The Tennessee Giant is removal from the knockout stages to Saturday’s 20-16 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars and getting some house cleaning done on Monday.
Each Jim Wyatt on the Titans’ website, Tennessee head coach Mike Vrabel informed offensive coordinator Todd Downing, offensive coach Keith Carter, sub-coach Anthony Midget and assistant offensive skills Erik Frazier that they will not be retained after a disappointing season as the club finished 7th-10th.
“I want to thank Todd, Keith, Anthony, and Erik for their service and commitment to our team during their time in Tennessee,” Vrabel said in a statement shared by Titans. “Each of them has influenced our organization, is dedicated to the process and is a loyal member of our coaching staff.”
It’s a propose In January last year, Downing could become the scapegoat after the Titans failed to win the playoffs as the AFC’s No 1 seed, falling 19-16 to Cincinnati Bengals. Vrabel spoke out in favor of Downing at the time, but the coordinator was in the title for a much different reason in November after he arrest for drunk driving and speeding after Thursday night’s win at the Green Bay Packers.
Vrabel however stuck with Crash until the end of the season. Like myles simmons mentioned for Pro Football Talk, the league has yet to announce any discipline for Downing in connection with the arrest.
Downing was originally promoted to Tennessee’s offensive coordinator role in 2021 after he spent two seasons as the team’s head coach. Based on GAME stats, the Titans finished the regular season in 30th place with an average of 296.8 offensive yards per game and 28th in points with an average of 17.5 points per game.