Chiefs Offensive Coordinator- Eric Bieniemy
Bieniemy has the offensive coordinator for the Kansas City Chiefs for three seasons. The Kansas City Chief’s offense in 2019 was Top ten in numerous Categories such as Total yards per game (379.2), and total points scored (28.2). The result was a Superbowl championship. He’s a big part of the development of Quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Whom in his first year starting won MVP and threw for 50 touchdowns and over 5000 yards passing without knowing how to read defenses.
According to HBO the shop, Patrick Mahomes reveals that he didn’t know how to read defenses until the second half of the 2019 season. That’s incredible as it shows an ability in Bieniemy to recognize his strengths and orchestrate plays to make him as comfortable as possible.
Buffalo Bills Offensive Coordinator – Brian Daboll
The third-year offensive coordinator for the Buffalo Bills should get some consideration. He’s had a big hand in the development of quarterback Josh Allen. All of Allen’s numbers have gone up this season by a substantial amount. For example, Allen threw 20 touchdowns all last season compared to 37 touchdowns this season.
Ravens Offensive Coordinator- Greg Roman
Under the Guidance of Greg Roman in 2019, The Ravens had their best offense in team history. They were number one in points per game (33.2), Rushing yards (206.0) per game, and became the first team in NFL history to average 200 yards passing & rushing. Roman has experience in navigating Offenses around Mobile Quarterbacks. For instance, Kaepernick had the best season of his career in 2013 with 21 touchdowns and a 12-4 record, Buffalo Bills Quarterback Tyrod Taylor had the best season of his career(2015) and earned his only Probowl nod. Not to mention, Lamar Jackson won MVP last season.
The Jaguars should really think about what they want. This is a important hire that can change the franchise for seasons to come.
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