After the team decided to part ways with Mike Mularkey after feeling that the team had reached its ceiling under him, the Titans ultimately decided that Mike Vrabel was the guy capable of taking the team to the next level.
It’s safe to say the team resoundingly accomplished that goal with their head coach.
The Titans have never had a losing record under Vrabel, making the playoffs in each of the last three seasons, including two division championships and one trip to the AFC championship.
Also, barring something dramatic happening, Tennessee is currently well on track to accomplish its third consecutive division championship in as many years.
Obviously, the next step for this franchise is to find a way to not only get to the Super Bowl, but to make sure they’re the team that’s hoisting the Lombardi Trophy at the end of it.
Vrabel and Co. may not have accomplished that as of yet, but it’s a pretty safe assumption that this Titans fanbase fully believes in Vrabel’s capabilities as a coach to finish the job someday in the hopefully not-too-distant future.
In total, the 2021 AP Coach of the Year recipient has an overall record of 50-30 (including playoffs) since he arrived in Nashville back in 2018 and sports the highest winning percentage of any head coach in franchise history.
If there’s one thing this fanbase should absolutely be thankful for in 2022, it should be for the unforeseen stability, success, and leadership that Vrabel has brought to this once-mediocre franchise that desperately needed his help.