Raheem Morris is entering his 16th year of NFL coaching experience, while going into his fourth year with the Falcons – first year as the assistant head coach/offensive passing game coordinator. During Morris’ first year in Atlanta, he was named the Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Passing Game Coordinator, where he helped out with the secondary and how to stop the passing attacks of the opposing teams. The defense only allowed 19 passing touchdowns, which was tied for the third lowest total in the League that season. The defense also forced 15 interceptions in that season, which ranked within the top 10 in the League. These numbers gave the defense a 1.27 touchdown to interception ratio, which was the seventh-best TD/Int ratio in the NFL in 2015.