FIRE Casserly!!!!

Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by gtexan02, Sep 10, 2006.

  1. gtexan02

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    Oh wait.

    But still, no wonder we are the laughing stock of the NFL.

    Williams looks like a 5 year project! He jumped at the fakes, ran into defenders, etc etc.

    Meanwhile the 1-2 punch of Bush and McCallister looks like a thing of beauty.

    Our pass rush was the worst I've ever seen it. And our running game was even worse.

    Why!
     
  2. The Dream

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    funny u bring this up....Charlie was on NFL Today earlier explaining why some RB on the Patriots was better than Reggie Bush....he also defended his draft pick of Williams, saying Texans fans will be thanking him in the long run.....God I hate that man.
     
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    I thought that was Kubiak's call. Casserly seems to be a familiar scapegoat. Maybe the Texans' brass will replay all of these interviews with Casserly after these kinds of games to take the heat off of Kubiak.
     
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    A five-year project? In five years, any other good players we have will be old or gone.

    Anyway, today was a sorry performance. I knew we wouldn't win, but I was hoping we could at least look average.
     
  5. gtexan02

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    Ok, not 5 years, but at least a year of learning. He's going to be like Vince Young. Needs time to learn the game.

    Why couldn't we have gone with someone NFL ready?
     

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