Back in the late 1990's, the NFL was on the brink of returning to Los Angeles.á On March 16, 1999 the 31 NFL owners voted to grant a team to LA, contingent on them getting together an ownership team and stadium deal. However, the city of LA would not allow tax dollars to go to a stadium.á The group that was to be the owners of the LA team offered to contribute $540 million towards an NFL team and stadium.á That's when Houston (the biggest rival to LA at the time for a team) stepped in with a $700 million offer. Money talks and the Texans were born. Now in their eighth season, Houston has gone from doormat to interesting team with promiseáto bonafide franchise.á And it all starts with head coach Gary Kubiak. It's more than mere chance that Kubiak is the new leader of this young franchi ...
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