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Texans' Problems on Kubiak

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OK, so Gary Kubiak had a really bad day at the office, and isn't every- one entitled to one or two?

That's about the best defense I can come up with for a coaching performance that was as bad as any the Texans have had in five years under Kubiak.

After the game, it only got worse when Kubiak tried to explain some of his decisions. His answers ranged from ridiculous to just plain dumb.

Weren't we supposed to be past these kinds of meltdowns? At least the Texans were close last season. They lost two games by three...

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