The following are my choices for the next Titans Offensive Coordinator
- Brad Childress - fired as Vikings Head Coach - Childress brings a lot to the table. He worked as QB coach and OC for the Eagles under Andy Reid, and was instrumental in the development of QB Donovan McNabb. He then served as Head Coach of the Vikings where until last year, their offense was always really good. Childress would also bring some head coaching experience in and can give Munchak guidance/suggestions as Munch sees fit.
- Tom Clements - current Green Bay QB Coach - What can you say? His team just won the Super Bowl. But I dug deeper and found out that Clements is a lawyer and actually practiced law for 5 years. He was also a QB coach at Notre Dame under Lou Holtz. He has been the QB coach for Green Bay since 2006 and has been instrumental in the development of QB Aaron Rodgers.
- James Urban - current Eagles QB Coach - Urban has spent his whole coaching career under Andy Reid in Philadelphia. He has been the QB coach since 2009. He has been instrumental in the development of QB Kevin Kolb and the turnaround of QB Mike Vick. He is known as a teacher, which would fit Munchak's philosophies. He was recently promoted to Assistant Offensive Coordinator in Philadelphia. He would be a great fit if the Titans are planning on seeking a trade for Kevin Kolb.
- Matt Cavanaugh - current Jets QB Coach - Cavanaugh is very interesting because he has 3 Super Bowl rings. One with the 49ers as a backup QB, one with the Giants as a backup QB, and one with the Ravens as the Offensive Coordinator. He has been an OC for the Ravens and Bears. As QB coach of the Jets, he has been very instrumental in the development of QB Mark Sanchez.
- Jim Zorn - fired as Ravens QB Coach - Zorn is very interesting because of his head coaching experience with the Redskins. He was clearly over his head there, but it is valuable experience nonetheless. Zorn was a starting QB for the Seahawks in his playing days. He made a name for himself as a long time QB coach for the Seahawks and was instrumental in the success of QB Matt Hasselbeck. He served last year as Ravens QB coach and Joe Flacco had a career year. There was some kind of rift between OC Cam Cameron and Zorn in Baltimore that led to his firing. Several offensive players have expressed their disdain that Zorn was let go. What else is interesting about Zorn is that he could be hired as QB coach and paired with one of these other 4 candidates to make a great tandem.