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Capers to be fired, but Casserly keeps his job? (1 Viewer)

Colin Dowling

Footballguy
That's hilarious. Capers is actually less to blame in my opinion than Casserly, who has put together a roster of bad players and, when given the chance to improve the roster, only brings in more bad players. :lmao:

 

Bri

Footballguy
I don't think(other than the beginnings of the league) any expansion team's first coach has become their longtime coach we associate with a franchise. It's the nature of the beast and I believe Capers said something like this years ago when he got the job. Many also said it was a horrible career move for him back then, because of this. I wonder if he'll be a HC again in the NFL.

 

coolnerd

Footballguy
I don't think(other than the beginnings of the league) any expansion team's first coach has become their longtime coach we associate with a franchise. It's the nature of the beast and I believe Capers said something like this years ago when he got the job. Many also said it was a horrible career move for him back then, because of this. I wonder if he'll be a HC again in the NFL.
Expansion or not, Capers has one winning season in eight years. Bothe of his expansion gigs have ended in the same with a seriously disappointing year with the criticism that he is too conservative in his approach to the game. Capers is a "salt of earth" type of guy who has handled being the joke of the league with professionalism beyond anything imaginable. Seemingly a really good guy who is not a good head football coach. As for Casserly, he probably kept his job the way he got it, being a great salesman of his ability. He also has track record a GM which is not favorable, but while hard working and decent guy, is much slicker than Capers.

 

SSOG

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That's hilarious. Capers is actually less to blame in my opinion than Casserly, who has put together a roster of bad players and, when given the chance to improve the roster, only brings in more bad players.

:lmao:
I agree. If Houston drafts Reggie Bush, he BETTER be playing at offensive tackle, or I think Casserly is going to have hell to pay.
 

Rozelle

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I've watched Houston play quite a bit and Capers coaches "not to lose" He is way too conservative. I think they have some talent. A good draft a few FA's and good coaching and they can turn it around quick.

 

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