3 unknown quantities for the Commanders heading into 2023 offseason

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Who will replace Scott Turner as Commanders OC?

Another key area that has some unknowns before the offseason is what exactly the Washington Commanders’ offense will look like in 2023. Scott Turner was fired after the campaign concluded, which came as no real surprise after another lackluster year that forced head coach Ron Rivera into a different approach.

Interviews have taken place with the likes of Anthony Lynn without an appointment coming to light. However, the landscape should become much clearer once the Super Bowl festivities are over.

The main target according to reports is Eric Biemiemy. Convincing the Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator to leave a thriving franchise led by quarterback Patrick Mahomes is a tough sell,  but giving the respected coach full control is something that might enhance his prospects of getting a head coaching gig down the line.

This hasn’t arrived for Bieniemy as yet. Whether that’s enough for a sideways move to another franchise is another matter.

In any case, the Commanders should have a contingency plan or two up their sleeve. Anything else has the scope to cause significant problems for Rivera in the third season under his leadership.

The sooner a new offensive coordinator is secured, the better. Because the Commanders call ill afford anything complicating matters with so much riding on the upcoming offseason period.