With the NFL news of Friday being the Houston Texans firing head coach Gary Kubiak following their 27-20 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, making them a league-worst 2-11 overall, the newest question is who should replace Kubiak next season?
The Texans have a lot of time to made that choice as they have just three games remaining. There could be a potential list of candidates that could fit in very well in Houston to fix a team that currently has a losing streak of 11 games.
The “popular” name will be Jon Gruden, but there are others, including current defensive coordinator and interim head coach Wade Phillips that could fill the role.
Who do you want to be the next head coach for the team? Do you want a proven NFL coach? A college coach? Or do you want a coordinator to get their first shot at being a head coach with this team?
The possibilities are limitless, and it will be fun for the next few weeks to speculate and hear about who the Texans will choose. I’m excited for this next phase of Texans football, how about you?
Let the Toro Times know who you want to become the next head coach and why? Remember you can follow the Toro Times on Twitter @Texans_TT.