I just fired off all this below to an email discussion group about the current state of the Texans and thought I would share it here as well..... Yes, the Texans are in a tough position with tough questions and just firing the coaches without having answers isn't going to help. Who out of the following group will make those decisions besdies the Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer? http://www.houstontexans.com/team/front-office.html You can't let the GM make that decision since he was basically hired by Kubes and is just slightly less responsible for the current situation than Kubes himself. I don't notice anybody with a successful football background at the top of the Texans food chain besides Kubes. That is what Casserly was supposed to be. When Bob finally discovered that he was a miserable failure, they brought Dan Reeves in as a consultant who suggested hiring Kubes. Bob decided to hand the keys to the entire organization over to Kubes at that time including letting him hand pick the GM and all coaches since then. Here we are five years later and although the franchise is vastly improved, it is beyond time to take the next step. Someone needs to be brought in to answer those questions. I'm not talking about a new coach so much, but a new person on top of the entire football chain of operations to look over every aspect of how the football side of the organization is run. Who ever this Jamey Rootes guy is that the Texans show as our president is not being utilized like most other organizations utilize their team president. IMO - Someone above the current HC/GM combo needs to be put in place to make those decisions prior to just firing people and hiring a new HC. Letting the HC hire the GM didn't work before, so don't do it again. The team needs to be restructured and organized better from the top down.