Ryan Tannehill, Logan Woodside, Cole McDonald
Ryan Tannehill was arguably a top 5 quarterback last season. Leading the NFL in passer rating and yards per attempt while placing third in completion percentage and 9th in Adjusted Quarterback Rating. Logan Woodside and rookie Cole McDonald will fight it out for the backup role during the offseason. McDonald brings a lot of upside due to the fact he is only 21 and has been putting up some eye-opening numbers at the University of Hawaii over the past three seasons.
Derrick Henry, Darrynton Evans, Khari Blasingame, Dalyn Dawkins, David Fluellen, Cameron Scarlett, Senorise Perry, Shaun Wilson
The Tennessee Titans have one of the best, if not the best Running Back core in the NFL. Having the NFL rushing leader should get an automatic A+.
Taylor Lewan, Rodger Saffold, Ben Jones, Nate Davis, Isaiah Wilson, Dennis Kelly, Ty Sambrailo, David Quessenberry, Avery Gennesy, Jamil Douglas, Daniel Munyer
The Titans O-Line was a shaky unit last season. On one hand, they gave up up the third-most sacks in the league last season. On the other hand, they helped block for Derrick henry who was the leagues leading rusher last season. This line is good at one thing and one thing only, run blocking. If the unit can step up in the pass pro category they would be an Elite group.
Jonnu Smith, Anthony Firkser, MyCole Pruitt, Cole Herdman, Tommy Hudson, Parker Hesse
Jonnu Smith has really broken out these past two seasons establishing himself as a reliable starting Tight End. Anthony Firkser has been a very reliable backup these past two seasons, having only one drop in 44 Targets since 2018. MyCole Pruitt has been just as reliable, recording zero drops on 19 targets since 2018. This group doesn’t have any “big names”, but they are just about as reliable as it gets.
Corey Davis, AJ Brown, Adam Humphries, Kalif Raymond, Trevion Thompson, Cody Hollister, Nick Westbrook, Kristian Wilkerson, Mason Kinsey, Rashard Davis, Cameron Batson
After the top three guys, there are a lot of unknowns. Davis is a former top 5 pick with amazing hands and a huge catch radius. AJ Brown is coming off a monster year and will be looking to build on his production from last season. Humphries is the reliable slot receiver that was injured a good portion of last season and will look to get more involved in the offense this year. Unless someone steps up big this season, the Titans receiving core is right at average or maybe a little above.