- Joined the Packers on Jan. 16, 2019.
- Has seven seasons of experience in the NFL as an offensive coordinator (Buffalo, 2013-14; Jacksonville, 2016-18; Green Bay, 2019-20) and 12 years of coaching experience in the league.
- Helped the Packers post just 24 giveaways over the past two seasons (2019-20), tied for the second fewest in league history over a two-year span behind only New England in 2016-17 (23). Green Bay's 19 zero-giveaway games from 2019-20 are tied for the most in league history over a two-season span with the 2010-11 Patriots.
- In 2020, helped the Packers rank No. 1 in the NFL in scoring (31.8 ppg), touchdowns (66), giveaways (franchise-record 11), zero-giveaway games (team-record 10), red-zone TD percentage (team-record 80.0) and time of possession (32:29) and No. 2 in third-down percentage (team-record 49.4).
- In 2017, helped guide the Jaguars to a No. 1 league ranking in rushing (141.4 ypg) for the first time in team history on their way to an appearance in the AFC Championship Game.
- In his first season as an NFL offensive coordinator in 2013, oversaw a Buffalo offense that ranked No. 2 in the NFL in rushing (144.2 ypg), the best average posted by the Bills since 1992.
- As offensive coordinator and tight ends/quarterbacks coach at Syracuse in 2012, helped the Orange set school single-season records for total offense (6,188 yards), yards per game (476.0), passing yards (3,757), TD passes (26), completions (295) and first downs (328).
- Began his coaching career at his alma mater, University of California, Davis, in 2003. Also spent three seasons at Stanford (2003-05) and four seasons as an NFL offensive quality control coach (Tampa Bay, 2006-07; Buffalo, 2008-09).