Time to Move On: Gary Kubiak Should Be Replaced as Houston Texans Head Coach

December 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Gary Kubiak has definitely given the Houston Texans a boost since he was hired as the head coach in 2006.

Unfortunately, his boost only goes so far.

About eight to nine wins in a season seems to be about as much as Kubiak can get, and Houston fans need more than that to be satisfied.

The Houston Texans are 5-7 with four games left, which would give them a 9-7 record at best.

Not good enough for a playoff spot in the AFC.

What does that mean for this team?

It means as much as Gary Kubiak has done for this team, it hasn't been enough.

Don't get me wrong here—I think Kubiak is a great coach. But it comes down to one thing.

Players win, coaches lose.

Kubiak has gone out and gotten the talent on offense, including trading for Matt Schaub and bringing Arian Foster in as an undrafted free agent.

On defense he drafted the defensive rookie of the year last season in Brian Cushing and has turned DeMeco Ryans into one of...

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