ADP and Positional Ranking: Not Ranked
The Titans defense may have been effective last season, but it was not a high scoring fantasy defense, ranking only 16th overall. With streaming defenses being a popular fantasy strategy, along with Tennessee’s lackluster fantasy finish last season has deterred drafters from selecting the Titans defense in 2018.
However, there are some reasons for optimism in regards to the 2018 Titans defense. New DC Dean Pees has a long history of fielding top defenses with the Ravens, including the No. 2 fantasy defense in 2017. Furthermore, new additions like Malcolm Butler and Harold Landry should boost the interception and sack totals that generate fantasy points. For owners that do not typically value selecting a defense high in the draft, taking the Tennessee defense very late could pay dividends for next to nothing.