Originally Posted by 2012Champs
It is relative to the subset of the 32 employees who are paid to be the head coaches. It is also realtive that none of those 32 are normal paying while others are making 20MM. It is relatvie to that subset of employees and their given rolls. Are we talking about 8-8 now or performing better than 68% of your peers?
I used 50% to make the example clearer. Would you think a 50% coach is doing Ok?
Let's look at that 68%. Some would argue that the Texans have better talent than 75% of the league. In that case 68% is under performing.
Kubiak has had this job longer than most head coaches. He has had more time to get things exactly as he wants them. 68% is the best he can do?
As an aside, what does the 68% represent; what did you use to rank the coaches? If we are going to dig into the numbers that would be good to know