For a team where fantasy football standouts are few and far between, the Tennessee Titans all-time list actually stacks up well with other NFL teams.
There is no sugar coating how mediocre the Tennessee Titans offense has been throughout franchise history, since the move to Nashville.
If you take away the Houston Oilers (which I will for this article) you lose Warren Moon and the run-and-gun offense, which is really the most potent QB season and offensive output in franchise history.
Another thing that makes this so difficult for the Titans is their longevity. Compared to other teams, the Titans short 22-year history leaves them without the same volume as other teams. Funnily enough, only the Houston Texans have been around in their current iteration for fewer years than the Titans (if you ignore small changes like the Rams, Chargers and Raiders moving but keeping their names, uniforms, etc.)
Having “Tennessee Titans” is one big rule in this article and the other is that you can’t use a player twice. For example, you couldn’t use a player’s performance from one year and then just use the next year of that player’s career if you are at a position that is fielded multiple times on a fantasy football roster.
The format will be:
And we will use ESPN standard scoring (and this points calculator)
Let’s start with the most important position in real football, but not necessarily fantasy: Quarterback.