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badboy

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Personally I believe this is the coaching staff that will be the turning point of the Texans return to respectability.
respectability as to people yeah probably but respectability as NFL caliber starting players? That's where my hope comes in. the possible exception Of pep Hamilton and the offensive line coach do not Offer me anything recently to say they are coaches of the future.
 

badboy

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That's a good BINGO! I knew he was a bully with a temper after he went ballistic on Brady on the sideline. I didn't think it was a coincidence when Kraft and Belichick shipped him off to Penn St a few weeks later. I saw OB as just another in a long list of Belichick clerks. Penn St fans were glad to see him go and he couldn't leave town fast enough, I knew Texans fans would see the same. Bill O'Brien does not get along with others. You gotta believe what your eyes and ears are telling you.

The Kool Aid Brigade was loving them some Billy O'Brien. They couldn't get enough.
For me O'Brien was like oh please let me be wrong as I was after this last draft.
 

badboy

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I know I was excited about a "game plan" offense. I'd love for the Texans to be the kind of team that could identify & exploit match ups in our favor.

But I can't remember them even target a back DB, LB, Safety etc... taking snaps due to injury.

Some don't believe me, but I think I was pretty open minded when BO'b got here. But like you said, negative traits started showing up right off the bat.

& none of the things he promised materialized.
I am OK with swing and miss of hiring Obrien. I'm not okay with How much damage he was allowed to do and how long before he was removed. That is on the mcnair's in my opinion.
 
Well, right now I think he's referring to presence and words since we have no results yet.

I ain't impressed either. Speeches mean little but that's all we have so far.
That is my point. It is not like we have had a deep inside look at how DC or his coaching staff coaches at this time. All that said, I find DC's enthusiam with the little we have witnessed to be a good thing. At least up to a point.

I just don't think we have been privy to much and it is hard to pass judgement in that regard.

DC does seem almost too nice. I wonder if the players will respect him when he feels he needs to take them to task. However, I feel that basing an opinion on so very little seems pointless.

I feel NC put more thought into his hiring of DC than many of you are willing to give him credit for.

My prediction for the team is not so much in regards to wins and losses as it is to effort. My prediction is that our guys will play hard and they will not be blamed for a lack of effort.

Without the proper talent the coaches can only do so much. So in that regard we should watch for effort and if we get that than we can be happy.

With everybody expecting so little I will take whatever good that can be found and chalk it up to seeing hope on the horizon.

I will be happy if our team wins at least six games and loses a lot of close hard fought games. If we win more than that I will consider it icing on the cake.
 

powda

Guard your tongue before it digs your grave.
DC does seem almost too nice. I wonder if the players will respect him when he feels he needs to take them to task. However, I feel that basing an opinion on so very little seems pointless.
We have no game results. All we have is speculation. This time of the year is based on opinion and I for one enjoy it. Without our guesswork the site would be dormant.

I don't see any harm in it.
 

Texansballer74

Hall of Fame
We have no game results. All we have is speculation. This time of the year is based on opinion and I for one enjoy it. Without our guesswork the site would be dormant.

I don't see any harm in it.

Can we not wait until we get some game results. The same way we did with Kubiak and O’Brien. If we would’ve hired old buddy from KC, would these same folks be predicting a winless season? Or be so down on these Texans?
 

Texian

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I am OK with swing and miss of hiring Obrien. I'm not okay with How much damage he was allowed to do and how long before he was removed. That is on the mcnair's in my opinion.
Bob McNair screwed Gary Kubiak in the beginning and in the end. McNair was his own worst enemy. Bob forced Carr on Gary, year one. Bob insisted Kubiak play Case Keenum and when Gary pulled Keenum for Schaub because Case only knew 50% of playbook and thought Matt gave them a better chance to win, McNair fired Kubiak.

In 2014 there were 3 teams clamoring for the services of Andre Johnson, a 2nd rd draft pick was in the discussion. AJ was about Julio Jones age. McNair refused to trade AJ and the next year AJ walked away a free agent.

Then there was the time Bob McNair sent his plane to pick up Ed Reed and sign him to a contract and Bob never even discussed this with the DC. Let's not forget it was McNair that insisted on signing Osweiller.

The point of this post is it is always on the McNairs and it will always be on the McNairs. The only difference is Cal (Kyle) is 10 X worse than Bob in making football decisions. The McNairs are bad football and it's only getting worse.
 
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IDEXAN

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Bob McNair screwed Gary Kubiak in the beginning and in the end. McNair was his own worst enemy. Bob forced Carr on Gary, year one. Bob insisted Kubiak play Case Keenum and when Gary pulled Keenum for Schaub because Case only knew 50% of playbook and thought Matt gave them a better chance to win, McNair fired Kubiak.

In 2014 there were 3 teams clamoring for the services of Andre Johnson, a 2nd rd draft pick was in the discussion. AJ was about Julio Jones age. McNair refused to trade AJ and the next year AJ walked away a free agent.

Then there was the time Bob McNair sent his plane to pick up Ed Reed and sign him to a contract and Bob never even discussed this with the DC. Let's not forget it was McNair that insisted on signing Osweiller.

The point of this post is it is always on the McNairs and it will always be on the McNairs. The only difference is Cal (Kyle) is 10 X worse than Bob in making football decisions. The McNairs are bad football and it's only getting worse.
The local soccer team was just sold to a Jersey guy named Ted Segal, so when I saw that I thought damn wish that had of been the Texans
being in that deal. Of course there's already a long, long line in waiting to buy an NFL franchise.
 
Now all you folks have to do is just wait and start counting the losses.
I expect quite a few losses but unlike last season, I hope that whatever losses we have will not be due to a lack of interest and effort. If our guys play hard and still lose I can deal with that. What I can't deal with is seeing a team that seems to give up and stop putting forth much if any effort.
 
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Dejaview

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I don't mind opinions. I just think it is pointless to hate on a coach and team with so little to go on up to this point.
I agree. My gut feeling is NC looked at this team and saw disfunction throughout. Coaching, locker room, attitude , etc. I still think that DW and DHop had some type of negative influence on the whole mess. NC‘s first task before cleaning house was to hire experience in the coaching ranks with coaches that are well respected as teachers. It’s a blue collar group With the emphasis on coaching, not style. I also believe the references to DC-Gomer Pyle are childish. I’ve also watched the DC pressers. He’s talkative and positive but no way do I see a weakness in his personality. Like NC he came in and hit the ground running and he’s NOT intimidated. Some lead by pushing OB style. He leads by pulling. Players won’t want to disappoint him. He’s the polar opposite of OB for a reason.
 

Lucky

Not like this. Not like this.
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I don't mind opinions. I just think it is pointless to hate on a coach and team with so little to go on up to this point.
Ok, but does it make any more sense to praise a coaching staff and front office that has so little to go on up to this point?

Goes both ways. Let's just make comments as we see fit. Make counterpoints all you want. Just don't complain than someone is making an argument.
 

Texansballer74

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Ok, but does it make any more sense to praise a coaching staff and front office that has so little to go on up to this point?

Goes both ways. Let's just make comments as we see fit. Make counterpoints all you want. Just don't complain than someone is making an argument.
Nobody is praising this group like that.
 

Lucky

Not like this. Not like this.
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Nobody is praising this group like that.
I agree. My gut feeling is NC looked at this team and saw disfunction throughout. Coaching, locker room, attitude , etc. I still think that DW and DHop had some type of negative influence on the whole mess. NC‘s first task before cleaning house was to hire experience in the coaching ranks with coaches that are well respected as teachers. It’s a blue collar group With the emphasis on coaching, not style. I also believe the references to DC-Gomer Pyle are childish. I’ve also watched the DC pressers. He’s talkative and positive but no way do I see a weakness in his personality. Like NC he came in and hit the ground running and he’s NOT intimidated. Some lead by pushing OB style. He leads by pulling. Players won’t want to disappoint him. He’s the polar opposite of OB for a reason.
I literally only needed to go up 3 posts to find praise. And praise is fine. So is criticism. Stop the whining.
 
Ok, but does it make any more sense to praise a coaching staff and front office that has so little to go on up to this point?

Goes both ways. Let's just make comments as we see fit. Make counterpoints all you want. Just don't complain than someone is making an argument.
I agree we should not be praising the coach and his staff without much to go on but only when it comes to predicting wins and losses. I have not seen any comments predicting a Super Bowl title or anything close to it. The expectations for our team are not high no matter who coaches them, so what good does it do to beat a dead horse?

All I know is that last season our team seemed to quit and a coach with enthusiam and confidence, "despite low expectations," may not be a bad thing. I do worry that the nice guy thing could get old when the team suffers some tough losses. Still, I will not degrade a coach for being excited and confident despite a lack of expectations. I do hope that DC can hold players feet to the fire when it is needed. We shall see.

DC does not know how to be negative and he does not see the light up ahead as a train coming down the track where we are deep in a tunnel and we are headed right for it. He sees the light up ahead as us coming out on the other side of a dark and dreary storm. I will take that outlook over that of an arrogant know it all. Yes, BO'b only coached four games into last season but his stank carried over to the whole team, "coaches and all," and there was no way out of it. Also lets not forget about BO'bs time as GM which left it's negative mark. NC can not be anywhere near as stupid, arrogant and bad as BO'b was. I see his first season as GM as defining a new attitude for the team. Next season will be the time to seriously judge DC, NC and the other coaches imo.

Also Covid can not be used as an excuse this season. DC however does have the excuse that the team is not talented enough to win many games. Will NC shoulder the blame when things go south as they most likely will? Should he? I don't see anybody taking on any kind of blame this season. Expectations are not high so outside of losing every game I think the best way to judge this team is on effort and looking for positive signs that we can take going into next season.

Losing sucks but why take shots at anybody when we are not expected to do much this season anyway? I would rather look for signs that we are headed in the right direction as opposed to wallowing in a pit of despair.
 
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Lucky

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I agree we should not be praising the coach and his staff without much to go on
That's not what I'm saying. Not even close. What I'm saying is post what you believe. As others will. And when their opinion differs with yours, challenge it on its merits.

But...stop whining about the negative predictions. That's how some people see the season unfold. Some even believe the moves the Texans have made are to ensure a bad season. You don't agree, say why. But the "wait until games are played" and the "no one knows, so don't be negative" takes are weak. And not conducive to discussion.
 
You don't agree, say why.
It works both ways. I have seen plenty of people seemingly be negative with no real substance. That is just as weak as anything you accuse me of. I suppose I will have to point it out every time somebody does it. I hate doing that though. I suppose if you condemn both sides of the argument for doing what you say I did, it will get the forum back to what you think it should be.

As I said, at this point there are few if any merits to base converation on. Perhaps when training camp starts we will have more substance to our post. At this point ouside of one brief look at DC being head coach and some brief interviews what is there to discuss? Nobody really knows Jack Sh**! Saying negative stuff about DC with no real substance is no better or worse than being positive in the same way.

I prefer giving DC the benefit of the doubt. If you do not that is fine. Give me some substance and tell why I am wrong.
 
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Dejaview

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That's a cop out. You can look at Caserio's past job. Culley's past jobs. The assistants. The players brought in. The cap maneuvers made. The draft trades. The draft picks actually made. Who is no longer on the team. There's a lot here.
I see tons of good in all that.
 
That's a cop out. You can look at Caserio's past job. Culley's past jobs. The assistants. The players brought in. The cap maneuvers made. The draft trades. The draft picks actually made. Who is no longer on the team. There's a lot here.
There are post which I responded to that simply called out DC for his demeanor and critisized him for petty crap. I could go through the entire forum to point the BS out but I don't feel like it.

I get that DC spent his whole career as a position coach, he is the oldest first time head coach and he did not do well last season with the Ravens as the WR coach and many other arguments. Those arguments have been repeated ad nauseam.

Still DC was thought highly enough to be the assistant head coach under a succesful head coach. He has done good enough to have worked many years in the NFL and he did it under some very good head coaches and coaching staffs. I could go on and on but the arguments for him have been repeated ad nauseam just the same.

My comments go to those people who seem to read too much into what little we have had to go on since DC has been the Texans head coach. If I'm not responding to that with your idea of critical thinking I am sorry but I answered in a way that made sense at the time to what was presented.

If we must rehash old stuff to prove that there has been some substance to some of the post and others not so much, I can spend time that I really don't want to that shows comments on here work both ways.

Otherwise we are aguing semantics and that serves no purpose.
 
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Texansballer74

Hall of Fame
It works both ways. I have seen plenty of people seemingly be neagtive with no real substance. That is just as weak as anything you accuse me of. I suppose I will have to point it out every time somebody does it. I hate doing that though. I suppose if you condemn both sides of the argument for doing what you say I did, it will get the forum back to what you think it should be.

As I said, at this point there are few if any merits to base converation on. Perhaps when training camp starts we will have more substance to our post. At this point ouside of one brief look at DC being head coach and some brief interviews what is there to discuss? Nobody really knows Jack Sh**! Saying negative stuff about DC with no real substance is no better or worse than being positive in the same way.

I prefer giving DC the benefit of the doubt. If you do not that is fine. Give me some substance and tell why I am wrong.
Lol man exactly. I have not seen him challenge those that believe we will go winless to maybe 2 wins. He’s most definitely not accusing them of freaking whining. And if you feel that way why are you whining about those positive posters whining.
 

Texansballer74

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There are post which I responded to that simply called out DC for his demeanor and critisized him for petty crap. I could go through the entire forum to point the BS out but I don't feel like it.

I get that DC spent his whole career as a position coach, he is the oldest first time head coach and he did not do well last season with the Ravens as the WR coach and many other arguements. Those arguments have been repeated ad nauseam.

Still DC was thought highly enough to be the assistant head coach under a succesful head coach. He has done good enough to have worked many years in the NFL and he did it under some very good head coaches and coaching staffs. I could go on and on but the arguments for him have been repeated ad nauseam just the same.

My comments go to those people who seem to read too much into what little we have had to go on since DC has been the Texans head coach. If I'm not responding to that with your idea of critical thinking I am sorry but I answered in a way that made sense at the time to what was presented.

If we must rehash old stuff to prove that there has been some substance to some of the post and others not so much, I can spend time that I really don't want to that shows comments on here work both ways.

Otherwise we are aguing semantics and that serves no purpose.
Both NC and DC come from winning organization. Doesn’t mean it will carry over here. But their resume looks pretty darn good IMO. Add in the OC coach and DC coach. Even though his defenses took a hit probably his last 3 or so years in the NFL. But he has had some success in that department.


Gotta give them time to see how they work with what they have here.
 
Both NC and DC come from winning organization. Doesn’t mean it will carry over here. But their resume looks pretty darn good IMO. Add in the OC coach and DC coach. Even though his defenses took a hit probably his last 3 or so years in the NFL. But he has had some success in that department.


Gotta give them time to see how they work with what they have here.
Based on Lucky's opinion you did not go into enough detail.
 

beerlover

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C


Dead on my thoughts as well. Talks a lot, without specifics or football references. Know less after his press conferences rather than more. Don’t see any cohesive coaching strategy from his tree, just a lot of spit and general statements. If your just a Texan fan, four go arounds you might not know any better.
:texans:
Just want to add specific example of what I’m talking about. “Our attendance (at OTAs) has been great for us here,” Culley said after the Texans’ 10th and final voluntary practice of the offseason. “We’ve got accomplished what we wanted to get accomplished.” So exactly what was that?
 

76Texan

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I agree insomuch as he hasn’t done anything to instill confidence. Can’t imagine any coach coming here & doing much to instill confidence. Not at this stage.

I remember Bill Parcels taking over the Cowboys.If Cowboy fans weren’t so delusional there wouldn’t have been much new confidence then either.

Like Belichick, he didn’t go into details that you want to hear.

You were confident because you knew what they did before. Culley on the other hand has been buried in the NFL for 40 years.

Bill O’Brien talked a good game, remember that? When the season started we didn’t see none of that.

I’m not saying, “Give the guy a chance.” I’m saying what do you expect? No 1st/2nd round picks. Not signing big ticket FAs, dumping bad contracts & redundant players.

“We’re going to compete.” That’s about all he can say.
I would agree with no Watson.

But the picks were Tunsil, right?
 
Just want to add specific example of what I’m talking about. “Our attendance (at OTAs) has been great for us here,” Culley said after the Texans’ 10th and final voluntary practice of the offseason. “We’ve got accomplished what we wanted to get accomplished.” So exactly what was that?
Why don't you DC detractors look up the comments of other head coaches in regards to OTA's and other stufff? I bet you don't get much substance from their pressers as well. What monumental or important things do you think he should be telling us at this point in the season? I don't recall much excitement or much in the way of details at this point in any season. If I am wrong I will gladly own up to it but to me it is picking nits due to nothing else exciting going and is no real indictment against DC or any head coach for giving similar speeches.
 

beerlover

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Why don't you DC detractors look up the comments of other head coaches in regards to OTA's and other stufff? I bet you don't get much substance from their pressers as well. What monumental or important things do you think he should be telling us at this point in the season? I don't recall much excitement or much in the way of details at this point in any season. If I am wrong I will gladly own up to it but to me it is picking nits due to nothing else exciting going and is no real indictment against DC or any head coach for giving similar speeches.
Here you go knock yourself out, plenty of X’s & O’s to chew on. Challenging every player and putting them in position to succeed, with a playbook to chew on for the next five weeks so when training camp starts, everybody will be on the same page.
 
Here you go knock yourself out, plenty of X’s & O’s to chew on. Challenging every player and putting them in position to succeed, with a playbook to chew on for the next five weeks so when training camp starts, everybody will be on the same page.
I'll admit you found one. Most of the pressers you see won't amount to much at this time of season.

According to some on here Culley was hired to hold the fort for the real head coach and to show they are hiring a minority. I can't figure out why people who feel that way are upset with what they have seen up to this point. Many of you feel he was hired just to be a short term fill in for a team that has no talent? This is just a throw away season and your expectations are low, so why get so upset and act like you all were big supporters of DC's hiring and he is not fulfilling your expectations so far?

As if there is much any coach can do up to this point in the season that we can judge them on.
 
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thunderkyss

Just win baby!!!
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Here you go knock yourself out, plenty of X’s & O’s to chew on. Challenging every player and putting them in position to succeed, with a playbook to chew on for the next five weeks so when training camp starts, everybody will be on the same page.
SMH... he did a better job of dressing up his nothing. Of course he has better props to work with, Justin Herbert, Joey Bosa... but to me that’s the same coach speak Culley is spitting.
 

Dejaview

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I'll admit you found one.

According to some on here Culley was hired to hold the fort for the real head coach and to show they are hiring a minority. I can't figure out why people who feel that way are upset with what they have seen up to this point. Many of you on here believe he is not qualified and is a place holder so the compaining in that regards makes no sense.
anyone thinking DC is a plug are full of ****. He was hired to be our coach as long as his skills can take him and I believe NC wants to see that lasts. What good does the alternate serve? I believe DC will chip away a lot of this NFL ****.
 

beerlover

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Culley was the Ravens WR coach right? How did that work out for them… worst in the league 2020 under 3,000 yards total (2,919) and he gets Head Coaching gig?

maybe it’s less about that and more about this -
“One added wrinkle to Culley's promotion is that the Ravens are set to be rewarded with multiple third-round picks in upcoming drafts as a result of the NFL's diversity hiring initiatives. Culley is the second minority candidate to be hired this cycle and is the first African-American. The picks will be compensatory picks in each of the next two drafts, a boost to the team's draft capital.

Culley is very well-respected among his peers and the players he works with and the Texans are certainly hoping his people skills will help bridge the gap between the organization and its star quarterback, Deshaun Watson.”
Again, how did that work out for him?
 

beerlover

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Lol he didn’t have the talent in Baltimore. The TE was the Ravens best receiver. One read Jackson only looked for him. Lol but that’s on Culley. Not the offensive coordinator nor Jackson.
I do notice a trend. Two years WR coach with Ravens 19-20 they got worse, however the following years post Culley each franchise improved in his area after he left. Bills QB coach 17-18. Chiefs WR coach 13-16 and Eagles WR coach 99-2012. Fascinating. Absolutely nothing from a coaching standpoint to justify a Head Coaching position. Not even a coordinator offensive, defensive or special teams.
 

Texansballer74

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I do notice a trend. Two years WR coach with Ravens 19-20 they got worse, however the following years post Culley each franchise improved in his area after he left. Bills QB coach 17-18. Chiefs WR coach 13-16 and Eagles WR coach 99-2012. Fascinating. Absolutely nothing from a coaching standpoint to justify a Head Coaching position. Not even a coordinator offensive, defensive or special teams.

Bill O’Brien didn’t have anything that would suggest he was a NFL head coach. Nothing to brag about but he won how many division titles here?
 

OptimisticTexan

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I agree we should not be praising the coach and his staff without much to go on but only when it comes to predicting wins and losses. I have not seen any comments predicting a Super Bowl title or anything close to it. The expectations for our team are not high no matter who coaches them, so what good does it do to beat a dead horse?

All I know is that last season our team seemed to quit and a coach with enthusiam and confidence, "despite low expectations," may not be a bad thing. I do worry that the nice guy thing could get old when the team suffers some tough losses. Still, I will not degrade a coach for being excited and confident despite a lack of expectations. I do hope that DC can hold players feet to the fire when it is needed. We shall see.

DC does not know how to be negative and he does not see the light up ahead as a train coming down the track where we are deep in a tunnel and we are headed right for it. He sees the light up ahead as us coming out on the other side of a dark and dreary storm. I will take that outlook over that of an arrogant know it all. Yes, BO'b only coached four games into last season but his stank carried over to the whole team, "coaches and all," and there was no way out of it. Also lets not forget about BO'bs time as GM which left it's negative mark. NC can not be anywhere near as stupid, arrogant and bad as BO'b was. I see his first season as GM as defining a new attitude for the team. Next season will be the time to seriously judge DC, NC and the other coaches imo.

Also Covid can not be used as an excuse this season. DC however does have the excuse that the team is not talented enough to win many games. Will NC shoulder the blame when things go south as they most likely will? Should he? I don't see anybody taking on any kind of blame this season. Expectations are not high so outside of losing every game I think the best way to judge this team is on effort and looking for positive signs that we can take going into next season.

Losing sucks but why take shots at anybody when we are not expected to do much this season anyway? I would rather look for signs that we are headed in the right direction as opposed to wallowing in a pit of despair.
 

steelbtexan

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Bob McNair screwed Gary Kubiak in the beginning and in the end. McNair was his own worst enemy. Bob forced Carr on Gary, year one. Bob insisted Kubiak play Case Keenum and when Gary pulled Keenum for Schaub because Case only knew 50% of playbook and thought Matt gave them a better chance to win, McNair fired Kubiak.

In 2014 there were 3 teams clamoring for the services of Andre Johnson, a 2nd rd draft pick was in the discussion. AJ was about Julio Jones age. McNair refused to trade AJ and the next year AJ walked away a free agent.

Then there was the time Bob McNair sent his plane to pick up Ed Reed and sign him to a contract and Bob never even discussed this with the DC. Let's not forget it was McNair that insisted on signing Osweiller.

The point of this post is it is always on the McNairs and it will always be on the McNairs. The only difference is Cal (Kyle) is 10 X worse than Bob in making football decisions. The McNairs are bad football and it's only getting worse.
Hopefully Kyle stays in his office playing X-Box and lets Caserio do his job. Since Caserio has been hired what makes you think Kyle hasn't given Caserio full reign?
 

Texian

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Hopefully Kyle stays in his office playing X-Box and lets Caserio do his job. Since Caserio has been hired what makes you think Kyle hasn't given Caserio full reign?
Because Janice is still the owner who has become more involved than ever since Bob died and because that is not the way Kyle's dad did it. Kyle does what daddy did, only worse. Kyle doesn't sneeze before first checking in with Momma. Kyle has a propensity to screw things up 10X worse than Bob ever did. Wasn't it you who said the only reason Caserio hired Culley is because the McNairs wanted a minority coach. This doesn't sound like full reign to me, that sounds like following orders, Yes Sir, Yes Ma'am. Wasn't you who said Janice wanted De'Andre Hopkins out of here rickytic? Why do you think things would change? Naivete? Caserio is nothing more than another famous McNair FUBAR (there is a pattern of history here). And David Culley is product of that Caserio FUBAR (and we're just getting started):

David Culley
 
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steelbtexan

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Because Janice is still the owner who has become more involved than ever since Bob died and because that is not the way Kyle's dad did it. Kyle does what daddy did, only worse. Kyle doesn't sneeze before first checking in with Momma. Kyle has a propensity to screw things up 10X worse than Bob ever did. Caserio is nothing more than another famous McNair FUBAR (there is a pattern of history here). And David Culley is product of that Caserio FUBAR (and we're just getting started):

David Culley
Hopefully you're wrong .

I'm atleast going to give Caserio a chance and what I mean by a chance is a couple of drafts where he's got all of his picks. Culley is the sacrificial lamb in all of this. Atleast he's getting well paid for it. Nobody was going to come in and fix everything that was wrong with the Texans in 1 off-season. Particularly with no high draft picks.
 

Texian

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Hopefully you're wrong .

I'm atleast going to give Caserio a chance and what I mean by a chance is a couple of drafts where he's got all of his picks. Culley is the sacrificial lamb in all of this. Atleast he's getting well paid for it. Nobody was going to come in and fix everything that was wrong with the Texans in 1 off-season. Particularly with no high draft picks.
I did give him a chance and I have listed for you 5 or 6 Caserio SNAFUS since he has arrived. Do we need to do this again? I do believe you found it convenient to just make excuses and sweep all the Caserio buffoonery under the rug while you are giving him a chance. At what point do you stop giving him a chance and start accepting this clown show for what it is?
 


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