I'm not one of the ones right now calling for Gary Kubiak's job, actually. But some of the gripes and complaints make a lot of sense.
For example, the play calling leaves a lot of people scratching their heads. You are facing a 3rd-and-9 and you throw a one-yard pass? What the hell?
How about the fact that you have Bernard Pollard trying to cover Owen Daniels and he only accrues 13 yards on two catches?
Or how about when Ben Tate is averaging 4.6 yards per carry and you sit him on the bench?
Should I even bring up the numerous boneheaded play calls on fourth down today?
How about not challenging the atrocious "incomplete pass" call in the first quarter? It was clearly not an incomplete pass and the Ravens scored a touchdown a few plays later.
I could go on and on, but I won't. Every game you are going to have moments of second guessing every move a coach makes. But to be calling for Gary Kubiak's job because two of his losses this year have been on the road against the Ravens and the Saints, two legitimate Super Bowl contenders, is quite a stretch.
Texans fans are no doubt exhausted at being painfully mediocre, but what they seem to forget is that most of them said when they first saw the schedule that they'd be happy to be 4-2 or 3-3 after the first six games on the schedule.
If you feel like backtracking on that now, I'm sure the Titans bandwagon would love to have you allegiance.