Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by m5kwatts, Sep 13, 2009.
The whole performance was disgusting, which annoyed you most
The score. The offense. Play calling. there were a lot of things that pissed me off today. But, I have not yet begun to drink. It'll all be better soon.
The secondary that seemed to be looking for run calls on 3rd and long.
I'm having a hard time picking.....
I'll say slaton not running hard & looking like he's scared of contact...no
maybe the offense looking completely lost.....no
maybe the playcalling not adjusting.......yeah
still trying to run the ball at the end of the 3rd quarter down by 17? what the hell?
Seeing CBS show the Jets sideline the whole time and talking up the Jets. Hats off to them but it just sucks to get man handled on national TV in your own house
the o-line. 17 different kinds of awful on both fronts
I'm gonna say our running game... Kyle committed to a vanilla run-first offense in the first quarter and we got 2-3 yards a carry. If we had gotten more like 4-5 yards a run our passes would've been more effective and obviously the play-action. I put it more on the o-line than Slaton and Brown, although Slaton didn't exactly set the world on fire. The whole offense should be held accountable but the line looked slow, unathletic and untalented just like they did in the Raiders game.
The "softness" of our team. The weakness they show whenever they play any other "good" team in the NFL. The Jets defense just waded through our offensive linemen like they were a junior college team. Our defense has some players (Williams, Ryans, Robinson wasn't totally lousy, and Cushing looked ok today) but they just can't stop anybody. They can't get off the damned field. 3rd down conversions come over and over again against us.
Our guys look weak, can't block, and can't tackle. That's a bad recipe for a football team.
offensive line got man handled (without the best players for the jets playing)
no imagination on playcalling
You left off the word "again" at the end.
We always get manhandled on national TV unless we're playing somebody whose losing and playing out the string (Jaguars last year on MNF for instance).
Not running any kind of screens till the 2nd qtr and beyond
The Texans crushing my hopes for the !@*(&@$^th time? The lack of ANY progress after a DECADE of football?
I'm gonna add having to explain this abomination to the forty something people who will call me in the next 24 hours
the worst part for me was listening to Phil Simms talking up the Jets play calling as I watched an uncontested Cotchery get ANOTHER first down, Waaaaay after sitting on my couch(cuz I'm a football nobody) wondering if the texans can pull their head out of thier 5 hole and actually contest this guy at the line after seeing them get burnt too many times already.
If the Texans have enough testosterone to recover from this pathetic show, I'll be doubly peeaved. No way you lose this game. That was LAME
What was the worst part for me?
Having a feeling of dread beforehand that it was going to turn out exactly like it did. In that aspect, they never fail me.
Damn, that sucks!
I was just yelling, "Why the ******* can't you guys tackle?" "Why the ******* can't you guys block?"
So I guess the worst part . . . being manhandled in the trenches.
The worst part? This forum after a loss.
third down conversions had to be the worst part, especially in the beginning of the game where we would have seemingly stopped them and be ready to erupt and then give up a first down.
Steve Slaton's long run for a fumble absolutely was the worst, and was the point where I started to lose hope.
The fact that we made another rookie QB look like a Pro Bowler. What is with this crap!!!!
The worst part watching the game? Seeing Steve Slaton in there. I was wanting to see more of Chris Brown after Slaton's poor start. Brown had 3 carries for 15 yards, while Slaton had 9 carries for 17.
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