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PFW Sees Kubiak’s Hot Seat Heating Up

ProFootballWeekly’s “The Way We Hear It” stated that although Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak is signed through the 2012 season, he may not keep the job if he doesn’t make the playoffs this season.  Kubiak’s 2006 (6-10), 2007 (8-8), 2008 (8-8), 2009 (9-7) and 2010 (6-10) seasons have been mediocre, to say the least.  His (37-43) overall record is beginning to echo his lack of ability to consistently coach a game plan into effect to start the game and stay nimble throughout to stay on top or in the game.  The Texans have only had two franchise coaches since 2002, and we must assume that owner Bob McNair would not be one to cut a coach halfway through the season if all the wheels come off.  Yet, if the Texans manage to continue their pitiful play, Kubiak could be on his way out before the end of the 2011 season.

Notably along the AFC South, Jacksonville Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver would also ready to cut bait with their head coach, Jack Del Rio, if he can’t take his team to the playoffs.


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