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Old 02-18-2013   #75
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Default Re: Texans Lead NFL.......in RUNS on 3rd And Long

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Being the HC of a 12-4 team also doesn't guarantee that you can pilot that same team to another division title and advance past the divisional round of the playoffs, either.

You're right, taking a chance on a new HC would be less of a guarantee than we can handle.

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Gary's loyalty is blinding his management of this team. When his team is "on," it looks spectacular the amount of faith and loyalty he gives his coaches and players. When he's off, it hinders the team's ability to adapt and grow.
I just pointed out that 10 franchises hired new head coaches in 2006. Seven of those teams have hired a new head coach at least once between then & now. None of those seven are doing as well as the Houston Texans. The Jets have reached the AFC Championship game twice since 2006. But they've followed that up with back to back disappointing seasons, missing the play offs two years running.

None of you would be happy with that right now. None of you would be saying, At least Gary got us to back to back AFC Championship games. You'd be calling for his head. The Jets though appear to have either realized the error in that kind of thinking, or Rex has got some pictures somewhere.


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...and hire the NEW "guru" Kevin Sumlin to bring some much-needed fresh air to Houston's offense. I think Sumlin would love the chance to use Foster at RB, btw. He could put up insane numbers.
When we get dependable receivers again, people will be calling Gary's offense "fresh" again.
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