Fire Bill O'Brien

Discussion in 'Houston Texans' started by DonnyMost, Sep 23, 2016.

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Should we fire Bill O'Brien?

  1. Yes

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  2. No

    33.6%
  3. Abstain (for the moment)

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  1. J.R.

    J.R. Contributing Member

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    Buy another year? Billy is not on the hot seat.
     
  2. Rocket River

    Rocket River Member

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    Agreed.
    That 2-14 teams is like the 41-41 Rockets teams
    Both were undercoached and the team gave up

    Rocket River
     
  3. MystikArkitect

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    There is no hot seat over there on Kirby.

    If McNair ran UH Levine would've already gotten another extension. The sooner fans realize the coach isn't the problem the better off they'll be.
     
  4. Bobbythegreat

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    No reason for it to be even slightly warm right now.
     
  5. J.R.

    J.R. Contributing Member

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    Of course there's not.

    Front office has lifetime jobs. Coaches, as long as you're not flat out terrible, you're safe.
     
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  6. The Real Shady

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    JJ is not a QB and doesn't effect that much on the team's record. He's also 2-1 and the Texans are still the favorite to win the division.
     
  7. vstexas09

    vstexas09 Contributing Member

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    i've liked this hire, but there is no improvement. He has to be in the hotseat.

    All lip service.
     
  8. Houstunna

    Houstunna Contributing Member

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    I really liked BoB before the Patriot game.

    What will likely happen is... he'll fail here, the go somewhere else and win.

    HOU is a lab rat.
     
  9. tehG l i d e

    tehG l i d e Member

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    He should absolutely be fired if we get shutout again today.
     
  10. Mr. Clutch

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    This offseason will see a "front office shakeup" and he won't be fired until the end of next season imo, unfortunately
     
  11. Crashlanded19

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    His team is never ready to play. Just a touch of adversity and they give up.
     
  12. Mr. Clutch

    Mr. Clutch Contributing Member

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    Bob was able to rely on the previous regimes talent for awhile (watt, foster, Duane, Brooks, younger version of Joseph, even Ben Jones)

    Now we are seeing whathat is happening when he has to use his own hand picked players
     
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  13. Malaya

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    During his first year, he was more creative with his offense with Fitzpatrick. He had Watt as TE, did the wildcat with Arian.

    Now the offense is so predictable. Incomplete, incomplete, interception. Has he regressed?
     
  14. J.R.

    J.R. Contributing Member

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    Just another Patriot reject.

    Eric Mangini
    Romeo Crennel
    Charlie Weis
    Josh McDnaiels

    Asschin, George Godsey, Romeo Crennel, Larry Izzo, Mike Vrabel, Vince Wilfork - send 'em all back to New England and keep them there. And he can take his Penn State cronies with him too.

    Atlanta, Miami, New England, Kansas City, New England, Minnesota - 6 blowouts in the last 21 games(2015-present)

    21-16 overall(0-1 playoffs)
    10-3 vs. AFC-S
    11-13 vs. everyone else
     
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  15. Mr. Clutch

    Mr. Clutch Contributing Member

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    I can look like a genius with an elite offensive line and a healthy Arians Foster
     
  16. tamericus

    tamericus Contributing Member

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    I've seen enough
     
  17. NewRoxFan

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    Just joined... two of the last three games the team has been unprepared and inept. At the least OC and OL coaches have to be fired. And by end of season, we begin the search again.
     
  18. Malaya

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    Well, he let Arian go and got L. Miller who doesn't seem to fit his scheme. He got his QB. And he is still responsible for the playcalling for this dead-in-the-water offense.
     
  19. Malaya

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    It is Bellichek's offense, maybe Bob hasn't really mastered it.

    Btw it's why NE always has our number. They know our offense better than we do. It's like we're so mechanical with it; we're too predictable. Now even Osweiler is predictable. He's not a natural or instinctive QB.
     
  20. J Sizzle

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    This dude is the definition of mediocre. Cannot elevate the team.
     
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