Team Childress

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  1. gg no re

    gg no re iggnorent

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    Let's make it happen.

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  2. HTown2ATX

    HTown2ATX TexansMetalhead

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    :lol:

    Just the title made me almost spit my beer out my nose laughing.

    He's probably working at the GAP again right now with that small earpiece he used to wear on the sidelines like he was one of those guys that works there walking around with his little headset.

    (To keep my man card I will stipulate....once upon a time I was married, so GAP was just one of the many, mannnnnnnyyyyy stores I had to endure now and then...)
     
  3. Brisco_County

    Brisco_County Texans worthy

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    No thanks. I have this vision of Childress wearing a trenchcoat and prowling local parks in a van.

    Probably a nice guy, but that's just his look.
     
  4. m5kwatts

    m5kwatts Hall of Fame

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    I'll take him as the offensive coordinator under a real head coach.
     
  5. mattieuk

    mattieuk Site Contributor

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    Hmm. That is an interesting proposition.

    So this is Childress who had a beast of a running back (well, beast of a one two punch!). An all-pro receiver come in and out the door in a month. A defensive line that would match almost any other in the league. And he didn't win a Superbowl?

    What is he going to do with no defense and the rest of our issues? No thanks, I'll pass.
     
  6. TheMatrix31

    TheMatrix31 Hall of Fame

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    So wait, you want to get rid of Gary Kubiak and get BRAD CHILDRESS?!

    REALLY.
     
  7. BigBull17

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    He does have a little pedophile look doesn't he? Wonder if they give out little white van replicas at the stadium...

    Back on topic, no way. At least the team hasn't quit on Kubiak. The Vikings completely fell apart.
     
  8. wagonhed

    wagonhed Team Gruden

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    I"m down for this fo sho

    edit: that was supposed to be all capitals
     


  9. VTexan

    VTexan The Realist

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    this guy trolled some texans fans hard
     
  10. Corrosion

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    No freaking way ..... absolutely NOT.
     
  11. TEXANJAK

    TEXANJAK Texans #1

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    no way.not him
     
  12. TexanExile

    TexanExile A New Hope

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    Oh, sure. I can see Arian Foster really liking THAT personality in charge.

    No.
     
  13. Señor Stan

    Señor Stan El Guapo

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    Everyone needs to synchronize their sarcasm meters in ....3....2....1
     
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  15. El Tejano

    El Tejano Hall of Fame

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    For all you Kubiak haters, this is the risk you are going to take if you get rid of Kubiak. We have an owner that doesn't like to spend money on big names but instead gambles and throws big money at people that aren't worth it. This has been evident through our drafts, FA signings, and even coordinator signings.

    Something tells me that if we let Kubiak go, this will be the guy we go after. Especially since we've already interviewed him before. This will lead to more horrible seasons. I don't want this guy, which means we bring him in and hire him right away.
     
  16. FirstTexansFan

    FirstTexansFan The Unknown Fan

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    Brad? Nope! Ray? I think he'd make a good defensive line coach :)
     
  17. GuerillaBlack

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    LOL, I love this. I like the chances of getting a new coach like Cowher, or even Rob Ryan instead of sticking with Kubiak.
     
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    drewmar74 disgruntled

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  19. mattieuk

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    With some of the rubbish posted on this board recently, it is getting hard to tell!

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  20. El Tejano

    El Tejano Hall of Fame

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    Me too. Count me in with the people who want Kubiak gone but I also have to remind myself of what this front office has done before and that's whatever is more affordable. They've never done anything that was headline attention grabbing or anything that would make the NFL feel our team was a nice marketable team. Instead they've gone with status quo coaching, and status quo players. Have they done anything to make you think that all of a sudden they are going to do anything different than that?

    Cowher, Gruden, Fisher, are all coaches who have taken their teams to the promise land. Childress is a guy who has choked.

    Cowher, Gruden, Fisher, are all coaches that many teams will be clamoring for come February. Childress will still be looking for a HC job or will have to settle for a coordinator job.

    What does this mean? Childress will be the more affordable coach in an offseason that still has no guarantee of a next season. That right there spells us going after him vs. any of the top 3 I mentioned earlier. If that's the way our FO is going to handle our "vacant" coaching position, and they haven't done anything to make me think otherwise, then I'd rather stay with Kubiak and let him get a DC. Meanwhile we can see the Panthers take on Cowher and go to the Super Bowl in two years.
     

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