Which was the worst?

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Which was worse?

  1. Rosencopter

    44 vote(s)
    65.7%
  2. Glover Ball

    23 vote(s)
    34.3%
  1. gwallaia

    gwallaia Moderator Staff Member

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    Which one makes you cringe the most?
     
  2. Kimmy

    Kimmy RealGirls LvFB!

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    Glover Ball --

    Rosencopter was bad, yes, but we were not in the playoff hunt and getting help as we had been this year
     
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  3. Wolf

    Wolf 100% Texan

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    Rosencopter- he knew better and he tried to do too much

    Glover- was just doing what he was taught to do
     
  4. kiwitexansfan

    kiwitexansfan Site Contributor

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    bingo
     
  5. TheMatrix31

    TheMatrix31 Hall of Fame

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    Rosencopter, easily.
     
  6. b0ng

    b0ng Ooops

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    Rosencopter because that was an entire meltdown not just one heroically awful play.
     
  7. CretorFrigg

    CretorFrigg Fire Rick Smith

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    I voted for Glover Ball because it was more recent.
     
  8. HTown2ATX

    HTown2ATX TexansMetalhead

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    I voted Rosencopter as some other choice moments were not on the list but obvioucly this one is up there...

    The half back pass by C. Brown last year and a bunch of others I can't think of right now.
     
  9. eriadoc

    eriadoc Texan-American

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    Rosencopter was the signature play of a single player meltdown. Glover Quin's play was not one player losing a ballgame for his team; it was just one fluke play that defined the game. Rosencopter was a 3 turnover meltdown by one player in the closing moments of a game that they had in hand.
     
  10. Norg

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    SO many daggers this team has stuck in our heart to many to name


    How about the Late VY 30 yard run to win da game .............. and him celebrating with all his fans in our own HOUSE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     


  11. spurstexanstros

    spurstexanstros Texans Rising

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    Its kinda like asking which is better a kick to the groin or punch in the gut..either way leaves you speechless.
     
  12. Lucky

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    Rosencopter. That was the day I stopped believing in the Kubiak Texans.
     
  13. Dread-Head

    Dread-Head Hall of Fame

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    "Gloverball" resulted in a touchdown, media calling a Texan loss a "great come from behind, last second Jag win" and just plain humiliation. "Rosencopter" was just a loss.
     
  14. drewmar74

    drewmar74 disgruntled

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    It was a tough call but I picked "Rosencopter."

    Before Rosencopter, there was hope. I felt like - hey, maybe we actually are going to get over the hump. And look at this! We're actually going to finally beat the Mannings! Oh, wait..... nevermind.

    Rosencopter really made me wince. Rosencopter hurt because there was still hope for the future under Kubiak.

    [​IMG]

    Glover ball sucked. But it didn't really hurt because I wasn't expecting anything less than failure (sad to say).
     
  15. texanhead08

    texanhead08 Hall of Fame

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    Rosencopter resulted in a touchdown too. Its the worst moment by far.
     
  16. TexansSeminole

    TexansSeminole Hall of Fame

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    Yea, Rosencopter wins. The biggest face palm of my life was the result from that play.:kubepalm:
     
  17. eriadoc

    eriadoc Texan-American

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    That's the day I got out. Sold everything.
     
  18. mridge01

    mridge01 All Pro

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    Precisely.
     
  19. drs23

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    Wolf nailed it.
     
  20. Double Barrel

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    Glover Ball was, in the words of Texans Chick, vomity. It was like some kind of cosmic karma descended upon the football field to exact it's mystical power on our franchise. However, there was no hope dashed away in a mere instant, simply because hope had left town a long time ago. It was more of a resignation, a little whimper inside, a placid acceptance of the way things are and the way things are supposed to be. Wake up, put your pants on, go to work the next day.

    Rosencopter was epic FAIL. It symbolized so much about this franchise, the backup QB who would've/could've/should've, the little engine that could but didn't, the epitome of snatching defeat from the jaws of victory in the grandest fashion possible. I say it's worse because I was there, cheering my guts out to beat the arch-nemesis, believing that we were witnessing something great, something bigger than ourselves, something that would unify the city in joyous celebration. Obviously, we were witnessing something great...great for Colts fans, of course.
     
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