In a series of Tweets, John McClain made it very clear that he has changed his tune on whether the Texans coaching staff will be back next season after an embarrassing comeback win by the Denver Broncos occurred Sunday evening. He now seems to think that the coaches will be goners:
Wow. Texans are in a flex scheduling game. The Jax game is 3:15, which just prolongs the agony of a staff that’s going to be fired. After the way the Texans blew Denver game leading 17-0 at halftime and 23-10 in the 4th quarter, I’ll be stunned if the staff isn’t fired.
I don’t say this very often, but: you and me both, John. You and me both. There’s absolutely no way this team can justify keeping Kubiak as a head coach after the trainwreck that this team has pulled over the past two months and the utter disgrace that their defense has been this season.
The Texans, notoriously quiet on these matters, have not tipped their hand at all on what will be done at the end of the season. But it’s clear that the fan backlash of keeping Kubiak would be felt at a time when season ticket renewals already have the added question of a lockout to deal with.