Pat O'Hara



Pat O'Hara is in his third season with the Titans as quarterbacks coach after spending the previous three seasons (2015-17) with the Houston Texans. 

O'Hara brings a deep and varied set of experiences to the Titans, with a playing career as a quarterback that spanned 16 years in the NFL, World League and the Arena Football League. Additionally, he spent 10 years coaching in the AFL, including multiple stints as a head coach. 

In 2019, O'Hara was part of a staff that turned the season around from a 2-4 start to the team's first AFC Championship Game appearance in 17 seasons. The Titans traded for veteran Ryan Tannehill during the 2019 offseason, and in Week 7 he recorded his first start for the club. Tannehill subsequently set single-season franchise records and led the NFL with a 117.5 passer rating and a passing average of 9.6 yards per attempt. His passer rating was the fourth-highest figure in NFL history among qualifiers. Additionally, he set a club record and placed third in the NFL with a 70.3 completion percentage. He capped the season by winning the Associated Press Comeback Player of the Year Award in addition to Pro Bowl honors.