Gary Kubiak: "It's on me."

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  1. DexmanC

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    Yes, Gary. We know.
     
  2. nytexan

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    Where do I get me one of those pinky soap thingy's???
     
  3. mariowillshine15

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    How about a toaster with a burnt piece of toast reading Texans Secondary?
     
  4. DexmanC

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    Just copy somebody's avatar when it comes out. When you look at
    how this team's been playing the last three weeks, and gulp once you
    take a gander at the post-bye schedule, you'll see a TON of pink soap
    avatars.
     
  5. IlliniJen

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    Zero heart. Check.

    Zero fire. Check.

    Zero prep. Check.

    Seems like Kubiak is doing a fine job doing what he knows best.
     
  6. nytexan

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    Yea, yea, yea, one of those too!!! Just an all around awful performance today.
     
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  8. dream_team

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    Can't put it all on Kubiak. This was a good ass whooping on everyone! Not one bright spot!
     


  9. Mr. White

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    I just put in a request for a pink soap signature in the graphics thread.

    It'll stay up until the guy gets fired or wins a Super Bowl.
     
  10. Porky

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    I'm ready for some Frank Bush pink soap too. Five games in - still just bad game plans considering our lack of talent in the back 7. I thought Bush was going to bring the pressure this year, but playing a bunch of zone with off coverage and only 4 rushers and nothing at all different or exotic to throw Eli off?

    And I was extremely disappointed in Brian Cushing today. I thought that guy was going to be knocking some heads around and flying to the ball and making big plays. Instead, he was a JAG today. Guess that's what happens when you stop taking PED's.
     
  11. ThaShark316

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    LOL just the coach is at fault? Wish I lived in y'all world.
     
  12. DexmanC

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    The coaches are the chess players, the players are the pieces.
    Gary Kubiak is no Gary Kasparov.
     
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    I guess dude...it's still on the players too. Chess pieces don't commit 76 penalties on the field (71 of those on special teams, lol)...so while, yeah, i can blame the coaches...Schaub sucked, run blocking was awful and the defense was shit.
     
  14. DexmanC

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    The coach if the blame, if the Texans play three straight weeks of unfocused,
    undisciplined, sloppy football. They beat the Raiders, but got thoroughly whipped
    the other two times.
     
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    While I don't entirely agree with you THAT line is $ I may have to steal that for my sig!

    Rep to you sir!
     
  16. Blazin' Toro

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    How did Schaub suck... The O-line was falling apart and Schaub barely had time to think before getting pummeled.. All it was, is that the Giants came in with a better game plan and the Texans didn't improve theirs throughout the game. They did, however, play very very sloppy.
     
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    Yeah, our secondary is trash, but there is just way to much talent on this team to have played like they did today. I blame the Coaching staff. At some point in time you have to quit bitching at the players and look at the source of the problem.

    Imagine the entire AFC South being 3-2 after today and we've still got five AFC South games to go, along with other really good teams on our late year schedule. The freaking Texans are just to hot and cold, they're as consistent as the weather and as irritating as the Houston humidity.

    What it's beginning to look like is just the same old inconsistent Texans, just a more talented bunch but the same nonetheless.
     
  20. rmartin65

    rmartin65 I'm Score

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    I could choose anyone of the coaching threads to put this in, but I am already here so her it goes.

    I want a proven HC. A proven winner, Gruden or Cower being my top two, Gruden being my first choice because he runs a 4-3, which would not jack up our lineup.
     

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