Remember when the Packers moved on without Favre? The fan base, by and large (though there were a few on the other side of this argument) felt the Packers screwed the pooch by not buying into Favre's bullshit anymore. The Packers told Favre to take a flying leap, and he did: Into NY with the Jets were he crashed and burned, and into Minnesota where he had minimal success until ultimately being ousted due to injury and a lack of skills for whatever reasons we'd like to debate here. (Though it's not essential to the argument here). On the flip side, you have the Texans. Bob McNair actually said, and I am not making this up, that a major coaching change (firing Kubiak) would be "too traumatic" and it just sets the team too far behind when sooooo much has already been accomplished under Kubiak. Yeah? Well, people were unsure (back when Rodgers was a rookie) and Favre was still there, whether Rodgers would be the "next great thing" or not. They really had no real threats on offense or defense. The Packers parted ways with Favre, the guy who was THE offense there. It was him. He was the guy who made everything go. Kubiak, it has been said, makes everything "go" here. A great coach, McCarthy, works with what he has and he makes it work. They brought in Capers, and have made that defense work too. I don't want to hear that Kubiak is now in McCarthy's spot that McCarthy was in, and the Texans are keeping Kubiak like the Packers kept McCarthy. That's not the premise of what went down in Packtown. McCarthy and Packers management took fiery darts for moving on without Favre. Favre's departure was supposed to be The End of The Packers. This owner, McNair, has said we can't afford to lose Kubiak. Kubiak is too valuable. If he goes, it sets us back. It's too "traumatic" he says. SAN FRANCISCO: I wonder how the people in San Francisco will be able to cope with the trauma they are experiencing? I will be keeping my eye on the 9ers. One Harbaugh is consistently in the playoffs, since they too didn't think it was too traumatic to move on without Billick as their head coach. Now another Harbaugh comes in, to the 9ers, just bringing so much misery and trauma to the fans there. Poor things. Someone send the Red Cross to help them out. I hope they can get morphine there, to help with the trauma. Our owner, though, is so humane. He spares us "the trauma."