Monthly Archives: December 2013

The Case For Matt

Hindsight is, of course, a wonderful perspective. As I look back on the dismal 2013 Houston Texans’ season, a few things have occurred to me. Clearly, with all the false hype about this team being a real Super Bowl contender, … Continue reading

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“Bud” McNair

Up to this point in the team’s 12 year existence Bob McNair of the Houston Texans has been regarded as an exemplary owner. On the other hand, he has been the one constant during the entire period and must be … Continue reading

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Okay, Smart Guy, Then Who Would You Pick?

It is easy to criticize Obamacare, but what would you replace it with? I am for avoiding NFL retreads (Lovie) and college coaching hotshots (Gus Malzahn), but who would I pick to lead the Texans? There are three guys that … Continue reading

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DO THE TEXANS WANT A RETREAD?

  As can be expected the Bayou City is buzzing with potential candidates to replace the cashiered Gary Kubiak as head coach of the Texans. Since we have made a detail study of every NFL head coach since 1960, we … Continue reading

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Coaching Styles: A Winner and A Loser

I don’t try to tell people how to do their jobs, especially something a difficult and intricate as coaching a professional football team. Last Sunday, though, I watched two men ply their trade and could not have been more struck by … Continue reading

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The Next Coach of the Houston Texans

Even though he has a year remaining on his contract and Bob McNair has proved himself to be among the most patient owners in the NFL, it is difficult to believe that Head Coach Gary Kubiak will return in 2014. … Continue reading

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