Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Is Gary Kubiak Texan Toast?

The head coach of the Houston Texans admitted on KILT-AM Radio that it's a fair question.

And if you follow this sort of stuff, you may recall that former Pittsburgh Head Coach supposedly said recently that Houston is one team he'd like to coach. The specific word Cowher allegedly used is it would "excite" him to take over the Texans job.

As a football fan who began attending pro games as a youth back in the George Blanda Houston Oilers days of the old AFL, there is a sizeable percentage of Texans fans that not only would be excited to see Cower's spittle flying on the sideline while chewing out an underachieving local hero, they would damn near reach karmic consciousness.

It'd cost Texans owner Bob McNair, though. Maybe as much as $10 million a year, we read somewhere. That's a lot of money to coach a football team, but McNair has got to be pretty tired of losing.

What do you think?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Cowher would be a great addition. We need a coach that holds players accountable. The one good thing about getting a coach like Cowher is is defensive mentality. We have the players they are just playing the wrong coverage. Too soft when they need to be more agressive and vis versu. Frank Bush definitly needs to go.