Lamar Miller says the Houston Texans’ offense is different this year thanks to head coach Bill O’Brien.
One of the biggest changes that head coach Bill O’Brien has made this offseason is the fact that he’s now in charge of the Texans’ offense after former offensive coordinator George Godsey was fired earlier this offseason.
Houston running back Lamar Miller says he’s already seen a difference in the offense in comparison to last season.
From Sarah Barshop of ESPN:
"“Yes, it’s different from last year,” Miller said. “I think a lot of guys — they’re buying into what [Bill] O’Brien’s been telling us throughout the whole course of the OTAs. The guys are excited and we’re just out there competing against the defense every day.”"
The most important thing is that Miller and the rest of the offense is buying into what O’Brien is selling. That’s half the battle.
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With the Texans’ players buying into the offense, it will help them gel together and be on the same page. Which is huge with a new starting quarterback.
Whether it’s Tom Savage of Deshaun Watson under center this year, everyone believing in what the Texans are trying to do on offense will go a long way in helping them once again win the AFC South.