When you are able to walk into a city where the NFL team’s offense is truly horrible, turn them around and give them future relevance. Other teams in the NFL are going to want the same thing. Could Dirk Koetter be heading to a head coaching career? I certainly hope not.
“When you take over one of the worst offenses in the NFL, start three rookies, including one at quarterback, and finish the season with the No. 5 offense in the NFL, all while losing two of your three starting wide receivers and a tight end to injury, other teams will take notice. In the case of Bucs offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter, he has already been linked to the Philadelphia Eagles as a potential replacement for the fired Chip Kelly, and expect his name to be bantered about even more over the next few days as teams begin lining up interviews to fill their head coaching voids.” – Reported by Mark Cook
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