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Don't Fire Texans' Kubiak Just Yet

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I'm not giving up on Gary Kubiak. OK, I'm stubborn. It's just that I want to see how things play out these last four games.

If the Texans finish 7-9, Bob McNair probably will have no choice except to fire his head coach. He wouldn't like doing it, but something would have to be changed.

Here's a bulletin from the department of somewhat relevant information: Kubiak is 27-33 as head coach of the Texans. That happens to be the same record Jeff Fisher had after 60 games and is two games worse than Jimmy Johnson and Bill Belichick at the same point.

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