Could Bobby Slowik Leave the Texans to be a Head Coach?
The offensive coordinator has some opportunities this offseason, but will he take them?
Bobby Slowik has a chance to be a head coach this offseason.
At least two teams have requested the offensive coordinator of the Texans to interview for their vacant head coach opening. Expect more to follow.
The Carolina Panthers, the worst team this past season, requested to interview Slowik. The Panthers beat the Texans in the regular season for one of their two wins. It lacked the offensive success the Texans had showcased before this game with C.J. Stroud throwing for just 140 yards in the loss.
The Washington Commanders have requested permission to interview Bobby Slowik as well. Slowik began his coaching career in the Washington organization as a defensive assistant. His dad was also a coach in Washington at the time.
Slowik coordinated the 12th overall offense in football and the 14th scoring offense this year but his candidacy is highlighted by his work with rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud. Stroud put together one of the best rookie seasons ever for a quarterback under Slowik and running his offense.
The budding superstar has never been shy about praising his offensive coordinator.