Texans Fire Head Coach/GM, Bill O'Brien


Written by B. Keith Crear III | SFL Photographer & Writer

The Houston Texans have fired Bill O'Brien as head coach and general manager on Monday. A move that comes after the team falls to 0-4 for the 2020 season.

The termination was reported by ESPN's Dan Graziano and Adam Schefter and later confirmed by the team.

Shortly after being let go, O'Brien gave his final remarks as a member of the ball club to reporters, offering gratitude for all that his team accomplished under him, as well as recognizing everything the city of Houston has given him and his family.

The fans of Houston are rejoicing as the feeling of, "Its about time" circulates through social media groups and fan pages. But the main question is...... Is the firing too late? Has the damage been done?

In case you remember, O'Brien traded away D. Hopkins for next to nothing a few months back that shocked not only the Houston fan base but the NFL as well. Along with Hop, remember Clowney wasn't resigned and was let to go to the Seahawks who later signed with Titans this year. And if also remember, UT pick D'Onta Foreman was released from the team, who also just recently signed with the Titans.

With the release of key players, you began to wonder if this was a sabotage. Well that's a question we will never know. In the mean time, Romeo Crennel will take interim as Head Coach of the Texans.

We will see how much of an improvement this 0-4 season changes. 

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