Question, how fukking bad does this dude interview?? https://www.startribune.com/if-kans...d-over-again-the-nfl-has-a-problem/600010446/ If Kansas City's Eric Bieniemy is passed over again, the NFL has a problem A report Wednesday suggested the coordinator of Kansas City's dominant offense won't get a head job again this offseason. By Michael Rand JANUARY 14, 2021 — 8:14AM TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE Since Eric Bieniemy took over as offensive coordinator of the Kansas City Chiefs in 2018, they have the No. 1 scoring offense and No. 1 total offense in the NFL. His lack of head coaching interviews is a problem for the league. 52 EMAIL Super Bowl-winning coaches like John Harbaugh and Doug Pederson, plus coaches who have turned teams around like Sean McDermott and Matt Nagy. Compared to, say, the Bill Belichick coaching tree it's even more successful. And yet Belichick assistants keep getting hired — some of them right after the Super Bowl, which brings us to the second assertion: that teams don't want to wait Bieniemy because Kansas City might still be playing for a few more weeks. Again, nonsense. Go back two cycles ago and you'll find assistants for the Patriots (Brian Flores) and Rams (Zac Taylor) who were named head coaches. The year before that, OC Frank Reich was hired by the Colts after leading the Eagles to a Super Bowl title. The year before that, OC Kyle Shanahan was hired by the 49ers after he helped the Falcons reach the Super Bowl. Teams wait for the best candidates all the time. Because, you know, hiring a coach that helped a team reach the Super Bowl is a good mark on a resume. There's no guarantee that Bieniemy will succeed as a head coach, but there is ample evidence that he deserves a chance. Maybe the Texans will end up doing the right thing. They've added Bieniemy to their list of head coach interview candidates, quite possibly as a means of repairing their relationship with QB Deshaun Watson. But if Bieniemy, who is Black, is passed by again this offseason the NFL will be left to confront an ugly truth: race still plays a role in how a lot of teams view candidates and keeps minorities from getting jobs they deserve.