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Old 11-28-2013   #79
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Default Re: Does anyone still believe in Kubiak?

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Originally Posted by Lucky View Post
That's still not a reason. Those are examples. Which may not be analogous to the Texans situation. The decision to fire a coach is not always ready to be made in midseaon. That shouldn't be the case here. Kubiak is Dead Coach Walking. The only thing we're discussing is the date of the execution. There is no possible last minute pardon by Governer McNair, this time.

Again, can you give me a reason why Kubiak shouldn't be fired now?
Fine you want to stomp on your toy to show you're mad. You're still waiting 'til Christmas for a new one.

Reasons have been given, primary among them being it accomplishes nothing. We can break that down into subsets (it won't make the players better, it won't make the new coaches better, etc.) of nothing if you want to have "more reasons" but it won't change the bottom line - it accomplishes nothing.

Another is it is considered rude or demeaning. McNair like most owners is not going to do that without an upside. That isn't an aww just be nice to Kubiak thing. How prospective coaches view the handling is also a consideration.

The sum of the examples is the owners do not see the benefit of stomping their toy early just to get out juvenile frustration.
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