Top PFF grades: Offense
-As Glennon points out, three of the top five spots were owned by offensive linemen. Last week, it was four. This shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, as the Titans are literally running teams over on their way to the AFC Championship Game, and a lot of that has to do with blocking, obviously. Tennessee’s offensive line also allowed just one sack and has permitted just two overall in the playoffs.
–MyCole Pruitt is utilized primarily as a blocker, although he did have one catch for 15 yards, which was the second-most receiving yards on the team. That was good enough to make him the highest-graded player on either side of the ball for the Titans in the Divisional Round game.
-Despite dominating on a weekly basis, we don’t normally see Derrick Henry make the top five for whatever reason, and it’s why I still don’t understand analytics. However, that wasn’t the case this week, as Henry finished as the fifth-best player on offense based on PFF’s grading system.