Texans’ OC Bobby Slowik reveals what DeMeco Ryans told him as he makes his final decision on his future with the team…

In his inaugural season as the offensive coordinator for the Houston Texans, Bobby Slowik showcased remarkable skills, prompting discussions about his continued tenure. Recent reports indicate that Slowik has committed to an extended stay in Houston, having reached an agreement on a new contract that comes with a substantial salary increase, as disclosed by NFL insider Albert Breer.

Notably, Slowik’s success wasn’t the sole reason for attention within the Texans’ coaching staff. Jerrod Johnson, the quarterbacks coach, attracted interest from various teams seeking to appoint him as their offensive coordinator. However, mirroring Slowik’s decision, Johnson opted to remain with the Texans.

The team, led by rookie quarterback CJ Stroud, enjoyed an outstanding offensive performance in their first season together. Stroud, hailing from Ohio State, achieved a historic debut, amassing 4,108 passing yards, 23 touchdowns, and a mere 5 interceptions. Notably, he became the first rookie in NFL history to lead in touchdown-to-interception ratio and also topped the league in passing yards per game (273.9).

As Stroud’s proficiency advanced throughout the season, Slowik’s reputation as a potential head coach gained momentum, landing him on the shortlist for several coaching vacancies across the league. Looking ahead to the 2024 season, if Stroud and the Texans replicate their offensive prowess, it is likely that Slowik will once again attract attention from other teams seeking his coaching expertise.

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