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GDT: Houston Texans at Seattle Seahawks

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3 minutes ago, Jaytrajik said:

Just want to know how Watson performed. I see he had 3 picks. 

Two were bad (a pick six by Earl Thomas and a poorly thrown out route picked by Richard Sherman) and his last was a desperation throw picked by Sherman.

Watson was nothing short of magic in this game, don't let the box score fool you.

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Btw - to hell with rookie of the year, if O'Brien and Moore/Gilchrist don't choke away signature Seattle and New England road wins, Watson would easily be MVP front-runner.  FWIW, Watson also led us in rushing today, further calling into question why the hell you hand it to Miller 3 straight times when a 1st win the game.  Doing it last year in Raiders game was bad, but Brock.  New England you could at least rationalize as Watson's 2nd start.  Absolutely positively, zero excuse for handing the ball to a guy averaging 2.5 ypc 3 times with the same playcall with the game on the line with Watson gashing them for 8.7 per carry and proving himself to be one of the most clutch players in the NFL so far.  So rare for a coach to choke, but to do it in exactly the same way at least 3 times in two seasons is mind boggling.

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25 minutes ago, Jaytrajik said:

Missed the game, probably for the better. Sounds like another New England showing. Let me guess, defense was a sieve? Obrien up to his usual antics? 

Just want to know how Watson performed. I see he had 3 picks. 

To reiterate - outside of the coach/playcaller and safeties choking away this game and NE, Watson is the clear NFL MVP frontrunner.  Truly looking at a historic performance by a QB, better yet a rookie QB.  Watson should be THE story of this NFL season, but 3-4 teams don't get attention unless their tone deaf right wing owner bares his arse for the rest of the world to see.

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42 minutes ago, Apollo Stallion said:

To reiterate - outside of the coach/playcaller and safeties choking away this game and NE, Watson is the clear NFL MVP frontrunner.  Truly looking at a historic performance by a QB, better yet a rookie QB.  Watson should be THE story of this NFL season, but 3-4 teams don't get attention unless their tone deaf right wing owner bares his arse for the rest of the world to see.

Same thing happened to Watt a few years ago. He would have been the rare defensive guy to win MVP but we were a 9 win team. 

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55 minutes ago, Apollo Stallion said:

Btw - to hell with rookie of the year, if O'Brien and Moore/Gilchrist don't choke away signature Seattle and New England road wins, Watson would easily be MVP front-runner.  FWIW, Watson also led us in rushing today, further calling into question why the hell you hand it to Miller 3 straight times when a 1st win the game.  Doing it last year in Raiders game was bad, but Brock.  New England you could at least rationalize as Watson's 2nd start.  Absolutely positively, zero excuse for handing the ball to a guy averaging 2.5 ypc 3 times with the same playcall with the game on the line with Watson gashing them for 8.7 per carry and proving himself to be one of the most clutch players in the NFL so far.  So rare for a coach to choke, but to do it in exactly the same way at least 3 times in two seasons is mind boggling.

It is quite incredible to see OB constantly making the same mistakes over and over. Why is Miller so valuable to them, he hasn't proven anything for our team since we signed him. 

 

And Blue got the back up duty over Foreman because he practiced better, wtf man. Stop being coy OB and play the best players. 

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2 hours ago, Apollo Stallion said:

Btw - to hell with rookie of the year, if O'Brien and Moore/Gilchrist don't choke away signature Seattle and New England road wins, Watson would easily be MVP front-runner.  FWIW, Watson also led us in rushing today, further calling into question why the hell you hand it to Miller 3 straight times when a 1st win the game.  Doing it last year in Raiders game was bad, but Brock.  New England you could at least rationalize as Watson's 2nd start.  Absolutely positively, zero excuse for handing the ball to a guy averaging 2.5 ypc 3 times with the same playcall with the game on the line with Watson gashing them for 8.7 per carry and proving himself to be one of the most clutch players in the NFL so far.  So rare for a coach to choke, but to do it in exactly the same way at least 3 times in two seasons is mind boggling.

Yea, that play call should have been Watson scrambling to the right with the option to throw.  He is money on 3rd down when doing that.  Game would've likely been over.

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It's really crazy that Watson has performed the way he has on the road at two of the toughest places to play and it's ridiculous they've lost both games in the same exact fashion. It's mind numbingly frustrating. Something has got to give.

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4 minutes ago, Marco79 said:

It's really crazy that Watson has performed the way he has on the road at two of the toughest places to play and it's ridiculous they've lost both games in the same exact fashion. It's mind numbingly frustrating. Something has got to give.

firing o brien is a start

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This loss is kind of on me.... Texans are a perfect 3-0 on Oct. 30th (my birthday).

If only we had played a day later... 

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