4. Frank Smith, Offensive Coordinator, Miami Dolphins
What the Miami Dolphins have done over the course of the last two seasons is nothing short of impressive. Head coach Mike McDaniel has turned that offense into the league's best unit as of right now, averaging well over 430 yards per game. Specifically, the Dolphins also lead the league in passing, putting up 287.4 yards per game through the air.
When it comes to rushing the ball, though, the Dolphins are also way up there in some specific categories. The Dolphins are averaging a whopping 5.9 yards per rush (1st in the NFL) while boasting the league's second-best rushing attack to boot.
Offensive coordinator Frank Smith could bring a similar offense to Tennessee, where there are already some good pieces in place. Wide receiver Treylon Burks isn't as fast as a Tyreek Hill or Jaylen Waddle, but he is still a promising young, possession receiver that Smith could scheme around. Running back Tyjae Spears is lightning in a bottle and would fit that rushing style perfectly, similar to a Raheem Mostert or De'Vone Achane.
Getting Smith in Tennessee would drastically change this offense's outlook and would give him an opportunity to prove he can develop a quarterback without McDaniel over his shoulders. Could Will Levis flourish in a Dolphins-like offense?