Andy Benoit, Michael Mountford, and Benjamin Hoffman discuss the brutal matchup.
guess you didn't watch football last year.
Well, his defense hasn't been doing very well. They're near the top of the list (in a bad way) of most points allowed. Come to think of it, our JDR better straighten his group out.
Injuries and a quarterback who did everything in his power to throw away ballgames. Houston has lost six games by five points or less. I hope McNair gives Kubiak a Mulligan. He's signed through next year and GM and good friend Rick Smith is locked up through 2016. Might be difficult, though. Texans fans were openly stalking Schaub and his family at one point. Doesn't seem like a particularly reasonable fan base. Weird since only about a dozen people in Houston seemed to give a rat's ass when the Oilers left town.
I hope not.
I totally disagree. Kubiak's offense has been very predictable (even before this year). It's unimaginative, and it doesn't change with the game situations. When Foster was playing, it was run Foster, run Foster, fake to Foster, bootleg right and throw a curl route or a long pass. Over and over and over again. They had no chance in the playoffs the last 2 years, and this year of course is a disaster, as other teams just wait for the plays they know are coming. The bootlegs don't fool anybody anymore.
I wouldn't mind seeing them both back in Denver.
Kubiak is going to be one hell of an offensive coordinator next year.And maybe Wade could be considered if JDR exits.
Sorry to see Kubiak having so many issues in Houston. Always have liked the guy.
What in the hell happened to Houston?