Titans snap count takeaways, top PFF grades from AFC Championship

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For the final time this season, we’re going to go over the Tennessee Titans’ snap count takeaways and top Pro Football Focus grades from the AFC Championship loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.

The Tennessee Titans’ 2019 season ended in disappointing fashion on Sunday, as head coach Mike Vrabel’s team fell to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game, just one game short of the Super Bowl.

While the end result is definitely not what we wanted, you have to take a look at the big picture for this season and the future.

The Titans started out 2-4 and looked hopeless, yet were able to turn things around and make an improbable run to the AFC title game with two impressive upsets against the New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens in the playoffs.

Furthermore, the Titans now have a pair of stars on offense in running back Derrick Henry and wide receiver A.J. Brown, as well as what looks to be a solution at quarterback in Ryan Tannehill.

With a young core of players and a perfect mix of veterans, this franchise has some staying power and could be right back in this same situation next season if general manager Jon Robinson can make the right moves during the coming offseason.

Bottom line: there is a level of hope in Nashville that hasn’t been there for many years now and the fan base is rightfully excited.

Before we take a look ahead to the offseason, let’s take one last look back at the 2019 season by going over the snap count totals and top Pro Football Focus grades from the Titans’ season-ending loss to the Chiefs.

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