Originally Posted by Corrosion
Either way , I don't want Gruden , all he did was take Dungy's team to a superbowl.
A team, it should be noted, that Dungy was never able to take to the Super Bowl.
"A Football Life" last week was on Warren Sapp. He said Dungy had one great flaw: he never held the offense accountable.
It took another coach to come in, kept what worked (defense, obviously) and implement an offense that could score.
This happens in the NFL, though not always with the success of championships. But just look at KC this year or SF last year. New coaches took the existing talent and took them to another level.
That might be what the Texans need now. Kubiak has improved this franchise, but maybe he's peaked. Another coach could come in here and they would not be starting from scratch.