2012 Pro Bowl AFC Coaches: Gary Kubiak In Charge In Honolulu

When the AFC takes the field for the 2012 Pro Bowl on Sunday, Houston Texans' coach Gary Kubiak will lead the charge. It's not quite like leading a team onto the field during the Super Bowl, but its a decent consolation prize.

Kubiak's Texans made the playoffs for the first time in franchise history this season, finishing 10-6 and winning the AFC South. They beat the Cincinnati Bengals in the Wild Card Round but succumbed to the Baltimore Ravens in the Regional Round.

Kubiak is 47-49 in six seasons with Houston and the team has finished .500 or better in five of them. Previous to working with the Texans, he was a longtime Denver Broncos assistant and offensive coordinator, not to mention a player on three of their Super Bowl teams.

Kubiak brings Offensive Coordinator Rick Dennison and Defensive Coordinator Wade Phillips with him to run the respective units.

For updates leading up to the Pro Bowl and the Super Bowl, keep it with SB Nation's NFL hub.

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