McNair is obviously the problem!

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  1. aggieNzona

    aggieNzona Rookie

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    We all thought Charlie was the main issue but without a doubt now Bob is the problem. He just out did Bill Bidwill as the biggest gutless owner in the NFL. This sets the team back 5 years and I wonder what it does to Kubiak, obviously he was not in agreement with this choice!:brickwall :challenge
     
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    Marcus Ruthless pragmatist

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    Oh really? Now, how would you know that? Did he phone you and tell you that, or did you just pull that out of your asss?
     
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    I don't think McNair is a good scapegoat, because I doubt he's going to fire himself anytime soon.
     
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    No becuase Kubs along w/ almost every NFL scout and observant knows Bush is a once in a 10 year player and Williams may or may not be even be real good! Bush is a game breaker will Mario be that? Gary certianly wanted Bush and any Texan fan that thinks this is somehow a good move is nothing more than an homer idiot!! The franchise is now the laughing stock of the NFL! The Cards and Saints are now considered better orginizations!! Do you really think they had Williams higher on the board then Bush? No this is about money and power and Mr McNair said "my way or the highway" which unfortunatley is very similar to Bud Adams and Bill Bidwill's approach!:stirpot:
     
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    Problem? What problem? :um: WE HAVE A PROBLEM?
     
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    Come on guys. Texans made a choice to go with Mario let's hope that he can be a stud for us. We needed DE anyway more than RB. Yes, I'm a little dispointed like your guys. But we got the best D available from this draft. Just look at his highlights on internet. He is a beast. Either Mario or Reggie, I'm still texans' fan. :fans:
     
  7. TexanBacker93

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    Bush will be great.
    Bush will be a bust.
    VY will be the best ever.
    VY will never figure out NFL defenses.
    D'Brick will be a franchise LT
    D'Brick will be an average T
    Mario Williams will be the next Reggie White
    Mario Williams will be the next Alonzo Spellman

    Nobody, anywhere, knows which of these statements is true or false. Every statement has been clouted by "experts" on this site and every mediahead in the USA. This is the move I thought was the smartest move to get a championship caliber team built.

    I know I'll be rooting them on from the front row in the end zone.
     
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  9. erasethevirus

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    Most GMs have agreed that mario is also a once in 10 years defensive prospect worthy of the #1 pick. Get a clue.
     
  10. HJam72

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    I don't think we can tell if we have a problem or not. idonno:
     
  11. BradK10

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    C'mon you're crazy. I live in Zona too, and NO ONE can touch the Bidwells, not even close
     
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    I dont wanna be the homer here... but considering the 100s of millions that McNair paid to give us this team.. shouldnt be be thankful, regardless if he wants to draft Mario Williams or his brother Cliff McNair?
     
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    Yep, that's what I've been thinking too. Even thought about starting a thread about it.
     
  14. c5demon

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    No wonder why the other NFL owners don't like McNair either.
     
  15. TheOgre

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    It is obviously a Kubiak decision. Just look at how difficult it has been for Denver to find quality D-linemen. I'm just not sure THIS is the right guy.
     
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    It was just reported by Mort that Kubes and Casserly sat down Thursday and made this decision. I think it has to do with long term effect and they don't want a VY or Bush and have them fail miseribly.

    I am leaning toward McNair having some problems. Great man, great worker for Houston sports, etc but sometimes great businessmen don't make great sports owners. You have to have the right people in place. We will see how it works out.
     
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    Peppers ran a 4.4.
     
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    We are the worst expansion team ever. That's a problem.
     
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    yall need to stop complaining and support are team instead of bitchin and complaining, lets just see how he does, yall don't know if he will come out of the gate blazin, and if he is a bust then complain, so lets just shut up and see what else we do in the next rounds
     
  20. Bobo

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    Seems to me that Williams was the gutsy call. But it was also the football call. I feel sorry for NO. Now they have the Bush/McAllister conflict and their lines haven't improved. McAllister is one of the best RBs around and has been to two Pro Bowls. Good luck to them, but they got themselves into this mess -- something the Texans were smart enough to avoid.
     
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