Adam Humphries: As is the case with most pass-catchers on this offense, some of Humphries’ disappointing year has to do with a struggling passing attack. He was expected to be a big addition to this offense, however he has failed to leave his mark outside of a huge touchdown catch in Week 10, his only score of the season. The slot receiver hasn’t been the impact player on third downs the Titans were hoping for when they signed him to a four-year, $36 million contract, and he’s on pace to fall short of his career-high 816 receiving yards from 2018.
Cameron Wake: After a sensational start to his Titans career with 2.5 sacks in Week 1, Wake has been nearly non-existent. The veteran has dealt with an injury since then and his snaps are always limited, but he isn’t providing the kind of pass-rusher Tennessee needs opposite Harold Landry when he is in the game. Wake is on pace to finish with the lowest amount of sacks he has ever had in a single season.
Ryan Succop: You can really put all of the Titans’ 2019 kickers here, but Succop is just the latest to fail the team. Upon his return in Week 9, Succop missed three field goals, and in Week 10 he missed an extra point that luckily didn’t cost the Titans. Tennessee saw Cairo Santos fail them earlier in the season, and after Cody Parkey seemed to stabilize the position briefly, Succop has now reverted it back to a big question mark.