Written and authored by National Football League Expert Analyst Al Presto. Charliessports.com produces it for Football news and notes. Our 500-star Sports Premium Predictions have been winning at 75.5% rate and will continue into the 2016 Superbowl. Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak can look back and see perseverance is about. The one-time backup and close friend to Denver General manager John Elway earned everything. The former Texas A&M star was selected in the 1983 draft to play behind Elway. Kubiak, like any other NFL draftee, dreamed of someday being a starting signal-caller in the league. That didn’t happen, but he stayed the course, never complained and learned everything he could about football.
After retiring from the National Football League, Kubiak became an assistant coach in San Francisco in 1994 where he helped Steve Young win the 1994 Super Bowl. Kubiak then returned to the “MILE HIGH CITY” when Mike Shanahan became the head coach. He and Elway reconnected and helped the franchise to World title in 1997 and 1998. He then became one of the hottest young coaching commodities in the game. It didn’t take long for his hometown Houston Texans to name Kubiak the second head coach in the short history of the franchise. Kubiak replaces NFL guru Dom Capers. Not only was he living a dream, but it was also going to be in his hometown of “SPACE CITY”. The franchise made enormous strides under Kubiak and fan felt entirely connected to the Houston Texans. Houston, now a contender and earned their first playoff birth in 2012. The franchise got their first ever postseason victory in a 31-10 win over the Cincinnati Bengals.<br><br>
Expectations went off of the chain after the team got off to a 5-0 start the following season. Fans in “H-TOWN” got on the bandwagon. The Texans went 12-4, beat Cincinnati again in the playoffs but lost badly in New England in the divisional round. The start of the 2013 season was a nightmare after so many expectations. The real scare was in a nationally televised game, Kubiak collapsed on the sidelines. It was the low-point of his coaching career, and many wondered if he would ever roam the sidelines again. Kubiak says’s he learned a lot about trying to control every situation. That year the locker room was split, Andre Johnson and quarterback Matt Schaub publicly feuded. Johnson walked off of the field during a game. Look at Gary Kubiak now, he has an excellent relationship with the players in the locker room and allows things just to happen. Don’t me wrong, Kubiak still works hard but also trusts his staff. Congratulations coach you deserve it and have come a long way in your belief.
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