Zac Taylor — Los Angeles Rams QBs coach
The Rams seem to have it all figured out these days. And the Titans stole Matt LaFleur from Los Angeles last year, so they might as well go back to the well, right?
Taylor, who played college football at Wake Forest and Nebraska, is a young coach (35) who already has offensive coordinator experience.
In 2015, Taylor took over as the Miami Dolphins’ offensive coordinator when Bill Lazor was fired. In 2016, he served as the Cincinnati Bearcats’ offensive coordinator.
During Taylor’s lone partial season as the Dolphins’ offensive coordinator, Ryan Tannehill had the best season of his career, passing for 4,208 yards, 24 touchdowns and only 12 interceptions (Taylor was Tannehill’s quarterbacks coach from 2012-15, Tannehill threw for over 3,000 yards each of those seasons).
Taylor took the job at Cincinnati after he wasn’t retained by Adam Gase in Miami. He recently interviewed for the Arizona Cardinals’ head coaching vacancy (Arizona hired Kliff Kingsbury instead).
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