Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by thunderkyss, Oct 7, 2013.
Just in case you want to hear their spin straight from their own mouths.
I got in mid way. What did he say about the QB position?
Nothing we want to hear.
Schaub is struggling. Only way out is to play through. Tj & Case continue to push Schaub. Won't be cornered into answering if he thought about benching Schaub or going with Tj or Case.
"pleased" that Tj was able to get a couple of snaps last night.
I honestly can't stand these two and im not going to listen to a program that won't ask the right questions.
Pretty disappointing then. Thanks for the info.
He has been struggling since what? December of last year?
since we fell off of our quick start last year (game 12). We are 4-7 since then.
It's all about perspective. We don't give a sht if Kubiak is fired at the end of the season. Some of us want him gone & have wanted him gone for years. 12-4, 10-6, don't matter.
So it's easy for us to say, "Matt's the problem, you gotta start Keenum."
But this is Kubiak's livelihood & the consequences of his decisions are going to be much closer to home for him than us. None of us are going to have to pack up & move on if we're wrong.
Listened to Kubes...not much there IMO, typical double talk save for leaving the door open to a QB change but nothing definitive....aka Schaub will start but he wants to give the appearance of some long thought out decision.
Schaub starts in a sec.....I'm probably gonna leave work instead of stick around and here more corporate speak. Especially from Schaub with his "We" need to get better.....fap fap fap
Matt still sticking with the "WE" and "US" comments.
What a spineless coward.
A spineless coward would have closed his twitte..... wait a minute.
You noticed too? Can't believe it.........after he had opportunity to
think about how it all sounded the first time.
And none of us get millions of dollars to make decisions, whether they are good or not.
As I listened, I could just hear Kubes telling him to only refer to any questions with a team oriented answer, and not to take the blame on himself. Seems like something Gary might do at least ...
And neither does he.
Gary Kubiak can sit under his pagoda, smoke a fattie of the finest, never have his Lass cook another meal eating at the finest dineries in the WORLD every night for the rest of his life and still afford his offspring a healthy inheritance with all the cash the game has afforded him over the years. We all know that's not his gig though even if he CAN DO IT.
He's a workaholich, type A control freak who would need to hire someone to field the calls for his services. He wouldn't be unemployed long.
Just being a little long winded with my post and trying to stretch to four paragraphs 'cause GP's not around so much anymore.
Ever since he missed Foster wide open underneath, and threw that terrible end zone interception in New England. That was it. That was him stepping up to the next level, and he failed miserably. So he went back into his shell, deep inside his shell.
I truly think that's it. He's "learning" how to make plays & it's not working for him. He's probably going to go even deeper into his conservatism & that's not going to help us at all.
In all honesty, when we were doing well and winning games, Schaub always said 'we' and 'us'.
Blame him for his game, as he should be, but doing the whole team thingie is nothing new, and I actually appreciate that. It's not about owning up as much as it is to present the team as unified.
Matt "looks" the same to me.
This is the same guy that tried to throw an out route against Baltimore in overtime a few years ago and had it returned for a touchdown.
The best he's ever played was last year in Denver. In the mile high air. He made great throws against a good defense.
Matt has built up his stats and reputation on the back of the bootleg. He built his stats making "comebacks" against soft defenses. He built his stats against mediocre teams in games where there was not as much pressure.
I have 0 faith in Schaub to make plays against a good team in a big game.
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