From the Armchair: Texans, Week 7

From The Armchair: Houston Texans - Week 7

10/22/13 in NFL   |   ms_hippie_queen   |   28970 respect

Houston Texans started out the season on a heartattack-filled 2-0 and continued on to a predictable 2-5 since. It almost feels more like 0-7 with those more and more seemingly flukey 2 victories at the beginning of the season. We just...suck again.

Case Keenum got his new start and the part that made my b***s tingle was his quote going into the game "I'm going to trust my eyes," where Schaub has learned more to trust Andre Johnson (who isn't always open). Case looked good and it could be a start to a career for him. But what the heck was up with having nobody in the backfield to block for him on the final 3rd-ands of our offensive game?? Who's caling these plays??

Defense let Chiefs run all over them and that little s**t-for-brains Jamaal Charles(?) broke Brian Cushing (who, god love him, but seems to be good for about 6 games a season on average). But from what I saw, Garrett Graham gets to take the Blame Ball on this one between his dropped wide open touch down pass and his boneheaded missed block that forced a Duane Brown penalty killing what would have been a scoring drive.

Here are awesome pictures my step dad got while he was visiting KC. He was 4th row on the endzone.

Blog Photo - From the Armchair: Texans, Week 7
Blog Photo - From the Armchair: Texans, Week 7
Blog Photo - From the Armchair: Texans, Week 7
Blog Photo - From the Armchair: Texans, Week 7
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10/23/13   |   kobe_lova   |   59485 respect

ms_hippie_queen wrote:
is that a schaub joke?

:D

10/23/13   |   ms_hippie_queen   |   28970 respect

kobe_lova wrote:
Those are nice pics!

is that a schaub joke?

10/23/13   |   kobe_lova   |   59485 respect

Those are nice pics!

10/22/13   |   JenX63   |   31554 respect

I have to say, they did not look as bad as I thought they would.

10/22/13   |   Sharp Square   |   11906 respect


Kubiak 

10/22/13   |   HouTxFan   |   4813 respect

I kept wondering about the empty backfield, too, but that apparently wasn't a designed play call.  So, what had happened was...Arian Foster pulled a hamstring, Ben Tate broke some ribs, and Cierre Wood, the 3rd-string RB, got caught gettin' high in the hotel bathroom with backup LB Willie Jefferson before the game and was sent home.  At one point during the game, when Tate was in the locker room getting shot up with painkillers, we actually had no RBs on the field or sidelines.  Gee, thanks Cierre...you couldn't have waited 'til after the game to get your buzz on?!