The Saturday NFL playoff games were uneventful. As expected Atlanta was victorious over an injured Seattle team and New England pummeled the Houston Texans. One of the most concerning questions to come from Saturday’s playoff games is what is Houston going to do with Brock Osweiler. The organization paid him $72 million dollars to be their starting quarterback and he’s unable to contribute to the team. There is an argument to be made that Osweiler cost the Texans their playoff victory against the Patriots. New England was very beatable. Tom Brady didn’t have a stellar game and it looks as if his arm is shot. Houston’s offense was horrible and Brock was the primary source of the offenses deficiencies. Osweiler couldn’t complete a deep pass. It looked as if Brock was scared to throw the ball more than 10 yards. What a shame because the Texans defense played lights out. They tormented Brady, they raddled the offensive line and they harassed the wide receivers. The demise of Houston’s defense was their offense. Brock Osweiler and the Houston Texans offense couldn’t convert 3rd downs into 1st and 10’s. Fatigue was the Houston Texans defense most aggressive opponent and the lengthily time they were required to be on the field took its toll. Now what to do with Brock Osweiler? He’s to expensive to release. I think Houston needs an offensive coordinator who can simplify the game for Brock. Washington has had some success simplify the game for Cousins and I think this type of adjustment will work for Osweiler. Houston is the best team in their division and O’Brien and Smith deserve lots of credit for the teams success, but their epic failure with selecting a quarterback is preventing this team from winning a Super Bowl. Changes to the Texans organization should come sooner rather than later. Think about it.
The Dark Knight is one of the top five movies ever made, but Nikki from If it Geek’s I Speak disagrees with Mike from the AISPORTSCAST. The dilemma is that Jay and Nikki hate Christian Bale. They don’t appreciate the character dimension he instilled in the Batman role. In this podcast Mike, Nikki and Jay discuss Heath Ledger as the Joker, Christian Bale’s Batman, the plethora of superheroes, and what we’re watching on TV and in the theaters.