Houston Texans not set to make David Culley decision today
On the NFL’s infamous “Black Monday,” the Houston Texans may not be punctual.
The Houston Texans have never made much sense this season, from beginning to end. Since David Culley became head coach, one can lay a finger and select a confusing time anywhere along the timeline. The Justin Reid situation, the five running backs strategy, and on and on.
On the NFL’s 2022 Black Monday, where NFL coaches and executives are relieved of their duties, the Houston Texans are probably not going to decide in time on Culley. Instead, per Jeremy Fowler of ESPN, the Texans are expected to take their time and not rush a decision.
That’s great for those who think Culley has earned another year and the worst possible scenario for those Texans fans that want to see someone new.
Could the already-fired coaches be on the Houston Texans’ radar as the NFL’s Black Monday 2022 ramps up?
The NFL world was shocked when Brian Flores of the Miami Dolphins was let go this morning. Flores was arguably Miami’s best coach since Don Shula and had beaten the New England Patriots to close out the season two years in a row (thank you for that, Mr. Flores.)
It’s early in the day, and the Texans’ process have just begun, but Flores took over a team that was worse off than Houston is right now. Could Flores be the next guy to coach the Houston Texans? We’ll never know, as this Monday has officially gone crazy, and it’s not even 11 AM Central time.
Come back to this article for more updates on Culley’s job security with the team.