Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by PockyAF, Sep 30, 2013.
modern day offensive coaching guru has a system where one can't change the play in a bad situation. Brilliant stuff. La Porte HS QB's have a better system than this for being in a bad play.
I dunno man, I think that if I'm Schaub in that situation, a little subordination is in order. Common sense should trump flawed protocol.
Kubiak is a ****ing idiot.
he should be f'n embarrassed for even admitting that.
I think it's time for Bob to call an audible on the Coach. I would say that it's time for Rick Smith to call an audible but that's laughable since Rick Smith isn't allowed to call an audible either.
How do you stay positive after reading that? Seriously. It's no wonder why the well coached teams make us look stupid. Never mind the Broncos, watch us get beaten by the CHIEFS.
This sucks. Bad.
It sounds more like he is instinctually covering for Schaub, but thereby implicating himself to a fan base that already sees he, Schaub's contract and Rick Smith's incredible UDFA work as the Teflon Trinity.
This team is talented enough to get the result, they just need an organizational structure that has check and balances. The current power structure has been on cruise control since pen went to paper eight years ago.
If this is true, that's got to be the stupidest call I've ever heard of. The QB has to have the flexibility to make a change at the last moment. The defense is constantly shifting around before the snap. I guess we now know why Peyton didn't come here. He must've been afraid he'd have to biatch slap Kubiak.
Or maybe Kubiak knows what he has for a QB and doesn't let him audible because it just isn't a good idea.
Peyton would've been the best OC on our side of the field. It makes perfect sense now.
Either Schaub is too stupid to audible or Kubes doesn't trust him. Which is it?
Yea, I wish. The jig is up on Kubiak.
Predictable, routined. Kubiak was simply out-coached on that play.
The guys on 790's thoughts on that play at 45:53
Man, could you imagine the scene on the sideline - Peyton's big forehead headbutting against Gary's perfect 2 bottle of hair spray melon???
Correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't Schaub call audibiles a few years ago when we were the #3 offense in the NFL?
Couldn't have said it better myself. Furthermore I can't believe that schaub wouldn't take it upon himself to change the play. Hell I'm a lowly middle manager and I got the stones to go against the grain when I KNOW that what I'm being asked to do is not helping our long or short term goals. More times than not I'm given kudos afterwards for showing initiative and "making a freaking play".
Schaub's a complete kiss-ass yes man. Ridiculous!
I heard the play by play team say that Schaub is the most blitzed QB in the NFL. No shock since he handles pressure poorly and doesn't stretch the field to make teams pay.
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Welcome to the club.
1.) Preventing him from changing the play hasn't stopped Schaub from giving points to the other team every game this season.
2.) Kubiak hand picked this QB and declares him the starter each season before training camp even comes around. He hasn't drafted a serious challenger to the position, and despite what Yates did in his rookie year, Kubiak never opened up the position for competition.
Here's something to think about:
When Brady came in for Bledsoe, he didn't really tear it up. He did good, but not anything that would elad you to believe he'd become what he became. You think Kubiak would have rolled with him when Bledsoe came back? What about when Bledsoe came into the AFC Championship game and rallied the troops with a key drive to help seal the deal? What about when you consider that Bledsoe had just signed a $100M deal? Personally, I think if Kubiak were the coach of the Pats at that time, Brady would be a footnote to history.
I heard them say he was the least blitzed QB. I thought that was because teams didn't need to blitz Schaub to cause happy feet.
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