The initial five entries on the to-do list for the newly appointed Titans coach, Brian Callahan.

Brian Callahan is set to take on the role of rebuilding the Tennessee Titans, according to reports. Having spent five years directing the Bengals’ offense, where he worked with top-tier quarterback Joe Burrow, Callahan contributed to the Bengals’ Super Bowl appearance in 2021 and clinched the challenging AFC North title twice.

At 39 years old, Callahan brings extensive coaching experience, having collaborated with notable quarterbacks like Burrow, Peyton Manning, Derek Carr, and Matthew Stafford. A noteworthy achievement in his coaching career was his work with Jake Browning, a 27-year-old backup without prior NFL experience, who stepped in for the injured Burrow in the Bengals’ final seven games. Under Browning’s leadership, the Bengals secured four victories, ranking fifth in passing yards per game (265.0), eighth in total yards per game (360.5), and seventh in points per game (26.1).

Now, Callahan faces the task of leading a team that finished the previous season with a 6-11 record and ranked in the bottom third of the NFL in various offensive and defensive categories. The challenges and key issues confronting the new coach are of significant interest.

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