Texans find their QB in heartbreaking loss to the Colts


Nov 3, 2013; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Texans quarterback Case Keenum (7) reacts after making a touchdown pass during the first quarter against the Indianapolis Colts at Reliant Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

Greetings Texans Fans!

Let’s first hope that Gary Kubiak is A-OK, as of this writing he was taken tot he hospital for precautionary measures. That was more important than a football game. Get well Gary.

As for any question about who the starter should be for the Houston Texans, it was put to rest tonight.

Case Keenum is legit, period. End of story.

Thanks for all you’ve done Matt (Schaub), but your hour has passed.

That first quarter was exactly what the Texans needed, what an exciting first half even. You cannot however, pin this loss on his shoulders. Too much running, too conservative with the lead. Go for the throat … but that’s not the Houston Texans way.

That needs to change dang it. Now.

Randy Bullock, pleased to meet you, here are your walking papers hope you find success in life. You have a leg, but it’s worthless when it counts. THREE missed field goals tonight. That can’t happen anymore.

Speaking of three, how about three touchdowns for Andre Johnson, baby?

Was that not amazing to watch? What a game he had. It wasn’t enough, but it wasn’t for a lack of trying. Props out also to one DeAndre Hopkins, he continues to amaze. When No. 80 finally retires, Houston has his replacement well on the way to success.

JJ Watt and Co. were all over (Andrew) Luck, and it was good. Sadly, he’s a darned fine quarterback and did everything right to pull off another amazing come from behind victory. A victory handed to the Colts on the foot of Bullock.

So aggravating, but that sums up this 2013 season. A bad start, and now a loss snatched from the jaws of victory.

Looking ahead, Keenum will have time to settle in, the team to adjust to his play style and we can start preparing for the 2014 season cause this one is toast.

There will be no magic playoff run. No amazing story book finish.

Now the focus is on the draft, what we need and what we do not. We do not need a starting quarterback, this is a good thing. We have some other opening though … a kicker, and the offensive line needs some love. There is also the need for more aggressive linebackers. Oh and can we fire Joe Marciano? That’s all I want for Christmas.

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