Originally Posted by JB
Probably because the Texans had already let it be known that they were interested in interviewing Wisenhunt, and it would be foolish not to interview anyone that they had any interest in...
It's called doing your due diligence. I'm sure they drew up a strategic plan with the consultant, and you follow through on that.
But it's obvious O'Brien was so impressive that Mr. McNair fell in love. And Robert Kraft will strongly recommend McNair as one of the top owners in the league to work for to Bill O'Brien, his former employee. McNair wants his hire-him-and-keep-him Head Coach like Kraft has. He desires that same organizational stability. He knows turnover at the top puts you behind the eight ball.