Daniel Calhoun McNair, it is Thanksgiving weekend. By now you know exactly what you've and the direction your franchise is heading. Disenchantment, embarrassment, empty seats, and fan attrition to name just a few.
Jack Easterby and Bill O'Brien sold you a bill of goods on Nick Caserio. You thought you were getting Bill Belichick but you got Scott Pioli instead.
Like Kubiak, Lovie too has opted for the friends and family plan for his coaching staff. Like Kubiak, Lovie too has opted to use the "Wheel of Fortune" with his coaches for his draft plan.
If you continue down the same path you've traveled the last two years, with this same cast of characters, you will continue to produce the same results you've produced in 2021 and 2022, if not worse. If you're expecting different results, don't.
More importantly with your current management's mindset, the return on your investment from the DeShaun Watson trade is failing and will likely fail on a grander scale if the same process and planning (or lack thereof) are continued.
You can still maximize your return from the Watson trade on a much grander scale if you act quickly. First and most importantly you still have a majority of the return on your investment from the Watson trade (Four First RD picks in the next 2 years).
That is more than enough incentive that would allow you to attract a winning successful head coach. It would certainly entertain a high-profile head coach resume that the Texans have never been familiar with. (High Winning %, Championships, Coaching Awards)
For you to do this, the first thing you must do is clean the house on January 9th, 2023. Including Lovie Smith, Pep Hamilton, and Nick Caserio. Now is not too late to start putting out feelers for that high-profile resume.
If you do not do this and continue down the same path you are on, then the disenchantment, embarrassment, empty seats, and fan attrition will continue and become the Houston Texans' norm.
The commanding officer and drill inspector in my avatar would be my starting point.