How The Texans choose to manage this unprecedented situation will define the Franchise’s future as viable football entity. Looking at underlying causes, Watson’s personal situation & how the team should handle the situation. The Origin: Two diverging worlds are emerging: people who are entrenched in social media and those that aren’t. The latter, it couldContinue reading “The Watson Conundrum – How Will The Case Be Remembered?”
There was a time this off-season where the `Texans failings were rooted firmly in its owner. Cal McNair’s ambivalence to their two year plight left fans outraged, as they vented at the shadowy figure of Jack Easterby. The media humiliation seemed unprecedented as they slowly folded to a 4-12 record, as their lack of organisationalContinue reading “When Will the Texans Reach The Pinnacle of Public Ignominy?”
The sheer volume of Texans new signings in free agency has been staggering. As of March 22nd, there have been over 30 players acquired, 4 by trade, whilst onboarding over $60million in guarantees. Details are still to emerge but Caserio’s first free agency, has been full-throttle but hard to accurately depict in it’s direction. TheContinue reading “Caserio In Full Swing – His Plan Is Unclear As The Future Of His Franchise Quarterback”
The first major decision Cal made was an epic fail, O’Brien was relieved of his duties with time find the new leaders of the football club. Despite O’Brien’s early removal, he was only part of the problem. Now After a series of hires, the team are no better of than they were prior. They have issues that have gone completely unaddressed.
Tone deaf, indifferent and inept, Cal McNair is showing once more, he isn’t fit to own a pro-football team. As the hiring of his new GM is over-shadowed by his lingering, unaddressed mistakes. The announcement of Nick Caserio would have struck a raw nerve instantly with many of the Texans faithful on Tuesday. A hireContinue reading “Despite The GM Hire, McNair Is Unable To Take A Step Forward”
Failing in the backdrop of a global pandemic, the Texans football operations have been a localised epidemic of inadequacy.
In a season plighted by Covid-19, the Texans true to form, reached new heights of embarrassment yesterday. Houston’s operational deficiencies came to the fore with a spectacular level of absurdity.
Considering the sample size of 9 run plays against New England on Sunday. What are the central issues preventing Houston is complimenting its passing attack?
The 2020 season hasn’t taken the shape that many would have predicted at its outset but Sunday provided a glimpse for future hope. The infamous NRG stadium roof was left ajar above the field, on a day where Texans posed a team with a new lease of life.
Cal McNairs comments prior to the trade deadline, were deemed naive and it seemed yet more blind faith being bestowed in those who don’t deserve it. The hesitance to move salaries off the books, is admirable at a time when revenues are dipping, but there’s been no sign of spending cuts, quite the opposite. TheContinue reading “Questioning Cal’s Passive Stance – As The Texans Appeared To Be Collapsing From Within”