Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by texanchris, Dec 13, 2010.
The owner is showing major profits and he's too soft to make the hard decisions.
a loss AND he saved his job...
Unfortunately, coming back to tie it just saved Kubiak's job probably. I can just hear the quotes when the season is over -- "We were right there in it with a potential Super Bowl team on Monday Night."
Agreed. Kubiak's offense had Ray Lewis and company fighting for air...and that is no easy feat. Gary's not going anywhere, he's earned the respect of the entire NFL with this one.
You can't be serious are you? All this game shows me is that there is a serious issue with coaching. We obviously have the talent but don't have the game plan to play 4 QTRs.
Another uncontrollable laughing outburst. Somebody call Rusk and check me in.
I thought after the Patriots win at the end of last season where we came back and won that this team finally turned the corner. They've proved me wrong numerous times this year.
First, we're gonna need to run some TPS reports and then send them up to Accounting so they can run a Risk-Analysis Report, which will get sent to Marketing so they can run a....
With the Texans history of losing so many games down the stretch under Kubiak (especially in the last two seasons), wouldn't any owner not named McNair come to the conclusion that it's most likely the coaching that is to blame?
He'll earn my respect when he actually wins games like this. Until that time, "vugg" 'em...
Isn't it ironic that Kubiak has stated that Schaub runs the show in 2-minute situations?
Who calls the game the other 95% of the time? Yep, Mr. Teflon.
FML indeed, Trap_Star.
F. M. L.
OMG, I sure hope McNair doesn't have this same loser mentality.
This is yet another game where the Texans get EVERY STAT EXCEPT
THE FREAKING WIN!
Not all is lost.
Reportedly, Cliff Lee is going to the Phillies.
Roy O might get a ring yet. And the Yankees DON'T get Cliff Lee.
Kubiak's offense goes nuts when the opponent plays Prevent.
Have we seen this before? Is the Texans' "dominant" offense good
against good team ONLY after spotting the opponent 14+ points?
The excuse was the previous years that the team were taking steps, although small, they were taking steps and getting better each year.
Well this year they have taken a step back. I think Kubes gets the hook this year.
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