What do you expect from our coach and team in the second half?

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  1. mussop

    mussop Hall of Fame

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    We know they will be Brady, Welker is out. Can Kubiak actually make adjustments that will allow us to pull away in the second half or will we get outcoached and outplayed? This should be interesting.
     
  2. Hookem Horns

    Hookem Horns That Server Guy Staff Member

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    I expected pretty much what we are getting.
     
  3. mussop

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    I have to say, so far this isnt on Kubiak.
     
  4. alphajoker

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    I agree.
     
  5. Goatcheese

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    I think he called that pick 6 on purpose, and told brown to miss.
     
  6. Runner

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    Do you think there was any evidence that Smithiak should have replaced Kris Brown before this game, or is trotting out a kicker in a horrible slump in the "biggest game in franchise history" an example of putting the team in a position to win?
     
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    Yes, I must whole-heartedly agreed. You would at least think that Kubiak want to disguise it a bit better.
     
  8. Honoring Earl 34

    Honoring Earl 34 Teflon Rick must go

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    If Kris Brown would just fumble , his ass would be on the bench . :turtle:
     
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    If the Texans make the playoffs, will Brown be the kicker?
     
  10. mussop

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    I have been on of the most vocal Soapers on this board. All I have to say is ,,,,,,,NICE JOB GARY!!!!

    Now find us a new kicker before next week or I will be on back on the soap bandwagon faster than K Brown can miss an extra point.
     


  11. DexmanC

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    Excellent job, Texans. You finally took the proverbial "next step" with the
    entire fanbase breathing down your neck. Seems like you took a cue from
    Jacoby Jones and kept fighting, in spite of giving your opponent a touchdown.

    Nice job. The excuses die here.
     
  12. Goatcheese

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    Obviously. Kubes loyalty to his veterans beyond all reason is one of the big reasons I'm 60-40 on him.
     
  13. edo783

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    Yup, that and he is slow to play the young guys. For an offensive minded coach, you would think he would be that conservative, but he is.
     

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