NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - When new offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains calls a play for the Tennessee offense, the Titans face much simpler decisions at the line of scrimmage.
It's all by design.
Loggains met with some of his fellow coaches during the offseason as he compiled his first playbook. He put in plenty of rushing plays with coach Mike Munchak wanting a run-oriented offense, but Loggains also streamlined options in the passing game to help the Titans play much faster.
Training camp has just begun, but the Titans like what they see so far.
Munchak says there's less ``gray area'' in a lot of the offense, which allows the Titans to play fast.
Loggains filled in last season after Munchak fired Chris Palmer with five games left and was promoted this offseason.

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