Houston Texans Post Season Maneuvers

Bill StellContributor IJanuary 12, 2010

HOUSTON - DECEMBER 13:  Quarterback Matt Schaub #8 of the Houston Texans warms up as Texans head coach Gary Kubiak looks on before the game against the Seattle Seahawks at Reliant Stadium on December 13, 2009 in Houston, Texas.  (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)
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January 12, 2010 by Exsquid | Houston Texans, Texans free agents, Texans post season

The Texans ended the season with a bang, beating the once mighty Patriots 34-27 for their first winning season in team history.  Unfortunately they missed the playoffs.

With that being said the post season maneuvers started almost as soon as the game was over.  When the Redskins fired their head coach and brought in Mike Shanahan, Houston lost their Offensive Coordinator Kyle Shanahan.  Kyle left to join his dad in Washington, which everyone knew would happen.

It also appears that Offensive Line Coach Alex Gibbs is going to Seattle.  This leaves Houston in search of two coaches.  Head Coach Kubiak has already interviewed several available coaches for the OC job and the front runner seems to be Rick Dennison from Denver, where he is (was) the offensive line coach.

The question now is: if Rick Dennison does take the OC job will he also take over as offensive line coach or will Kubiak find someone to take that job.

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