NFL Offensive Coordinator Was Fired On Tuesday

Sunday marked the conclusion of a successful season for the Washington Commanders, as they defeated the Dallas Cowboys by a score of 20-9.

However, this was not sufficient to retain offensive coordinator Scott Turner in his position. According to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, the Commanders dismissed Turner on Tuesday.

Turner, the son of prominent former NFL coach Norv Turner, served as offensive coordinator for the Commanders for the previous three seasons, his first coordinating position in the NFL.

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Head coach Ron Rivera issued a statement confirming the situation and said that Turner's unit "did not meet the standards and level that I anticipated."

With 18.9 points per game, the Commanders concluded the 2022 NFL season ranked 25th in scoring and 20th in total offence.

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The offense's problems emanated mostly from the quarterback position, as the squad started three different players during the season.

Carson Wentz, who was acquired by the Commanders from the Colts in the offseason, completed 62.3% of his throws and had 11 touchdowns against nine interceptions in seven starts. 

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