Texans: The Bill O’Brien Era: A full-on dictatorship that needs to end

Houston Texans head coach Bill O'Brien (Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images)
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I’m sorry DeAndre for the way they ended things with you, you deserved so much better. I know you will do well for AZ just as you have with Houston, and you will make O’Brien feel regret every time you make a one-handed catch near the sidelines with your two-feet inbounds.

Hopkins talent is a rare gem that doesn’t come in the league often. Seems like the Houston Texans thought otherwise. Who’s to say that one day they would believe that Watson can be replaceable?

Now that I think about it, I don’t think O’Brien will ever be able to use Watson for his full potential. Based on how things have been going, if the organization had to choose between Watson and

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O’Brien, I think we would know who they would choose.

It will take a long time for this football organization to earn my trust back, and I’m not saying that the Houston Texans care about my support or trust. I will continue to support only because I reside in the city of Houston along with the supporting presence of DW4 and #99. I have no other reasons.

If you still believe O’Brien is the man for the job, here is a tweet that provides a different perspective.

If this organization really wants to win and earn the trust and support back from their fans, it starts by ending the dictatorship. I am tired of looking at the optimistic side of this team because there won’t be anything optimistic as long as O’Brien remains a part of this organization.

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Now the Rockets better get their act together when, rather if, the season continues because it is all I have to look forward to at this point.