Matt LaFleur

The 39-year old LaFleur played briefly in the National Indoor Football League in 2002 and the Indoor Football League in 2004. He spent time coaching at the collegiate level before become offensive quality control coach for the Houston Texans in 2008. After time on the coaching staffs of the Washington Redskins (2010-2013), Notre Dame (2014), Atlanta Falcons (2015-2016) and Los Angeles Rams (2017), LaFleur became offensive coordinator for the Titans in 2018.
Most of his work has been developing quarterbacks and has been successful no matter who has been behind center. Not only has LaFleur developed quarterbacks, he began calling the plays for the Titans this season. Although the Titans haven’t been explosive on offense, ranking in the lower half in scoring, he’s gotten the most out of a bunch of mostly anonymous players. Many compare LaFleur to the likes of Frank Reich and Doug Pederson, whom have had a great deal of success with coaching the passing game. That is an attractive quality in a league that thrives on the passing attack.