Houston Texans May Clean House, Fire General Manager and Head Coach

The Houston Texans are wrapping up another brutal regular season, and it could lead to massive changes at all levels of the organization. Fox Sports' Jay Glazer mentioned during the Fox pregame show that the team was likely to part ways with head coach Lovie Smith and general manager Nick Caserio following today's game against the Indianapolis Colts.
The Texans entered Sunday's game with the league's worst record at 2-13-1, and they have few reasons for optimism besides the prospect of a high pick in the 2023 NFL Draft. Smith joined the team in March following last year's ugly 4-13 finish but clearly didn't move the needle in a positive fashion. Caserio joined the organization in 2021 and has overseen two losing seasons.

With each passing year, Smith's early success fades further and further from memory, so this disastrous stint may be his last as a head coach. He led the Bears to an 81-63 record from 2004 to 2012, but he hasn't coached a winning season since that last year with the Bears. As for Caserio, he could reunite with his former employers, the New England Patriots. Assuming he didn't burn any bridges on his way out, of course.
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