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Old 11-21-2022, 09:38 AM   #31
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Re: Houston has a problem post game

Game was over at 7-0.

This defense is dangerous.
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Old 11-21-2022, 09:39 AM   #32
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So, let's assume this is preseason and you are told that your team will start out 2-4, with wins over lowly Jax and Chicago, and losses to Detroit, Philly, Dallas, and Tennessee. And then a change in QB gives you wins over Green Bay, Indy, Philly, and Houston with a tough winnable loss to the 8-1 Vikings, resulting in av 6-5 record and playoff contention. And even though the QB at the helm was not a first-round draft choice (like the 2-4 QB making $25+MM/year), or any draft choice, for that matter, would you want to move off the current Qb at $4.75MM for TWO years or look for a costly upgrade because the virtue-signaling optics are better. You guys are freaking NEVER happy. You are getting the deal of the century with Heinicke, a COVID QB, but the KAREN in you cannot be happy because it is unconventional and organic, and against "expert analysis".
Enjoy the ride with a kid that plays hard for the right reasons. The defense is awesome, the TE's and receivers are awesome, and the QB knows who butters his bread, and that is #17. If one were to ask McLaurin with whom he wants to play, CW never gave him enough chances. Heinicke maybe too many. But your stud is your stud, and TH does just that. Please keep trying to "upgrade" one of the few QBs in two decades to actually excite the fanbase and achieve some results, but for the KARENS and DARRINS that post here, it just does not look good enough for these fools to impress their elite friends when drinking shitty wine and pontificating about how much better things could be. Go get bent.

Get bent? Drinking shitty wine? Who are you even yelling at? We have maybe the best d line in football and a great 1-2 punch in the run game. We have real good wrís, but at some point you need a quarterback who can throw down field and see the field. I have no problem with Taylor as a backup, but if you think he is good enough to make us serious contenders than maybe you need to drink better wine.
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I don't get to say this often, but I had a GREAT football weekend!

1) Washington finally beat a team we were supposed to, and by a good margin.
2) The Gamecocks beat #5 Tennesse.

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So, let's assume this is preseason and you are told that your team will start out 2-4, with wins over lowly Jax and Chicago, and losses to Detroit, Philly, Dallas, and Tennessee. And then a change in QB gives you wins over Green Bay, Indy, Philly, and Houston with a tough winnable loss to the 8-1 Vikings, resulting in av 6-5 record and playoff contention. And even though the QB at the helm was not a first-round draft choice (like the 2-4 QB making $25+MM/year), or any draft choice, for that matter, would you want to move off the current Qb at $4.75MM for TWO years or look for a costly upgrade because the virtue-signaling optics are better. You guys are freaking NEVER happy. You are getting the deal of the century with Heinicke, a COVID QB, but the KAREN in you cannot be happy because it is unconventional and organic, and against "expert analysis".
Enjoy the ride with a kid that plays hard for the right reasons. The defense is awesome, the TE's and receivers are awesome, and the QB knows who butters his bread, and that is #17. If one were to ask McLaurin with whom he wants to play, CW never gave him enough chances. Heinicke maybe too many. But your stud is your stud, and TH does just that. Please keep trying to "upgrade" one of the few QBs in two decades to actually excite the fanbase and achieve some results, but for the KARENS and DARRINS that post here, it just does not look good enough for these fools to impress their elite friends when drinking shitty wine and pontificating about how much better things could be. Go get bent.
Your the one always bitching and we're unhappy?
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Old 11-21-2022, 09:43 AM   #35
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Allen, Payne, and Sweat are a real problem right now for opposing offenses.
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The run defense has been fucking stout. We completely zeroed out their rookie runner
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Until Howell hits the field and people realize heís the real deal. At least thatís what my gut feeling says.
I'd like to see Howell play in a meaningful game. If we continue to win I doubt we will see him in anything meaningful. I have reservations that he is the real deal though, if he was he'd be playing. For as much shit as we give Turner and rightfully so he does know football. I imagine him and Ken Zampese talk regularly and Scott knows whether or not Howell knows the playbook.
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Your the one always bitching and we're unhappy?

He is like sandtrap but worse. Shows up only when Heineken wins and the guy plays for the same team. Lol. Apparently he is under the impression that Taylor is the reason we win. Lol. Taylor has a great attitude and can move unlike Wentz, but cost us the Vikings game with an awful throw, starts slow every week, cannot see the field well, and has a weak ass arm.
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I'd like to see Howell play in a meaningful game. If we continue to win I doubt we will see him in anything meaningful. I have reservations that he is the real deal though, if he was he'd be playing. For as much shit as we give Turner and rightfully so he does know football. I imagine him and Ken Zampese talk regularly and Scott knows whether or not Howell knows the playbook.
I would also like to see him play, but only for a short period of time. If we something happens and we aren't winning with Wentz or TH, he's not going to get us a W either. I would give him another full offseason and take a look at him next year.
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Allen, Payne, and Sweat are a real problem right now for opposing offenses.

If Chase ever comes back and returns to form it will be unreal. I hope he is back in time to put the nail in Danny Dimes coffin.
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Allen, Payne, and Sweat are a real problem right now for opposing offenses.
If those 3 stay healthy we will make a playoff push
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So, let's assume this is preseason and you are told that your team will start out 2-4, with wins over lowly Jax and Chicago, and losses to Detroit, Philly, Dallas, and Tennessee. And then a change in QB gives you wins over Green Bay, Indy, Philly, and Houston with a tough winnable loss to the 8-1 Vikings, resulting in av 6-5 record and playoff contention. And even though the QB at the helm was not a first-round draft choice (like the 2-4 QB making $25+MM/year), or any draft choice, for that matter, would you want to move off the current Qb at $4.75MM for TWO years or look for a costly upgrade because the virtue-signaling optics are better. You guys are freaking NEVER happy. You are getting the deal of the century with Heinicke, a COVID QB, but the KAREN in you cannot be happy because it is unconventional and organic, and against "expert analysis".
Enjoy the ride with a kid that plays hard for the right reasons. The defense is awesome, the TE's and receivers are awesome, and the QB knows who butters his bread, and that is #17. If one were to ask McLaurin with whom he wants to play, CW never gave him enough chances. Heinicke maybe too many. But your stud is your stud, and TH does just that. Please keep trying to "upgrade" one of the few QBs in two decades to actually excite the fanbase and achieve some results, but for the KARENS and DARRINS that post here, it just does not look good enough for these fools to impress their elite friends when drinking shitty wine and pontificating about how much better things could be. Go get bent.
What an epic rant. I didn't read this originally because it was too long. But after seeing some other replies, I had to check it out.

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Yeah we are winning because of defense and the run game and in spite if our limitations in the passing game. TH is better than Wentz because he helps hide our weak ass pass pro by moving. He doesnít see the field well at all and has a weak arm.
You can win with defense and a strong run game but it doesnít mean we donít need a quarterback going forward.
I was watching KC last night and imagine if we found a Mahomes type of QB. We have all these pass catchers but we're a run first team right now. It is what it is but the organization has to find that guy under center. This potentially could be such an explosive offense. Maybe Howell can be that guy in the future.
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Get bent? Drinking shitty wine? Who are you even yelling at? We have maybe the best d line in football and a great 1-2 punch in the run game. We have real good wrís, but at some point you need a quarterback who can throw down field and see the field. I have no problem with Taylor as a backup, but if you think he is good enough to make us serious contenders than maybe you need to drink better wine.
I think he needs to avoid alcohol altogether, and smoke a joint and chill.
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So, let's assume this is preseason and you are told that your team will start out 2-4, with wins over lowly Jax and Chicago, and losses to Detroit, Philly, Dallas, and Tennessee. And then a change in QB gives you wins over Green Bay, Indy, Philly, and Houston with a tough winnable loss to the 8-1 Vikings, resulting in av 6-5 record and playoff contention. And even though the QB at the helm was not a first-round draft choice (like the 2-4 QB making $25+MM/year), or any draft choice, for that matter, would you want to move off the current Qb at $4.75MM for TWO years or look for a costly upgrade because the virtue-signaling optics are better. You guys are freaking NEVER happy. You are getting the deal of the century with Heinicke, a COVID QB, but the KAREN in you cannot be happy because it is unconventional and organic, and against "expert analysis".
Enjoy the ride with a kid that plays hard for the right reasons. The defense is awesome, the TE's and receivers are awesome, and the QB knows who butters his bread, and that is #17. If one were to ask McLaurin with whom he wants to play, CW never gave him enough chances. Heinicke maybe too many. But your stud is your stud, and TH does just that. Please keep trying to "upgrade" one of the few QBs in two decades to actually excite the fanbase and achieve some results, but for the KARENS and DARRINS that post here, it just does not look good enough for these fools to impress their elite friends when drinking shitty wine and pontificating about how much better things could be. Go get bent.
This is a great post..lol.. But the goal SHOULD be to win a SB. That simply isn't going to happen w/ Taylor. We all love his story and all but he isn't taking the organization to that level. Tops this is a Wild Card type of team and lose in the first round.
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