March 24, 2018

Texans To Let Offensive Coordinator Position Go Unfilled for 2014

Bill O'Brien

Bill O’Brien

From Sunday’s Q&A in the Houston Chronicle, Head Coach Bill O’Brien made it known that the Houston Texans will more than likely have no offensive coordinator for the 2014 season. O’Brien early last week let it be known that he would be calling plays on game day, which came as a mild surprise.

Not having an offensive coordinator leaves all decisions on O’Brien and this includes all head coaching decisions overseeing day-to-day operations for the team. For a first time NFL head coach, O’Brien is taking on a big task with calling the offense, so his coaching staff will play a big part on the overall success of the team.

Currently the Texans are still trying to finalize their coaching staff for the season.


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One Response to “Texans To Let Offensive Coordinator Position Go Unfilled for 2014”
  1. Clarence says:

    What this tells me is that the Texans “Head Coach” title is just that…a title. We will have two coordinators (offensive and defensive), and NO head coach, really. So, let’s call it like it is folks! And by the way, there are other teams who are doing this as well. In Dallas, it just happens to be the owner (hehe).

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