It was a humiliating loss and ended the head coaching career of Mike McCarthy in Green Bay, as he was sacked later that same night.
LaFleur was a quarterbacks coach in Washington and Atlanta in the National Football League, as well as at Notre Dame and has a great reputation as a good coach of quarterbacks.
LaFleur spent the 2017 season as the offensive coordinator for the Los Angeles Rams, but wasn't able to call plays - Rams head coach Sean McVay called plays for Los Angeles.
The Titans fielded the NFL's 25th-ranked offense in 2018. Though the team often was without quarterback Marcus Mariota, it narrowly missed the playoffs.
The Green Bay Packers head coaching search has been a monumental storyline once the team's season ending in disappointing fashion, and the organization appears to have found Mike McCarthy's successor.
It is being reported by multiple outlets LaFleur's only head coaching interview was with Green Bay. The job could be a match made in heaven if LaFleur can surround himself with the right coaches because it's clear the talent is already there for LaFleur to work with. Philbin is also highly respected by quarterback Aaron Rodgers and several other important veterans inside the Packers locker room.
LaFleur's younger brother, Mike, serves as the 49ers' wide receivers coach and passing game coordinator.