Tim Kelly influence crucial in Titans' passing game, which had 10 games under 200 yards

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans’ passing offense disappointed too often last season.

It ranked 23rd in the NFL and had 10 games under 200 yards passing. It regularly started slowly.

Then on draft day, the Titans traded away their one explosive receiver, A.J. Brown, drafting Traylon Burks to help fill the void.

Tim Kelly

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But another big addition is Tim Kelly, who Mike Vrabel coveted as offensive coordinator in 2021 when Arthur Smith left a void at the spot when he became head coach of the Falcons. Kelly was not able to leave his post in Houston and Vrabel promoted Todd Downing, who didn’t have a great debut.

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