After a semi-retirement year in 2018, Moore started 2019 as a scout for the Dolphins during draft preparations, then was serving as a high school assistant coach before being signed by the Chiefs when Henne was injured in the preseason. He appeared in six games with two starts that year, replacing an injured Mahomes, throwing for 659 yards on a 64.8 percent completion rate with four touchdowns, with Kansas City going 1-1 in his starts.
And Watson still doesn’t seem to trust management to build a winning culture, no matter who they hire. There’s a good chance Houston’s next coach is working in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Sunday that the Texans want a second interview with Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy and Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier, adding Frazier “feels pretty good about his chances” of getting this job.
Report: Dolphins add one to offensive assistant staff