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December 17, 1985

Jerry Glanville was named the Houston Oilers' coach last week with a guarantee of remaining in that position if Houston won its final two games. Despite a 28-21 loss to the Cleveland Browns last Sunday, Glanville is still optimistic about himself and his team.

The best he can do now is close out the Oilers' season with a victory at Indianapolis Sunday. But he showed little concern over the two-win edict from General Manager Ladd Herzeg.

"If I was not the head coach again or the possibility of that, I've got all kinds of pluses that counteract that," he said, referring to his family life.

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