time to dream a little.

Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by mussop, Nov 21, 2010.

  1. mussop

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    The Big Tuna for GM and president
    the Chin for HC
    Marvin Lewis or Wade Phillips for DC

    Now who do we get for OC?
     
  2. Norg

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    we win the next 6 and go on to win the super bowl
     
  3. GuerillaBlack

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    Ken Whisenhunt? Kubiak? Though, it would be weird to have Kubiak as the OC, after just being the HC of the team for five seasons. With Cowher as the HC, I think a lot of OC's wouldn't mind working under him.
     
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    I have been missing you mussop. Haven't seen you around much lately.
     
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    Cowher
    Brian Schottenheimer
    Lebeau
     
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  7. mattieuk

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    If this thread is about dreaming, I'm with you Norg.

    Kubiak throws two Dennys menus to the wind, plays AJ two ways, who sucks it up, and adds cover corner to his resume of why he's a beast, QBs call Mario out every week in the build up to the game, and he breaks the single season sack record, and Steve Slaton remembers how to play football under the mentorship of Ward, who recreates the Giant's running game in Houston, as the Texans become underdog story of the year.

    *Wakes up*. Damn.
     

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