Eric Bieniemy Is Interviewing for a Head Coaching Position, so Who Could Replace Him as the Offensive Coordinator?
For consecutive years Kansas City Chiefs former running backs coach and current offensive coordinator (Eric Bieniemy) could finally land a head coaching gig but who will replace him?
It’s not breaking news to the Chiefs Kingdom that O.C.E.B could potentially be leading a new franchise next season. Bienemy has been coaching under Head Coach Andy Reid for nine years. Starting in 2013 as the teams running backs coach until being promoted to offensive coordinator prior to the 2018 season.
Under Bieniemy’s leadership, the Chiefs offense flourished with top five finishes in passing and top six in scoring the past four seasons. Going along with his team finish accolades, Bieniemy also has seven playoff wins to add to his name as well as two AFC titles and a Super Bowl Championship.
Bieniemy has been held in high regards by both his players and coaches. As much as the fanbase in K.C would hate to see him go, we would also love to see this man succeed and get his well deserved opportunity as a head coach.
As for the names to replace him, we will dive into that now.