Offensive Player of the Year: A.J. Brown
The rookie nabs his second award on this list, as his invaluable contributions for the Titans in each of their wins this season are simply too much to ignore.
In Week 1, he totaled receiving 100 yards and helped create a spark for a stagnant Titans offense versus the Browns. In Week 4, he totaled 94 yards and two touchdowns to get Tennessee going against the Falcons. Brown was tied for the most receptions (six) and second-most receiving yards in the Week 7 win, and he scored the game-winning touchdown in Week 8.
He might not have the flashiest numbers every week, but he has consistently made a major impact when Tennessee is winning, or needed a big play to get there.
Honorable mention: Derrick Henry
Making a choice for this award was a tough one, as Henry is still in the midst of having a fine season in the last year of his rookie deal. Henry has scored six times in total, and is on pace to rush for over 1,100 yards.
Unfortunately, it’s a far cry from the absolute explosion we saw him have over the last four weeks of 2018, and he has struggled with catching passes out of the backfield and running behind a struggling offensive line that has helped him to a pedestrian 3.8 yards per carry overall.
If we’re looking for a constant for this Titans offense, Henry has been it, in spite of the issues.