Nov 17, 2013; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Texans coach Gary Kubiak before the game against the Oakland Raiders at Reliant Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
The question of the day is: “Should the Houston Texans fire head coach Gary Kubiak,” as the Texans are currently 2-9 overall and in the midst of a nine-game losing streak?
For the Texans, their offense, which the play calling is from Kubiak, failed to score a touchdown against the Jacksonville Jaguars, one of the most giving defense in the NFL.
The Texans lost 13-6 to the Jaguars, Sunday in Houston in a game where they looked like they would rather be anywhere but in that stadium. There is no doubt the Texans should have won this game, but they, once again, failed to play up to their talent level.
The performance of the Texans this year has made them the worst team in the league. Not the AFC … but the entire NFL, and that can’t be overlooked. They don’t seem to have any motivation or fire left in them. The season is at an all-time low.
So the topic of conversation has to be if Kubiak’s past couple seasons of winning the AFC South, and two playoff games, is enough to overcome this forgettable season, a season that is only going to continue to get worse with the New England Patriots next on the schedule.
Bob McNair and company have a lot to think about if not this week, but by the end of the season.
So what are your thoughts … should Kubiak stay or go?