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Texans Head Coach David Culley Career Highlights

With 27 years of NFL coaching experience and 15 years at the collegiate level, Houston Texans Head Coach David Culley has a list of notable accomplishments in his football career as player and coach.

  • Culley has won 10 division titles, made the playoffs in 17 different seasons and appeared in six conference championship games in his NFL career.
  • In 2020, Culley helped an offense post the seventh-most points per game (29.3) in the league and earn a playoff berth.
  • The Ravens offense led the NFL in scoring in 2019 (33.2 points per game) and ranked second in the league in total yards per game (407.6). The team also set franchise records for touchdowns (64), points (531), net yards (6,521), rushing yards (3,296), first downs (386) and fewest turnovers (15).
  • Ravens WR Marquise Brown logged a historic 2019 when he tied the Ravens franchise record for the most receiving touchdowns (seven) by a rookie.
  • Helped develop Bills QB Josh Allen, who posted the franchise record for the most total touchdowns (18) produced by a Bills rookie quarterback in 2018.
  • In 2015 with the Chiefs, WR Jeremy Maclin notched 1,088 receiving yards and set a single-season franchise record for the most receptions (87) by a wide receiver.
  • During his 14 seasons with Philadelphia, the Eagles made nine playoff appearances and advanced to five NFC Championship games and one Super Bowl (2004).
  • From 2009-11, Eagles WR Jeremy Maclin caught more passes (189) than any other wide receiver in their first three seasons in franchise history.
  • Culley worked closely with Eagles WR DeSean Jackson and helped him earn the first two Pro Bowl selections of his career (2009-10).
  • In 2004, Eagles WR Terrell Owens earned First-Team All-Pro honors when he posted 77 receptions for 1,200 yards (15.6 avg.) and a franchise-record 14 receiving touchdowns.
  • In 1997, with the Steelers he assisted WR Yancey Thigpen in his Pro Bowl season when he logged a career-high 1,398 receiving yards and seven touchdowns.
  • As the quarterbacks coach at Southwestern Louisiana from 1985-88, he coached Brian Mitchell who became the first player in NCAA history to pass for more than 5,000 yards and rush for more than 3,000 yards in a career.
  • Culley was recruited to play at Vanderbilt University by Bill Parcells, who was the defensive coordinator there at the time and he became the first Black quarterback ever to play for the Commodores.

Houston Texans announce David Culley as Head Coach.

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