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In The Loop wonders if Bill O’Brien can improve what he needs to most with his plate piled so high and is BOB now the go-to on Clowney negotiations? Surely not, right?
John Lopez wants more from Cal McNair and Landry wants more from Bill O’Brien, but could BOB be bulletproof through Cal’s eyes?
Pick a Jordan, a 3rd and a 5th, who says no? Landry Locker’s trade hypothetical to the Patriots.
The Hits: Gaine’s In-Season Moves, Alvarez Historic Start, Yankees Get Better And Fertitta Gets More National Skepticism
Landry Locker lists the 17 moves Brian Gaine made in-season last year and says that functioning without a GM isn’t ideal, but it’s more ideal than just hiring one to hire one.
Cal McNair needs to say something NOW according to John Lopez. Also, who does McNair speak to behind the scenes during tumultuous times? Could it be a familiar voice?
John Lopez says he doesn’t want more BOB responsibility, but Landry is ok with it if it means more accountability. Plus, Alvarez and Astros lineup is about to be epic.
Landry lays out two roads to Caserio, but Lopez says there’s little to no hope that the Texans primary target ends up the fourth GM in team history.
John Lopez says the nightmarish situation the Texans currently find themselves in, but is it as bad as he’s making it out to be?
Around The NFL: Mayfield Drama, Prescott’s Desire For More Money And A New Pats Tight End
Locker Room 6/14: Best Advice Father Ever Gave You
In The Loop wonders how much Bill O’Brien and Nick Caserio’s relationship could change in their potential new roles.
In The Loop discusses the Texans line of defense against the Patriots petty tampering charges.
Wade Smith calls into In The Loop to take the guys to task for their defense of Baker Mayfield.
The Hits: Texans FIGHT, Mayfield’s Controversial Leadership, Astros Make You Feel OLD And Kawhi’s Cactus
In The Loop gives the Easterby keys to life and allows the LoopHoles to take them to task.
Some LoopHoles think the Texans are making a mistake by copying the Patriots, but In The Loop says this is nothing new.
In The Loop calls their shot on how the Texans GM situation will play out and says the handling of Jared Goff could be connected to Deshaun Watson.
In The Loop disagrees on the tampering charges filed against the Texans or do they?
In The Loop discusses the wild week and how the Texans and Rockets can learn from the result of last night’s NBA Finals.
In The Loop is sold on Caserio, but in the spirit of fairness dig in deep and research the backup plan to fill the GM position.
Landry gets mesmerized with what happened at the Patriots ring ceremony and Lopez weighs in on the latest charges against Brian Gaine.
In The Loop has gathered a lot of data in the last day and feels the data is encouraging for the Texans apparent pursuit of their next GM.
The Hits: Caserio Appears To Be Coming, Astros Stats And More Extra Innings, Klay’s Shot At Kawhi And MORE
In The Loop has come to the conclusion Nick Caserio is coming to town and it’s just about what the Texans will have to give up.
Ben Volin of the Boston Globe joins In The Loop to give the latest on the Patriots tampering charges against the Texans, the Patriots history of these charges and discuss why he thinks Caserio is heading to Houston.
Localize It: THANK GOODNESS The Patriots And Billy O Love Fest Is Over And Lopez On Recent Gaine Reports
Landry Locker and Figgy Fig remake a nineties class on behalf of Jack Easterby and Cal McNair amidst the Patriots tampering allegations.
In The Loop has a disagreement on if the tampering charges are that big of a deal for the Texans or if they could be a good sign.
Jack Easterby got caught and went to Nick Caserio for advice.
Stanford Routt and In The Loop discuss the diminishing hope that Nick Caserio will be the GM of the Texans and where to go from here.
Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network joins In The Loop to discuss the Texans battle to speak with Nick Caserio, Bill O’Brien’s desire to coach and not worry about personnel and more.
NFL veteran Stanford Routt joins In The Loop to discuss the Texans drama and what it’s like playing for a powerful owner.
Lamar Miller meets with the media and says something that we have wanted to hear for a long time about the way he’s used out of the backfield.
The Jordan Twins, not really twins, meet with the media at NRG and In The Loop feels like the Texans might really think they’re twins.
Texans head coach Bill O’Brien meets with the media the day after being grilled by the media types yesterday.
In The Loop discusses Bill O’Brien’s job status and why he can no longer lean on the process following the firing of Brian Gaine.
The Hits: BOB on Gaine And Caserio, Astros Injury Update, Clowney’s Flex And NFL Chatter
In The Loop discusses where the heck Brian Gaine is, how BOB hasn’t talked to him and Landry has troubling info about Gaine from former co-workers.
The Patriots are trying hard to keep Bill Belichick’s right hand man from joining the Texans and the reasons why make ITL want him in H-Town even more.
There’s a home run race in Houston, but is it on the same level as McGwire and Sosa? Plus, we finally hear from Jack Easterby and he gives his five keys to success in life.
In The Loop wants to hear from Cal McNair and Landry is pleasantly shocked how McNair appears to be calling the show.
In The Loop discusses what they took away from BOB and the low-point of the presser, which is judged by the LoopHole media critic.
ITL Reaction To Bill O'Brien Press Meeting With The Media
Bill O’Brien Meets With The Media For The First Time Since Gaine Firing
ITL Anticipation for Bill O'Brien talking to the media
The Hits: GM Search Down To One Guy, Correa On Ribs, Down Goes KD And Astros Dominant On All Star Ballot
Nick Caserio provides his own mindset on the Texans biggest weaknesses in his own words including evaluating offensive linemen, making guys fit your scheme, making trades and more.
John McClain two hours from his interaction with Bill O’Brien discusses what he expects the Texans head coach to say to the media and what fans should want to hear.
John McClain: Trying To Make Sense Of The End Of The Gaine Era
Brian Gaine was on his way out the door regardless of who was available according to John McClain, which has In The Loop confused.