Offensive Player of the Year: Corey Davis (2 votes)
With a number of talented playmakers on the Titans offense in 2018, any number of players could be deserving of the OPOY award. The wide variety of selections from our panel reflects that notion with five different players receiving nominations for the award.
Only Dobbins and Lombardi managed to come to an agreement for this award when they each tabbed second-year receiver Corey Davis to live up to his draft billing. Both expressed high hopes for Davis in 2017, with Lombardi comparing him to Titans great Derrick Mason and Dobbins anticipating top five numbers from Davis in 2018. No longer hampered by his hamstring injury, Davis has had an entire offseason to come into his own as a bonafide No. 1 receiver.
Elsewhere, our writers spread their votes around from bruising feature back Derrick Henry, to the reliable Delanie Walker, to Marcus Mariota in a make-or-break year, to the slippery, elusive Dion Lewis. The sheer number of viable candidates signals that the Titans field one of their deepest and most talented offenses and rosters in many seasons, which is a testament to Jon Robinson’s roster building after starting with almost nothing in his first year at the helm.
Also Received Votes: Delanie Walker (1), Marcus Mariota (1), Derrick Henry (1), Dion Lewis (1)