Happy Gary Kubiak

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  1. HoustonFrog

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    I hadn't seen this yet but it made me laugh. That is the biggest smile I've ever seen from him

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    He's a likable guy and has good character. A lot of fans will miss him.
     
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    Good for him. The job was taking its toll on him, but looks like he's getting on with life. :thumbup
     
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    My sentiments, as well. :handshake:
     
  5. Vance87

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    Check out that stubble!
     
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    uummmm.....saw that pic on twitter and that isn't Kubiak
     
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    That is not Kubiak. Jesus, look at the nose.
     
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    All well said

    According to many on Twitter and in articles like above it is. Besides the stubble I don't see why it wouldn't be.
     
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    Looks like he's hammered
     
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    Looks like him to me...

    The caption under the pic should've said "miss me yet?"....especially after that putrid performance against the colts.
     
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    Folks will really miss him when he's winning on another team. Not a very popular opinion around these parts right now, and some will accuse me of smoking something funny, but I'm not going to be surprised when another team hires him as a HC.

    I'd be smiling and getting hammered, too, if I got a year off of work and still made $4 million in that same time period!
     
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    And it would take a lot less for me!
     
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    he looks like a cokehead that just got his fix.
     
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    I'm right there with you on this. He'll have choices.
     
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    Good for him. He looks like he is enjoying himself outside of football. I think Gary needs at least one season off where he can spend time with his family and get in better health.

    I just don't want to see him anywhere near any of the teams I root for.

    Only the people that like HC's because they are nice guys. He has a losing record as a HC. He had 2good seasons out of 8, where 1 was mainly due to a great defense that Wade turned around over night. If that is the case then people should be missing Capers big time as well. The only way that he ever becomes a HC again is if he creates one of the best offenses in the league as an OC. I think that he'll get a job somewhere as an OC, but if I were Gary I'd try to go to a team that already has an established QB. He doesn't have a lot of success in developing inexperienced QB's. That would be his safest move.
     
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    I have no doubt that he will be named HC again some time.
     
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    That IS Kubiak. That IS his nose......and the off-centered vertical frown line......and the bushy extension of his inner upper brow lines......and his exact hairline and cut.......

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    And the little space behind his right lateral inscissor.

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    This is why I am kinda rooting for Ken Whisenhunt to be our coach. I think he and Kubiak will both be more successful their second time around as HC.
     
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    I agree with a lot of what you said. Kubiak is a mediocre head coach to me. His overall record is average and he does not inspire greatness from his players. This season is proof positive of it.

    However, that doesn't mean he won't get another chance. A lot of mediocre coaches get two shots in the NFL, sometimes more.

    Case in point is Wade Phillips. Dude is 1-5 in the postseason with 3 teams. Gary has him beat with a 2-2 record. Wade has a better winning record, but nothing really inspiring.

    Norv Turner is another example (3 teams, 4-4 in playoffs).

    We could probably build a solid list of these kinds of coaches. Their king is Marty Schottenheimer. 4 teams, 5-13 in playoffs.

    I'm not trying to disrespect any of these coaches. My point is only that I'm not going to be surprised if Kubiak gets another chance. I'm not predicting or advocating it, but just seeing historical trends.
     

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