I can see it now on the post-season Superbowl champions DVD review. It's a perfect underdog story.
"The Texans, who had officially Sanchezed in the final two weeks of the season, churned out a gritty performance against the Bengals in the Wildcard round, before traveling to the site of a previous humiliation that season to deliver a Longest Yard style victory. Then against their nemesis of 10 years, the mighty Lord Forehead, they secured a shot at the Houston's first Superbowl in history."
The Texans under Kubiak have been the quintessential underdog team, coming up with wins like the road trip in the cold at Green Bay when no one gave them a chance, to delivering a goose egg in the final 2 weeks of this season, to ensure the number one seed.
On the basis, that a Kubiak Texans team will always perform against what conventional thinking dictates.
Roll on gametime!