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American football is not just the most popular sport in America but is also extremely popular across worldwide. With a ardent fan base & many of the affluent athletes in the universe, Football's past can be delineated back to the early part of the twentieth century when a few leagues cropped up in various regions throughout the country.
These days the NFL, or National Football League, is the most well-known sports leagues in the world and, depending on where you live in the U.S., if you're a football fan you probably have defined and distinct allegiance to the team that either plays football in your city or one nearby.
For example, if you live in Houston you are probably a Texans fan. Texans fans are, to put it gently, extremely boastful of their team and have no hesitation voicing their particular opinion about how great it is and how tough the Houston Texans roster is. They say that if you're an Houston Texans fan you bleed Texans colors and, frankly, I for one wouldn't want to test this theory on any dyed in the wool Texans enthusiast at game time.
There are 32 teams around the United States that play in the NFL and your alliances usually will be formed predicated on either where you grew up or where you were born. This actually makes for interesting and gut wrenching games because, since Americans tend to move quite frequently, you can often find many fans of one city's team located in a completely different city but still rooting for "their" team when they come to town to play the home team.
Some states, and even some cities, have more than one NFL team to represent them. Normally you can find one of these teams representing the NFC, or National Football Conference, while the other represents the Atlantic Football Conference, or AFC.
The Houston Texans football coach Gary Kubiak returned to his hometown of Houston on Jan. 26, 2006 becoming the second head coach in the history of the Houston Texans, replacing Dom Capers.
Coach Kubiak started his NFL coaching career with the San Francisco 49ers in 1994. As quarterbacks coach, he guided Hall of Famer Steve Young to his best season as a pro. Young was named the NFL MVP for the second time in his career.
Under Kubiak's tutelage, Young had a career-high 70.3 completion percentage. He threw 35 touchdowns, passed for 3,969 yards and set an NFL-record 112.8 passer rating, a mark that would stand for 10 seasons. Young captured Super Bowl XXIX MVP honors by tossing a record six touchdowns in San Francisco's 49-26 win over the San Diego Chargers.
In the spring of 1995, Kubiak returned to the Broncos as offensive coordinator, where he would steer Denver to the organization's best numbers in team history and help lead the team to seven postseason trips and two Super Bowl titles in 11 seasons.
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