Friday, August 14, 2020

Tennessee Titans 2020 Fantasy Football Projections

In addition to viewing our 2020 Fantasy Football Projections by position, we will post our preseason projections per team.

Below you will find our 2020 fantasy football projections for the Tennessee Titans.

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Ryan Tannehill419.3276.73249.620.3410.0662.1270.12.48233.11
The NFL's Comeback Player of the Year, Tannehill led the NFL in Y/A (9.6) and passer rating (117.5) and scored the third-most fantasy points from Weeks 7-17 (his stretch as the team's starter). While he parlayed that into a new four-year contract to remain in Tennessee, fantasy owners should expect regression from his career-high TD% (7.7). Considering he threw it 22 times (or less) in six of his final 10 games counting the playoffs, low volume and lower efficiency levels should concern fantasy owners.
Logan Woodside24.415.1178.10.950.677210.1412.52


Derrick Henry290.41321.312.0522.9198.11.15231.14
While not much of a factor in the passing game, Henry gets force-fed the ball in Tennessee's run-first (and run-second) offense. Counting three playoff games, Henry rushed for 1,986 yards and 18 touchdowns over 18 games in 2019. From Week 10 on, the 250-pound bruising back eclipsed the 100-yard mark in seven of nine games. Perhaps a bit of a reach at the end of Round 1, the Titans drafted a 350-pound, road-grading right tackle (Isaiah Wilson) to fill the void of Jack Conklin's free-agent departure.
Darrynton Evans80.8351.52.2228.1227.60.8476.27
Evans provides a "lightning" complement to Henry's "thunder." The Appalachian State product was a back-to-back 1,000-yard rusher, posted a 4.41 forty at the NFL Scouting Combine and was named the Sun Belt Conference Offensive Player of the Year in 2019.
Dalyn Dawkins16.455.80.331.511.30.038.87
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A.J. Brown66.4946.26.644.735.30.19139.13
The most productive rookie receiver in 2019, Brown hauled in 52 catches for 1,051 yards (20.2 Y/R) and eight touchdowns and added 3/60/1 rushing as well. While the disappearing act in the playoffs (five catches on 10 targets over three games) was frustrating, Brown was at his best at the end of the regular season -- 111.1 YFS and a touchdown per game as the WR1 over the final six regular-season games. The only concern with Brown is that Tennessee is a run-first team with Derrick Henry and only the Ravens threw it less than the Titans in 2019.
Corey Davis41.5541.61.971.27.80.0166.82
The Titans did not pick up the fifth-year option for the former No. 5 overall pick and Davis enters the final year of his contract with career averages of 3.4 receptions and 44.5 yards per game. Outside of deep leagues, Tennessee's low-volume pass offense can only support one fantasy-relevant receiver and Brown is clearly the guy.
Adam Humphries44446.
While Humphries missed four games in his first season with the Titans, his targets (47) were cut by more than half compared to his final season with the Bucs (105, 2018). As noted with Davis, there simply isn't enough volume to go around to make Humphries relevant outside of the deepest PPR leagues.
Kalif Raymond12.4156.90.991.230.0121.99
Rashard Davis2.328.60.170003.88
Cameron Batson1.417.30.080002.21


Jonnu Smith43518.24.4100078.28
The season-ending injury to Delanie Walker in Week 7 opened the door for Smith to post career numbers -- 35 receptions and 517 scrimmage yards (439 receiving and 78 rushing). Atop the depth chart, Smith has top-12 upside (or better) at a relatively weak position.
Anthony Firkser21.6249.51.5100034.01
MyCole Pruitt10.4119.11.0400018.15

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