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Matt LaFleur
Offensive Coordinator

Biography

The Tennessee Titans on January 30 named Matt LaFleur offensive coordinator.

LaFleur joins the Titans after spending one year as the offensive coordinator for the Los Angeles Rams, who ranked first in the NFL in scoring and 10th in total offense.

“Matt brings an energy and an offensive diversity to our team,” said Vrabel. “He is going to develop an offense that puts our players in position to have success. Matt has worked with some great offensive minds, helped game plan on those staffs and I am looking forward to seeing him take that next step as a play-caller.”

LaFleur was part of the Rams offensive revival last year, in his first season with the team. Rams RB Todd Gurley led the NFL in scrimmage yards (2,093), was second in rushing yards (1,305) and QB Jared Goff ranked fifth in passer rating (100.5). As an offense, Los Angeles more than doubled their points scored per game, going from 14 per game to 29.8 per game. The team also improved to the ninth-best 3rd down offense and 14th in red zone offense. LaFleur has experience working with some of the brightest offensive minds in the NFL as he spent time with Mike Shanahan, Gary Kubiak, Kyle Shanahan and Sean McVay.
The Tennessee Titans on January 30 named Matt LaFleur offensive coordinator.

LaFleur joins the Titans after spending one year as the offensive coordinator for the Los Angeles Rams, who ranked first in the NFL in scoring and 10th in total offense.

“Matt brings an energy and an offensive diversity to our team,” said Vrabel. “He is going to develop an offense that puts our players in position to have success. Matt has worked with some great offensive minds, helped game plan on those staffs and I am looking forward to seeing him take that next step as a play-caller.”

LaFleur was part of the Rams offensive revival last year, in his first season with the team. Rams RB Todd Gurley led the NFL in scrimmage yards (2,093), was second in rushing yards (1,305) and QB Jared Goff ranked fifth in passer rating (100.5). As an offense, Los Angeles more than doubled their points scored per game, going from 14 per game to 29.8 per game. The team also improved to the ninth-best 3rd down offense and 14th in red zone offense. LaFleur has experience working with some of the brightest offensive minds in the NFL as he spent time with Mike Shanahan, Gary Kubiak, Kyle Shanahan and Sean McVay.

LaFleur spent two seasons (2015-16) as the quarterbacks coach with the Atlanta Falcons before going to the Los Angeles Rams for the 2017 season. While with the Falcons, QB Matt Ryan earned NFL MVP honors and the team earned an NFC Championship. In 2016, Ryan threw for 4,944 yards and 38 touchdowns for a 117.1 quarterback rating. LaFleur spent one season (2014) coaching quarterbacks at Notre Dame after spending four years (2010-13) with the Washington Redskins as the quarterbacks coach. He started his NFL coaching career with the Houston Texans as an offensive assistant (2008-09). Prior to joining the NFL coaching ranks, he spent time at Ashland University (2007-08) as offensive coordinator, Northern Michigan (2006), Central Michigan (2004-05) and Saginaw Valley State (2003). LaFleur was a three-year starting quarterback at Saginaw Valley State, guiding his team to the Division II playoffs each season.

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