Last season during a game at Cleveland, that tension surfaced again when Rosenfels called a timeout with the Texans facing a fourth and 1 in the first quarter. Kubiak was upset with the timeout and let Rosenfels know it on the sideline. The next day, Rosenfels met with Kubiak and asked him to stop cursing at him. "I said, 'You know, you yelling at me on the sideline is not going to make me a better player. I'm doing the best I can,' " Rosenfels said. "I'm one of those guys that you don't have to worry about not putting in enough effort both physically and mentally. It wasn't helping me become a better player. If anything, it was just getting me more frustrated." After that meeting, Kubiak understood Rosenfels better and toned it down, Rosenfels said. "I think it's because he respected me as a player," Rosenfels said. "He agreed with me. Coaches can be intense. Here's a guy who was a coordinator for a long time. When you're up in the box, you can yell and scream all you want and no one hears you. When you're on the sidelines, and your quarterback's trying to play with confidence, getting yelled at all the time isn't the best feeling. You want to feel the coach has a lot of confidence in you, and I always felt that in my three years there." --- http://www.twincities.com/sports/ci_12120925?source=rss the rosencopter takes a shot at kubiak. besides that, it's an interesting article that looks at the story behind the man.