What Went Wrong for Bill O’Brien
The Houston Texans fired head coach and general manager Bill O’Brien on Monday after more than six seasons with the organization and four AFC South division titles.
Associate head coach Romeo Crennel will take over as interim head coach.
The former head coach was asked in his final media presser if he had any regrets. O’Brien replied, “I think that every decision we made was always in the best interest of the team. We had long conversations. We put a lot of research into them. There were things that happened within the walls of an organization that the outside public will really never know and that’s just the way it is.”
Sports2Nite’s Jill Jelnick looks back on O’Brien’s tenure and what went wrong for the Houston Texans.