Will you support Texans if they keep Capers, Casserly, Carr?

Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by Nighthawk, Dec 29, 2005.

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I'll be satisfied with the Texans (pick answer that is most complete)

  1. if they replace Capers, Casserly, and Carr.

    1.0%
  2. if they replace Capers and Casserly.

    48.0%
  3. if they replace Capers.

    13.0%
  4. if they replace Casserly.

    8.0%
  5. if they replace Carr.

    1.0%
  6. if they replace at least some coordinators and position coaches.

    6.0%
  7. no matter what they do (the blind faith approach).

    23.0%
  1. Nighthawk

    Nighthawk All Pro

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    I'd like to find out under what conditions board members will happily continue to support the Texans next year. Most of us will at least follow the team and keep our fingers crossed no matter what McNair does, but this is a question of what action within management's grasp would satisfy you that McNair is moving hard enough and fast enough toward righting this badly listing ship.

    So: under which conditions will you happily continue to support the Texans, which means buying tickets and other Texans products, attending games, watching on TV, rooting for them, etc.

    [My first poll--hope it works.]
     
  2. thetexanator

    thetexanator All Pro

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    i think that if your posting on this board, youll still follow. only difference would be youd be %$@% about stuff a lot more.
     
  3. HJam72

    HJam72 Hall of Fame

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    You gave a lot of options and I still can't answer. I might be OK with Capers AND Casserly staying, but it would take sure-fire, no doubt coordinators and Capers keeping his mind on the D and his stupidity off of the O. It would also take McNair being less trusting of both of them in the future, which I do believe is going to be the case. I'd much rather we at least get rid of Capers.

    I will definitely not give up on this team for keeping Casserly FOR NOW.
     
  4. WWJD

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    Yes. I'd still be a fan.
     
  5. Buffi2

    Buffi2 Site Contributor

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    I will continue to support the Texans no matter what - but I won't be happy about it. In fact, I would probably take it as a personal affront should coaches and gm keep their jobs. I will happily eat those words if, next year, those kept in the Texan organization prove me wrong and have a half-way decent season.
     
  6. Texas_Thrill

    Texas_Thrill Hall of Fame

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    I voters for at capers and cass to be gone. Now I'll give Cass one more year but I didn't want capers here in the first place and he's done nothing to change my dislike of him other than beating the cowboys (which i still love.)

    That being said he's GOT to go. I can stomach cass and carr one more year but after next year their on the block as well.
     
  7. ArlingtonTexan

    ArlingtonTexan Moderator Staff Member

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    Yes, but I would be a bitter and pessimistic little fellow.
     
  8. z0rpAn

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    Capers is a must go or I wont be on these boards next season.
    We definantly need a proven OL/DL coach.
     


  9. monty0252006

    monty0252006 Rookie

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    for a scouting staff as tiring as casserly and assoc., i am pretty sure that we can only do better, can somebody please explain to me what that position requires, apparently with the scouting of buchannon, just for name sake, we could have found the bone-head of the season scouting coach award winning with casserly, and coach capers, might need to take some of his own meds, like a few vitamin D-motions. put me in coach:redtowel:
     
  10. Wharton

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    Ditto - Also, if I pay my money, I get to grip about a loosing team!
     
  11. RTP2110

    RTP2110 Thank You Andre

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    No matter what I will always be a Texans fan. I've signed up for the waiting list for season tickets next year. However, I won't make that purchase if Capers is retained as head coach. I just won't pay all that money to watch a Capers coached team. If he does stay, I will still support them 100%. I'll just watch all the games on TV.
     
  12. Doug

    Doug All Pro

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    I'll support this team no matter what...I'l just be in a bad mood all the time. :brickwall
     
  13. OzzO

    OzzO .. and then?

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    Ah - you rigged the poll a little... the title notes "will you support..." then the actual poll notes, "I'll be satisfied with...." Personally, that would've gave me two different answers... :cool:

    First, I'll support regardless - as you noted, the blind homer aspect. As for what I'd be satisfied with, it'd be Cass and Capers out... but then I went with what would be the minimal selection for me to be satisfied, and went with Capers.

    Casserly and his extensive scouting group given one more offseason to show they're better than a "4 game film review" and then Carr to show in his 2 or 3 year extension that he's better with correct play calling and improved coaching and pass blocking.... if that happens. If not, bringing in his backup to challenge for the starter's role.
     
  14. monty0252006

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    I have been a Texans fan, the only fan at NAS OCEANA last year, and will continue to be one. I love this city, the fan base, the attitude, atmosphere, and oh yea the team. New Year's Resolution, WE NEED A MORE DEPENDABLE COACHING STAFF to represent the true Heart of the TEXANS:challenge
     
  15. Tulip

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    I said replacing Capers, BUT

    even if we kept him, I can't imagine us giving up our season tickets. I think the only way we'd easily give up our tickets is if we moved to another state (which is possible this summer).
     
  16. HomeBred_Texan

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    Same here. But it probably won't keep me in the stands till the end of the game if nothing is done. Certainly waiting to see what happens this year after the game against SF then the draft...
     
  17. rmartin65

    rmartin65 I'm Score

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    I'd stay as a fan no matter what.
     
  18. Texas_Thrill

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    Oh yea and we all know the YOU KNOW ITS BAD thread won't be put to bed if capers isn't AT LEAST gone.
     
  19. Coach C.

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    Now I dont think Casserly is going anywhere, but Capers is on his way out. I would like to see more of a shake up, but the coach gets canned first then the GM that is how it works in the NFL. So if we suck next year which I doubt Casserly is likely gone. We will see though.
     
  20. TexanAlmighty

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    I will support my Texans no matter who is still here. But I think we are in store for at least a coaching change and hope Casserly is part of the house cleaning too.
     

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