Running back Ben Tate is expected to be one of the hottest commodities at the start of the next league year in 2014.
Despite having laid down a few roots in Houston, Tate did not to dispel the notion that he will not suit up in Reliant Stadium once the regular season is over.
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After a abysmal 2-12 start to the a year after the Texans finished 12-4 and won their division for a second consecutive year the Texans have fired thead coach Gary Kubiak. This comes after Kubiak made the decision to go back to the mistake prone QB Matt Schaub during the Thursday night game against the Jags. Case Keenum was having a rough time moving the offense in the first half...
In light of the recent events in the Houston Texans organization with head coach Gary Kubiak being released, it seemed only fitting that it happened like this. Let me explain. Yes, everyone was tired of Coach Kubiak and yes he deserved to be released based on the results he has produced. But if you draft well and develop your players properly, you won’t have seasons of complete...
Former Texans head coach Gary Kubiak took out an ad in the Houston Chronicle to thank the city if Houston for their support.
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Gary Kubiak was fired by the Houston Texans on Friday. On Sunday, he had taken out a full page advertisement in the Houston Chronicle thanking fans and the team for allowing him to work his dream job in his hometown.
Moves like these by players and coaches usually mean that they have no ill-will towards the organization for being fired. It’s a classy...
After eight seasons as the Houston Texans head coach, Gary Kubiak was fired this week following his team’s lost to the Jaguars on Thursday night. In a classy move Gary took out a full page ad in the Houston Chronicle thanking Houston fans, coaches, and players for their support through the years. You can read the ad below. [Adam Schefter] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
With the firing of Gary Kubiak, former and active Houston Texans shared their thoughts on the head coach.
Really tough seeing kub go today. You couldn’t ask for a better coach/person. It was a privilege to spend 5 years with him.
— Brian Cushing (@briancushing56) December 6, 2013
As the coach that opened the door for my NFL career, I hate to see this happen...
This was Gary Kubiak’s statement released through the Houston Texans PR department.
STATEMENT FROM GARY KUBIAK
“I want to thank Bob McNair and his family for giving me my first head coaching opportunity in the National Football League. Bob has treated me with the utmost class and respect throughout my career with the Texans. I am appreciative of him for bringing me...
A lot of people in Texas are thinking that taking a team from being a Super Bowl contender to losing a franchise-record 11 games in a row the next season is reason enough to fire the head coach.
The Texans’ 27-20 loss to the once-woeful Jaguars, the final piece of evidence in that exhibit, could be the deciding factor — or Gary Kubiak, who has kept the trust of Houston’s ownership...
The Houston Texans may have the best defense NFL but somehow they continue to lose. I don’t know what happened but the Houston Texans coach has lost his locker room. Gary Kubiak needs to be fired. Today the Texans lost to the Jacksonville Jaguars, I mean something needs to give, they need to fire Coach […]