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Dowell Loggains
Offensive Coordinator

Biography

Dowell Loggains is in his sixth season as a Titans coach and first full season as offensive coordinator.  He was promoted to offensive coordinator on Nov. 26, 2012 after spending two-and-a-half seasons as quarterbacks/passing game coach.

Loggains has worked with several successful NFL coordinators during his time in the NFL, including Sean Payton, Norm Chow, Mike Heimerdinger and Chris Palmer. These diverse influences will be evident in an offense that will employ elements of all of these mentors.

Dowell Loggains is in his sixth season as a Titans coach and first full season as offensive coordinator.  He was promoted to offensive coordinator on Nov. 26, 2012 after spending two-and-a-half seasons as quarterbacks/passing game coach.

Loggains has worked with several successful NFL coordinators during his time in the NFL, including Sean Payton, Norm Chow, Mike Heimerdinger and Chris Palmer. These diverse influences will be evident in an offense that will employ elements of all of these mentors. 

Last year, he started the season as the quarterback coach but added the responsibility of offensive coordinator for the final five games of the season. It was his first time directing an offense and the team would win two of the final three games. Loggains guided Jake Locker in his first season as the Titans starter; and despite playing with an injured left shoulder, Locker improved his completion percentage over his rookie season and posted two 300-yard passing performances.

In 2011, his first season with quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, Loggains helped the veteran passer learn a new offense and record the third highest passing total of his career. Additionally, rookie Jake Locker looked polished in spot duty as he totaled four touchdowns and no interceptions during five games of action.

In 2010, despite the uncertainty at quarterback due to injuries, Kerry Collins posted the third-best passer rating of his career (82.2) and Vince Young registered the highest passer rating of his career (98.6).

For the previous two seasons (2008-09), Loggains was the quality control coach for the offense. He originally joined Tennessee as a coaching administrative assistant (2006 & 2007).

Prior to joining the Titans, Loggains spent the 2005 season as a scouting assistant with the Dallas Cowboys.  His duties included assisting with opponent film breakdown, self-scouting and statistical analysis to be used in game plan preparation.

A native of Newport, Ark., Loggains (10/1/80) graduated with a Bachelor of Science and master’s degree in education from the University of Arkansas.  He was a four-year letterman as a quarterback and holder for the Razorbacks from 2000-04, appearing in 50 games. Loggains was a two-year starter at quarterback for Abilene Cooper (Texas) High School.  He and his wife, Beth, have two daughters, Reese and Aven, and reside in Nashville.

Dowell Loggains Coaching Ledger:
2013: Offensive Coordinator, Tennessee Titans
2012: Offensive Coordinator, Tennessee Titans (final five games)
2010-12: Quarterbacks/Passing Game, Tennessee Titans
2008-09: Offensive Quality Control Coach, Tennessee Titans

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