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Texans fire David Culley


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10 hours ago, ET80 said:

I agree his legacy won't be tainted - but I will stand on the table against anyone who says he did a decent job.

Not asking for a deep dive--so don't worry about that sort of thing.

Why was Culley so terrible?  And remember--keep it simple. 

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1 hour ago, Heinz D. said:

Why was Culley so terrible?  And remember--keep it simple. 

He made bad decisions pretty much every week - I'm talking elementary sort of mistakes, declining penalties that would have given him first downs, forgetting how many time outs he had a half, forgetting down and distance situations, etc.

He also suspended players who would question him - guys who never had issues were suspended for conduct detrimental to the team. 

I've never seen a guy make so many bad mistakes, and divide a locker room so quickly.

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So...

...imagine this guy as the leader of a football team. This man would coach the '72 Dolphins to a 4-10 record, and three of those four wins would be with Garo Yepramian as the opposing QB.

I really need people to understand... David Culley is not a good head coach.

At all.

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1 hour ago, Humble_Beast said:

DeMeco Ryans makes alot of sense 

I wouldn't hate it - bringing an old legend back home - I just wonder if he's ready for the big job, specifically with this franchise right now.

I really want DeMeco Ryans to be successful - and I don't think the next few years will be successful for Houston.

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20 hours ago, ET80 said:

...imagine this guy as the leader of a football team. This man would coach the '72 Dolphins to a 4-10 record, and three of those four wins would be with Garo Yepramian as the opposing QB.

I really need people to understand... David Culley is not a good head coach.

At all.

I'm not sure anyone is really suggesting that he was a good HC by any means.  He was set up to fail to begin with though.

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Smart move by Caserio hiring him in the first place. Buys him more time as GM. He knows the Texans are atleast 2 more years out from fielding any sort of decent team, can't roll with a guy through 3 straight awful seasons without the fans calling for his head and potentially losing his GM job too. I wouldn't be suprised if they have another one and done coach next year.

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