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Fired Culley

Discussion in 'Houston Texans' started by DaDakota, Dec 5, 2021.

  1. TEXNIFICENT

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    McDaniels is a jackass in the Bill Obrien mode.
     
  2. Htown Legend

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    Agree with all of this
     
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  3. CrazyJoeDavola

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    If that was the case, why didn't they just keep Romeo?
     
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  4. Rudyc281

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    That was before when he was hired as the youngest HC in NFL history at that time.

    I feel like he’s really grown and matured now
     
  5. HillBoy

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    Now THIS is the type of rationalization that Cal, Jack and Nick are counting on Houston football fans to swallow hook, line and sinker.

    Let me get this straight:
    The guy who knowingly hired an unqualified person to be the Texans head coach. The guy who stood up there and blew sunshine and butterflies up the collective behinds of Texans fans about what a GREAT hire Culley and how fans should be excited to have him. The guy who, after only one season, suddenly comes to the realization that the job performance of said unqualified person unexpectedly fell short of "expectations". That guy should be given a mulligan because it wasn't his fault that his decision to hire an unqualified guy didn't work out. After all, this is a guy who got to be in the same room with the great Bill Belechik so he should not be accountable for his actions here. Oh, and all Texans fans should close their eyes and pretend the just concluded 4-13 debacle never happened (and doesn't count) - it was all just a bad dream and David Culley's fault...
     
  6. DatRocketFan

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    Literally a waste of a season, i do not know y they didn't just hired the ex pat last year. instead of all this
     
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  7. conquistador#11

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    He pulled that stunt on the Colts just 18 months ago. He is still the same guy
     
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  8. DatRocketFan

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    Rudy has a hard on for mcdaniels
     
  9. Rudyc281

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    Rock hard
     
  10. Rudyc281

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    People do have the right to change their minds doesn’t mean your an a$$hole
     
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  11. Nook

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    "So.... uhh have you accepted Jesus Christ into your heart?"
     
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  12. DatRocketFan

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    When u have a hard on for somebody u could literally defend anything they do.

    See no further than the president of BoB fanclub, our fellow poster scarface.

    What mcdaniels did is quite unprofessional to total ******* move. What He did was basically akin to accepting the marriage proposal, and leaving the person at the atlar for a hotter chick
    Don't b a scarface
     
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  13. Nook

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    What does being #2 in New England really mean, when Belichick is micro managing everything? What it basically tells us is that Caserio has the ability to work hard and focus and pay attention to detail (requirements for Belichick) but it doesn't really tell us how good he is at talent evaluation and player development. Hell, for sometime there were reports that Belichick was upset that they lost the good reverend and it turns out that really wasn't the case, because he did nothing but bond with some of the players on the Patriots but did very little else.
     
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  14. Rudyc281

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    It happens some people get cold feet

    And naw no way I’m on that level but some people on here are on that level when it comes to their hate for the Texans

    Are you one of those posters??
     
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    How do you know Caserio was not in the headset that much?

    Why are you ignoring the fact Easterby was also in his ear on the feild?

    So even if what you say is true why did he hire him in the 1st place, he knew the guy before.
     
  16. DatRocketFan

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    If I truly hate the Texans I wouldn't b on here discussing this with u. I just hate the dumb@ss umpteenth attempt to b patriots of the south and incompetence.
     
  17. Newlin

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    So, is Culley being interviewed by anyone?
     
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  18. primtim24

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    I think you're looking at this from the wrong perspective. The difference between a lot of us and your line of thinking, is that you're approaching this from the standpoint that the Texans had a Super Bowl in their grasp, and sacrificed it with the hiring of an unqualified David Culley. The rest of us believe we had a complete tank job in our future, and NO ONE of worth was going to be willing to take that job, so they did what they could to get a "reset", and David Culley was the guy to get us there.

    All the guys we wanted them to hire last coaching cycle reportedly didn't want the job without the guarantee of Deshaun playing.... we couldn't give that guarantee. So we're now sitting with a fresh slate... I think you're reading WAAAAY too much into this. Caserio inherited a bad situation, and Culley helped him bridge out of that.... end of story.
     
  19. primtim24

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    My point was in response to the poster.

    It was mentioned that if someone is in the headset too much then you don't know if the failures are of the Coach or the person in the headset. My point was that Caserio wasn't in the headset so much that we don't know if Culley is really a good coach or not...
     
  20. DatRocketFan

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    What is this weird ass logic. We are still in the same exact sht situation we were a year ago.
    Coaches are not lining up for Mills. All this bullsht about hiring culley for the culture when he was incompetent as fk was a waste of a season to progress in rebuilding

    Like imagine u sht the bed the first time at your job and your excuse/defense was it was intentional. Any normal person worth their salt would have fired your ass.
     
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