Mr. McNair a man who loves his city and wants nothing but the best for Houston, it's citizens and fans. As a new owner he will make his share of rookie mistakes, let's hope he learns from them quickly. Casserly is not the power player fans think he may be, this was evident by his absence at Kubiak's press conference. Unfortunately Casserly's diminished role is a weak link in Texans management. McNair should step back and hire a strong GM who is adept and knowledgable in all phases of the game and league, including hiring a head coach and Bob will just give his blessing. With that said, McNair may have found in Gary Kubiak what Cowboys found many years ago when they hired a soft spoken UT student who went on to play & coach in the NFL before coming back to Texas to be the Head Coach of the Dallas Cowboys, Tom Landry. The Cowboys of old were a class organization that brought about many innovations in the NFL (sorry Dallas haters). At the top was owner, Clint Muchison, who hired one of the strongest GM's ever to operate in the NFL, Tex Schramm, who hired great people like Gil Brandt. With egos aside they operated on a consensus and not what a particular individual decided. Of course Tex was the tie breaker and Clint gave his blessing. You can find similar organizations today in the NFL, Atlanta and Rich McKay, Chicago and Jerry Angelo, Indianapolis and Bill Polian, Seattle and Tim Ruskell. Paul Allen took away Mike Holmgren's GM hat away last year and look what happened. Operate on a consensus, two minds are better than one. If you have hired Pro Scouts, College Scouts and Postion Coaches and they all have their input it should be realitively easy for the Head Coach and GM to come up with a consensus decision and one for the owner to give his blessing.