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[Official] Panthers @ Texans

Discussion in 'Houston Texans' started by Castor27, Sep 24, 2019.

  1. HstnSprtsFan101

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    That was horrible. Coaching, offense, DW. Just so bad. Great job by the front 7..that’s about it.

    This offense needs more rhythm. I love that DW4 likes to get the big play but the Panthers took that away and he was mind boggled. He has to learn to dump it off if that’s all they’re giving you. We should probably try throwing to #10 a little more as well
     
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    Where’s the guy that argued with me in the off-season and said last years TE coach was going to be calling plays and was going to be good? FOH
     
  4. DieHard Rocket

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    There is just not enough separation in talent between NFL teams to overcome a head coach/playcaller that consistently holds you back with asinine decisions.

    The challenge on the Mccaffrey catch, having to burn the 2nd timeout due to the substitution issue, and the Hopkins WR pass when you are cruising in the run game are all inexcusable. Any one of those doesn't happen and you greatly increase your odds of winning, not to mention all three.

    This is year 6 of this. It's not working. You just let him go all in with the Tunsil trade, you have to hold him accountable.
     
  5. J.R.

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    You do realize that BoB calls plays, right?
     
  7. Victorious

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    The one good thing he did was the tunsil trade. Don't mind overpaying for a legit LT. if he stays healthy it was worth it.
     
  8. justtxyank

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    You're going to LOVE it in the offseason when OBie gets to hire a new GM!
     
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  9. YOLO

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    I guess they didn't want JJo to be the oldest

     
  10. DonkeyMagic

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    typical loss for the texans....a "should win" game at home against a backup qb. They aren't good enough, and their schedule is too tough, to be dropping games like these.
     
  11. tmacfor35

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    I didn’t think they win the Chargers game so it washes out.

    This team is an O’Brien team.

    Just good enough to win the division, but not in the same league as other teams.

    The play calling is so bad, that they will never be an elite offense until Watson starts showing teams he can check down whenever given an opportunity.
     
  12. YOLO

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    Watson put up a complete stinker yesterday, but I am very impressed with how he handled the post-game presser, and flashed his football IQ while also accepting accountability for his mistakes and failures. BOB's dumbass should take notes, that is how you face questions in the wake of a bad performance and still gain the respect of the people that pay to watch you, and get paid to cover the team that employs you. Well done young man.
     
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  14. Fulgore

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    OB might run the “philly special” Sunday on his own 5 yd line.
     
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  15. Buck Turgidson

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    Time to dust off the ol' "Stagger Lee".
     
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  16. solid

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    Has to be one of the top ten worst calls in football history.
     
  17. REEKO_HTOWN

    REEKO_HTOWN I'm Rich Biiiiaaatch!

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    Watson has to play against defenses and his own coach. Hopefully it makes him a better QB and he can get BOB fired when his contract comes up.
     
  18. J.R.

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    Y'all remember the Chris Brown halfback pass? :D

    (on the interception thrown by RB Chris Brown) “Yeah, we have a little halfback pass that we have been working on for a while. We had what we wanted, but it didn’t work out. That’s a tough spot to put Chris in, so it just ends up being a bad call by me – just a poor call.”

    (on if Brown should have kept ball or thrown it away) “Well, he’s trying to get the ball to Joel (Dreessen) and the corner came up and we don’t get a helmet on him. It’s on me. I put him into a tough situation. I thought it gave us a chance for an easy score right there, but I was wrong.”

    (on who calls the plays, Kubiak or offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan) “There’s nothing that goes in the game that I’m not part of, or okaying. We work together calling the games, and I shouldn’t have put him in that position. That’s my job as a head coach.”

    (on if Shanahan calls the plays and Kubiak signs off on them) “We call the game together. I sign off on every play that goes in.”

    (on why the halfback pass was called) “We’ve run that pitch against them many a time. We knew we could sneak Joel to the back of the end zone and lob him the ball for a touchdown. We had him back there, but the corner came up and we were unable to get a hat on him. It looked like Chris (Brown) had a little trouble with the ball in his hands and he got hit. That’s why he couldn’t get him the ball. It’s something we’ve been working on for a period of time. I thought there was a good chance that we’d do it, but it didn’t work out that way.”

    Texans RB Chris Brown (on the halfback pass interception) “We ran it in practice and it worked well. Maybe I just shouldn’t have thrown the ball. It was a tough situation. I was getting hit when I released it. Unfortunately, I have to admit I should have just kept the ball without throwing it.”
     
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  19. Fulgore

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    I forgot all about Chris Brown lol. His greatest moment was probably torching UT in big 12 title game.
     
  20. conquistador#11

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    very well said. Who can forget putting fitzie inside
     

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