Rob Moore is in his third season with the Titans as wide receivers coach, his 19th NFL season as a player or coach, and his 12th total season in coaching.
In 2019, the Titans offense ranked fourth in the NFL in yards per play (6.12) and first in red zone efficiency (75.6 percent). From Week 7 to Week 17, as the team made its run to the playoffs, the Titans were third in total offense (406.2 yards per game) and 10th in passing (245.6 yards per game). Along the way, Moore helped second-round draft pick A.J. Brown put together one of the best seasons by a rookie in franchise history. Brown led the 2019 NFL rookie class in receiving yards (1,051), tied for the rookie lead in touchdown receptions (eight), and ranked fifth among rookies in receptions (52). Among all rookies in franchise history, Brown ranked third in receiving yards and fifth in receptions, and he tied for the third-highest receiving touchdown total. Among all NFL players in 2019—rookies and veterans—Brown finished second in receiving average (20.2), behind only the Los Angeles Chargers' Mike Williams (20.4).