Will the Houston Texans Rally Around Interim Coach Wade Phillips?

November 6, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2013 season has been an absolute disaster for the Houston Texans. A team that entered the year with Super Bowl aspirations has watched things go from bad to worse to surreal.
Now, the Texans will be without head coach Gary Kubiak indefinitely, after the 52-year-old collapsed at halftime of last week's loss to the Indianapolis Colts.
No official announcement has been made yet, but the widely held belief is that Wade Phillips will fill in while Kubiak is out, just as he did against the Colts.
The question now becomes what that means for the reeling Texans.
As Nate Davis of USA Today reports, Kubiak has been released from a Houston-area hospital after suffering what has been diagnosed as a transient ischemic attack, where blood flow to the brain is temporarily stopped, causing stroke-like symptoms.
It's believed Kubiak will be fine, but he offered no timetable for his return, stating, "I've been through an ordeal and my focus now is to get back to good health....

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