Yesterday, 1560's John Granato tweeted:
Bob McNair called a meeting for minority owners. Consensus: Kubiak has to go. They weren't sure about Rick Smith. Will he listen to them?— John Granato (@johngranato) November 18, 2013
Getting a bunch of ? abt McNair's meeting with minority owners. Wanted their opinion on team. They want Kubiak out. Undecided on Smith.— John Granato (@johngranato) November 18, 2013
The Houston Texans, thought by many before the season to be a Super Bowl contender, are 2-8. After Gary Kubiak's Waterloo at Reliant Stadium two days ago, it's almost impossible (for me, anyway) to imagine Kubes surviving this disaster of a season. But what about the yin to Kubiak's yang? What about Rick Smith, the Texans' general manager?
TDC asked a similar question a few weeks ago, back when the Texans were 2-5 and losers of only five (5) straight. At the time, the majority of those who voted felt like Smith wasn't in any real danger of losing his job. With another three losses on the ledger and the Ed Reed fiasco coming to an embarrassing end, feelings about Rick Smith's job performance may have changed.
I ask you now, BRB: Should the Texans fire Rick Smith at season's end? Note that the question is phrased as "should" and not "will." Cast your vote and elaborate on your position in the Comments.