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Nick Caserio - New GM

thunderkyss

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That's $5 million apart per year............he was asking for $11 million per year. Last year, he was targeted 92 times and allowed 60 of those to be caught............
Playing for the Giants.

He signed a 3 year $43M deal, this was going to be his last year. $30M was already paid out, so... he would have brought in $13M or so this season.

I wonder what he'll end up signing for.
 

thunderkyss

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how do you get that out of what i said?
If Nick interviewed McCown 3 times for the HC job because Janice wanted him to or because Easterby wanted him to, Caserio ain’t the guy

If Caserio interviewed McCown 3 times because he wanted to, Caserio ain’t the guy.

Our only hope is Cal finally made a good decision & Lovie is the guy running football operations
 

Mr teX

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If Nick interviewed McCown 3 times for the HC job because Janice wanted him to or because Easterby wanted him to, Caserio ain’t the guy

If Caserio interviewed McCown 3 times because he wanted to, Caserio ain’t the guy.

Our only hope is Cal finally made a good decision & Lovie is the guy running football operations
lol, you cant be serious. sound like Janice went full

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& she cuts the checks. So If she wanted him to interview him 60 times, he would’ve had to do it or get clipped..if she were that type anyway.

Further, you dont know how Nick came down on all that. For all we know Nick might’ve been the reason it didnt go thru. Could’ve pulled Cal to the side and was like “Bro, i dont wanna hire this dude….get your moms to stand down….”
 

maverick512000

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If Nick interviewed McCown 3 times for the HC job because Janice wanted him to or because Easterby wanted him to, Caserio ain’t the guy

If Caserio interviewed McCown 3 times because he wanted to, Caserio ain’t the guy.

Our only hope is Cal finally made a good decision & Lovie is the guy running football operations
Please tell me what job it is that you can tell the owner of the company that you don’t care what they say, you are doing things your way and they can just accept it.

Also I really don’t get why people are making a big deal out of them interviewing McCown 3 times. No seriously interviewing someone costs you nothing but time and you never know what you may find in a candidate. I interviewed one guy for a job that he was in no way qualified for but after interviewing him I realized he was perfect for another, more important job.

If they had hired him I would agree there is a problem here but just interviewing to make a member of your staff, or more importantly the owner, happy is harmless. Hell for all we know they all said we know McCown isn’t the guy but damn if he doesn’t make for a great smokescreen and leaves the rest of the league wondering what we’re thinking.

Or as @Mr teX said it might have been a case of:

Caserio: “Cal you know this isn’t going to fly and this guy is in no way ready to be a HC. We can’t even sell him to people as a bridge coach.”

McNair: “I know Nick but mother is really hung up on the guy, it’s a bit disturbing to be honest, and insists we hire him. Just keep stalling and let me ease her into the idea of not hiring him.”

Caserio: “Ok but you know we look like idiots for interviewing him. I don’t care but the media is crucifying us.”

McNair: “Yeah I know, if only there was a massive, national scandal about the hiring practices of the NFL that would give us an easy out for not hiring him. Ask Jack to pray about that.”

Edited to add a lot more on this.
 
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TexansBull

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Please tell me what job it is that you can tell the owner of the company that you don’t care what they say, you are doing things your way and they can just accept it
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Yes please tell me as well, I get tired of bosses telling me what to do....
Wait- we don’t have to listen to our bosses.

I am questioning all my life’s decisions.

Am I breathing wrong?
 

wildroot

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Bottom line is that unless you were a fly on the wall in all of these offices when these decisions were made then none of you, NONE OF YOU know who said what to who and who made this or that decision and what was agreed upon behind closed doors or how the hierachy and responsibilities are set up and it's all speculation on ya'lls parts. No one knows but those in the know and sure as hells no one on this msg board is in the know unless you were straight up told directly by the parties involved and I know that never happened.
None of the coaches, GM, owners or anyone in between is going to speak out of turn and put anyone on the inside on the spot. Not gonna happen. These coaches and GMs they all lie, it's part of the game. Every GM is gonna tell you that the draft fell to them just the way they planned and they got every player in every round that they had on their board in that excact position.
All I know is we have a new GM, don't care how he got here, a new HC, care even less about the circumstances of how he came about the job, and Easterby that apparenty the owner likes having around (Cal owns the team, he have whoever he wants to pay to be his lap dog, not my business) and a rebuild that has started and will continue on for the next two drafts, with some enhanced selections thanks to The Trade! It's exciting times and I'm looking forward to how it all plays out. These coaches and GMs have given their life to this profession and I may think I know on occation better than them, but in reality they've probably forgotten more than I'll ever know about football.
And I don't think for a minute we're only going to win 4 games this year.
 
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thunderkyss

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I’m looking for a person to be hired by the McNairs that they feel good enough to get out & stay out of the way.

Someone they know will make much better football decisions than they could because they know they are out of their depth.

this is not the case when everyone in the country is telling you it makes no sense to consider Josh McCown (who still isn’t coaching in the NFL) for the HC job, & Nick still interviews the guy 3 times.

One time I could understand.

“I gave it a shot, he just isn’t ready.”

What could that conversation have been like?

Janice: “Did you ask him the right questions? I don’t think you know what makes a good HC. Do it again, & this time ask him how should OT be addressed at the owners meeting.”

smh
 

Mr teX

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I’m looking for a person to be hired by the McNairs that they feel good enough to get out & stay out of the way.

Someone they know will make much better football decisions than they could because they know they are out of their depth.

this is not the case when everyone in the country is telling you it makes no sense to consider Josh McCown (who still isn’t coaching in the NFL) for the HC job, & Nick still interviews the guy 3 times.

One time I could understand.

“I gave it a shot, he just isn’t ready.”

What could that conversation have been like?

Janice: “Did you ask him the right questions? I don’t think you know what makes a good HC. Do it again, & this time ask him how should OT be addressed at the owners meeting.”

smh
you’re infering alot here and with what little we do know, it simply doesnt line up in the way you’re asserting.

We dont know the circumstances under which he was interviewed other than he was….likely at the behest of his boss. That doesn’t necessarily mean that they dont have confidence in his decision OR that they even WANT to “get out of the way”…especially after what was found to be going on with Watson…That whole ordeal in and of itself could’ve been the direct result of Janice and Cal “getting out of the way” and putting too much trust in those who that had in charge…BoB. A decision that they vowed to never let happen again.
 

thunderkyss

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you’re infering alot
If I made a mistake it was inferring “we” wanted the same thing


OR that they even WANT to “get out of the way”…especially after what was found to be going on with Watson…That whole ordeal in and of itself could’ve been the direct result of Janice and Cal “getting out of the way” and putting too much trust in those who that had in charge…BoB.
I’m one who believe that whole ordeal was because they meddled too much.
 

Texansballer74

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I’m looking for a person to be hired by the McNairs that they feel good enough to get out & stay out of the way.

Someone they know will make much better football decisions than they could because they know they are out of their depth.

this is not the case when everyone in the country is telling you it makes no sense to consider Josh McCown (who still isn’t coaching in the NFL) for the HC job, & Nick still interviews the guy 3 times.

One time I could understand.

“I gave it a shot, he just isn’t ready.”

What could that conversation have been like?

Janice: “Did you ask him the right questions? I don’t think you know what makes a good HC. Do it again, & this time ask him how should OT be addressed at the owners meeting.”

smh
The only person with that type of power is Jerry Jones since he’s extremely close to the owner. Lol
 

thunderkyss

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Please tell me what job it is that you can tell the owner of the company that you don’t care what they say, you are doing things your way and they can just accept it.

Also I really don’t get why people are making a big deal out of them interviewing McCown 3 times. No seriously interviewing someone costs you nothing but time and you never know what you may find in a candidate. I interviewed one guy for a job that he was in no way qualified for but after interviewing him I realized he was perfect for another, more important job.

If they had hired him I would agree there is a problem here but just interviewing to make a member of your staff, or more importantly the owner, happy is harmless. Hell for all we know they all said we know McCown isn’t the guy but damn if he doesn’t make for a great smokescreen and leaves the rest of the league wondering what we’re thinking.

Or as @Mr teX said it might have been a case of:

Caserio: “Cal you know this isn’t going to fly and this guy is in no way ready to be a HC. We can’t even sell him to people as a bridge coach.”

McNair: “I know Nick but mother is really hung up on the guy, it’s a bit disturbing to be honest, and insists we hire him. Just keep stalling and let me ease her into the idea of not hiring him.”

Caserio: “Ok but you know we look like idiots for interviewing him. I don’t care but the media is crucifying us.”

McNair: “Yeah I know, if only there was a massive, national scandal about the hiring practices of the NFL that would give us an easy out for not hiring him. Ask Jack to pray about that.”

Edited to add a lot more on this.
Yes please tell me as well, I get tired of bosses telling me what to do....
Wait- we don’t have to listen to our bosses.

I am questioning all my life’s decisions.

Am I breathing wrong?
I’m about to call my boss right now. Lol
You’re doing it wrong. Or you’re not good at your job if your boss is constantly telling you how to do your job.

In my case my boss asked me what was the best way to get the job done. Even tasked me with helping others do their jobs better.

There were absolutely things they would tell me to do; program of the month, rules, compliance, & that kind of stuff. But when it came down to doing what they hired me to do they followed my lead.

In this case, Nick is supposed to be the guy who tells them how to build a winning football team.

If they told Nick to hire McCown & that’s why he was interviewed 3 times, he’s in the wrong line of work.

The only way this could be spun as a positive for Nick is if McCown becomes a pretty good coach in the NFL. & he got 3 interviews because Nick saw something we can’t

But… it’s looking like McCown is not interested in coaching in the NFL unless it’s as HC & that tells me he didn’t earn 3 interviews
 

Mr teX

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I’m one who believe that whole ordeal was because they meddled too much.
….according to the initial narrative spun by sports radio….yeah…Watson supposedly wanted out b/c Cal wasnt including DW4 in football decisions…then later we heard that everything started well before that with him when Janice hit up mama watson & told her what her son might’ve been up to…..& mama watson supposedly blamed it on Nuk..which saw him get traded..which further alienated DW4. So according to those yahoos the Mcnairs and subsequently Jack Easterby were “meddling” too much ..they didnt know what they were doing b/c they were alienating our franchise qb and traded away the best WR in the game making stupid decisions..

But as the smoke has began to clear, it turned there WAA something to all that which eventually led to the criminal allegations and civil suits…so i dont think you can say it was “meddling”…Janice as it turns out couldve just been making a play to save her business AND possibly HELP Watson. And that is her right.

furthermore, all that happened before NC was even in the building. So if they didnt trust him to make football decisions, he woukdnt have been brought here to begin with.
 

Texansballer74

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What you want ain't happening as long as the McNair's own the team. Caserio is going to try to do his best while cashing 30 mil in checks.

Tell me which GM had that kinda pull with the McNairs. The Godfather didn't even have that kind of pull with the McNair's.
No other owner does it like that period. Jerry Jones is the only one because he’s both the owner and GM.
 

leebigeztx

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My issue with Carsterio is who he didn't interview. I mean once they got past the Culley firing, there were a plethora of candidates who probably would've taken this job. Part of the problem is Carsterio wanted to have some control over the staff, which I don't really get. So connecting the dots, he wanted to make sure Lovie and Pep would stay on to keep the train moving forward. We heard about Gannon and why he didn't take the job, but in my opinion a guy like Raheem Morris should've gotten an interview if for nothing else he's off the Lovie tree and he was the dc of the championship team. He would've probably kept Lovie and Pep. If the team was serious about running the ball, Little Kubes from the Vikings fired staff would've probably worked too. Those guys didn't sniff an interview, yet McCown got 3? It just didn't match up that in back to back off seasons the Texans fired their coach 1st and was the last team to hire a coach no other team even interviewed. Hell, Pep didn't even get an interview for the the job with the Texans. For someone as calculated as Carsterio, it just seemed very odd.
 

maverick512000

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You’re doing it wrong. Or you’re not good at your job if your boss is constantly telling you how to do your job.

In my case my boss asked me what was the best way to get the job done. Even tasked me with helping others do their jobs better.

There were absolutely things they would tell me to do; program of the month, rules, compliance, & that kind of stuff. But when it came down to doing what they hired me to do they followed my lead.

In this case, Nick is supposed to be the guy who tells them how to build a winning football team.

If they told Nick to hire McCown & that’s why he was interviewed 3 times, he’s in the wrong line of work.

The only way this could be spun as a positive for Nick is if McCown becomes a pretty good coach in the NFL. & he got 3 interviews because Nick saw something we can’t

But… it’s looking like McCown is not interested in coaching in the NFL unless it’s as HC & that tells me he didn’t earn 3 interviews
You have been very lucky in what managers you’ve gotten. There are many, many micromanaging managers that tell even their best people how to do their jobs and in case you haven’t noticed billionaire NFL owners seem to think they know all about football just because they own the team.

Unless you think Jimmy Johnson was doing it wrong or wasn’t good at his job when Jerry fired him because he wasn’t doing it Jerry’s way.

Edit: And since you used yourself as an example let me give you a counter example. I work at Exxon and I’m the one they send to train new people at other sites in the job I do, I have been recognized and received kudos from people that report directly to the board, I’m the longest term member of my group and been the only survivor of two lay off purges.

And my boss, who has never done my job, still tells me how to do my job and wants things done his way. Malicious compliance is truly a wonderful thing.
 
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JB

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No one knows but those in the know and sure as hells no one on this msg board is in the know unless you were straight up told directly by the parties involved and I know that never happened.
If you weren't there, how do you know it never happened? Your post is as much BS as any other here...
I’m looking for a person to be hired by the McNairs that they feel good enough to get out & stay out of the way.
Why are you expecting the McNairs to act differently than any other number of billionaire team owners?
 

wildroot

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If you weren't there, how do you know it never happened? Your post is as much BS as any other here...

Why are you expecting the McNairs to act differently than any other number of billionaire team owners?
I'm not saying it did or didn't happen, but reading all these posts you'd think everyone here has a seat at the high level conference table where the Texans make their decisions, and I know thats not true. None of us know, and if one of us was confided in by Caserio, Cal or Lovie, I doubt that person would be spilling the beans on what he told them in confidence on a msg board!
 
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maverick512000

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I'm not saying it did or didn't happen, but reading all these posts you'd think everyone here has a seat at the high level conference table where the Texans make their decisions, and I know thats not true. None of us know, and if one of us was confided in by Caserio, Cal or Lovie, I doubt that person would be spilling the beans on what he told them in confidence on a msg board!
A: You don't seem to be to familiar with how a sports forum works or else you would know that fans do the same thing regardless of team or sport. I promise you in some third world country if that country or city or whatever has a sports team, fans are getting together and talking about the inner workings of it as if everyone "has a seat at the high level conference table". Though granted the conference table may just be whatever building is most sturdy so in that case it might be true.

B: We do actually have several members with pretty deep ties to the Texans that goes back years. Just because they don't feel like they owe anyone on this board, which they don't, proof of what they say or where they got the information doesn't mean its not real.

This is what I really don't get, if someone wants to believe or not believe what is said then that is their right and no one is trying to convince anyone of anything. Likewise if someone doesn't like what is being said then the answer is simply to not read their post/thread and if you really don't like it put them on ignore and problem solved. If it violates forums rules then yeah it should be reported and stopped but someone saying something that someone else disagrees with or doesn't think is true does not fall under that category.
 

maverick512000

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If you weren't there, how do you know it never happened? Your post is as much BS as any other here...

Why are you expecting the McNairs to act differently than any other number of billionaire team owners?
Not just team owners but owners in general of any business big or small. They may have other more important things to do so they leave the little stuff to others but I have never yet seen or heard of a successful business owner on any level that felt comfortable enough to turn their entire business over to someone else and say just send me a check every month.
 

Thorn

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All this arguing over a franchise that has proven from the beginning of it's existence how incompetent it is. And is still proving it as we type.

Either get used to it or quit complaining about how horrible the Texans organization is. Most of us already know how horrible it is.

Maybe, just maybe, Casino will turn it around. We'll have to wait on that though.
 

Mr teX

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My issue with Carsterio is who he didn't interview. I mean once they got past the Culley firing, there were a plethora of candidates who probably would've taken this job. Part of the problem is Carsterio wanted to have some control over the staff, which I don't really get. So connecting the dots, he wanted to make sure Lovie and Pep would stay on to keep the train moving forward. We heard about Gannon and why he didn't take the job, but in my opinion a guy like Raheem Morris should've gotten an interview if for nothing else he's off the Lovie tree and he was the dc of the championship team. He would've probably kept Lovie and Pep. If the team was serious about running the ball, Little Kubes from the Vikings fired staff would've probably worked too. Those guys didn't sniff an interview, yet McCown got 3? It just didn't match up that in back to back off seasons the Texans fired their coach 1st and was the last team to hire a coach no other team even interviewed. Hell, Pep didn't even get an interview for the the job with the Texans. For someone as calculated as Carsterio, it just seemed very odd.
we dont know that he didnt want to interview them or if they turned him down for an interview.
 
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Mr teX

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You’re doing it wrong. Or you’re not good at your job if your boss is constantly telling you how to do your job.

In my case my boss asked me what was the best way to get the job done. Even tasked me with helping others do their jobs better.

There were absolutely things they would tell me to do; program of the month, rules, compliance, & that kind of stuff. But when it came down to doing what they hired me to do they followed my lead.

In this case, Nick is supposed to be the guy who tells them how to build a winning football team.

If they told Nick to hire McCown & that’s why he was interviewed 3 times, he’s in the wrong line of work.

The only way this could be spun as a positive for Nick is if McCown becomes a pretty good coach in the NFL. & he got 3 interviews because Nick saw something we can’t

But… it’s looking like McCown is not interested in coaching in the NFL unless it’s as HC & that tells me he didn’t earn 3 interviews
sounds like your boss is the incompetent one and/or doesnt know what hes doing if hes asking you the best way to get a job done he ultimately has to speak to.
 

wildroot

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A: You don't seem to be to familiar with how a sports forum works or else you would know that fans do the same thing regardless of team or sport. I promise you in some third world country if that country or city or whatever has a sports team, fans are getting together and talking about the inner workings of it as if everyone "has a seat at the high level conference table". Though granted the conference table may just be whatever building is most sturdy so in that case it might be true.

B: We do actually have several members with pretty deep ties to the Texans that goes back years. Just because they don't feel like they owe anyone on this board, which they don't, proof of what they say or where they got the information doesn't mean its not real.

This is what I really don't get, if someone wants to believe or not believe what is said then that is their right and no one is trying to convince anyone of anything. Likewise if someone doesn't like what is being said then the answer is simply to not read their post/thread and if you really don't like it put them on ignore and problem solved. If it violates forums rules then yeah it should be reported and stopped but someone saying something that someone else disagrees with or doesn't think is true does not fall under that category.
I think I been around long enough to know how forums work, was on some of them back in the old DOS days, I think we called them BBS back then, and I don't disagree with 95% of what you said.

I'm sure there are people with deep ties, but if those ties are with the higher-ups, the policy decision makers (GM, owner, HC) that are in the "know" and they are getting info from them, I'm guessing those ties would dry up in a hurry if they started sharing inside info they were told in confidence on this forum.
It just gets funny how some people dig their heels in about certain things that honestly, they'd have any way of knowing unless they were there when Nick and Lovie or whoever were having their discussion about whatever it was they were talking about.
And if anyone, myself included, doesn't like what they are reading, absolutely skip past it.
But in the same token, if I think what I'm reading is funny as $hit, I can mention it...which is my prerogative to do so, right?
 

thunderkyss

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What you want ain't happening as long as the McNair's own the team. Caserio is going to try to do his best while cashing 30 mil in checks.

Tell me which GM had that kinda pull with the McNairs. The Godfather didn't even have that kind of pull with the McNair's.
I completely agree with you. That's exactly what I said. He's not the guy we were hoping for.

I admitted, I may have been wrong about the "we" part of that statement. But I know I'm not the only one who was hoping Cal would hire someone he can hand the reigns to & go play video games.
 

thunderkyss

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But as the smoke has began to clear, it turned there WAA something to all that which eventually led to the criminal allegations and civil suits…so i dont think you can say it was “meddling”…Janice as it turns out couldve just been making a play to save her business AND possibly HELP Watson. And that is her right.
I'm going further back. To Watson Mama telling McNair Mama that her baby was being influenced by a guy with a lot of baby mammas. McNair mama got rid of the guy with the baby mammas & Watson Mama's baby went off the rails.
 

thunderkyss

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And like I said he’s not alone, 30 other GM’s don’t have that type of power either.
That's wrong.

Granted there's some ebb & flow to how much control is given. Jerry was out of the way when Jimmy built that Super Bowl team. Then he wanted to take credit for it & things went sideways.

Georgia got lucky & was a silent owner during the "greatest show on turf" years.

Kraft surrendered everything to Belichick until the last few years.

Sean Peyton did it his way... until the owners got impatient.

Andy Reid is still doing it his way.

Ozzie was the big dog in Baltimore for a long time.

Kubiak had full control here, until the last couple of years of his reign. & that was the only time this team made any headway towards building something we could root for.
 

Texansballer74

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That's wrong.

Granted there's some ebb & flow to how much control is given. Jerry was out of the way when Jimmy built that Super Bowl team. Then he wanted to take credit for it & things went sideways.

Georgia got lucky & was a silent owner during the "greatest show on turf" years.

Kraft surrendered everything to Belichick until the last few years.

Sean Peyton did it his way... until the owners got impatient.

Andy Reid is still doing it his way.

Ozzie was the big dog in Baltimore for a long time.

Kubiak had full control here, until the last couple of years of his reign. & that was the only time this team made any headway towards building something we could root for.

How long ago was that? Since then Jerry has been calling the GM duties.

Do you see the pattern. The owners will let them do their jobs until they don’t like something or gets too impatient. Cal got impatient with the head coaching search. Thus the reason he stepped in and made a decision. Which means no GM actually has full control.
 
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steelbtexan

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How long ago was that? Since then Jerry has been calling the GM duties.

Do you see the pattern. The owners will let them do their jobs until they don’t like something or gets too impatient. Cal got impatient with the head coaching search. Thus the reason he stepped in and made a decision. Which means no GM actually has full control.
The McNair's have made the final calls since Casserly was let go.
 

Mr teX

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I'm going further back. To Watson Mama telling McNair Mama that her baby was being influenced by a guy with a lot of baby mammas. McNair mama got rid of the guy with the baby mammas & Watson Mama's baby went off the rails.
This is only if you believe that DW4’s activities wasnt already out of control & Nuk wasnt a bad influence. I think its safe to say that likely wasnt the case. I mean Do You know how bad you have to be screwing up for the CEO and owner of a company to feel like they have to step in and/or make a public statement on your behalf or the on the behalf of your conduct? The mere fact his alleged activities made it all the way up to Janice speaks to how out of control it already was…or was becoming. Perhaps thats why BoB had so much leeway with DW4…b/c he was running interference for him with his see no evil, hear no evil approach.

But again im not sure you can call any of what the McNair’s did or allegedly did as meddling. They likely saw the writing on the wall that this ish was gonna blow up sooner than later.. and we need to be proactive..1st by getting rid of the potential enablers in Nuk & BoB..2nd, getting someone in here we feel we can trust with good character…”jack who do you recommend?” And thats where NC entered…..or rather REENTERED the picture.

thats still not to say that they were just going to back off. They’d tried that already with BoB and got burned pretty badly.
 

JB

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'm sure there are people with deep ties, but if those ties are with the higher-ups, the policy decision makers (GM, owner, HC) that are in the "know" and they are getting info from them, I'm guessing those ties would dry up in a hurry if they started sharing inside info they were told in confidence on this forum.
You do realize that the active membership of this forum is the smallest fraction in the drop of Texans fandom?
 

Porky

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I’m beginning to think Cal isn’t the worst problem this org has, it’s Cal’s Mama. She needs to have zero to do with any decision other then signing a check. She knows as much about football as I know about rocket science.

Cal is an issue too, but nowhere near the issue that Mama is. I still believe this team will never be consistently good until the McNairs sell to competent ownership. Every problem this org has can be traced to ownership. Every. Single. One.
 


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