Well, there's worse things for some promising coordinator out there. They get the top RB in the game, a rising WR and possibly a QB who will dedicate himself to the game because he's in the final year of his contract. And, piggyback this with the drafting of a top QB, a trade or Rusty (if he shows potential) and you have a replacement ready to go a year after. Oh, and there's a few million dollars of take home to ease the pain. He may be. But Bud has done what Bud wants to do for a long time. Telling his coach and QB to get along is far from the worst thing he's been a part of as an owner. This is the Bud the people of Houston know well. Maybe. But he's diverted a lot of the attention from the team to himself and bought a lot of time to watch how the rest of the season unfolds before making any decisions.