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  1. CloakNNNdagger

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    reporting for duty, Sir.
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    Matt Schaub dear-in-the-headlights here, reporting for duty, Sir



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    Bob McNair how 'bout my Texans here, they really played well tonight............Thanks to all you great suckers......uh, I mean fans..............Hmmmmmmm, I wonder how much I made off 1/2 the gate and the Network kickback?
     
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    Kimmy RealGirls LvFB!

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    Good one
     
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    bye bye playoffs!!!!!
     
  4. Joe Texan

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    Bye Bye Kubiak, A great offensive coach who left foster out of the 4 quarter, Dude and his whole friends list needs to go and tomorrow is not soon enough.
     
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    What poor coaching decisions did Kubiak make tonight, though? Seriously. Having Frank Bush call your defensive plays doesn't count. His offensive play-calling was solid, his clock management was spot on. What else - as the head coach - could he really have done? The players sucked and the defensive play-calling sucked, period.
     
  6. hradhak

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    He's had several solid games from a planning standpoint. I really can't fault him for anything from the offensive standpoint. I hold him responsible for the atrocity that is the defense because he's the head coach, but I agree that falls on Frank Bush. I would really like to know how much Kubiak gameplans the defense on a week to week basis.
     
  7. Brisco_County

    Brisco_County Texans worthy

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    I like Kubiak and I like Frank Bush. They're good people and I'd like to keep them on my coaching staff... Just not as HC and DC.
     
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    Really, how about see the post prior to yours. No touches for Arian Foster after his 2nd TD. Might as well been in the locker room after that.
     


  9. mridge01

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    Not me, I want them both far removed from this team. They've done enough.
     
  10. T3x4NSBULL

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    how about not giving the ball to Foster in the 4th quarter? see ya never Kubiak
     
  11. Texecutioner

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    Man, you're here every week after a game sticking up for Kubiak. It's almost like you think a HC has absolutely no influence at all on a team.
     
  12. Brisco_County

    Brisco_County Texans worthy

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    Dom Capers, bad HC. He has recently put together one of the best defenses in the league.

    Rod Marinelli, horrible HC of the worst team in football history. He's a legendary defensive line coach who now coaches one of the best defenses in the league.

    Charlie Weiss.

    Wade Phillips.

    I could go on. Many great coaches should not be head coaches, but you'd be lucky as hell to have them in your coaching staff. Kubiak has developed two Superbowl winning quarterbacks and ran an offense that won a Superbowl. We'd be lucky to keep him as offensive coordinator.
     
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    Kubiak will find another job as an OC. Frank Bush is not ready for the DC position.

    But if McNair's hints/comments making the playoffs this year or else were true, Kubiak and Bush should be history. In fact, if Rick Smith doesn't at least recommend to his boss, Mr. McNair, that his buddy Gary needs to go, then he should go too. That IS the GM's job, right? ...to make recommendations on how best to improve the team??

    I'm not ever going to hoist the pink soap but I'm letting my Sunshine Club membership expire along with our chances of making the playoffs this year.

    That was the deal I made with myself at the beginning of the season.
     
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    Unless I'm mistaken, Foster wasn't even in the game on the critical fourth down play at the end of fourth quarter. I think Ward was in. If he was in to block, that is typical Texans. Rather than leaving their best players in the game and making the defense account for them, Kubiak takes them out to try to account for the defense. Passive.

    Remember the ridicule this board heaped on Reggie Bush when he wasn't in on the fourth down play at the end of the game in the USC v Texas championship game? The Texans deserve that same ridicule. Kubiak and his enablers have earned it the past two years after the training wheels should have come off.
     
  15. Texanator

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  17. Mr. White

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    Kubiak should be investigated for gambling on his own games.

    He keeps taking Foster out in the 4th because he's playing the Under.
     
  18. Joe Texan

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    keep waiting for the announcement, "there will be no coaches show cause the coach is fired"

    I am sorry I just cannot be nice here what with us taking the lead and shelving the best running back in the league.
     

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