Originally Posted by thunderkyss
At the same time, what would happen if we continue to win with Yates?
If we beat Atlanta, then Cincy, then Carolina, with T.J. Yates....... what then?
Will Kubiak earn his keep?
Not according to some. They want him gone any way they can get it.
If they havent given Gary any credit for getting the team to this point with the injuries they have already sustained .... they could bring home a Lombardi Trophy and these same people would still be flying their "Anybody but Kubiak in 2012" Sigs.
First two games the offense is without the leagues leading rusher from last season - They didnt miss a beat.
No J-Jo for the first game.
They lose Walter for a game.
They lose MW for the season and a rookie steps in and fills the void.
They lose D.Manning for 4 games , Nolan plays well in his place.
Next up .... Casey and AJ for 2 and 6 games respectively.
Get #80 back and lose #'s 8 & 11 .... the result a W with a 3rd string QB who protected a lead in the second half by making no mistakes while completing better than 50% of his passes after being the scout team QB all season and Leinart getting the lions share of the reps during the last week since he had to get up to speed.
Getting rid of Kubiak could very well be like losing Schaub for many - They arent satisfied with Schaub because he isnt Aaron Rodgers or Tom Brady .... but he's better than all but a handful of QB's in the league. They'd rather be like Miami or The Redskins.
Originally Posted by houstonspartan
Slow your roll, hoss. This is Wade Phillips' team and Wade Phillips' season.
While Wade has done a great job with the defense .... he does nothing for the offense ..... and he does answer to Gary at the end of the day. You are delusional.
8-3 with the #1 seed in the AFC after 11 games despite a ton of injuries to key players ..... a Lombardi wouldnt satisfy the "Fire Kubiak" crowd. Kinda remind me of the "Occupy" crowd who dont know what they want ....