Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by WoodysGirl, Dec 6, 2013.
Sounds like David Shaw.
Would very happily trade Callahan for Kubiak.
You might be onto something..
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. @McClain_on_NFL says he believes the #Texans will look at Stanford coach David Shaw. He hasn’t closed the door on an NFL job. Interesting.
Kubiak has his warts and their offense doesn't show it, but he's been considered one of the better play callers for a long time.
I think Shaw would do great in the NFL.
We can say goodbye to Rod Marinelli if Lovie is hired.
Bring in Kubiak as a run game coordinator or consultant for the remainder of the year
What Christmas movie is your avatar from?
Also, how long has Kubiak been head coach of the Texans? Seems like he had a pretty long time to get this team further than it has gone.
not from a movie. I found it online somewhere & loved the baby.
I don't know his tenure there. Years though & they've been very good once they got rolling up to this year. I think they rode the Schaub train too long. I agree with their owner though. They can just retool & be ok.
Are you sure? Granted he had Schuab as a qb but I don't see the offensive genius you do?
Schaub was good for awhile till he hurt his foot or leg or whatever.
I think Gary would be a huge upgrade.
I'm not trolling because you're not the first person I've heard say this.. I'm thinking back and when the texans offense was good they had foster/Tate pounding the rock and then they would run play action I believe 85% of the time (it was on sports science) and throw the ball to Andre Johnson or that TE. Is that what you are referring to?
I'm pretty sure wade sabotaged kubiak. I mean right.
Oh and I bet gruden takes this job. Good defense, good stadium, good owner wiling to spend on the team.
Gruden has all the necessary parts on offense except a qb which he can figure out.
I imagine this is the exact situation he is looking for.
They've had a very good offense before. I believe also Gary was the OC when Denver won a SB. He had his hand in that coaching staff somewhere.
I think he'd be an upgrade over Callahan or Garrett. I don't even know anymore who is responsible for the Cowboys offense.
He'll get a job somewhere unless he is too ill & wants to retire. He can afford that I imagine.
I hope he takes some time off and gets his health issue squared away. The last thing you want to see is someone his age get struck down by a stroke.
I've been tossing around the idea myself, and I think the risk of "too many cooks in the kitchen" is too high. I don't know the relationship Kubiak and the Garrett staff have with him though. My guess is it is limited. My hunch is they would bristle a bit at an "expert" now consulting them.
Throw in the health concerns and I bet many teams shy away from the idea. In fact he may be done in the league, as a gesture of "Get well Gary" by the league. He is set financially anyway.
Yes that would be the smart thing to do. I agree. I saw where he had one year left on his contract so they'll have to pay that so he's set. I'm actually kind of surprised he did not just resign.
I suppose it comes down to how the contract is structured or written. Maybe if he resigns he doesn't get paid.
Not going to happen. Cowboys are going with the horses they rode in with. And rightfully so.