Tennessee Titans 2019 quarter-season awards: Who’s the MVP?
Offensive Rookie of the Year: A.J. Brown
There was a lot of hype for rookie wide receiver A.J. Brown coming into the season, but I’m not sure any of us could have imagined just how quickly he would be making an impact for the Titans.
Brown leads the team in receiving yards (233) and is tied in receiving touchdowns (two). He also has four plays of 20-plus yards, including three receptions that have gone for 40 or more. Two of those 40-plus plays were strictly the result of outstanding individual effort.
Not only have we seen Brown’s physicality on full display, we’ve also seen the big receiver flash his underrated wheels that not many people were talking about before the season started.
When you combine those two qualities, Brown is a big play waiting to happen whenever the ball is in his hands, and he brings an excitement to the wide receiver position that Titans fans have not had for quite some time, if ever.
Honorable mention: Nate Davis
There aren’t many Titans offensive rookies to choose from, so that’s a big reason why Davis gets the nod as an honorable mention even though he’s played just 40 snaps and one game this season. Davis was impressive in his debut in Week 4 and already proved to be a significant upgrade in pass protection over fellow guard, Jamil Douglas.