar orbit at that moment. Let's be fair.
This game is a game that Houston added to their playoff schedule by losing their last 2. The players should be enjoying the weekend off watching to see who is coming to their house. Instead they have to play the Bengals to get a chance to play the Patriots on the road with Gronk back. Its just hard to get excited at all about this game knowing that because of the way this Texans team played at the end of the season they put theirselves in such a gigantic hole that is near impossible to climb out. On top of that they gave our old nemesis Peyton and his Broncos a huge gift. And as a bonus they go ahead a give Tom Brady and the Patriots the #2 seed. Yep, that would be the NFL in Houston.
So as far I am concerned I could care less what any of the players or coaches on the Texans say. I don't care about this Bengals game either. Beating them proves nothing. Show us what you can do on the road against the Patriots and then the Broncos. Then talk.
really good post
I hope he really said that to his teammates.
Yeah, I doubt it. Aj barely says anything and when he does its in the media, even the other players say he doesn't talk, does his job and goes home....then you have Matt, I gotta do better, Schaub trying to lead when no one believes in him and don't forget yoga master Arian who doesn't even eat meat, no person in the world will follow a guy who don't eat a good old American hot dog....bottom line is there is no true leader on offense, just a bunch of guys hoping the others step up
I have an issue with your post. Its not that I disagree with your conclusion, because I dont, it's just that hot dogs should never be used as a measuring stick for leadership skills...
I guess you've never been to a Texans practice .... and he didnt whoop Finnegan either ....
I was hoping this team, under Kubiak, would prove me dead wrong.
Looks like the "Excuse Train" is still boarding well after 2009.
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