Riley Must Have Something Agaist Carr...

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  1. Texans Horror

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    I know I am not getting the quote exactly right, but I thought this was a great comment by the announcers today when Riley made that half-way attempt to defend Carr at the end of the first half. Does the line have something against "this generation's Archie Manning?" Why is Riley still out there? Why isn't Wand being tried again? Why is the number one question on Day 1 of the Texans still the same problem in 2005? I would love to hear people's ideas.
     
  2. Runner

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    Wand is not dressed today. He's on the inactive roster. I think Milford Brown, a guard, suited up instead.

    Can someone explain why we have tackles playing this poorly and the guy who started 16 games last year at LT isn't even suited up? He is inactive, NOT hurt.
     
  3. Texans Horror

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    That makes as much sense as anything else this coaching staff has done!

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  4. ComstockLode

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    Riley is a ******* joke as is wade's half *** attempts.
     
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    Kinney's I'll let the LB pass through the middle............. Insane. It cant get any worst. It just cant.....
     
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    . . . those offensive linemen are just allowing those defensive linemen to get past them on purpose. It looks that bad. It makes me wonder if their is a personal dislike for Carr.

    I mean, it's almost as if I'm watching a replay of the 1st half of The Longest Yard. It's sick.
     
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    Maybe Carr should trhow one into an OL's nutz.
     
  8. BEERnBBQ

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    personal dislikes for Carr aside, if he ain't blocking he shouldn't be playing. some of the current linemen could be as effective watching from the sidelines
     
  9. BEERnBBQ

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    i doubt if he'd have time to
     
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    I think the only blocking scheme that the linemen have studied is the screen pass
     
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    Good one - let everybody upfield and we'll throw behind them
     
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    I think I even heard the commentator mention Victor Riley's "dislike" for Carr. I don't know where he pulled that out from, but . . .

    Man, I can't wait for the Indy game, can you? I mean . . . Dwight Freeney vs. Victor Riley? , , , oh yeah! :drool:


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  13. tulexan

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    Did you hear the commentator say that someone needs to help Riley? More like someone needs to replace Riley. I can't wait for D'Brickinshaw Ferguson next year.
     
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    These coaches will probably wait to put Wand in against Indy, just so he doesn't look too good. Then again, maybe Riley will just have a "sore hamstring" for that game.
     
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    Can anyone else see the same things that we see? Some people still want to blame Carr for the situation.
     
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    Riley Sucks David Sucks the front office Sucks the Coaching Staff Sucks everything sucks so far except Dunta
     
  17. BEERnBBQ

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    i dont blame carr. its difficult to find open recievers with the way defenses play. having NO time once you drop back makes it virtually impossible. once you look away from the recievers and have to look for an escape route from the rush bad things are going to happen
     
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    our entire team is a heaping pile of cow ****. we should conceed the season and give a refund to all the ticket holders for having to watch this bull **** they call an nfl team.
     
  19. Bassinguy

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    Maybe there's a method to the madness. Could it be that they want a new head coach in there? If that's the case, I don't think they have long to wait.
     
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    I can't imagine Capers being here more than a couple more weeks if this continues. And I don't see it changing without a complete coaching staff change. I hate to say that because I think Capers is a good head coach, but he obviously doesn't have the confidence of his players now.
     

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