2. Kevin Patullo, Associate Head Coach/Passing Game Coordinator, Philadelphia Eagles
Say what you want about the Philadelphia Eagles, but they are still one of the best teams in the NFC and have a lot of firepower on offense. At times, there have been questions as to whether or not the Eagles "want it" enough this year. Jalen Hurts has made hints at the team needing to be more physical and playing more inspired.
But, passing game coordinator Kevin Patullo has still done a good job over the past three seasons in his role, and this year was also given the title of an associate head coach. Hurts is one of the best quarterbacks in the game, being able to do things both through the air and on the ground. While Levis isn't necessarily that type of quarterback, Patullo could still mesh well with he and the Titans' skill group.
One thing Patullo could do a whole lot better than Kelly is to get the ball into the hands of his playmakers in creative ways. Philadelphia does a great job scheming guys open, creating big play opportunities for players like A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith.
Assuming we can finally see Treylon Burks take a step and maybe get another productive year out of DeAndre Hopkins, I would like to think Patullo could work his magic here in Tennessee.