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    Re: Houston vs. Jacksonville Game Thread



    Man these offenses are horrible. I have new perspective


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    Re: Houston vs. Jacksonville Game Thread

    How did Houston get so bad???




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    Re: Houston vs. Jacksonville Game Thread

    Progress: That wasn't returned for a TD.
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    Re: Houston vs. Jacksonville Game Thread

    Game ends on a sack of Schaub. That's fitting.

    I said in another thread that Kubiak would finish out the year. Not so sure anymore. Especially if he's going to be playing to win and not playing to evaluate the future or position for draft picks.
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    Re: Houston vs. Jacksonville Game Thread

    It's pretty obvious that the Jags aren't worried about draft position. These guys play very hard. If Bradley can keep that as he gets upgraded talent he might get himself a competitive team for year 3.
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    Re: Houston vs. Jacksonville Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    It's pretty obvious that the Jags aren't worried about draft position. These guys play very hard. If Bradley can keep that as he gets upgraded talent he might get himself a competitive team for year 3.
    Agreed.

    Chad Henne isn't awesome, but he's making some nice throws.

    Houston, on the other hand, is playing like they've given up entirely.
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    Re: Houston vs. Jacksonville Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    It's pretty obvious that the Jags aren't worried about draft position. These guys play very hard. If Bradley can keep that as he gets upgraded talent he might get himself a competitive team for year 3.
    I said it last week (and predicted the Jags upset of the Browns)...don't sleep on the Jaguars for the rest of this season...Bradley has them enthusiastic and playing hard...very good coaching job given the talent and environment he inherited...if they draft well and play the market wisely this off-season, they could be a team to reckon with in the near future.

    Houston on the other hand reminds me a lot of the 2007 Ravens...a relatively veteran team that seems to think that their window has closed and they are just playing out the string...that must be a great locker-room environment.

    Unfortunately for them, even if they find their John Harbaugh on the coaching market, I am not sure Rick Smith has half the talent that Newsome has in being able to quickly get them back to contention. And if they let Smith go, they you are back at square one: New GM, new coach and new QB.
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    Re: Houston vs. Jacksonville Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Houston, on the other hand, is playing like they've given up entirely.
    It's the perfect storm of suck.

    Long losing streak, discontent in the locker room combined with a lame duck head coach and QB.
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    Re: Houston vs. Jacksonville Game Thread

    The Jaguars have managed to ascend from being Historically Terrible, to Regular Terrible, to now just Plain Old Bad.

    I don't know whether or not to congratulate them on their ability to make the best of a bad season, or lament their loss of the top draft spot.

    That being said, they're still in good position to draft one of the top QBs in the draft. I don't think Atlanta's giving up on Ryan, and I don't think St. Louis will give up on Bradford, either. If I were Jacksonville, however, I'd keep Henne as a backup just in case. He's adequate in that respect.

    Blaine Gabbert, on the other hand, I would drop him off at the nearest bus station and never look back.




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    Re: Houston vs. Jacksonville Game Thread

    Did anyone else have a feeling while watching that, that Schaub was eventually going to do what he did?
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    Re: Houston vs. Jacksonville Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    It's the perfect storm of suck.

    Long losing streak, discontent in the locker room combined with a lame duck head coach and QB.
    Got that right. Puts our season into perspective...and at least we have a superbowl victory to show for it!

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    Re: Houston vs. Jacksonville Game Thread

    HOU needs an enema.
    I'm hoping they draft Clowney instead of a QB.
    Watt and Clowney may be devastating, but we've seen how a proper offensive plan can spay their secondary and exploit their LBs.
    Back to the AFCCG we go. So get ready!

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