Why the Houston Texans Should Replace Gary Kubiak as Head Coach

December 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The time has come. The fans know it. The players know it. Heck, even Gary Kubiak knows it. The time for a change has come.
The only question is does Bob McNair know it?
The time for Gary Kubiak to step aside and give someone else a chance is long overdue.
Kubiak was hired with much fanfare in 2006 as the replacement for Dom Capers. He has had a one winning season in six years, posting a 9-7 record in 2009.
This was going to be the year that the Texans, to paraphrase Bum Phillips, were going to “kick the door in.”
The kick never happened. In fact, the Texans took quite a bit of kicking themselves.
After starting the season with a 4-2 record, they dropped eight of their next nine games and fell into a “funk” that no one seemed to be able to pull them out of.
It does not matter whose fault it was; the players, the coaches, the owner. The ultimate fall guy is—and always will be—the head coach.
Kubiak is not the fi...

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