Titans snap count takeaways, top PFF grades from AFC Championship
Top PFF grades: Offense
Top PFF grades: Defense
-Four of the five highest-graded offensive players for the Titans were offensive linemen, which has been a trend of late. Despite that, Derrick Henry has his lowest rushing yard output since Week 9 (he didn’t play in Week 16).
-In particular, Rodger Saffold has come on really strong in the second half of the season and has earned every penny Tennessee paid him last offseason.
-The only non-offensive lineman to make the top five was Corey Davis. He led all Titans pass-catchers in both receptions (five) and receiving yards (65).
–Adoree’ Jackson comes in at No. 1 on defense. We didn’t hear his name a lot during the contest, which is a great sign for a cornerback. Jackson has really come into his own this season and was recently ranked as the No. 15 corner of 2019 by PFF.
–Kamalei Correa was one of the better defenders for Tennessee against Kansas City. His 10 tackles led the team, and he was responsible for one of the Titans’ two sacks in the game.
–Jurrell Casey was responsible for half of a sack and totaled 2.5 sacks in total during the playoffs (two versus the Ravens).