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Houston Texans Coaching News: The Search Is Down To David Culley, Leslie Frazier

According to the sources.

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John McClain reported today that the Texans’ head coaching search has whittled its way down to two candidates—Bills’ defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier and Ravens assistant head coach David Culley.

Both coaches have completed or are completing their second interviews. With Eric Bienemy, who may not even be really wanted by the team anyways, preparing for the Super Bowl, Houston may make their decision by the end of this weekend.

Apparently, Frazier and Culley interviewed really well. Both are not someone analysts, fans, or anyone related to the Houston Texans will be very excited about, and no one knows how Deshaun Watson feels about either coach.

At the end of the day, we don’t know if John McClain is right, or if Culley would be a good head coach after not having been a coordinator since he was at UTEP thirty years ago, or how Fraizer would do in a second stint as the boss, but I don’t think either candidate looks to be the best choice to build and develop an offense around Watson.