March 22, 2018

Texans to Interview Mike Munchak for the Offensive Line Coach Position

The Houston Texans and Bill O’Brien are trying to reel in one of the best offensive lineman to play the game in Mike Munchak to coach the Texans offensive line. Munchak was fired as the Head Coach of the Tennessee Titans after not wanting to make changes to his coaching staff for the upcoming season.

As the Titans head coach he posted a 22-26 overall record in three seasons, he also was the offensive line coach from 1997-2010 for the franchise. He started as an offensive assistant for the Houston Oilers from 1994-1996 before moving with the franchise to Tennessee.

Munchak has spent 32 seasons with the Houston Oilers and Titans organization as a player and coach before being let go by the Titans. He played 12 seasons in the NFL as an offensive guard which eventually landed him in Canton, Ohio in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

As a player he had 9 Pro bowl selections, 10 All Pro selections, was part of the NFL 1980’s All-Decade Team and had his number 63 retired by the organization.

If O’Brien can land Munchak, it could be a steal for the Texans coaching staff and especially for an offensive line that struggled in 2013.



One Response to “Texans to Interview Mike Munchak for the Offensive Line Coach Position”
  1. hadaad says:

    When he got fired, I started hoping, but just small hopes.

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