Pat O'Hara

Passing Game Analyst


Pat O'Hara is in his sixth season with the Titans and his first as passing game analyst. He joined the club in 2018 as quarterbacks coach after 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.  

During his five seasons as Titans quarterbacks coach, O'Hara helped Ryan Tannehill become the franchise career leader in passer rating (100.5 through 2022) and completion percentage (66.9) and rank sixth in passing yards (12,831) and fifth in passing touchdowns (89). From the time of Tannehill's first start in a Titans uniform (Oct. 20, 2019) through the conclusion of 2022, Tannehill's 100.7 passer rating ranked fourth in the NFL behind only Aaron Rodgers (106.0), Patrick Mahomes (103.3) and Jimmy Garoppolo (100.8).  

From 2019 to 2021, Tannehill became the franchise's first starting quarterback since Warren Moon (1987 to 1993) to direct his team to the playoffs in three consecutive seasons. Tannehill's 13 total game-winning drives in the same span ranked second behind only Raiders quarterback Derek Carr (14).  

In 2021, Tannehill placed third on the franchise's single-season passing charts in attempts (531), completions (357) and completion percentage (67.2), and he ranked fourth with 3,734 passing yards. He became the only quarterback other than Moon (1989–1991) to record multiple seasons with at least 3,500 passing yards with the franchise.  

In 2020, Tannehill ranked fifth in the NFL with a 106.5 passer rating, which was second in franchise history behind his own 2019 record (117.5). Tannehill produced top-five numbers on several other franchise single-season lists in 2020, including 40 total touchdowns (first), 3,819 passing yards (third), 33 touchdown passes (tied for second), 65.5 completion percentage (fourth) and 7.9 yards per attempt (tied for fifth).