The Titans have found their offensive coordinator, and he’s a familiar face – successful assistant coach Arthur Smith.
Smith has been promoted after wrapping up his eighth season on the Titans coaching staff, and his third full season in charge of tight ends after taking over the group for the final nine games of the 2015 season.
Smith’s position group has been productive, led by veteran tight end Delanie Walker. He’s also helped develop young players, including tight end Jonnu Smith.
As the story said, during his time in Tennessee, Smith has worked under four different head coaches – a testament to his reputation and success. Smith began under head coach Mike Munchak, and he also hired by Ken Whisenhunt before Mike Mularkey promoted him when he took over. Smith replaces Matt LaFleur as offensive coordinator under Mike Vrabel. LaFleur left to take over as head coach of the Green Bay Packers earlier this month.
TEN TE Delanie Walker - Week 1 Fantasy Football Outlook
Week 1 at Miami Dolphins
Delanie Walker is the fantasy sunrise. You wake up on Monday morning and he's there, having produced a solid day. Miami allowed 10 touchdowns to opposing tight ends last season. Walker scored just three times last season, but that was as much an issue with Marcus Mariota as it was with Walker. The Dolphins were one of just three teams to allow 1,000 yards to opposing tight ends last season. Walker is a solid, if unspectacular TE1 start.