I'd pick Hollywood's option up. If you think you're getting the version of him from the first half of the season before things fell apart, that's easily worth 13 mil.
And as frustrating as a lot of the coaching decisions over the course of the season have been, I can't imagine they don't all get a pass after this season. There's also a lot of credit deserved for what they pulled off too. But I could see Roman being on a bit shorter of a leash if the offense starts slow in 2022.
As I saw someone else post, seems like Roman's reached his ceiling here with this offense. It's been pretty much the same for him every stop of his career, and I don't see him as the man for the job to help the offense evolve into something more.