With Mike Groh officially out of the picture, the Philadelphia Eagles will be looking for a new offensive coordinator in 2020.
One day after Doug Pederson said Mike Groh would officially be back for the 2020 season, the Philadelphia Eagles apparently had different plans after announcing on Thursday the former offensive coordinator would not return.
Even before all of the key injuries surrounding the Eagles on offense, there was already plenty of frustration surrounding Groh due to the fact that he didn’t seem capable of getting the best from players.
Now that Groh is officially out, the attention shifts to potential candidates that Philadelphia may consider hiring, which hopefully won’t take too long.
Philadelphia’s season just ended less than a week ago, but the last thing they want to do is miss out on someone great due to another team being more aggressive in pursuit.
When looking at all of the talent Carson Wentz will be fortunate enough to work with in 2020, this position seems like it would be a dream job for the next offensive coordinator, whether it happens to be Miles Sanders entering his second year or simply Zach Ertz.
Most Eagles fans seem to have a pretty good idea of which coordinators they would love to see Pederson and the organization hire, but also there are numerous candidates the team should want to avoid as well.
Since most of the attention at the moment is on the best potential fits for Philadelphia, here are a few guys that should be avoided at all costs so the Eagles aren’t at risk to miss out on the playoffs for the first time in four years during the 2020 season.