After trading DeAndre Hopkins to the Arizona Cardinals this off-season, the Houston Texans were looking to start the 2020 season strong but everything went wrong once they stepped on the field starting the season 0-4 and now the team is making a change at Head Coach and General Manager. On Monday, the team fired Head Coach and General Manager Bill O’Brien after 7 years with the team. Romeo Crennel will take over as Interarm Head Coach for the rest of the 2020 season.

In 7 years with Houston Bill O’Brien had a record of 52-48 taking the team to the playoffs 4 times but never got past the Divisional Round. In 6 playoff games, O’Brien had a record of 2-4. During his time as General Manager, O’Brien made several questionable trades but his most recent one trading DeAndre Hopkins to the Arizona Cardinals sparked a lot of questions from the media and fans.

Photo Credit: Charlie Neibergall Associated Press

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