Phil Taylor: Nothing we can't stop (LOL, really?)

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  1. 76Texan

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    Just another example of there needs to be an independent neurologist on every NFL sideline.
     
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    Yep, Taylor just failed the concussion exam.....out 3 weeks.
     
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    not one, but two 100 yard backs on the same day. so close, soooo close.
     
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    Its probably cause he went to baylor... gig em
     
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    He was misquoted. Here is what he actually said (I'm pretty sure at least):

    DEFENSIVE TACKLE PHIL TAYLOR
    (on Houston Texans rushing attack) “It’s faster than what we see at practice and nothing we can stop.”
     
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    I heard he was going to file a lawsuit on the texans for kicking his face in.
     


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    Gotcha!
    You mean he was saying "there was nothing we can (do) to stop (it)"!

    LOL!
     
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    This is a 'stfu' moment. Houston just ran for over 250 yards against you, and you won't play them for another two years at least. Please just be quiet...
     
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    From the same article.

     
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    In back to back weeks .... when's the last time that happened ?!


    Im really dreading the offseason with so many contracts coming up .... Its going to be hard for Smith to keep everyone.
     
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    Actually, it didn't happen now.

    It was against the Titans that Foster and Tate both went over 100. Against the Jags, Foster got 112 and Tate got 42.
     
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    Dutchrudder COOL BEANS!

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    How many times have the Texans gone into games with confidence and ended up getting hammered? Anyone remember the pre-game banter before we played the Cowboys last year? Yeah, people talk and then get put in their place, it happens.

    Enjoy the win, no need to rub it in their faces. You don't want to be like Cowboys fans.
     
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    This is what I didn't get. We have fans in this thread saying Colt didn't look like he belonged in the NFL. Yet he had none of the benefits Schaub had... OL Protection, running game, defense, big lead.... & they had the same stat line. More or less.

    Schaub was running out of the pocket for no reason, throwing the ball away when he had open receivers.

    I guess Schaub just looked better sucking than Colt did.
     
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    Ah thats right ..... Guess they'll have to get it done against TB this coming week.


    Tate was a monster yesterday .... dude reminds me of .... #34.


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    Schaub wasn't really needed yesterday, so his less than stellar play shouldn't give anyone concern. Throwing the ball away with a huge lead is something we should be grateful for. The only way Cleveland could have gotten back into the game was by turnovers, and the only one committed should have probably been caught by Daniels.

    It was really the perfect game for this team. The running game went nuts and the defense did it's job.
     
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    That's not the point.

    They were saying Colt looked lost, like he didn't belong. He had no OL protection, no running game. no wide receivers, no tight end, no defense getting him a short field...

    Matt had it all. Beautiful, huge pockets, a pro bowl tight end, two 100 yard rushers, the best defense in the league, arguably the best line......

    & they both completed 60% of their passes, had a QB rating in the 50s..... but Colt looked lost?


    Tell me that's not haterade.
     
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    Schaub's QB rating was in the 50's?

    I didn't know that...

    But yeah...That is the kind of game I'd like to see Schaub play...The kind where he doesn't have to do a whole lot.
     

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