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Old 11-27-2013   #68
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Default Re: Does anyone still believe in Kubiak?

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Originally Posted by TheMatrix31 View Post
Oh c'mon. That's just not rational. The team is Top 5 in franchise value, he instills a respectful, good culture of stability and class, and he spends a ****ton of money. And if it weren't for Bob McNair, the Houston Texans wouldn't even exist. Just because the Texans haven't won a Super Bowl in the first 11 years of existence doesn't mean McNair is a disease. You know how many other franchises haven't won in at least 11 years? Plenty.

Porky, you're awesome, but that's an insane statement.
I agree. McNair's greatest problem is similar to that of Kubiak's: loyal to a fault. The guy just doesn't seem to know when to pull the plug, how to be fair but also tough with his coaches, or who to hire. It's too bad because he is a good man. What gives me hope is all of what you posted. If McNair can ever find the right person to run this organization, we will be a franchise to be reckoned with for years. So far, it just hasn't happened.
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