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Schefter: O’Brien likely stays as Texans coach

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

In a shocking turn of events, the Houston Texans are now expected to keep their head coach Bill O’Brien. Prior to Sunday, everything pointed to there being a split in Houston, Texas.

There was even a report by Houston Chronicle’s Aaron Wilson that said the relation between O’Brien and general manager Rick Smith was “toxic.” Yet, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, O’Brien will likely have his job for at least another season.

The Texans end their season on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. Houston could potentially end their season with a 5-11 record.

The wheels have fallen off the cart for the Texans when rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson went down with a season-ending torn ACL in November. He has even went publicly in his support of O’Brien earlier this month.

Watson was having an historic season, before his season came to an end on November 2nd. Since then, it has been a revolving door at quarterback.

O’Brien is 31-32 in the past four seasons with the Texans. He also led Houston to back-to-back AFC South Championships in 2015 and 2016.

In those playoff appearances, O’Brien is 1-2. He was 1-1 in 2016, before losing to the New England Patriots in the AFC Divisional game.

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