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Should the Texans cut Kris Brown?
He missed 2 game-tying FGs late in the 4th Quarter that would've forced OT in 2 straight games. Ravens cut their Kicker for missing the game-winner in Minnesota and for missing others in games after that. Do u think the Texans should do the same as the Ravens and release their K Kris Brown for missing a couple of crucial FGs?
| Closed on 01/01/10 at 12:00AM
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29%a. Yes, cut him, those 2 missed FGs are unacceptable
71%b. No, 3 strikes and he's out

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#3 | 1608 days ago

(Edited by HouTxFan)
Kenne wrote:
I agree that he cost them the game, but 49 yards is too much pressure on a kicker. This isn't like a Scott Norwood (Bills kicker in Super Bowl 25 that cost the game) situation either.
I agree that this wasn't a "Scott Norwood situation", but I can't wholeheartedly agree that 49 yards is too much pressure on a kicker. Granted, 49 yards isn't a gimme FG, but it's not a record-setting attempt either.  In order for the Texans to make the playoffs, let alone advance very far, Brown will have to get his...uhhh...act together.  However, am I ready to give up on him? Absolutely not.  He's been Mr. Reliable until now; he deserves a little more time to regroup.
No, 3 strikes and he's out  
  
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#1 | 1608 days ago

Who would you want them to sign to replace him?
No, 3 strikes and he's out  
#2 | 1608 days ago

I agree that he cost them the game, but 49 yards is too much pressure on a kicker. This isn't like a Scott Norwood (Bills kicker in Super Bowl 25 that cost the game) situation either.
#3 | 1608 days ago

(Edited by HouTxFan)
Kenne wrote:
I agree that he cost them the game, but 49 yards is too much pressure on a kicker. This isn't like a Scott Norwood (Bills kicker in Super Bowl 25 that cost the game) situation either.
I agree that this wasn't a "Scott Norwood situation", but I can't wholeheartedly agree that 49 yards is too much pressure on a kicker. Granted, 49 yards isn't a gimme FG, but it's not a record-setting attempt either.  In order for the Texans to make the playoffs, let alone advance very far, Brown will have to get his...uhhh...act together.  However, am I ready to give up on him? Absolutely not.  He's been Mr. Reliable until now; he deserves a little more time to regroup.
No, 3 strikes and he's out  
#4 | 1607 days ago

Don't cut him.............when your coach is inside the 10 and you have a beast of a WR just throw it up to him instead of running plays to fumble prone Slaton and having your beast block on a screen play.  That is what cost your team not playing for a FG of 49 yards, but it seems that Kubiak if set on forcing a running game or building Slaton's confidence back up.
No, 3 strikes and he's out  
#5 | 1607 days ago

No, but someone should throw Jason Elam back to anywhere else. Open tryouts in Atlanta, anyone?
#6 | 1606 days ago

Kenne wrote:
I agree that he cost them the game, but 49 yards is too much pressure on a kicker. This isn't like a Scott Norwood (Bills kicker in Super Bowl 25 that cost the game) situation either.
Tell that to Rod Bironas, who kicked a 53-Yard FG, and he was ON THE ROAD, Brown was at home with the fans rooting for him.

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