Texans Announce Coaching staff

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  1. michaelm

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    Announcement of the full coaching staff from HT.com with some bio information at the link.


     
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  2. IDEXAN

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    So then if this staff is complete, sounds like O'Brien will end up as both HC and OC.
     
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    Anthony Midget?

    :spit:
     
  4. Vance87

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    Would be awesome if he were the O-line coach. :kingkong:
     
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    You are so insensitive.

    It's Anthony Little-Person.
     
  6. Thorn

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    OK. So we've gone from Denver South to New England South. Theoretically it's a step in a better direction.
     
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    WTH is a "Director of Football Research"??
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  8. Playoffs

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    Head coach & acting Offensive coordinator: Bill O'Brien

    Defensive coordinator: Romeo Crennel

    Director of Football Research: Jim Bernhardt​

    Secondary: John Butler

    Assistant secondary: Anthony Midget​

    Linebackers: Mike Vrabel

    Defensive line: Bill Kollar

    Defensive quality control: Will Lawing​

    Quarterbacks: George Godsey

    Wide receivers: Stan Hixon

    Offensive line: Paul Dunn

    Running backs: Charles London

    Tight ends: John Perry

    Offensive quality control: Tim Kelly​

    Head strength and conditioning: Craig Fitzgerald

    Assistant S&C: Sean Hayes

    Assistant S&C: Anthony Pleasant​

    Special teams coordinator: Bob Ligashesky

    Assistant special teams: Doug Colman​
     
  9. Playoffs

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    Bernhardt is OB's "No" man.

    He's a QC guy who tells OB when he's wrong, basically.

    So, in a sense, he's QC for the HC. Odd, but I like the concept.
     
  10. speedfreek

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    Great, another HC who wants to call plays...
    Deja Vu Vu ..
     
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    And quality control?

    I've seen that from several teams this offseason but never heard of it prior.
     
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    We need more quality in our turnovers. :)
     
  13. Playoffs

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    QC tends to be guys working their way up. Like an intern or entry level position. Do a lot of grunt work, charting, statistics/tendencies, and help run scout team.
     
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    Sweet
     
  15. Showtime100

    Showtime100 Got AJ?

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    No OC, but we are researching the pigskin to a high degree of quality.

    Geezus. I'm getting to old for this ####
     
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    Honestly, looking at this list...it's just words on a screen to me right now.

    Not to say that I'm not excited about the 2014 season...in 7 freakin' months...grrrrr....
     
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    Ah, thanks man.
     
  18. Showtime100

    Showtime100 Got AJ?

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    What's funny to me, DB, is after last year I could live with 7 months of relative quiet for my central nervous system....lol. :eek:
     
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    lol! Yeah, me, too, man. I just have to get into that off-season groove thing.

    I guess my thirst for football was not quenched with the unbelievable crappy 2013 season. It hit me the other night, in a really weird way that took me a few moments to digest..."the Seahawks are world champions. The...Seahawks..." It's the same way I felt after the Buccaneers won the Super Bowl. These were always dog teams, but now, they have trophies. Takes a little while to let it sink in, y'know?

    Anyway, off topic and all that...quick, somebody get me some koolaide and say some great things about our new coaching staff! :texflag:
     
  20. Showtime100

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    A lot of folks, especially in Houston and Oilers/Texans fans elsewhere with symbolically ring-free fingers, thought of that very thing.

    "Seattle? Hell, that makes both them AND Tampa Bay."

    I about lost it when Carolina and Jacksonville damned near had a SB party of their own against each other the second year they played. Because of that the Texans had a tougher row to hoe (<---wait, reverse that).

    Alright, I'm done too. Sorry for the hijack, folks. Carry on.





















    ...but DAMN IT. HOUSTON IS DUE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :overreact:
     

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