We've got a tough schedule this year and it looks pretty grim for our coaching staff. I guess I might be a little late, but who do you like to see as coaches for the Texans? I like: Head Coach Al Saunders - KC Offensive Coordinator - Saunders has presided over the NFLs most prolific scoring offense over the last four seasons. During that span, no NFL team has registered more points than the 1,754 accumulated by the Chiefs, an average of 27.4 ppg. Jeff Tedford- Cal's head coach won his second Pac-10 Coach of the Year award in three seasons in 2004, as voted by his peers, marking the first time a Cal coach has won the award twice in his career. One of six finalists for the 2004 Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year Award, Tedford was rewarded with a new five-year contract by Cal on Dec. 6. Last year's team chiseled out the best regular-season record at the university since Pappy Waldorf's 1950 team registered a 9-0-1 mark Mike Zimmer - In 11 NFL seasons - four as the Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator - Mike Zimmer has established himself as one of the league's top assistant coaches. Six times in his 11 seasons, the Dallas defense finished the year ranked in the top 10 in total defense, and seven times the club ranked in the top 10 in pass defense. Offensive Coordinator Terry Shea- KC QB Coach - Owning an extensive offensive resume with 35 years of coaching experience, Shea comes from the coaching family tree of Pro Football Hall of Fame coach Bill Walsh and has been particularly adept at grooming players at the quarterback position during his distinguished coaching career. We need more of a West Coast offense with the players we have. Jim Zorn - Seattle QB Coach - Zorn has proven his fundamental guidance with the development of Pro Bowler Matt Hasselbeck who set a franchise record with 3,841 passing yards in 2003. Hasselbeck has become the franchises most-efficient passer (83.7 rating) while joining Zorn as the only franchise quarterback to pass for 3000-plus yards in three consecutive seasons. Jim Caldwell - Colts Asst Head Coach enters his first season as assistant head coach/quarterbacks coach of the Colts after serving the prior three seasons as the clubs quarterbacks coach. Caldwell joined Indianapolis from Tampa Bay, where he served in the same capacity during the 2001 season. Caldwell assists in an offense that has had one of the most successful passing attacks in the NFL over the past six years Defensive Coordinator Darren Perry Pittsburch - Defensive Backs Coach - He's one of the best up and coming coaches. A good QB on the defensive side of the ball when he was a player, doing well with young talent now. Pepper Johnson - New England Defensive Line coach - helped upgrade the line for the Patriots and coached through many positional player changes. Mike Tomlin Tampa Bay - DB Coach - Enters his fifth season with the Buccaneers as the defensive backs coach. During his four-year tenure, the Buccaneers defense has ranked in the top five in the NFL in total defense three times while ranking in the top five in pass defense all four seasons, including number one rankings in 2002 and 2004. In 2002, Tomlins top-ranked secondary recorded four of Tampa Bays five INTs, returning two for TDs, in Super Bowl XXXVII as his unit helped lead Tampa Bay to its first world championship.