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Below you will find our 2022 fantasy football projections for the Tennessee Titans.
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Ryan Tannehill: As disappointing of a year as it was for Tannehill, he still finished as fantasy's QB12 in 2021. Tannehill posted three-year worsts in TD% (4.0), INT% (2.6), Y/A (7.0) and passer rating (89.6), but he rushed for seven scores for a second consecutive season. Especially with the Titans trading away A.J. Brown, Tannehill is better viewed as an upside QB2 than a back-end QB1.
Derrick Henry: Henry has never had 20 receptions in a season, but who cares? Of course, more involvement in the passing game is preferred (and he was more involved before last season's injury with 18 catches through eight games), but Henry has finished as a top-three fantasy running back in half-PPR formats in both 2019 and 2020. Even with his limited receiving role, he finished no worse than RB5 in full PPR formats in his past two full seasons. His dominance as a rusher (303/1,540/16 and 378/2,207/17, respectively) more than compensates for a relatively modest receiving role.
Through Week 8 last season, Henry rushed for 219/937/10, equivalent to a 465/1,991/21 full-season pace, and was fantasy's RB1 across all scoring formats. One could argue that missing the final nine regular-season games last year boosts his outlook for 2022 given the heavy workloads he has shouldered over the past few seasons.
Robert Woods: Woods missed the second half of the 2021 season with a torn ACL, but he had more than 1,000 scrimmage yards in each of the previous three seasons. Over those three most recent full seasons, Woods has finished as fantasy's WR13 (2020), WR17 (2019) and WR10 (2018), respectively. Now in Tennessee and recovering from an ACL tear, a top-20 finish may not be in the cards for Woods, but I think there's a good chance that he turns out to be undervalued compared to his current ADP.
Treylon Burks: While he's even drawn some pre-draft comparisons to A.J. Brown, Burks is obviously a downgrade from Tennessee's former stud receiver in the immediate term. While he's not yet a polished route-runner, Burks, who has said that he models his game after Deebo Samuel, has the versatility to make an impact in a variety of ways. Consistency may be elusive as a rookie, but Burks will certainly have a few big games in 2022.
Austin Hooper: Hooper's efficiency during two seasons as a Brown (9.3 Y/R, 6.0 Y/T and 64.3% catch rate) dropped considerably from his four years in Atlanta (10.5 Y/R, 8.1 Y/T and 77.3% catch rate). Not surprisingly, Hooper finished outside the top-20 fantasy tight ends in each of the past two seasons after a pair of top-10 fantasy seasons in 2018-19. Given that the Titans operate a run-heavy but still TE-friendly offense, Hooper offers some upside, especially for those in deeper TE-premium leagues.
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