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Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by BOBdaFRAUD, Sep 9, 2019.
Yo............... Romeo come on man.
You let comeback routes get them even and take the lead,
wow and that coverage at the end.
I cannot even explain that................ What was that
If someone explains it, you let me know because I'm just as WTF as you are.
Why did they touch the receiver down! Leave him curled up while the time runs off!
Saints were looking for 8-10 yards and we gave it to them. Was he afraid of giving up a TD?
This loss is on Romeo. It's a similar situation as the 2017 Patriots game where TB12 scored in the final seconds.
I was at a loss as to what the hell the defense was doing to allow Kamara to run all over them in the 2nd half. Then to see the 20 yard prevent defense.... ugh... But watching Watson pull off magic. That was nice.
BOB did well on this game. I aint gonna fraud the guy when clearly tunsil is + and stills is a + and Duke is a +
GM BOB is cool in my book.... for now
Colvin though man, fact he was not replaced like mid 2nd half.
ROMEOOOOOOOOOOO wake up buddy. We need you.
Watt and company? We have got to show up
I wonder if they kick it from 65 yards if RAC would have D'ed up there. Maybe the best struck kick I have ever seen and not at altitude. Agree RAC was way too soft and I was screaming at the time, but we should give that kicker some respect too. People don't roll off a couch and nail them like that. Painful loss, exciting game
So depressing! Hope they bounce back from this. This team is mentally weak....
Mentally weak? The hell are you talking about? They had less than a minute and put up another TD when even the announcers were saying it’s over. Saints may have won but Texans looked like a real football team for the first time in forever. Nothing mentally weak about this team, they went down swinging.
Those douchebags (announcers) kept cheerleading for the Saints all night long! It’s like every time they had a completion they would act like it was the most amazing thing they had ever witnessed.
Yep, feel sorry for the cleanup crew. Booger was so excited, he left a gooey mess of ejaculate all over that poor chair for them to clean.
Not sure why we only rushed two and dropped freaking nine into coverage playing 10-20 yards away from the LOS. So much head scratching.
Wouldn't call a late comeback that should have won it as mentally weak. Their defense sucks right now. It's also game one. They lost to a team in their house that should have been in the SB last year led by Drew Brees. He knows these situations a hundred times more than their secondary does. Not an excuse, but it wasn't Jacoby Brisset or Eli Manning on that drive. Coaching caused their loss tonight. That and having several new players who just got here a week ago and some two weeks ago. Those guys gave up a lot of sacks.
This was what I didn't understand.
Doesn't matter guys. When the WR gives himself up like that, the play is over. Otherwise, every late game situation the defenders would all just stand in a circle around the guy and never touch him while the clock ticks off.
Texans Defensive Coordinator in action...
Nope. A play is only down after a defensive player makes contact, there is no WR "I want the play to be over" rule. Think how a different a typical two-minute drive if the players could just roll up into a ball.
EDIT: Hmm, the above comment might be wrong, so I'll throw it up for debate. Here's a link I checked: http://static.nfl.com/static/conten.../pdfs/10_Rule7_BallInPlay_DeadBall_Scrimm.pdf One of the sections stated
If that's true I'm very surprised I've never seen a team with say 3 timeouts use it in a two minute drill.
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