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Report: Front offiice losing faith in Gary Kubiak

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04:41 PM ET 11.13 | The sympathy over head coach Gary Kubiak's health situation appears to have gone only so far. According to reports, the Texans front office is "a bit frustrated" with Kubiak and his staff in their performance. Among their complaints are their impact on the NFL Draft along with the opinion that the starting defense is being hung out to dry and wearing down by the end of the game, as illustrated in their loss to the Detroit Lions.

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November 13, 2013  11:16 PM ET

Report: We didn't need a report to figure this out.

November 13, 2013  11:31 PM ET

Maybe they need to see a second stroke to verify his commitment to the team.

November 13, 2013  11:50 PM ET

There's a place for him in College Station when Sumlin leaves.

November 13, 2013  11:51 PM ET

Having suffered a TIA myself, if he doesn't alter his behavior he will suffer another one within 5 years. The next one could be potentially paralyzing. Nuts to you front office.

November 14, 2013  02:49 AM ET

He should take a year off and re-evaluate. Jumping into college recruiting isn't the right thing for him to do, IMO.

After last season, he needed to take this group of players further than it looks like he is going to take them.

November 14, 2013  05:00 AM ET
QUOTE(#5):

He should take a year off and re-evaluate. Jumping into college recruiting isn't the right thing for him to do, IMO.After last season, he needed to take this group of players further than it looks like he is going to take them.

Agree; health is his first priority. No point in becoming a crippled stroke victim to try to save a job.

November 14, 2013  05:12 AM ET

Kicking him while he's down much, Fansided?

November 14, 2013  06:25 AM ET

Get well Coach. Damn the front office.

November 14, 2013  07:01 AM ET

The Texans have not played the Lions this season...

November 14, 2013  09:23 AM ET
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The Texans have not played the Lions this season...

LOL...

November 14, 2013  09:55 AM ET

Gary is a 52 year old millionaire who has spent 30 years in the NFL. He owes his family and himself a healthy and prolonged existence. He owes the League nothing.
He should retire today from the team that has lost confidence in him and take a year (or more) off to rest and evaluate. Any small college or high school in the country would be thrilled to hire him. He could do what he loves without life threatening pressure.

November 14, 2013  10:44 AM ET

He should join one of the networks as a talking head / football analyst.

November 14, 2013  12:30 PM ET
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He should join one of the networks as a talking head / football analyst.

Having spent many years in CO where he was either the backup QB or an assistant coach for most of that time, he doesn't seem like a guy who would be comfortable in front of the camera.

November 14, 2013  12:39 PM ET
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Having spent many years in CO where he was either the backup QB or an assistant coach for most of that time, he doesn't seem like a guy who would be comfortable in front of the camera.

Packing a clipboard is tough work. And he did it from Day 1 as a Bronco.

I always chuckled about a career backup acquiring another career backup (Schaub) as his #1.

November 14, 2013  02:56 PM ET

It's tough keeping a Team at Top of their game, how does New Enland do it, year after Year? Could it be they play in the AFC Least? Nah!!!

 
November 16, 2013  05:20 AM ET

Same track record as his mentor Shanahan

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