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Old 03-26-2013   #28
Double Barrel
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Default Re: Houston Texans hire Asst Special Teams

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Originally Posted by eriadoc View Post
When it was evident to everyone on the planet that Richard Smith and then Frank Bush weren't getting the job done, Kubiak didn't fire them. He waited. According to reports, he was told he had to fire Frank Bush or be fired. Loyalty can be a good trait, but not when it blinds you to a person's shortcomings.
By all accounts, Joe Marciano is a nice guy and a stand up dude.

You know who else was a nice guy and a stand up dude? Fred Rogers (RIP), of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. And I never saw any NFL team give him a shot as a coach because he was a nice guy and a stand up dude.

There has got to be more to this blind allegiance and loyalty than we see as fans. It just doesn't make sense to not hold the coach of the worst special teams unit in the NFL accountable.
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