Gary Kubiak: Defining Insanity

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Sep 29, 2013; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub (8) reacts after throwing an interception during the fourth quarter against the Seattle Seahawks at Reliant Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

I don’t blame Matt for all the fail, he’s made some bad throws, granted, but a lot of the time the opposing defenses admitted “we knew where to be.”

That tells you the system is broken, the code is broken, the other guy is listening in on the plan.

Kubiak need only look inwards to see he is the problem. I said all of this before the season, we have the tools, but if we use them the same way it’s going to be a long season of frustration.  Five games in, that reality is manifested by a 2-3 record, chasing the Indianapolis Colts who very well could take back the AFC South crown.

Heck, if Houston doesn’t change and change fast, and by Houston I mean Kubiak, then even the Jaguars have the Texans circled as “W”!

That’s a very bad thing.

Bob McNair needs to call Kubiak into his office. He needs to inform him “get back to a winning record by the bye week or pack it up. Oh and tell Mr. Marciano his services are no longer needed.” Then dismiss Kubiak.

Yes, it’s that serious friends. I’m a loyal fan, I think Kubiak has done great things for the Texans.

But he’s beaten.

If he cannot make the required mental paradigm shift, eat a big old slice of humble pie and change, he needs to go. Call up Bill Cower, hell offer Pittsburgh Schaub and Ben Tate plus a second round pick for Big Ben then try to steal away Mike Tomlin.

DO SOMETHING!

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Topics: Gary Kubiak, JJ Watt, Joe Marciano, Matt Schaub, Texans

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  • Pridenpoise

    I’m not a fan of the Texans but I have always said if they could get a QB they would be unstoppable, because Schaub is Ok but he will never win the big games on his best day, and right now he seems to have a big case of the yips. I don’t think Kubiak is the problem, on the contrary, one of the reasons the Texans have been so good is they did not give up on him through all the years of playing 500 and I think he has turned into a very good coach, imho. I am only hoping my Raiders follow this way of thinking, consistency at the HC position is a good thing.

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