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Gary Kubiak fired

Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by communist:
this is not the roman-thread.

No1curr

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even though im a niner fan, im also a big football fan. the texans, along with other underdog teams, like the panthers, i tend to root for them.

with that said, texans were complete garbage before kubiak took over. for them to even have the audacity to think about firing and actually doing it, especially after his heart attack, injuries on the team, and a QB who forgot how to throw the ball, i hope the texans franchise stays irrelevant for at least the next 10 years. shame on front officer and the owner.
Originally posted by TheG0RE49er:
even though im a niner fan, im also a big football fan. the texans, along with other underdog teams, like the panthers, i tend to root for them.

with that said, texans were complete garbage before kubiak took over. for them to even have the audacity to think about firing and actually doing it, especially after his heart attack, injuries on the team, and a QB who forgot how to throw the ball, i hope the texans franchise stays irrelevant for at least the next 10 years. shame on front officer and the owner.

u dont have to hope, the texans seem to like being the overhyped let down every year
Originally posted by TheG0RE49er:
even though im a niner fan, im also a big football fan. the texans, along with other underdog teams, like the panthers, i tend to root for them.

with that said, texans were complete garbage before kubiak took over. for them to even have the audacity to think about firing and actually doing it, especially after his heart attack, injuries on the team, and a QB who forgot how to throw the ball, i hope the texans franchise stays irrelevant for at least the next 10 years. shame on front officer and the owner.

Kubiak was done the moment he benched Keenum and threw Schaub in the Jaguars game - only for Matty to throw the game ending INT. That moment was the final nail in the coffin for both of them. I'm not sure what the hell happened to Schaub. He's was pretty good, never great or elite or anything but a reliable QB so his abrupt regression and decline still kind of stuns me. Ever since he threw that pick 6 to Sherman, it's like his confidence jumped off a cliff and he transformed into post Arizona Jake Delhomme .
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John McClain ‏@McClain_on_NFL

As expected, the Texans have interviewed Lovie Smith as their first candidate to replace the fired Gary Kubiak.
Originally posted by Jcool:
John McClain ‏@McClain_on_NFL

As expected, the Texans have interviewed Lovie Smith as their first candidate to replace the fired Gary Kubiak.

Fulfilling the Rooney Rule before going onto the real search.
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Fulfilling the Rooney Rule before going onto the real search.
^^

defensive-minded, nfl hc-experience. that is what mcnair is looking for...just in case if you were serious about your hint.
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Howard Eskin ‏@howardeskin

It may be early for head coaches for nezt season in #NFL but I'm hearing former #Bears HC Lovie Smith is front Runner 2b HC @HoustonTexans.
Lovie is a good coach he could get the job. It's a stupid rule. Teams should know to interview for diversity. Why recycle these old failed head coaches when guys like Todd Bowles turn teams around.
Originally posted by communist:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Fulfilling the Rooney Rule before going onto the real search.
^^

defensive-minded, nfl hc-experience. that is what mcnair is looking for...just in case if you were serious about your hint.

If Lovie gets the right guy to run that offense, the Texans will be lethal. Although I do wonder will they keep the 3-4?
[ Edited by LifelongNiner on Dec 24, 2013 at 8:59 AM ]
Lovie could really be a great pickup.
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
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