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Old 11-22-2013   #5
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Default Re: Explaining the Texans Breakdown

The only problem I have is that coaching is supposed to at least marginalize a lot of these weaknesses.

Talent level certainly applies, but it's up to the coaching staff to make sure players are prepared and able to take advantage of the opposition.

You can spin it how you want, but game plans, in game and half time adjustments play a huge role in how games play out.

Coaches actually have even more affect on the outcome of games because they choose who plays and when.

Kubiak deserves to lose his job more than Derek Newton. He has more blame.
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