Houston Texans defensive coordinator Frank Bush spotted at 2 a.m. at Appaloosa Grill

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Frank Bush, the man who oversees the worst passing defense in the NFL -- that of the Houston Texans -- saw his squad defeated by Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos on Sunday, and a writer at our sister paper in Houston is taking Bush, and his boss Frank Gary Kubiak, to task over it.

Bush might have been hindered on Sunday afternoon by the fact he was still out at 2 a.m. on Sunday night on the 16th Street Mall. Whoops!

Sean Pendergast of the Houston Press was in Denver this past weekend to see the Texans-Broncos game and found himself at the Appaloosa Grill, 535 16th Street, just before 2 a.m. when he writes that he saw Bush in the popular bar and grill.

I was out in Denver late Saturday night before the Broncos game at a very respectable local establishment, enjoying a few beverages with friends, and your defensive coordinator Frank Bush was there until close (around 2 a.m.), just like me. To be VERY clear, Bush didn't appear to be doing anything Deadspin-worthy, he was just socializing with people and appeared to be enjoying himself. Like the rest of us.

However, he's not like the rest of us. He's the defensive coordinator for your team and the game is in twelve hours.

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