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GARY KUBIAK RUMORS & GOSSIP

Lions interview Kubiak for coaching job

Gary Kubiak is the latest former NFL head coach who has experience working with quarterbacks to be considered for the Detroit Lions' coaching job. Kubiak, 52, interviewed Tuesday at the Lions' headquarters in Allen Park, Mich., according to the team. Kubiak was part of three Super Bowl teams as a player and three Super Bowl champions as an assistant coach. More recently,...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
January 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Romeo Crennel will be the next defensive coordinator of the Texans

According to FOXSports.com’s Alex Marvez, the Houston Texans will turn to another former New England assistant to serve as his defensive coordinator: Romeo Crennel. Additionally, O’Brien has fired all the assistants from Gary Kubiak’s staff and the expectation is that his staff will have a “heavy Patriots feel” to it. Crennel will be coaching the […]
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
January 04, 2014  |  2 Comments

Houston Texans: 5 Names To Replace Gary Kubiak

The Houston Texans are beyond help this season.  They have released their head coach Gary Kubiak. They have named defensive coordinator Wade Phillips as the interim coach. Unfortunately, for the Texans it isn't the defense that has let them down this season. The Texans are in need of an offensive overhaul.  The process has already begun. Veteran quarterback Matt Schaub has...
Via Football Nation
December 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Gary Kubiak takes out full-page newspaper ad to thank Houston

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
Via Next Impulse Sports
December 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Gary Kubiak to Address Media at Noon, Leading to Speculation That Texans Coach Could Be Fired

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...
Via NESN.com
December 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Texans Kubiak Feeling the Heat

With the Tampa Bay Buccaneers riding a three game win streak, their head coach Greg Schiano might be off the hot seat as the first NFL head coach to be fired this season. Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak has supplanted Schiano as the coach on the hottest seat in the NFL. The Texans dropped a doozy of a game, 13-6, to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. With the loss, the Texans...
Via Universal Takeover Sports Network
November 25, 2013  |  Discuss

So When is Gary Kubiak Going to Be Fired?

A 13-6 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars? Really? Talk about the mighty falling! The Houston Texans were supposed to be a Super Bowl contender going into this season, but instead have become the worst team in the NFL.Yes, they are 2-9 just like Jacksonville--but they lost to Jacksonville! I still can't believe it...@HoustonTexans/TwitterThe fans are not happy and many have taken...
Via FatManWriting
November 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Houston Texans need to fire Gary Kubiak

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 […]
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
November 24, 2013  |  2 Comments

Texans Could Part Ways With HC Gary Kubiak On Monday

John McClain of the Huston Chronicle wouldn’t be surprised to see Texans owner Bob McNair fire HC Gary Kubiak on Monday now that the Texans have earned the dubious distinction of being the worst team in the NFL. A loss to the Jaguars is as bad it gets given how poorly Jacksonville has looked throughout the season. Houston got off to a 2-0 start, but have since lost a staggering...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
November 24, 2013  |  1 Comment

Gary Kubiak Has Set the Stage for Kevin Sumlin to Take Over in Houston

Folks in College Station will not like to hear this, but after last Sunday the stage is set for Kevin Sumlin to take over the Houston Texans.@SVPandRussillo/TwitterGary Kubiak has had a good run in Houston, but with the way this season has gone it would be shocking to see him back on the sideline next year for the Texans. The team has not been prepared, discipline is poor (Sunday’s...
Via FatManWriting
November 19, 2013  |  2 Comments
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