Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Texans Coach Expected to Miss Next Game; Team Trying Out Three Kickers

Against the Cardinals the team will hopefully notch its third win of the season and end this losing streak, but if they do it will be without their head coach on the field with them.

Kubiak has been cleared to leave the hospital finally after suffering a mini-stroke at halftime of Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts. Without him the team did not look the same in the second half, and was not able to get back in the end zone after scoring three touchdowns in the first half.

The Houston Chronicle is reporting that he will likely not be on the sideline Sunday against the Cardinals. Considering the man just had a major health crisis I'd say that's pretty understandable.

Depending on what else happens this week former Texas A&M kicker Randy Bullock may not be there either. Word is the team is trying out three kicker this week including former Texans kicker Neil Rackers. Bullock has struggled this season hitting just 13 of 21 attempts.

The team has not said that he would be cut if they signed another kicker, but the fact that they are bring other guys in has to mean they are thinking about it.

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