Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator Terry Robiskie has a clear idea of the type of offense he intends to build around second-year quarterback Marcus Mariota and it's intense.
Robiskie, who was hired last week after eight seasons as wide receivers coach with the Atlanta Falcons, said he plans to bring a feisty mindset to the Tennessee offense.
As he takes over a Tennessee offense that finished 30th in the NFL last season, Robiskie said he's eager to begin working with Mariota.
Robiskie also noted his desire for a physical brand of football extends to Mariota as well.
But in order to be physical, Mariota has to be on the field. The quarterback was sacked 38 times in 2015 and missed four games with two sprained MCLs. Figuring out how to protect the Mariota will be one of Robiskie's top tasks heading into 2016.