Monday, August 21, 2023

Tennessee Titans 2023 Fantasy Football Projections

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Below you will find our 2023 fantasy football projections for the Tennessee Titans.

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Ryan Tannehill485.1314.83565.519.8910.1966.22782.81246.46
Will Levis45.127.4320.21.691.2414.447.50.5825.32

Ryan Tannehill: Tannehill missed five games in 2022 and averaged fewer than 14 fantasy points per game for the season. Even though he was a fringe top-12 weekly quarterback in five of 12 games, he had only one 20-point performance (20.02, Week 11) all season. If the team (or Tannehill) struggles, it wouldn't be a surprise if the Titans transitioned to second-round pick Will Levis at some point during the season. If not, he may be undervalued for those in 2-QB or super flex formats.


Derrick Henry2731187.610.2433.2275.91.4232.79
Tyjae Spears81.8347.72.0520.9159.30.878.25
Hassan Haskins24.11000.549.466.10.326.35
Jonathan Ward13.

Derrick Henry: There are certainly concerns — age, cumulative career workload, the team's offensive issues, etc. Even so, Henry has led the NFL in rush attempts in three of the past four seasons (including 349 in 2022) and he's guaranteed a massive workload, as long as he remains healthy. He set a career high in receptions (33) in 2022, but he actually averaged more receptions per game in 2021 (2.3) than 2022 (2.1).

Of course, it would be preferred for Henry to be more involved as a receiver, but his relative lack of involvement in the passing game has been an over-emphasized reason to avoid Henry (at least in half-PPR formats). Here is where Henry has finished on a points-per-game basis in half-PPR scoring over the past four years (min. 8G played): third in 2022 (17.9), first in 2021 (23.0), third in 2020 (20.2) and second (tied) in 2019 (19.0), respectively.

Tyjae Spears: The Titans used a top-100 (81st overall) on Spears, who was extremely productive for Tulane. He's looked good this preseason, and he's a worthwhile stash/handcuff late in drafts.


DeAndre Hopkins83.3975.35.3000170.98
Treylon Burks57.37814.
Nick Westbrook-Ikhine30.8427.42.400072.54
Kyle Philips28.2308.91.700055.19
Chris Moore5.858.30.400011.13
Racey McMath2.231.10.20005.41

DeAndre Hopkins: Hopkins has missed a total of 15 games over the past two seasons due to either injury or suspension, and he joins the run-first Titans after being released by the Cardinals this offseason. In his nine games played last season, however, he averaged 10.7 targets per game and a 7.1/79.7/0.3 stat line.

Treylon Burks: Burks had a modest 33 catches for 444 yards and a touchdown in 11 games as a rookie last season. ESPN's Turron Davenport noted earlier this summer that Burks had a "noticeably leaner build" this year and he's "playing at a different speed from his rookie season." Odds of a breakout have declined more recently, however, after the Titans signed Hopkins and then Burks sprained his LCL, an injury that will sideline him a few weeks.


Chigoziem Okonkwo48.3569.
Trevon Wesco10.3108.80.700020.23
Josh Whyle7.475.80.500014.28
Kevin Rader3.636.90.20006.69

Chigoziem Okonkwo: Okonkwo finished second on the team in receiving yards last year to Robert Woods, who is no longer on the roster. The rookie ended the year with 32 receptions for 450 yards (14.1 Y/R) and three touchdowns. There is some breakout potential (albeit less following the DeAndre Hopkins signing) heading into the athletic (4.52 40-yard dash) tight end's second year. Among tight ends with 30-plus targets in 2022, Okonkwo led the position in YAC per reception (7.8) and yards per route run (2.61), per PFF stats.

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