You mean to tell me Bob McNair hired Dan Reeves to come in, evaluate his team, tell him who needs to stay and who needs to go, and then exit stage left? PLEASE! He's just giving Reeves a head start to evaluate HIS future team. It will give him a much better chance to evaluate what he needs via draft and free agency this offseason rather than waiting until after the season is over. He'll get to see the players in action first hand. I think McNair just has too much respect (or not enough balls) to fire Dom Capers. So he's kind of easing a new coach in I guess hoping Dom will resign. Reeves is no GM either, so I think either Casserly stays or we'll get a new GM. He's not there to take Charley's job. And one final thought. McNair has maintained all along that he wants to have an "experienced" NFL coach. He doesn't want to bring in someone who has no NFL head coaching experinence. And Reeves fits that to a tee. I'm not too terribly dissapointed about it. We could have done better, but we could have done worse (Martz or Mariucci). The only concern I have with Reeves is that he has a track record of problems getting along with certain people, but then again maybe that's what we need. A coach who's not afraid to get in someone's grill and ream them out of they screw up. That is a major flaw I see with Capers. He's way too passive of a coach for me. So get ready for the Dan Reeves era to begin in Houston in 2006!