...And for good reason. I for one am glad our upper Management is going to stay the course. Click the link
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...If you thought wholesale changes were on the way, you're going to be disappointed. There apparently won't be a single significant change on the coaching staff or in the front office. Don't expect any flashy free-agent signings, either. "We're not one player away," general manager Charley Casserly said. "We have to keep making good, steady progress."...
...The Cleveland Browns have already torn up their blueprint twice and are working on a third.
The Carolina Panthers went to the NFC Championship Game in their second season but lost their top three football people before the start of their fourth year.
The Jacksonville Jaguars got anxious and spent their way into the playoffs. Then the salary cap forced massive cuts, and the Jags now are in danger of missing the postseason for a fifth straight year.
Even in a 5-8 season, the Texans are getting close. Sunday's nine-point loss was their largest margin of defeat in their last 14 home games.
They lost to the Vikings because they couldn't convert a third-and-two play in overtime. They failed to convert another third-and-two with the game on the line against the Colts. They lost to the Packers on the final play of the game.
All of the Texans' losses — except to Detroit — have come against teams that could be headed to the playoffs.