You can say a lot of bad things about the 2013 Houston Texans, but one thing you can’t say is that they’ve quit. There are a lot of instances where they could’ve just packed it […]
The Houston Texans host the AFC East-leading Patriots (8-3) at Reliant Stadium on Sunday and head coach Gary Kubiak said Wednesday that he could coach from the sidelines with his (2-9) team.
he Texans have been without Kareem Jackson for two games and counting.
John McClain joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about possible quarterback options in the draft for the Texans, what is going to happen to the Texans coaching staff and front office and their NFL power rankings
Forget firing Gary Kubiak. Let’s embrace his mediocrity the next five games.
Most of the Houston Texans seemed deflated Sunday as they were served their ninth loss in a row by what was the NFL’s worst team, Jacksonville Jaguars.
Gary Kubiak will continue to be the coach of the Houston Texans for at least the next few weeks. After the Texans lost 13-6 to a 1-9 (now 2-9) Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday, many thought that it would be the end for Kubiak at the helm of the Texans.
If you want Kubiak to be fired it should be because he has failed on the field, not because he has had health issues.
Our old friend Hub Arkush joined MaD Radio to discuss the dismal state of the Texans’ season including if Gary Kubiak or GM Rick Smith should be here for the 2014 season.
John McClain joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about the bad loss to the Jaguars, when Gary Kubiak will get fired, will Wade Phillips get consideration, Case Keenum’s future and what potential coach could turn the team around?