Tennessee Titans HC Brian Callahan is expected to hire elite assistant coach

The Tennessee Titans hit a home swing when they hired Brian Callahan as their new head coach

First and foremost, Callahan had the strongest credentials of any candidate in this coaching cycle, as well as glowing recommendations from anyone who had previously worked with him. 

Whether it's Peyton Manning, Zac Taylor, Matt Stafford, or the beat journalists who covered Callahan during his time in Cincinnati, everyone praises him as a coach and a person.

Those factors contributed to my belief that Callahan was the best option for the Tennessee Titans before the move was made official,

so did his track record of improving and developing every quarterback with whom he has worked.

However, Callahan has always had one significant advantage over the other coaching candidates: what his hire signifies for the future of the Tennessee Titans offensive line.

If you haven't heard, Brian Callahan's father is Bill Callahan, who is one of the NFL's most regarded offensive line coaches. 

 As the son of one of the best offensive line coaches in the last 30 years, Callahan will, at the very least, value and prioritize the offensive line.

It also means that I expect Callahan to be able to distinguish between offensive line coaches 

who are knowledgeable and offensive line coaches who do well in interviews. That is how you avoid Keith Carters and Jason Houghtalings in the NFL.

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