Texans are not ready for prime time.

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  1. Carr Bombed

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    This is the Packers game 2.0

    Mental error after mental error and self inflicted wounds. The opposition is beating them and they're also killing themselves. I'm becoming extremely worried about Kubiak's ability to prepare his team for big games against elite competition.
     
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    turned it off or else I'm going to new a new TV.
     
  3. BullBlitz

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    They just aren't ready for the better teams.
     
  4. eriadoc

    eriadoc Texan-American

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    Just now, huh?
     
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    Paper champs with glass jaw
     
  6. AMartin56

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    Bad things happen when you get out coached. They are killing us by exploiting match ups while we continue to run against eight in the box...
     
  7. Mr. Texan

    Mr. Texan I'm A Texan

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    at least they look good against the mark sanchez, jake lockers, ryan tanehill, and ryan fitzpatricks of the nfl
     
  8. ATXtexanfan

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    Don't match up with elite O, spread us out and tear us apart. Then our O can't keep up. Denver or NE in playoffs is a bad matchup
     


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    Tailgate Fall of Hame

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    We have to win out now. If we do, we will get a rematch at home. That game will be all that matters.
     
  10. Carr Bombed

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    This goes way beyond a "matchup problem". The Texans are crapping the bed and are doing a fantastic job killing themselves. This is a snowball game.
     
  11. AMartin56

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    We had a better team last year other than Schaub going down. I'm starting to wonder if it will take another year to replace our cap casualties from this past off season and get our young receivers going.
     
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    This is all on coaching. We can't put LBs on Aaron Hernandez. That's common sense... Man coverage does NOT work against elite QBs unless we can get pressure and sacks. So far no sacks. Too dependent on JJ Watt. Schaub needs to settle down and throw some to Daniels. Run game looked good first two runs but now we are getting nothing. Pass and run protection is not showing up. Defense has stepped a little in getting those punts but the offense needs to take advantage. Fresh half, if the Pats can score 21 in a half we can score just as much.
     
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    Not being funny, but do you really think we'll beat the Colts? Either home or away?
     
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    I'll keep my money off the table
     
  15. DaTruthExplodes

    DaTruthExplodes Anti-Homer

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    2nd and long run the ball.
    2nd and long run the ball.
    2nd and long run the ball.
    2nd and long run the ball.
    2nd and long run the ball.
    2nd and long run the ball.
    2nd and long run the ball.
    2nd and long run the ball.


    nothing has changed with kubiak and schaub.

    NOTHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    kubiak and schaub will never be ready for prime time because they are not prime time players at their position.
     
  16. eriadoc

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    I'm shocked.
     
  17. gafftop

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    Matt is Matt not in the elite class of QBs.
    Doesn't seem to perform in big games. Not a good sign for the playoffs.
    Doesn't see field like Brady. Seems to get in his mind he is going to throw to a certain receiver and then stares him down.
    No 2nd receiver doesn't help.

    Belichick better coach than Kubiak but Brady sure helps.

    We need to hope someone else beats the Pats in the playoffs for us.
    Maybe this game will help us in the playoffs if we have the opportunity to meet again in the playoffs.

    Hope we get out of the game healthy.
     
  18. Hervoyel

    Hervoyel The Right Track

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    I think we would have probably finished with a better record had Schaub not been injured but I doubt we get any closer to the Super Bowl with him than we did with Yates. Schaub just plays like crap in high-pressure big stage games and the playoffs are all high-pressure big stage games.

    The postseason is where Schaub will fold like a cheap suit. I wonder how long it will take McNair to force Gary to go get a different QB? It only took him 4 years to realize that Gary was being overly loyal to his friend the DC.
     
  19. GP

    GP Go Texans!

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    That's what I think is in the back of the minds of the entire team.

    I think they had this idea that IF things went our way tonight, great. If not, let's not get devastated about it (Like I am right now). LOL.

    Look! Kubiak swallowed his pride.

    A RB who wants a new contract. What a sight!
     
  20. Hervoyel

    Hervoyel The Right Track

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    I think we would have probably finished with a better record had Schaub not been injured but I doubt we would have gotten any closer to the Super Bowl with him than we did with Yates. Schaub just plays like crap in high-pressure big stage games and the playoffs are all high-pressure big stage games.

    The postseason is where Schaub will fold like a cheap suit. I wonder how long it will take McNair to force Gary to go get a different QB? It only took him 4 years to realize that Gary was being overly loyal to his friend the DC.
     

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