Texans will need a new coach after 2010

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The Houston Texans have given head coach Gary Kubiak a contract extension as owner Bob McNair cited continuity as a reason for it.

The fact of the matter is that after the 2010 season the Texans will be looking for a new head coach.

Continuity is about the worst reason that an owner can say when keeping a coach.

The reason is that it is nothing more than a lame excuse to not fire a head coach and pay him for sitting on his rear.

I will admit that the Texans are in a tough spot as they have to beat out the Indianapolis Colts every year for the division, which is nearly impossible.

However, the New Orleans Saints proved that it is possible to beat the Colts with a solid game plan, which means the Texans have to change their approach defensively to Colts quarterback Peyton Manning.

In the end if Kubiak loses both games next year to the Colts then he should be shown the door.

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