Hoping Tim Kelly actually had little influence on the Titans' offense in 2022

GTim KellyNASHVILLE, Tenn. – Here’s hoping Tim Kelly was a backburner guy, an advisor in the mold of Jim Schwartz and not a big factor in the Titans' offense in 2021, his first year with the team.

His title said he was the passing game coordinator, and that passing game was terrible, firstly because of the poor personnel. Surrendering to A.J. Brown’s noise and demands and dealing him to Philadelphia neutered the offense, deciding Aaron Brewer would suffice to replace Rodger Saffold was an overconfident move and Robert Woods brought zero explosion to town. Then injuries stacked up and created more issues.

But Mike Vrabel’s said he doesn’t want to be known for coaching talent and I’d think that would apply to the guys who coach for him too.

And so very high on the list of questions for him when he speaks later this afternoon, a question he will doubtlessly dodge, is what exactly did Tim Kelly do last season that puts him in position to recraft an offense and call plays for it?

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