3. Zach Robinson, Rams QB coach
The Sean McVay coaching tree features some pretty good coaches and coordinators — on both sides of the ball — in the NFL. Brandon Staley was dismissed as the head coach of the Los Angeles Chargers but he earned his chops as McVay's defensive coordinator. Matt LaFleur is doing good for himself at the helm of the Green Bay Packers while Ejiro Evero could be on the shortlist of candidates for head coaching positions in the 2024 hiring cycle.
Mike LeFleur, who spent two underwhelming seasons with the New York Jets, has fared much better as McVay's right-hand man with the Rams. Teams in the look for a head coach whose expertise is on offense should have LeFleur on speed dial. Under LaFleur and McVay, rookie wide receiver Puka Nakua is on pace for a historic season. Matthew Stafford is playing like a top-10 quarterback, and Kyren Williams is one of the top non-Christian McCaffrey running backs in the NFL.
It wouldn't be shocking to see LeFleur leave in 2024, and if he does, quarterbacks coach Zac Robinson could get promoted. Then again, LeFleur could choose to stay, and if that's the case, the Jaguars should then consider poaching Robinson from their coaching staff.
As the passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach, Robinson guided Baker Mayfield in the win over the Los Angeles Rams. The pair didn't spend much time together but Mayfield responded well to Robinson's coaching. Perhaps Trevor Lawrence could also benefit from his tutelage.