Originally Posted by houstonspartan
..said the Chiefs.
...and the Seahawks.
...and the 49ers.
...and the Broncos.
...and the Colts.
You're right, Dale; Change NEVER works.
Shaking my freaking head.
Meh-the point he's making is that change doesn't ALWAYS work. We could change to everyone's favorite coaches and GM, draft a "franchise QB" and end up in the same situation 3-4 years from now. Fire everyone again in 4 years and be back in the same situation 3-4 years later. Stability is better but you have to evaluate at the end of each season if it's better to remain on course or roll the dice.
A lot of people won't like this statement but - I think Kubiak could win a Superbowl as a HC. I just don't think he's good enough to do it on his own. He's not a top 5-10 coach. He's just a middle of the pack coach. He needs a top 5 QB to do it with and he's been stuck with (his fault) a top 20 QB. His 2 biggest mistakes have been choosing rookie DCs and sticking with Schaub without bringing in true competition. He has a laundry list of other reasons he should lose his job after the season is over.
A franchise QB makes a good head coach great. A middle of the pack QB makes a good head coach look bad.
That said - time to replace Kubiak and everyone else. Roll the dice McNair.