On Friday, the Jacksonville Jaguars will begin interviewing new head coaches: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich on Friday, and Alabama offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien next week.
Byron Leftwich has been with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for three seasons. This year, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers lead the league in advancing yards per game (405.8) and passing yards per game (306.6), and second in points per game (23.4). But the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are relatively poor in rushing yards, currently 27th in the league.
Bill O’Brien coached the Houston Texans for more than six seasons with a career record of 52-48 and led the team to four AFC South titles. Bill O’Brien was fired after the team started last season with a four-game losing streak.
Bill O’Brien previously served as both the head coach and general manager of the team, but made many criticized decisions, one of which was to trade wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, but the highest chip in exchange was only a second-round pick. .
Additionally, the Jacksonville Jaguars have applied to interview Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore, defensive coordinator Dan Quinn and Indianapolis Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus.