Kubiak Says Williams has ‘No Excuses’

Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak said on Tuesday that the Texans first overall pick of the 2006 NFL Draft, Mario Williams, has “no excuses” for his one-tackle performance in Monday night’s loss at Indianapolis.  Furthermore, the former Pro Bowl defensive end hasn’t registered a sack in three games after dealing with groin and shoulder injuries.  However, Kubiak says don’t blame the injuries:

“I think he’s fine. There’s a lot of guys beat up this time of year. But he’s got no excuses. He’s playing hard. He was close last night. I thought we made (Colts QB) Peyton (Manning) move around, get rid of the ball and did a pretty good job as a group from that standpoint. You’re never going to have a lot of sacks against him. It’s just about making him get rid of it.”


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2 Responses to “Kubiak Says Williams has ‘No Excuses’”

  1. Brad says:

    Thats All Fine and Dandy, yes I said Dandy, But Gary Kubiak has NO Excuses. Time is Up, Kubiak should resign, and go to College Station.

  2. Jesse Rios says:

    Hahaha Brad, you must be a Longhorns fan with that sure rejection of Kube. But I don’t know if College Station would go after two straight former Texan coaches, even if Kubiak’s an alum. Thanks for the comments, I agree Kubiak has no more excuses but he’s too good to leave! He has a stellar offensive play book that if combined with a real defensive coordinator, then the Texans can make a run at greatness. We’ve been saying the same thing for the past 8 years, we need offensive line, defensive line and cornerback help! Hopefully the Texans fire Bush, a great football personality but not coach…here.

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